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The face cream is a must-have in the beauty kit of not only women but also men. Do you feel your skin tighten after bathing? Then it would help if you lubricated it. Even if you have oily skin, you need to balance its condition.

Again with a product that contains, for example, moisturizing ingredients. The important thing is to know your skin type and choose the ideal skin cream according to it.

How about trying creams that do more things at once? It’s been a few years since BB creams came on the market and revolutionized the way we look at the skin. They weren’t a panacea, but they started a new path in cosmetics.

In the following years, CC, DD, and EE creams followed. Who knows what will happen in a few years. At the same time, it is a fact that skincare experts recommend moderation.

Even with these creams, it’s essential to keep an eye on the ingredients. If these acronyms still don’t ring a bell, get inspired with us. Choose the correct face cream.

Do you think you know your skin type? Don’t be mistaken. Just because your beautician determined your skin type in your twenties and you are now in your forties, it does not mean that it will suit the same skincare.

Everyone’s skin needs extra care at different stages of life, and therefore different cream formulations.

Don’t expect miracles from these products. None of them can erase the wrinkles that have gradually formed over many years. But the cream is excellent prevention of the appearance of other unsightly lines and a source of valuable substances that your skin needs.

How to choose the ideal cream?

Keep in mind that neither price nor brand definitely determines a suitable cream. The only guide is the formulation of the product and the way your skin feels after applying the cream. Of course, you don’t always have the opportunity to try the product. That’s why we’ve prepared some basic guidelines for choosing a skin cream.

Dry skin

Do you feel tightness all over your face after cleansing or bathing? Do wrinkles show up early? Does your skin often peel? Then you have drier skin and need to choose oilier creams.

Olive oil is definitely suitable in the composition; shea butter does not hurt either. Also, look for lactic acid, urea or hyaluronic acid to soothe the skin. For dehydrated skin, don’t be afraid to use medical-grade petroleum jelly. Apply creams, preferably right after washing, to retain moisture in the skin.

Oily skin

Even if your skin is oily, it doesn’t mean you won’t feel dry after a bath; just beware. However, within practically an hour, your skin will be oily. “When caring for oily skin, try to choose products that will prevent sebum production and can hydrate the skin at the same time,” recommend dermatologists.

Reach for non-greasy products with antibacterial ingredients. These products should be oil-free and avoid thick consistencies that make your skin unable to breathe. However, it is best to regenerate your skin with a chemical peel once in a while.

This will remove the surface skin, which will shrink the pores, eliminate acne, but most importantly, your skin will more easily absorb the nutrients it needs from creams because it will be clean. If you have combination skin, a treatment that you apply specifically for oilier skin is suitable.

Mature skin

When is it time for anti-ageing cosmetics? As we mentioned, you may notice the first wrinkles earlier in dry skin than in others, for example, before the age of 30. However, in general, skin matures more after the age of 35.

Whenever you are dealing with wrinkles, always remember that cream is not a scalpel, and with its help, you will delay the ageing process as much as possible. However, this is also good.

With good care, you won’t be bothered with your first wrinkles before your 30s, but you might find fine lines five years from now.
“Rather than advertising, put on the ingredients of the cream. The right ingredients in a cream can temporarily help with the signs of ageing, especially by improving the texture of the skin and making it more hydrated, so it looks younger and plumper.

However, these effects tend to be temporary, and creams do not help against wrinkles in the long term.

We also recommend that at a certain age, it’s a good idea to combine this anti-ageing treatment with non-invasive or minimally invasive aesthetic dermatology procedures. Experts at specialist clinics can already help you with this.

What ingredients should a good quality cream contain?

Creams are not the only products you can use to pamper your skin. Serums are excellent. They go more in-depth; basically what a hair mask means is a serum for the skin.

From the ingredients, retinoids that belong to the vitamin A group, such as retinol or retinoic acid, are beneficial.

These will help you fight fine lines and are suitable for acne-prone skin or to reduce pigment spots. Vitamin C, which acts as an antioxidant, is also great. And what about that renowned rejuvenator, coenzyme Q10?

We definitely recommend it too, it reduces wrinkles around the eyes and protects against sun damage. In this context, we recommend that you also use creams with an effective protective ingredient against UVA and UVB rays.

It doesn’t just have to be in sunscreens, as the sun also affects us when we’re not on holiday and going to work. Finally, here’s a tip on products with a niacinamide base. These belong to the group of B vitamins, retaining water in the skin, thus hydrating it.