I focused on creams and moisturizers that are affordable and can be purchased in the drugstore as well as some more expensive selections for anti-aging and firmness.
Take a look at my picks below and watch my segment at the end of the post.
Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisture, $10, a lightweight moisturizer with or without SPF. I like it because it’s non-comedogenic and won’t cause breakouts.
Rapid Tone Repair, $19.99, a hydrating cream with Vitamin C. It’s known to reduce the appearance of dark spots and blemishes.
Olay Ultra Moisture Body Wash, $3.99, this is perfection. It smooths the driest parts of the body for 24 hours.
Aussie Miraculously Smooth, $3.25 a rich shampoo and conditioner. Did you know that the cold, brisk air causes static? This Aussie duo is known to reduce frizz and keep in your mane in place.
L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Triple Power Deep-Acting Moisturizer, $24.99, an ideal regimen to combat dry skin and aging.
ARTISTRY Crème LuXury, $340, though more expensive I personally abide by this anti-aging cream. It has an exclusive technology that contains cardiolipin which helps ensure maximum absorption of the ingredients found in the cream.
Clinique’s Moisture Surge Overnight Mask, $32, a creamy, penetrating night mask that helps skin replenish lost moisture, build. It goes on as a rich lotion versus a traditional mask. Great for all skin types.
Peter Thomas Roth Camu Camu Vitamin C Brightening Moisturizer, $72, contains Amazonian Camu Camu berry, which has 30 times the vitamin C of an orange. Helping to increase collagen, brighten, smooth, firm, and improve the appearance of uneven skin tone, fine lines, and wrinkles.
SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel Moisture, $70, an enhancing gel enriched with vitamin B5 to help tissue repair. It can be applied to various parts of the body such as the lips, knees, elbows, hands, and even the face!
Watch the segment below.
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