May 08, 2012
What is the best face cream for dry skin? I need something that isn't too oily and have the ability to apply it under makeup.
I really love this new cream I'm using from Bioderm called Hydrabio Riche. It goes on matte but it moisturizes extremely well. No residue or visible layer at all, so it's perfect under makeup. I got because I do have dry skin, but it tends to get oilier in the summer. It doesn't have SPF in it though. Another good one if you like the gel-to-cream moisturizers is the Garnier Moisture Rescue Gel. It sinks into skin fast and doesn't leave a residue. Good luck!!
May 09, 2012
try Mark, "for goodness face" Its spf, not too oily and it has natural extracts like blueberry and chocolate to help keep your skin feeling and looking great.
I have dry skin but don't use any face creams. I moisturize using pure Shea butter! I take a small chunk, spread it out with my hands and massage it into my skin after I wash my face. It leaves my skin buttery soft and smooth and it doesn't irritate my really sensitive skin. Plus it makes a great base for makeup! Even when I decide to skip the primer my foundation and blush just glides right over it!
May 10, 2012
There is this really cool skin moisteriser sented coco butter.that works really well on you skin! and it does not irritate my skin and when i put on my foundation and blush it makes it stick more so you all should try it!
Pond's Dry Skin Cream with the blue cover... I luv this. I have dry skin and i cannot leave the house without puttin it on. Works well, plus its only like $5 almost everywhere. Good luck in ur search^_^
Murad Hydro-Dynamic moisturizing is amazing for dry skin. It locks in moisture for 8 hours and works well with Murad Perfecting Serum, which seals in the moisture, smoothes skin and is a excellent makeup primer! Hope you try it, they are amazing products =)
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