5 Non-Comedogenic Moisturizers You Need for Dry Skin This Winter
It’s almost that time of year when our skin is both dry from the cold temperatures outside, yet still breakout-prone (life’s funny like that, isn’t it?). You know what they say: Winter is coming. One solution for this confused skin-care state that we’re about to enter is a good, non-comedogenic moisturizer designed to take on skin that’s been beat up from the harsh winter elements. For a face cream that’s both rich enough to battle dry and flaky skin, but also won’t clog your pores, we have just the thing. Read on to check out a few of our favorite non-comedogenic moisturizers to use in the winter.
Stressed winter skin needs a moisturizer that’s rich in nutrients, like this face cream with vitamins E and B5. It provides skin with 24 hours of hydration and is dermatologist-tested to be safe for sensitive and acne-prone skin. An added bonus, it contains SPF 30!
This moisturizer feels lightweight on the skin but doesn’t skimp on hydration. It works to replenish your skin’s moisture and protect its natural barrier — two must-haves for winter. The oil-free formula also has a unique prebiotic action on the skin microbiome to promote a healthy looking complexion.
This face cream is a classic for a reason. The formula is unmatched when it comes to providing rich hydration and being safe for irritated skin types like those with eczema and psoriasis. Thanks to hyaluronic acid and ceramides in the cream, it reinforces the skin’s barrier with every use.
Those with mature skin, whether they have a dry, sensitive, oily or combination complexion, can benefit from this anti-aging treatment cream. It’s non-comedogenic and features ceramides and fatty acids to nourish skin while improving texture, elasticity and overall radiance.
If you hate the feeling of a heavy cream on your face but still need the extra hydration, this fast-absorbing, non-greasy moisturizer is for you. It has a clean formula and contains probiotics and other skin-loving ingredients to promote a healthy-complexion and save dry-yet-breakout-prone skin.
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