Laura’s Best Face Moisturizer For Dry Skin
Check out what clean alternative Blogger Laura Jasmin is using to a conventional product and why!
A Little Bit About Me
I’ve been using ethical beauty products for the past 5 years. I prefer organic and natural ingredients that are cruelty free. I like products that have a neutral or unscented. If it’s rosewater or a facial toner mist I like the subtle floral and earthy scents with a few essential oil drops as well. I love essential oils. Most of the products I have include essential oils. The skincare products that I buy must be compatible with my dry skin type. I like the dewy natural glow that I get from nourish organic shea butter. It’s one of my favorite products. It’s an essential in my skincare routine.
Laura’s Concerns: What I Look For In a Face Moisturizer
To keep my facial skin feeling dewy I like to use moisturizers that are thick in consistency and that leave a natural glow.
I loved this Aveeno moisturizer; Now I love this Nourish Organic
I used to love the aveeno facial moisturizer but when I decided to go cruelty free with all skincare, haircare, and beauty products. I chose the nourish organics shea butter as a facial moisturizer. I was found it at Whole Foods and I liked how it was usda organic and cruelty free. At first I wasn’t a big fan of the thick texture since I was used to using the aveeno facial cream which was thin and creamy in texture. I used the nourish organics shea butter for a few more weeks and decided to give it a chance. After wearing it for a month I started to like how dewy my skin felt hours after I wore it. That’s what my dry skin needs, a natural scented facial moisturizer that leaves my skin feeling dewy. I then got the petit vour beauty box and I discovered a lot of new beauty products. My favorites to discover that was new to me was the facial mist toners and facial serums. I also discovered how to apply the shea butter so that it blends more easily on the skin. Before you apply the shea butter (a little goes a long way) you need to apply a facial mist toner and then a serum. After that it makes the shea butter easier to apply on facial skin. Since shea butter does have a thick consistency, if you apply it after you cleanse and dry your skin, it won’t be as easy to blend on the skin. That’s a pro tip I have, always use a facial mist toner and/or a facial serum before applying the shea butter. The dewy feel and glowy look last a few hours before it completely sinks into the skin. I recommend using organic shea butter for a daily facial moisturizer since it does have a lot of benefits and can help your skin look vibrant.