Which Do You Need — Moisturizers or Hydrators?
If your skin is chronically dry and presents as flaky, chapped, and/or dull, you likely need a moisturizer. Thick, emollient (high in oil content) moisturizers will help seal your skin to prevent the loss of water. Though traditional petroleum jelly or Aquaphor are often recommended to combat dryness, petroleum-based products are comedogenic, meaning they clog the pores and often lead to acne breakouts. Instead, try other non-comedogenic oils like jojoba, which closely resembles your skin’s natural sebum.
• For dryness, use Heavenly Sixteen All-In-One Face Oil to moisturize the skin. It is filled with a restorative blend of 16 non-comedogenic, vegan oils to deeply condition, plump, and boost your skin's elasticity. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants, to deliver an instant infusion of moisture and radiance for healthy-looking, glowing skin.
If your skin is seasonally dry or you haven’t been meeting proper water intake levels, you likely need a hydrator to attract and retain moisture. Dehydrated skin looks similar to dry skin, but is usually temporary due to circumstances and does not persist year-round.
• For dehydrated skin, use Jet Lag Mask and Dream Oasis Deep Hydration Serum. They both contain glycerin and hyaluronic acid to draw in hydration and leave skin looking and feeling plump and bouncy. These humectants also act as a protective shield around the skin barrier to combat environmental stressors like pollution and other irritants. After cleansing, apply Dream Oasis as an initial layer of hydration, then top with Jet Lag Mask for an extra shot of moisture.