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Moisturisers And Its Benefits

Do you moisturise your skin regularly? Skin experts and dermatologists suggest moisturisation as a regular skincare routine to improve hydration. Some people consider moisturiser as an essential component. A perfect moisturiser can make the skin appear soft and supple. So understanding further about moisturiser and its benefits will allow you to choose an ideal product for your skincare routine.

What are Moisturisers?

A moisturiser is a chemical product used on the skin to hydrate the deepest layers of the skin, including the dermis and epidermis. Before selecting a moisturiser, it is necessary to understand your skin type. They protect the external layer of the skin from damages that occurs due to dryness and pollution. 

Types of Moisturisers

Depending upon the type of skin, you have to choose a moisturiser. For example, if you have dry skin, then the moisturiser you are using should hydrate the skin and provide natural nutrients for brightening the skin. Similarly, when you have oily skin, the moisturiser you are using will have less hydrate content to avoid greasiness on the skin. So there are three forms of moisturisers available, including the normal ones, gel and water-based. You can choose a suitable product based on your skin type.

Why use them?

Moisturisers are used to balance the moisture levels of the skin and reduce the appearance of blemishes. They reduce the occurrence of certain skin problems like acne. They help your skin stay young with a healthy sheen. They are also used in fighting the signs of ageing, including wrinkles. So when you have a hot shower or any shower, use a moisturiser to prevent skin dryness. 

How to use them?

Moisturisers can be applied any time of the day. But before applying the moisturiser, wash the skin using a gentle cleanser for removing the impurities. For an efficient skincare routine, practice the CTM routine ( Cleansing, Toning, and Moisturising). Practising the CTM routine both in the morning and evening can improve your skin’s health. Take some moisturiser and apply to different parts of the face and gently massage them until they are absorbed into the skin. Wait for 15 minutes before using any other makeup or going outside. It is necessary to maintain the quality of the skin, and hence there are certain moisturisers available in the form of night cream that will make your skin more enriched with nutrients. Use such products before sleep. 

How to choose a moisturiser?

When choosing a moisturiser, make sure that it has necessary components like occlusives, humectants, and emollients. 

Occlusives contain more mineral oil, petroleum, and dimethicone. 

Emollients are made up of natural oils, ceramides, and fatty acids.

Similarly, humectants are made up of urea, glycerin, and alpha hydroxy acid. 

When you have dry skin, you need a moisturiser that has more emollients and occlusives. While occlusives moisturise the skin, emollients can seal the natural moisture content within your skin. Similarly, if you try to use a moisturiser for oily skin, go for water-based humectants and emollients. Again depending upon your skin type, choose a moisturiser that will balance your chemical level and make your skin feel supple and alive. 

Among the multiple products available in the market, only very few will suit your requirements. Certain moisturisers can be comedogenic and affect the skin. So choose wisely and enjoy a healthy skin glow. 

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