Your skin changes every day, especially during the winter; though you may think that you don’t need to do anything special, little do you know your skin is more sensitive during cold weather.
Due to the low humidity indoors and outdoors, your skin barely retains moisture during the winter. If you’ve been having difficulty getting your skin to feel good in the cold, check out this list below for the best face creams.
According to Sephora and Ulta Beauty reviewers, these creams are the best in the game!
The Ultra Repair Cream is best for dry and sensitive skin. The rich moisturizer includes oatmeal and absorbs into the skin quickly. The cream reduces wrinkles and redness. It also helps with eczema.
Drunk’s Elephant Protini Polypeptide cream is helpful for dry and uneven textured skin. The cream also has anti-aging components, especially for skin with a loss of firmness. Peptides are great for the skin as they contain protein which stimulates your skin to make collagen. The more collagen, the better!
Kiehl’s Ultra moisturizing cream with squalane is amazing. Squalane is a molecule derived from sugarcane found in plants and animals. Squalane is hard to come across and is most likely the ingredient that gives your skin an extra glow. It also supports and nourishes the skin’s moisture barrier. The 24-hour lightweight moisturizer is best for dry and combination skin.
Another peptide-infused cream, the Skinfix Barrier+ Triple Lipid Peptide face cream, won Allure’s 2019 Best of Beauty Award. The cream is super moisturizing and has active lipids, peptides, and hyaluronic acid, which hydrates and plumps the skin.
The Farmacy Honey Halo Ulta-Hydrating ceramide moisturizer is proven to plump and improve the appearance of dry and distressed skin. Honey is one the best ingredients for dry skin as the antibacterial product helps with oily and dry skin keeping the skin perfect.
The It Cosmetics Confidence anti-aging cream is helpful for all skin types, no matter the season, with niacinamide to help improve wrinkles and fine lines, squalane to hydrate, and peptides to improve tightness.
Though Clinique’s Moisture Surge may be expensive, it is all worth the hype. The hydrating cream has hyaluronic acid and vitamin C. The cream is gel-based making it perfect for all skin types.