2. If you’re prone to acne, then look for moisturizers labeled “non-comedogenic,” which means they won’t clog pores.
3. For normal to oily skin, choose a non-greasy, water-based moisturizer with silicone-derived ingredients, such as dimethicone.
4. For dry to very dry skin, try heavier oil-based products made with mineral oil, glycerin. or hyaluronic acid.
5. Be flexible. Realize that many factors affect your skin, including weather, hormones, medications, and age, so if your moisturizer doesn’t seem to be working, consider trying a different one.
6. Save your money. You don’t have to buy expensive designer facial moisturizers.
And, remember, always apply facial moisturizer to still-damp skin after cleansing and allow to set for several minutes before applying make-up.