When we saw @theskincarestylist's beautifully laid out and super informative skincare reviews on Instagram, we just had to know what she uses on the regular for her dry skin. She says, "From first cleanse to SPF, this list highlights some of my all-time-favorite products that work specifically well for dry skin.
A couple of these products are on the more expensive side, but the majority cost $50 or less. If you're looking to add hydration and lock in moisture in your skincare routine, here are some great products to try."
While it was hard to pick just ten, these are the products that I've found really made a difference in how hydrated my skin feels.
My best advice for a dry skin routine is to find and use products that layer well, and adjust the number of layers you use based on what your skin needs in the moment. Adding a gentle chemical exfoliator will help wash away dead skin and reveal smoother, softer skin.
But always patch test and take things slow - alternate new products to once every two or three days and listen to your skin.
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