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    Default Best moisturizer for dry skin

    Its winter again and my skin dries out so quick. During summer i have no problem with the skin. I tried several moisturizers but none of seems to work effectively. can you recommend the best moisturizer for dry skin.

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    Hi Sanrita,
    Please let us know what type of skin you have and your age. If you are over 30 I would probably recommend something a bit different than if you are in your teens.

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    i have had good luck with the gold bond lotions and creams. there is a healing, softening, and soothing. i find the lotions to be almost as thick as their creams. i usually don't have to apply more than morning and night.

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    Yes, I have dry skin in the winter, but no problems in the summer. I found that applying a thin layer of emu oil before my moisturizing cream....my skin stays moist longer.

    I also LOVE lactic acid in a cream base. But you have to be careful to always use a sunscreen. I was not in the habit of using sunscreen and now have a few of those brown age spots on my cheek area.

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    Thumbs up Best moisturizer for dry skin

    I use Shielding lotion, it is the best for dry skin.

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    Hey everyone, I've found that using Eucerin Everyday protection is great if you are looking to use a moisturizer and sunscreen because it has an SPF as part of the formula. I've been using it for a while now (it helps that I've done some work with them) and don't have to worry about putting sunscreen on over lotion. That gets real slimy.

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    There are many moisturizers available in the market.It depends upon what kind of a skin you have.

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    depends how dry your skin is! If it's really......dry, you should use this brand's moisturiser, use it on moist skin, it does wonders for unbelievable dry skin,

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    if it's not as dry, use the essence!
    Last edited by Dr.Deepak; 05-12-2011 at 10:18 AM. Reason: repeated self promotion

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac38 View Post
    There are many moisturizers available in the market.It depends upon what kind of a skin you have.
    Hello, how did you do to have links below of your post? I am curious how did you do that?

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    I am just using any lotion to moisturize my skin


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