I have long known that moisturisers can help dry skin.
I just had to know which ones worked for me.
I had already found some moisturisers that I really liked, and when I was browsing the internet, I stumbled upon Medico Beauty.
Their moisturiser is one of my favourite products, and it’s just as easy to use as the others I’ve tried, even though they are slightly different.
Medico Beauty’s moisturiser comes in three different varieties, each with its own unique scent.
One of the most common ones is the “dry” moisturiser, which is a blend of glycerin and coconut oil.
Its moisturiser doesn’t leave your skin dry, which means it doesn’t dry you out.
It’s very effective, too, which may be why I like it so much.
Another moisturiser you may also find is the moisturiser with “soft” ingredients.
This moisturiser contains glycerine, a natural moisturiser that works to keep skin hydrated, as well as coconut oil and palm oil.
The moisturiser also has an alcohol, which helps soften and soften skin.
Medico’s moisturisers are also suitable for oily skin types, but there are also options for those who don’t have oily skin.
The skin-care line also offers several other moisturisers and skincare products.
There’s the “dry” version of Medico’s “softy”, which contains hyaluronic acid, a powerful moisturiser that helps to keep dry skin hydrate.
It’s also suitable as a treatment for dry, peeling skin.
The “moisturiser” version is similar to Medico, but contains glycolic acid and a hyaluronan ingredient, which helps to moisturise and tone skin.
It also contains a vitamin C serum.
The moisturising “soft”, and the hyaluran-containing “moister” version are also popular with people with oily skin, though you may want to experiment a bit before using one.
Finally, the “scent-free” version contains vitamin E and glycerins.
These ingredients have been shown to help with skin texture and texture-matting.
There are a few moisturisers I would recommend to those who prefer a more “softened” product: Coconut oil-based moisturisers, Citrus oil-containing moisturisers or Cucumber-based, which are both gentle, non-greasy moisturisers.
In my opinion, the best moisturiser for oily or dry skin is the Medio Beauty Moisturising Moister, but you may need to experiment to find the one that works for you.
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