More Moisturizers

You can never have too many moisturizers in the winter, as you'll certainly need the extra hydration. These long-lasting moisturizers will give around the clock care to your face, like Yonka's Hydra N1 with hyaluronic acid, which Karee Hays says is a key ingredient to keeping moisture in the skin. This luscious face cream is specially made for dehydrated, dry and sensitive skin. 

Speaking of dehydrated skin, we are obsessed with Cosrx's Honey Ceramide Full Moisture Cream. It's packed with honey extracts and ceramide, adding moisture and hydration while protecting your skin all day. The cream is very rich and thick, so if you have very oily skin use a little less than a dime size. It really lasts all day and helps our foundation stay moisturized on our skin. Another great heavy duty moisturizer is the Skin Actives Ultimate Moisturizing Cream, packed with antioxidants, nutrients and essential fatty acids to help hydrate and repair.

Knours' One Perfect Cream is the perfect nighttime moisturizer because it's extremely thick and works best when left on the skin for a few hours before applying makeup. It's full of Shea Butter, Olive Oil, and Palma Rosa Oil - you may also use it as an eye cream during the day if it's too heavy for your skin type.

For those with oily or combination skin who don't want a heavy cream, Innisfree's Intensive Hydrating Cream is a lightweight moisturizer perfect for sensitive or acne prone skin. There's a slight fragrance in it, but it doesn't irritate the skin like other scented creams. The Jeju Green Tea Extract and Green Tea Seed Oil inside work to replenish skin back to it's optimal moisture levels without being overbearing. 

One of our favorite heavier moisturizers, emerginC Rawceuticals Blend Moisturizer, protects against free radicals and environmental damage, which leads to premature aging and dryness. If you're battling crow's feet and smile lines and are not ready for Botox or fillers, this is a great cream that will reduce your lines and even out your skin tone. 

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