Face Moisturizer Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

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Face Moisturizer Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

30 March 2017
 Categories: Business, Blog

If you have dry skin on your face or if you care about how your face looks, there is a good chance that you have invested in a moisturizer lotion or cream. This is especially important because it will allow you to maintain youthful skin as you get older. However, you might be making some mistakes with your cream or lotion that is causing it to not be as effective as it otherwise could be. Here are some ways to avoid those common facial moisturizer mistakes.

1. You're Waiting For Your Skin to Dry

The first mistake that you might be making is that you are waiting for the skin of your face to dry before applying the moisturizer cream. The reason why this is a problem is because when your face is wet, it has moisture that you could potentially lock in. Moisturizing creams are there to lock in moisture and make sure that your skin remains hydrated, not necessarily provide all of the moisture themselves. By locking in the moisture right after you wash your face or get out of the shower, you can ensure that your moisturizing cream is providing the maximum amount of hydration to your face.

2. You're Missing Your Neck

If you apply moisturizer to your face and not to you neck, you might emerge from young adulthood with great skin but a wrinkly neck. To avoid this, be sure that you are applying moisturizer on your neck, as well as on the top of your chest. This will help you slow down the aging process on your neck and chest.

3. You're Not Applying Moisturizer When Your Face Is Oily

Finally, if you're not applying moisturizer when your face is oily, you are potentially encouraging your face to produce more oils. Your skin can sense when it is dry and will make more oils to compensate. This can cause you to breakout and have skin that is not as attractive as you would prefer. By applying moisturizer, you can reassure your skin that it doesn't need to produce more oils and therefore reduce the amount of breakouts that you experience. Apply moisturizer after you exfoliate to keep your oil production down to a minimum.

For more information, talk to a company that specializes in organic lotion, such as Sedona Skin. This could help you cut out on breakouts as well because you won't be putting chemicals into your pores.