African-American skin

how-to-moisturize-african-american-skin_eafb6917-53c4-41ef-8afa-cf18f7fc658eMoisturizing African-American skin is vital to prevent an ashy or gray tone. Both oily and dry skin types require regular moisturizing.

  1. Choose an oil-free moisturizer, and avoid cream-based moisturizers. Products that contain milk are especially good for African-American skin, as are hypoallergenic moisturizers. and                                                                                                                      2.Apply a moisturizer immediately after taking a bath or shower, while the skin is still damp. This allows the product to seal in the moisture from showering. Reapply moisturizer twice a day if needed,

    Add a moisturizing mask to your routine

    Restore the skin’s suppleness and softness with a weekly moisturizing mask. Make sure you drink eight or more glasses of water a day to complete the moisturizing and rehydrating routine from the inside.

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