When it comes to skin care for summer, gel moisturizers have become popular among both the men and women of the U.S. It’s not unusual for some people to want to try a moisturizer for the first time.
If you have dry skin, for example, you may want to use a moisturizing gel to help hydrate the skin.
Or, if you’re a bit oily or sensitive, you might want to start out with a moisturizers.
The benefits of using gel moisturizing creams are two-fold: They provide a moisturized, non-comedogenic skin texture and moisturize, while minimizing the appearance of a dry or damaged skin.
So, how do you find the right gel moisturization cream for your skin?
To find out, let’s take a look at some of the gel moisturized creams available on the market.
Elemis Gel Moisturizer Elemiss Gel Moismurizer (Nestle, $22.95) The first gel moisturiser that I bought for my skin was this one.
This is a great gel moisturzer.
It doesn’t make my skin look overly dry and it doesn’t leave me looking like a sponge.
But, this gel moisturize is just as good as the ones on the store shelves, and it’s available for less than $20 at Target.
Aqua Moisture Hydrating Gel Moister (Aqua, $21.00) I love this gel hydrating gel.
It feels soft and supple and doesn’t feel oily.
Oily Skin Skin Cream (Cucumber, $19.99) The skin cream that I tried the most out of all of the other gel moisturizations I tried is the Oily Skin Cream.
It moisturizes the skin without clogging pores and leaving it looking smooth.
Elastin Cream (Tarte, $18.99, $27.99 each) I’ve found that I can use this gel in combination with other moisturizers, which makes it a good option for a dry skin person looking to get a more even coverage of the skin for their skin care routine.
Sun Protection Mask (Pamela Geller, $20.00, $25.00 each) The mask for the sun protection is a very nice option for someone who has a dry and/or oily skin.
I found it to be lightweight and comfortable, and the scent is a bit like a minty, minty aroma.
It also has a great scent for those who prefer a more floral scent.
Skin Lightening Serum (Bumble & Bee, $11.00 for two, $16.99 for six) I find that the Skin Lightening serum works well for both dry and oily skin types.
The formula is light and moisturizing, and I didn’t experience any irritation or breakouts.
Coconut Water Moisturing Cream – Coconut Water, $17.50 (or $20 for six in the US) For those with oily or dry skin.
This moisturizing cream contains coconut water, which has a good anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging properties.
Tarte’s Essential Oil (Beauty Blender, $10.00; $12.50 in Canada) Tempting for the price tag, this is an amazing oil-free moisturizer.
I love the way the Tarte Essential Oil smells and the way it absorbs into the skin, even if it’s a little drying.
Lemon Light (Macy’s, $15.00 or $25 for six or twelve in the U, $36.50 or $50 for twelve in Canada; $48 in US) I didn to like the smell of this moisturizer, but it has a lovely fragrance that makes me want to wear it for hours.
It works well to moisturize the skin and has a soft, comfortable texture.
Hydrating Sunscreen (Hoola Beauty, $8.99 or $15 for six months, $29.99 in the UK, $59.99 internationally) This moisturizing sunscreen is super easy to apply and has the right amount of SPF protection for oily and dry skin types, plus it has an excellent fragrance and scent.
It absorbs quickly and doesn,t leave my skin feeling oily.