Moisturizer

Origins GinZing Gel Moisturizer Review

This gel moisturizer is lightweight and great for oily skin like mine. I love using it in the morning under sunscreen.

Origins GinZing Gel Moisturizer was included in the Origins bestseller gift set I received as a Christmas present. It’s pretty similar to the Origins’s GinZing Eye Cream that I reviewed a few months ago, but more citrusy and “zing”-y, if that makes sense. If you love the smell of oranges, you’ll love this moisturizer. And if you have oily, acne-prone skin, this is a great gel moisturizer to incorporate into your routine.

Fleur & Bee Face Cream Review: A rich, fragrance-free moisturizer

This face cream is chock full of beneficial ingredients that have been shown to deliver hydrating, soothing, and anti-aging benefits.

I recently got to try out a few products from Fleur & Bee, a skincare company that just launched a few days ago. Fleur & Bee is focused on delivering natural, vegan skincare products that are priced under $35. If you need another reason to give this company’s products a try, you might be happy to hear that Fleur & Bee donates 1% of its profits to Days for Girls, an organization that works to help women and girls get access to menstrual care and education.

Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion Review: A rich but non-comedogenic, non-irritating moisturizer

This non-comedogenic moisturizer is richer and thicker than CeraVe Daily Moisturizing Lotion, but less thick than a cream—a great option for dry climates.

Everyone in my family has dry, sensitive skin (either eczema or psoriasis all around), so we always need a bottle of lotion in every room. Recently, my parents have gotten really into Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion. Last time I visited them, this was the brand that was in every room of the house. Anyway, I was drawn to the minimalist packaging and the words “non-comedogenic” made me wonder if I could use it as a facial moisturizer. Lo and behold, I could—and I did. I even brought it…