Best Moisturizers For Each Skin Type + How To Apply Moisturizer!

Best Moisturizers For Each Skin Type + How To Apply Moisturizer!


Hello, assalamualaikum Welcome back to my channel For those who don’t know me, my name is Maisarah Mahmud For today’s topic, I would like to talk about How To Choose The Right Moisturiser For oily, dry and combination skin types Before I talk about the types of moisturisers, I want to explain why moisturiser is important Moisturiser is important in retaining moisture in our skin especially after washing our face As I always say, moisturiser locks all the hydration I would show the steps to properly hydrate and moisturise our skin at the end of this video If you guys notice, there is a lot of different types of moisturisers Like the ones you can get from drugstores and those available online For examples, moisturisers can come in : please refer to the side note If you guys notice, some moisturisers are made specifically for a certain skin type For example, Neutrogena moisturiser is for combination skin And Simple Oil Balancing moisturiser is for oily skin So how do we know which moisturiser is suitable for our skin type? What I’m going to share with you guys are just guidelines You guys should take them with a grain of salt Because when I did my research on how to choose the right moisturiser, They(the websites) only give general guidelines as in you don’t exactly have to use the stated products There’s a possibility that you have oily skin but you might prefer using lotions, milk or cream-based moisturisers So you don’t necessarily need to follow the guidelines Because our skin responds differently towards certain moisturisers So, the first skin type is dry skin type This is one of my favourites because I myself have dry skin type If you guys read about the general guidelines in choosing a moisturiser for dry skin type, They will tell you guys to pick a heavier or cream-based moisturiser One example of moisturisers that you can get from drugstores for dry skin type is the Hada Labo Hydrating Light Cream This one is the trial-size version, it does come in bigger size which is pink in colour The bigger one also has the same name which is Hada Labo Hydrating Light Cream The texture of Hada Labo Hydrating Light Cream is not that thick It’s not exactly cream So you can use it even if you have oily skin So you don’t necessarily have to follow the guidelines If you guys prefer using it, just keep using it even if you have oily skin Another example of moisturisers that you can get from drugstores for dry skin is Palmer’s Moisturising Day Cream which is the one I’m holding right now This one really has a creamy texture, you guys can take a look for yourself Look at this It is exactly cream So it is kinda thick Another moisturiser that you can get from the drugstores for dry skin type is Lost and Found Ceramide(the green one) If you guys ask about myself, I don’t really use a lot of drugstore products Because I prefer using Korean skincare routines and products Example of moisturiser for dry skin type that is available at Sephora is Dr. Jart Ceramidin It is kinda expensive at around RM 120-140 So I would recommend you guys to try using drugstore products first and see if it works for you Because it’s not necessary to splurge on this kind of product when you are just starting out This is how Dr. Jart Ceramidin texture looks like It is cream-based so it is suitable for dry skin type So my two favourite moisturisers for dry skin which I think you guys know Are Cerave and Ceradan These two are my favourites when it comes to moisturisers for dry skin type I wanna show you guys the difference in texture between Cerave and Ceradan Ceradan is the left one Ceradan is really thick so it is suitable for dry skin type The one on the right is Cerave Cerave is less thick and looks like lotion Next, we will move on to moisturisers for oily skin type When I read about the general guidelines for oily skin type, It is preferable to use water-based, gel-based or lightweight moisturiser Because you might not feel comfortable wearing cream-based moisturiser For example, your face might look greasy and you would feel uncomfortable And feel like it’s coating your skin If you use cream-based moisturiser when you have oily skin To be really honest with you guys, I don’t have a lot of moisturisers for oily skin type Because I have combination skin but mine leans more towards dry skin type So I prefer using heavier, cream-based moisturisers I don’t like lightweight and gel-based because they are not to my taste Example of moisturiser for oily skin type that you can get from drugstores is Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Or Simple Oil Balancing moisturiser The only moisturiser that I have for oily skin is Hada Labo Hydrating Water Gel This one is really small(trial-size) This is the texture of Hada Labo Hydrating Water Gel which is gel-based So oily skin can benefit from it Because it is not heavy and you wouldn’t feel like it’s coating your skin Ok, now comes the fun part Moisturisers for combination skin There are three types of combination skin One of them is the 50% oily and 50% dry The other one is more towards dry skin type The last one is more towards oily skin type For me, I have combination skin that leans more towards dry skin type So I would wear moisturisers for dry skin type That’s why I like heavier, cream-based moisturisers For people with combination skin, they might find it hard to choose because they have mixed dry and oily skin And they can’t possible wear water-based moisturiser on their T-Zone(oily part) and cream-based moisturiser on their cheeks(dry part) So for combination skin, I would recommend you guys to use moisturisers that are suitable for all skin types An example of moisturiser for all skin types is Rosken Skin Repair Sensitive Skin Cream which you can find at Guardian or Watsons Next is the Ordinary NMF + HA which is also my favourite for all skin types And this one which is also my favourite Klairs Rich Moist Soothing Cream These three moisturisers are suitable for all skin types Mostly, people in Malaysia have combination skin type And me being one, I’m not really keen on wearing two types of moisturisers on my face I would just wear one which is suitable for all skin types and lather it all around my face Can we wear two moisturisers at one time? It is okay as long as your skin can tolerate them even if you use two or three different moisturisers As long as your skin can adapt and tolerate their ingredients The texture of Klairs Rich Moist Soothing Cream which is this one Its texture is similar to light cream so it is suitable for all skin types Because it is not that heavy and is kinda similar to a lotion So oily, dry and combination skin types can benefit from this moisturiser Klairs Rich Moist Soothing Cream The texture of The Ordinary NMF + HA You guys have to buy it online because it is not available at drugstores So it is kinda hard to get The texture looks like this It is not that heavy as you can see So this moisturiser is suitable for all skin types So my next moisturiser is Rosken Skin Repair Sensitive Skin Cream Which is my favourite moisturiser I usually wear it in the morning So my face wouldn’t look that greasy And it wouldn’t take that much time to be absorbed like Ceradan People with combination skin type are usually advised to Wear a lightweight moisturiser in the morning And a heavier, cream-based moisturiser at night before you go to bed If you guys ask me how I wear this Rosken Sensitive Cream, I would just wear it like normal Please don’t run out(referring to the moisturiser), I’m still in the process of reviewing this product My rosken is already squashed So I wear it like this I just dab it on my face I like it because It is not as thick as Ceradan And it has a nice feeling to it It is a bit lightweight and almost like gel-based I usually put quite a lot on my face It’s not necessary actually(to wear that much) but I just like putting a lot Ok After that, we *continues with hand movements* I like wearing it during the day This is how I wear it So I wait for 2-3 minutes afterwards for it to be absorbed And I wear my sunscreen afterwards So I guess, that’s all for my today’s video I hope my video helps in showing you guys how to choose the right moisturiser for every skin type I hope I would see you guys in my next video, Bye Bye

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