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Choosing The Best Moisturizer For Your Skin

How Do I Know The Best Moisturizer For Me?

When it comes to selecting the perfect moisturizer for your skin, there’s an overwhelming amount of choices. With so many fancy ingredients, different textures, and finishes on offer – not to mention occlusivity levels – how do you even begin? We recommend starting at…

Main Purpose Of The Moisturizer

A moisturizer’s fundamental purpose is to hydrate and protect your skin from external elements that can cause dryness or irritation. An additional essential benefit of moisturizers is their ability to treat already irritated skin. Once you have assessed any existing issues with your complexion – such as dryness, fungal acne, or oily skin – it becomes easier to determine which ingredients will help optimize its condition, according to specialists.

Important Things To Point:

  1. The ultimate objective is to achieve equilibrium and harmony in your skin, so it can maintain itself with minimal outside aid. Skincare products like nourishing moisturizers are great tools in this pursuit; nonetheless, they should only be viewed as assists that help you reach the desired outcome.
  2. When you’re choosing a moisturizer or any other skincare item, your main considerations should be the product’s effectiveness at doing what it is supposed to do (e.g., moisturizing) and its potential for causing harm to your skin.
  3. Sometimes the simplest things in life can have a huge impact, and moisturizer is one of them. Whether it’s for your face or body—moisturizing regularly helps to keep skin hydrated, soft, supple, and glowing! 
  4. Trying to determine what your skin needs? Begin with a basic moisturizer that caters to your moisture level. If you find that there are additional cravings, then add them in – otherwise keep it simple and stick to hydration! No need for overly-complex routines when all you really require is some good old-fashioned nourishment.

While there is no doubt that ingredients are essential, it’s not always so cut and dry. Various elements contribute to the development of a product, from ingredient quality and formulation technology, to how the different components interact with each other to deliver optimum results on your skin. In essence, there is much more than what meets the eye when reading an item’s label! 100% PURE has an ingredient glossary to help you have sure of what you’re putting on your skin.

Thoroughly research to gain a deep understanding of the facts, allowing you to make an informed decision on what’s best for your skin and its health.

Furthermore, taking the time to research how a product may work for you allows you to be an ethical consumer. That’s great news not only for your skin but also for your wallet and the environment too! It’s truly a triple threat of positive results.

When selecting a moisturizer, it’s essential to examine the water and oil content for moisture, viscosity/occlusivity for locking in hydration, and all of its ingredients to ensure your skin stays safe. With this knowledge of what you need based on your individual skin condition and the concerns you wish to address, picking out the perfect moisturizer will be much more straightforward!

If your skin is feeling a bit lackluster lately, let us help you get started on the right foot! 

Here’s a quick guide to determine what products are best suited for your particular needs:

Dry Skin

If you experience dry skin, it is likely because of a lack of oil production in your skin. To combat this issue and prevent moisture from evaporating away, try incorporating heavier oil-based moisturizers into your routine. A good product for that matter is the Watermelon Cucumber Water Locking Serum from 100% PURE.

If that sounds like too much for everyday use or if the problem only arises at certain times throughout the year, opting for an added facial oil may be a more suitable solution!

Dehydrated Skin

When your skin is dehydrated, it lacks the proper water content and indicates a damaged moisture barrier. Trans-Epidermal Water Loss (TEWL) occurs when hydration escapes your skin easily. Your skincare routine should include humectant ingredients to repair the barrier while avoiding over-cleansing and exfoliating which can further damage this already weakened state of affairs.


You’re already aware that your skin’s sebum serves a purpose. Oftentimes, an overabundance of it can be caused by too much cleansing and not providing ample moisture to the skin. If this is something that worries you, try out a lightweight gel moisturizer with stabilizing ingredients, like the Tea Tree Balancing Moisturizer!

Sensitive Skin

If you have sensitive skin, it is advisable to avoid any moisturizers with added fragrances, as this may lead to irritation. Instead, opt for a gentle and basic formula that contains calming ingredients like oat extract, niacinamide, honey, or rose water which will help soothe your skin while avoiding potential damage.

Fungal Acne-Prone

If you are struggling with fungal acne, be sure to avoid any moisturizers that contain oils and fatty acids such as Lauric, Palmitic, stearic, oleic or linoleic acid. Similarly, fermented ingredients like galactomyces should also be avoided. Instead, look for products with antifungal properties such as honey, propolis extract, green tea extract, and salicylic acid. One product you can try is the Green Tea EGCG Concentrate Cream.

As a hot tip: try not to over-moisturize your skin during the summer months; fungi thrive in humid environments, so this can contribute to their growth on the face unnecessarily!

To ensure that you have a complete understanding of what to seek out and what to avoid, we are providing some helpful information. It is essential not to forget that your skin can take care of itself when it is in optimal condition. The most beneficial thing for your complexion is refraining from inflicting any damage on it as much as possible! 

Before you make a hasty decision and shop for the best moisturizer, pause. Your skin’s top priority is to receive moisture; anything else your lotion supplies should be taken with caution. Listen carefully to what your complexion needs – don’t put it in jeopardy, just provide only the essentials that will alleviate its thirst!

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If you’re seeking extra guidance and advice on managing compromised skin barriers, we’ve got you covered! Read our blog post, and it will provide useful insider tips and ingredient recommendations. 

To learn more about how to combat oily and acne-prone skin, explore our posts about it: Discover 5 Components to Fight Acne and Best Face Moisturizer For Acne Prone Skin. These guides provide helpful advice as well as ingredient recommendations to help you get the best results!

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