How to find the JUST RIGHT MOISTURISER? – Suganda-Skincare

How to find the JUST RIGHT MOISTURISER?

My moisturiser is too Oily 

My moisturiser is too Dry

My moisturiser is a bit Sticky 

My moisturiser is making me sweat

Are the thoughts that come up when we are using moisturisers.

But how to find the " JUST RIGHT MOISTURISER" ?

May be there is one but not for all times, let me explain!

Every ones skin is unique on top of that our skin moisturisation needs changes on so many factors. Your skin may feel oily on sunny days and if the temperatures dip it may suddenly start feeling dry. Weather changes from day to day, you may sit in air-conditioned room one day and spend out side in the sun next day, you may travel travel to different place with different temperature and humidity. And Lastly you may sleep more one day and drink good amount of water and next day you may be busy and forget about water intake etc. and the combinations are endless.

Your skin type is not really fixed but varies. 

So is there a just right moisturiser? may be not.

So should I buy tonnes of moisturisers? not really.  

Here are some tweaks-

Oily feeling  Moisturiser - Usually this moisturiser contains more oils than that is required for your skin.

What can be done? You can try using a smaller amount of moisturiser on damp skin. Here you are diluting your moisturiser hence it will suit you.

Dry Feeling Moisturiser - Usually this moisturiser contains less oils than that is required for your skin.

What can be done? You can try adding few drops of Facial oils to your moisturiser and see. Also applying a moisturiser immediately after facewash or after a mist so that skin is hydrated first and then that hydration is sealed with Cream + Oils next.

Sticky Feeling Moisturiser - Usually when moisturisers are made with lots of humectants like glycerin or Hyaluronic Acid then it can feel sticky. Also gel cremes or gel moisturisers can feel sticky on some skin.

What can be done? You can try using a smaller amount of moisturiser on damp skin. Here you are diluting your moisturiser but then it may not completely moisturise your skin, then use Less Moisturiser + 1 drop of Oil on damp skin

A bit Sweaty - Usually when your moisturiser contains more oils and waxes than that is needed for your skin, then it can feel suffocating and sweaty, specially if you live in a humid climate. 

What can be done? You can try using a smaller amount of moisturiser on damp skin. Here you are diluting your moisturiser, usually look for Gel creams

Hoping You will enjoy using moisturisers with the above tweaks.

4 Moisturisers + Few Oils

1. Very Light weight Aloe Green Tea Gel with Hyaluronic Acid for very Oily skin

2. Light Weight White Lotus Moisturiser (Gel creme) with 3% Niacinamide + Hyaluronic Acid for Oily to combination skin)

3. Light weight Rosehip Moisturiser ( lotion-creme ) with 3% Niacinamide + Rosehip Jojoba Oils for combination to dry skin

4. Calendula Oat Cream (rich creme ) with  Calendula oil  and Shea for very dry skin. 

What can be done? You can try using a smaller amount of moisturiser on damp skin. Here you are diluting your moisturiser again.

Tweaks while using Suganda Moisturisers

If Aloe green tea gel is not moisturising enough add 1 drop of Squalane 

If White Lotus Moisturiser is not moisturising enough add 1 drop of Squalane

If White Lotus Moisturiser is Sticky apply smaller amount on semi damp skin, and add 1 drop of Squalane

If Rosehip Moisturiser is making you sweat, apply smaller  amount on semi damp skin

If Rosehip Moisturiser is not moisturising enough to your dry skin, add 2-3 drops of Rosehip oil to moisturiser and apply.

If Calendula Oat cream is making you sweat, apply smaller amount on semi damp skin

If Calendula Oat Cream is not moisturising enough to your dry skin, add 2-3 drops of any facial oil. but we never heard anyone complaining about it. 



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