Well, not so because many moisturizers these days are designed to be water-based, containing mostly water-binding ingredients such as hyaluronic acid with some oil.
But say if your skin is very dry, it would be better to use two products, such as a hydrating toner or hydrating serum followed by a richer moisturizer.
Going by the structure of our skin, we need both hydrating and moisturizing products applied on our skin.
However, does this necessarily means you need to apply two different products?
The upper layers on the epidermis needs a supply of water to make sure they are kept plump and smooth.
Hence, hydrating facial products are designed for this purpose to increase the water content of the skin.
They usually contain occlusive agents that keep moisture from leaving the skin and humectants that attract more moisture to the skin.
From where she stood she stock of information, and wondered intelligence in his face which.But I thought I’ll discuss a little more here and to begin, let’s look at what exactly is moisturizing and hydrating.Moisturizing aims to form a barrier film on the skin’s surface to prevent moisture loss. Moisturizers generally work in two ways with two types of ingredients.You might like to know that applying moisturizer to a damp face helps to lock in the water from the upper layers of the skin, and prevents evaporation.The moisturizer will also help seal the hydrating benefits from the toner deep into the skin.