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Choosing the Best Moisturizer for Your Skin Type

Fifty-four percent of Americans admit they do not find time for self-love and self-care. Luckily, there are small things you can offer to your clients to help them feel comfortable in their own skin. To start, you can encourage them to moisturize with a product suitable for their unique skin type. 

Moisturizing offers many aesthetic benefits, such as hiding blemishes, soothing sensitive skin, and slowing signs of aging. However, the rewards of moisturizing go beyond the surface. It is important to remember that our skin is the body’s largest organ therefore, we must care for it just like any other organ in our body. Moisturizing promotes better skin health, works to prevent skin cancer, stimulates blood circulation, and encourages new skin cell generation.

These benefits are only possible, though, if your clients use the right moisturizer. Before you can suggest the proper product, you must identify your client’s skin type. Skin types range from dry to normal to oily. For those with dry skin, ointments or cream products like our Oasis Skin by PowerPeel® Deep Moisturizer are thicker and better at remedying rough, flaky skin while restoring the skin’s moisture barrier. Although people with normal skin primarily struggle seasonally so a light, cream-based moisturizer, such as the Oasis Skin by PowerPeel® Sheer Moisturizer, is a great addition to any normal-type skincare routine. 

No matter what your client’s skin type is, emphasizing the importance of moisturizing is crucial, especially during the long winter months. Between the cold, dry air outside and the spike in handwashing as cold and flu season approaches, our skin requires extra care to stay healthy and hydrated. That being said, moisturizing products are beneficial all year round. By introducing your clients now to the right moisturizers, such as those found in our Oasis Skin by PowerPeel® skin care line, they can develop a routine that supports their skin through every season. 

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