How to Pick a Lotion: a blog about choosing the right lotion for you and your skin.
The most important thing to consider when choosing a lotion is your skin type. This can be determined by taking the skin quiz on our homepage. Once you know your skin type, we recommend looking at the lotions that are recommended for it on our product pages. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staying moisturized is one of the most important ways to care for your skin. We’ve all had it happen: you put on a lotion that smells like flowers and looks great in the bottle, but when you get home and put it on, it stinks. It’s greasy or slimy and leaves you feeling slimy. Don’t waste your money on bad lotion!
When buying a lotion, there are a few things to consider. How will you be using your lotion? Will you apply it only at night before bed, or will you apply it in the morning before work? What kind of fragrance do you prefer? Is the scent too strong? Does it smell like perfume or body spray? Will it make your eyes water?
In this blog we’ll talk about how to pick the right lotion for you and your skin, so that you can be confident in knowing that you’re getting the best quality lotion from us!
Do you have dry skin? Do you apply lotion to your skin to keep it hydrated and healthy? If not, why not? You should be applying lotion every day. It’s a quick, easy way to moisturize dry, rough skin and keep it looking and feeling its best.
But how do you pick the right lotion for you? There are thousands of options out there, but with our tips below, you can cut through the confusion and find the perfect lotion.
In the modern world, we are inundated by choices. Sweaters, socks, notebooks, cars, phones, computers – even where to eat lunch or go on vacation. With so many choices in our lives, it makes sense that we would want to narrow down our options early and often.
When it comes to lotion, there is no reason to settle for anything less than the best! In this article, we will outline the most important factors in determining which lotion is right for you.
1. Skin Type
The first thing you should consider when picking a lotion is your skin type. Are you dry? Oily? A combination of both? This will determine not only which type of lotion you should get but also how often you should apply it. For example:
If you have dry skin, a thick cream would be best for moisturizing your skin without excessively greasing it up. You should use this type of lotion daily for maximum effect.**
If your skin tends more toward oiliness than dryness, a simple body spray might be just what the doctor ordered! These light moisturizers can be applied after showering or before bed and leave your skin feeling fresh and smooth without leaving behind any residue.**
Mild or intense?
Do you have mild or intense dry skin? Is your skin especially rough, flaky, itchy or cracked? If so, you’ll likely benefit from a cream that features super-hydrating ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter and glycerin. Look for the word “intensive” on the label or ask your dermatologist for advice.
Fragrances can cause irritation and sometimes allergic reactions when used on sensitive skin. If your skin is easily irritated, look for lotions that are labeled as hypoallergenic. You might even try a fragrance-free lotion if you find that you react negatively to certain fragrances in other products.
For more specific problems like eczema and psoriasis, consult with your dermatologist about which ingredients will be most helpful for your condition.
There are many lotions on the market, but not all of them are good for your skin. You want a lotion that moisturizes while it calms and heals your skin. Here, we’ve listed the top 5 lotions that are perfect for dry, sensitive skin.
It’s so easy to confuse lotions– there are so many types, and many of them have names that are very similar! But we’re here to help.
We’ll go through each type of lotion, explain what it is, and help you decide whether it’s right for you.
First, use this quick checklist to help narrow down the choices:
1. Do you need a lotion that will protect your hands from harsh detergents?
2. Do you need a lotion that will soothe sunburns or windburn?
3. Do you need a lotion that moisturizes even in cold weather?
4. Do you have sensitive skin?