7 Best Benefits of Face Moisturizer

7 Best Benefits of Face Moisturizer

Moisturizer is a part of your routine that you should never skip! Ensuring your skin is moisturized can help prevent the appearance of wrinkles, dull skin, and help reduce the appearance of scars and other blemishes. 

Moisturizing offers other benefits, not to mention it adds a relaxing aspect to your daily routine. 

Here at Nourishing Biologicals, we take pride in our products and the effects they can have on your skin. 

When you're looking for a moisturizer that will give you baby-soft skin, then you need a moisturizer that goes deep beneath the surface of the skin that will regenerate your body's line of defense against bacteria, viruses, and the environment. 

What Moisturizer Does To Your Skin

You've grown up watching your mom moisturize constantly, and you've been told by every skincare brand and makeup company that Moisturizing is a step that should not be skipped. 

Have you ever wondered why? What does Moisturizing do anyway?

Moisturizing hydrates your skin, can prevent it from drying out, create a barrier between your skin and the climate, and enhance your skin's capacity and ability to hold on to water. 

That's not all, though. It can aid in reducing the appearance of wrinkles and unwanted blemishes and scars. 

Benefits of Moisturizing 

As we said, moisturizing offers tons of benefits – let's talk more about them.

Slows Signs of Aging

Have you ever been told not to skip your neck while moisturizing your face or to always remember to moisturize your hands? 

That's because Moisturizing can show signs of aging, and you don't want a youthful face and body with hands and neck that don't match. It instantly looks younger when your skin is hydrated; you can even say glowing. 

Even if you're in your prime and feel wrinkles are years away, you should still prioritize your moisturizer. Moisturizing is prevention — so you can thank us later. 

Can Help Prevent Blemishes

Oily skin is a pain, but what if we told you your skin was oily because it wasn't moisturizer enough? 

That's right, when your skin isn't moisturized, it sends a message to the glands to produce more oil. These oils clog your pores and can cause breakouts. 

The natural oils will stay at bay when your skin is properly hydrated. Once you find a high-quality moisturizer, like our Miracular Nourishing Set, you may see a stop to your breakouts and blemish issues. 

Can Soothe Your Skin

Certain moisturizers and lotions can soothe irritated or itchy skin. Skin can get irritated easily, especially in these colder months. If you can dry, itchy, or swollen skin, opt for products that have soothing and nourishing ingredients. 

For instance, sea kelp is a powerful antioxidant that can aid in the hydration of the skin and promote cellular health.

Get Your Daily SPF In

Depending on what moisturizer you use, it may have SPF in it. SPF is vital and offers a shield that protects your delicate skin from the sun's harmful UV rays. 

Even if your go-to moisturizer doesn't have SPF, it's all good. You can use your moisturizer as a carrier lotion for your SPF. Take a dollop of moisturizer and a dollop of sunscreen and mix them. Apply to your skin as you normally would. 

Protects Skin

Moisturizers create a strong coating against your skin, and in return, protect it from harmful bacteria and allergens. Expect most moisturizers to have SPF 15, so you will have some protection from the sun as well. 

Prevents Oily Skin

Nobody likes oily skin, and keeping your skin moisturized will prevent your body from making unwanted oil. 

When your skin feels dry, it instantly sends a message to your oil production glands which tells them to start making your body's natural oil. Natural oils can be good, but if it is too much, it can cause clogged pores, blackheads, and breakouts — no fun. 

If you don't want oily skin, keep a good moisturizer in arms reach. 

Soothes and Restores Rough Patches 

Rough, itchy patches of skin are a pain and can make you feel not-so-hot. If you're ensuring your skin is moisturized and healthy, then you can kiss those rough patches goodbye!

Which Ingredients Are Optimal 

It can be hard to know which to buy from with many products and companies. You may think all moisturizers are the same, but we're here to tell you there are many differences between products. 

As well as key ingredients and ingredients you should steer clear of. 

Growth Repairs (EGF) 

EGF growth repairs offer cell repair and reproduction. When you use a product with this ingredient, you may see a difference in the tightness and firmness of your skin. 

Growth factors can promote cell repair through new and healthy skin production. 

Hydrolyzed Collagen

Hydrolyzed Collagen can offer superior rejuvenation to your skin. Collagen is a vital structural component for healthy and glowing skin. It’s always a good idea to add a collagen shake or supplement into your diet as well. 

There are so many products to choose from, and they are pretty tasty too. 

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in the fluids in the eyes and joints. Hyaluronic acid helps skin hold onto water more easily. Therefore, frequent use can help your skin stay more moisturized. 

These ingredients are often found in moisturizers, as well as other products too. Each one offers tons of benefits to the skin. 

What To Avoid 

Yes, many great ingredients are in moisturizing and lotion products, and many you should avoid. We've formulated an easy-to-read list you can use during your next shopping trip — btw, feel free to screenshot!

Mineral Oil

Mineral oil is a petroleum substitute often found in lotions, creams, and moisturizers. This ingredient can clog pores and cause breakouts. It can be harmful as it can prevent your skin from eliminating toxins, heightening the possibility of developing blemishes

Parabens (Methyl, Butyl, Ethyl, Propyl)

You should always opt for paraben-free ingredients, as parabens can contribute to hormone imbalances and other not-so-fun issues. 

It can be hard to find products that don't have any of the parabens listed above, so don't feel bad if you've been using some products that have these ingredients. 

How Often Should You Moisturize

Not that moisturizing your skin needs to be a full-time job, but you should ensure you give your skin some TLC at least twice a day. A good rule of thumb is to moisturize every time you brush your teeth — every morning and night. 

Keeping your skin moisturized will keep those unwanted breakouts at bay, not to mention that midday oil that always messes up your makeup. 

How To Moisturize Your Face

Moisturizing your face is pretty self-explanatory, but we have some tips for you to follow. First off, always moisturize post-cleansing. Adding Moisturizing onto an already oily or dirty face can clog your pores and cause a breakout.

Once your face is squeaky clean, grab your Miracular Skin Essence or Face Serum and apply it to your face, neck, and decollete. 

Remember To Be Patient

We know the struggles of skincare, unwanted breakouts, and clogged pores. However, don't get discouraged if you've yet to find a line of products that work for you. 

Patience is key when working with skincare, and adding more stress to your plate definitely won't help with blemishes or prevent future wrinkles. 

Moisturize Away 

We know it can be hard to find a brand you can trust, especially when your skin is on the line       — all it takes is a little bit of your own research. Once you’re knowledgeable on your own skin you’ll know what will work for you. 

You know what to buy and what to throw out. Now, all that's left to do is some card swiping, oh, and lots of moisturizing. 

Nourishing Your Skin With Nourishing Biologicals

Always opt for natural and paraben-free ingredients, but don’t beat yourself up if you’ve been using not-so-great products for a while. There is no shame in not knowing. 

All that’s left to do now is buy the correct products that will leave your skin looking moisturized and glowing. If your skin is a top priority and you want to know more about our clinically proven and sustainable products, we’ve got you covered.

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How to moisturize your skin - Harvard Health 

19 ways to get rid of oily skin | Medical News Today

Itchy skin (pruritus) - Symptoms and causes | Mayo Clinic 

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