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How to Use Moisturizer from Head to Toe

Skin Care Essentials

How to Use Moisturizer from Head to Toe How to Use Moisturizer from Head to Toe How to Use Moisturizer from Head to Toe

Let’s be real: Dry skin (and hair) can sometimes feel uncomfortable. That’s why moisturizing should play a role in your skin and hair care routines. Below, we share how to use moisturizer—and moisturizing products—all the way from your head down to your toes.

How to Moisturize Your Hair

When you think about moisturizing, your first thought is probably face creams and lotions (we’ll get to those soon!), but don’t neglect your hair. So, look for a system of products that can help address your hair’s hydration needs. Try the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Moisture Shampoo, L’Oréal Paris EverPure Moisture Conditioner, and L’Oréal Paris EverCreme Renourishing Butter.

How to Moisturize Your Face

OK, now it’s time to talk facial moisturizers. Told you we’d get to them soon! Moisturizing should be a non-negotiable part of any skin care routine. Yep. that means whether you have dry, oily, or normal skin, you shouldn’t skip out on moisturizing. Obviously, dry skin can benefit from being moisturized—but did you know that oily skin could as well? It’s all about finding a moisturizer that’s formulated for your skin type.

The L’Oréal Paris Hydra Genius Daily Liquid Care moisturizers come in three formulas depending on your skin type and are formulated with aloe vera water and hyaluronic acid to help provide long-lasting hydration. The L’Oréal Paris Hydra Genius Daily Liquid Care for Normal/Dry Skin envelops skin with moisture and helps improve skin’s radiance, the L’Oréal Paris Hydra Genius Daily Liquid Care for Normal/Oily Skin helps reduce the look of excess shine with a matte finish, and the L’Oréal Paris Hydra Genius Daily Liquid Care for Extra Dry Skin envelops skin with moisture, providing comfort. Smooth your moisturizer of choice over your face and neck after cleansing. Make sure to apply it to damp skin (meaning don’t towel off after cleansing!), as this can help lock in hydration. (Read our ultimate guide to skin hydration.)

How to Moisturize (Around) Your Eyes

The delicate skin around your eyes is one of the first places that can show visible signs of aging. Plus, as you age, your skin loses moisture, meaning the area around your eyes can start to look dry. What can you do? It’s time to start using an ultra-hydrating eye cream. Dot the cream under your eyes and under your eyebrows before blending out with the pad of your finger. Try the L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra-Nutrition Eye Balm. This rich, luxurious balm intensely moisturizes skin. Formulated with precious oils, the formula helps provide long-lasting hydration and comfort.

How to Moisturize Your Lips

If you’ve ever dealt with parched lips before (and honestly, who hasn’t), you know that keeping your pout moisturized is key. After all, flaking lips are no fun! So, smooth on a nourishing lip balm or conditioner morning and night. In addition to using the right lip hydrator, pick out lipsticks and glosses that won’t dry out your lips.

How to Moisturize Your Body

Moisturizing your body starts in the shower. Instead of grabbing a bar soap to rinse impurities from the surface of your skin, reach for a nourishing body wash. Then, after your shower—while your skin is still wet—smooth on a body lotion to help lock in hydration. Keep your shower stocked with lotion so that it’s always easily accessible once you’re done cleansing.

How to Moisturize Your Hands and Feet

When we’re talking head to toe moisture, we can’t leave out your extremities. Hands and feet can often end up feeling dry because, let’s face it, we put them through a lot. You wash your hands regularly to help keep germs away, while you’re on your feet all day. To help keep them moisturized, look for lotions and creams specifically designed for these areas, and apply them whenever needed. For a sweet treat for your feet, apply a foot cream before bed, then put socks over them to help lock in the hydration while you sleep.

Now that you’re a pro at using moisturizer, learn how to cleanse from head to toe.