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Body Moisturizers at Walgreens

When talking about moisturizers, the highest amount of attention is paid to taking care of the skin on your face. However, your face is not the only part of the body that likely needs help maintaining a healthy moisture balance. Body moisturizers are designed to ensure that your skin retains an optimal level of moisture from your hands to your feet.

Moisture Loss

The skin on your face is exposed and therefore encounters the most environmental free radicals throughout the day. However, the rest of your body also needs regular care to remain healthy, soft, and smooth. Maintaining a healthy moisture balance can be challenging. Your skin loses moisture in a variety of different ways, depending on lifestyle, climate, activities, genetics, and clothing choices. It is nearly impossible to keep all of your skin in a healthy balance at one time without additional help. When your skin loses moisture into the air, it can become dry, red, itchy, or irritated. Body moisturizers help to fend off these problems by pampering your skin with hydrating ingredients.

Creams and Lotions

Body moisturizers come in a variety of styles and formulas. Because skin on the body can be thicker and tougher than skin on the face, these products tend to be thicker. Most body moisturizers are thick creams or lotions, allowing you to carefully tailor the amount that you apply to any problem areas. The rich nature of these formulas helps absorption, so that tough areas of skin can benefit from the moisture boost without needing an additional product.

Oil-Based Body Moisturizers

While most beauty products are easy-to-apply creams or lotions, some people prefer to use an oil-based moisturizer. These formulas are just as effective as thick creams and lotions, but can take longer to absorb. Because pores do not easily soak up oil, you may need to allow more time when using an oil-based product. If you suffer from oily or greasy skin, you may want to avoid using oil as a body moisturizer. However, if you have particularly dry skin, oil can greatly help to rejuvenate and hydrate your skin without the need for frequent applications. If you choose an oil-based body moisturizer, be sure to allow the proper amount of time before putting on clothes or attempting any activity. Without the appropriate care, oil can stain clothing and can cause slippery conditions for your feet.

Natural Options

If you do not want to use a chemically based moisturizing product, you are in luck. Scientists and skin care professionals have found a number of natural ingredients that help to keep skin hydrated and healthy on a daily basis. Shea butter and cocoa butter are two popular products that help to keep skin soft and smooth. These ingredients, along with other natural alternatives, are often used in body moisturizers to pamper your skin without causing chemical damage. Several oil-based products are also based on natural ingredients, but it is important to verify this before using. Walgreens offers a range of natural bath and body products to keep your skin healthy and balanced.