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Beauty Tip

How to Find the Best Beauty Cream for Your Skin

Hair color, eyebrow thickness, the depth of our nails, skin type… No two people are the same, and as a result there’s a whole world of skincare products out there. Beauty cream is no exception, but luckily there’s an array of skin care products out there, making it more likely that you’ll find the beauty cream, or creams, which most suit your skin.

Best Beauty Cream for Your Skin

Here’s how you can find the right one(s) for you:

Decide where and when you’ll use it

Beauty creams have advanced tremendously over the years, and there are now creams designed for various parts of your body, to be used at different times of the day or night. Take regenerist night cream; it’s designed to moisturize the skin on your face while you sleep, allowing you to wake up with well-hydrated skin. Fine lines and wrinkles are likely to lose their upper hand after you’ve used this product for a little while, providing a much easier way to get wrinkle-free than Botox!

There are also beauty creams that you can use for daily cleansing to remove dead skin cells from your face, and for protecting your skin from the sun. In terms of where they work, there are all-purpose moisturizers, some with sun protection factor (SPF) to protect against the sun’s harmful rays, under-eye creams, and even cream designed to firm the skin on your neck. For men, there are creams to replenish your skin after shaving. All you have to do is figure out which of these useful products is right for you!

Identify your skin type

First, establish your skin type. Is it oily, dry, sensitive, sun-damaged or a combination of these? The amount and type of care you give your skin depends on this, so take the time to give your skin a proper skin test.

To help identify your skin type, wash and dry your face and pat various areas of your skin with rice paper. If the paper sticks, your skin is on the oily side. If it doesn’t, it’s naturally quite dry. You’ll know from experience if your skin is sensitive or sun-damaged, as sensitive skin is more likely to break out in a rash and repeated tanning and burning from the sun will result in sun-damaged skin.

Discern problem areas

Next, decide what areas of your face are having all the skin issues. The T-zone —the forehead, nose, and chin — is a common area for the overproduction of oil (and the one we all dread having problems with), if you have oily skin. Perhaps you feel the area under your eyes would benefit from a boost. Sun-damaged skin feels tight, especially around the jaw, so if this is the case you’ll want a cream that targets this area and this type of skin.

Read reviews

Finally, read product reviews. Reading reviews by people who have tried the creams will give you an idea of whether or not it will work for your particular skin. For instance, some people find certain moisturizers to be too rich, and that they actually clog their pores instead of simply hydrating them. Finding out as much about the product before you actually buy it will only help you find the one that’s right for you.

Patience is a virtue. Take some time to do a little research and you’re more likely to find the beauty cream that’s right for your skin. Remember that we have to face people every day, so why just slap on a product without giving it any real thought? First impressions last, and whether you’re interacting with someone for business or pleasure, you don’t want lousy skin to steal all the show, do you? Look after your skin and life might just look after you.

Philippa Epstein is a makeup artist and enthusiast of innovation in beauty. She loves trying out new combinations of colors. In her spare time she likes to switch lip pencils for water paints.


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