Fall’s Best Moisturizers For Every Skin Type
We don’t need to tell you what a crucial step moisturizing is in every skincare routine. No matter your skin type, this is a product you should be using everyday, twice a day, 24/7, 365. While usage certainly isn’t optional, especially if you’re concerned with aging, the type you choose to use can absolutely dictate how pleasant the experience is for you. Further, as the weather changes, so too do our moisturizers. Here are the best moisturizers for fall for every skin type, powerful enough get you through the current chill and beyond.
REN Vita-Mineral Daily Supplement Moisturising Cream ($38): Plain and simple, this formula will leave skin replenished. No tricks or gimmicks, just effectiveness.
Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief ($39): Although there are plenty of beneficial ingredients, the texture alone is enough reason to adore this moisturizer.
Colbert MD Heal & Soothe Night ($165): Rich and luxurious, this product also calms inflammation while reversing environmental damage.
Aesop Elemental Barrier Cream ($60): To be blunt, let’s just say your face won’t survive another polar vortex without it.
First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Face Moisturizer ($24): The best way to describe this product (actually, the whole brand) is all the good stuff without any of the bad stuff. In other words, it provides serious moisture without irritating synthetic fragrances, dyes, sulfates, etc.
CeraVe Facial Moisturizing Lotion ($11): Although not glamorous, there is a reason this formula is recommended time and time again by dermatologists. While it may look basic, it is actually a real powerhouse in terms of moisturizing and calming the skin without a hint of irritation.
Sunday Riley Juno Hydroactive Cellular Face Oil ($90): Balancing skin is no easy task, but this oil is a real superstar product. Massage it into drier areas like your cheeks, and then tap the leftovers onto oilier areas like your t-zone.
Jurlique Balancing Day Care Cream ($44): The key to using this moisturizer is to press, not rub, it into the skin after warming it on your fingertips. The application technique will really let it do its job! Bonus: It smells heavenly.
First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Oil-Free Mattifying Gel Moisturizer ($30): Many mattifying products are far too drying, but this multi-tasker is a real shining star (no pun intended) in terms of de-slicking and moisturizing.
Kiehl’s Since 1851 Ultra Facial Oil Free Gel Cream ($27): Sometimes personal preference isn’t to tone down the shine, but rather to not enhance it while moisturizing. This formula does just that.
Lancer The Method: Nourish Blemish Control ($125): Dealing with signs of aging and acne at the same time can feel like a true curse. This ultra-light formula won’t aggravate acne, yet it still delivers powerful wrinkle-fighting ingredients.
-Casey Sharbaugh is the blogger behind www.comfortablycasey.com