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A moisturizer is a product that can prevent transepidermal water loss (TEWL) from our skin. People with oily skin can already retain moisture from the natural oil their skin produces. As a result, they will require less of that ‘occlusive’ moisturizer. On the other hand, those with drier skin will need more of an occlusive moisturizer to lock in moisture that they can’t naturally retain due to a lack of oil production.
Why Is It So Important?
We all secrete sebum from our skin, which acts as our natural moisturizer, but we also require moisturizer to restore the natural water we lose.
We lose water from our bodies through evaporation, which can dry the skin if we don’t drink enough water.
A moisturizer’s primary role is to keep skin from drying out. Emollients in moisturizers operate as a wall on the skin, preventing excessive water loss through the skin’s surface. They can also act as an environmental wall.
When To Apply Moisturizer
Depending on your skin’s sensitivity, you can apply moisturizer in the morning, evening, or both—after washing your face and before it’s scorched or after treatment. If necessary, you can hydrate throughout the day! However, there are instances when you’ll want to assess whether your skin’s moisture has to increase any further.
- First thing in the morning: You shouldn’t skip the morning moisturizer just because you moisturized the night before. Cleansing and Moisturizing should be part of your morning and evening routines. There are certain exceptions, such as people with extremely oily skin. Even oily skin can benefit from a moisturizer!
- Late at night: Apply to your skin before bed so it may perform its magic while you sleep. Cleanse, treat, and moisturize at night (unless your skin is irritated, moisturize first, followed by any treatments). Your skin accomplishes most of its repair work while you sleep, so give it what it needs to do its job!
- In dry conditions: You may need to moisturize more frequently if you live in a cold, windy, or hot, dry area. The same can say for dry environments such as traveling or working in an office with heating or air conditioning.
- During breakout sessions: We may not consider keeping our skin hydrated when we break out. However, dry skin can aggravate acne flare-ups. Moisturizing soothes sensitive skin and reduces water loss.
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