Facial moisturizer

EltaMD UV Clear Sunscreen SPF 46 review

This dermatologist favorite is packaged in an airless pump, and includes 9% zinc oxide but doesn't lighten your skin at all. Plus, it includes 5% niacinamide and sodium hyaluronate.

EltaMD is a darling among dematologists—and a highly popular choice in the online-shopping world, too. The company currently holds **half** of the top 10 slots in the “facial sunscreens” category on Amazon (#1, #2, #5, #6, and #8, to be exact). Even though EltaMD products are pricier than the Neutrogena/Coppertone/etc. options that you’d find at your local drugstore, I think they’re worth the splurge when you consider the importance of high-quality sun care. Sunscreens…

CeraVe Moisturizing Cream versus the CeraVe Baby Moisturizing Cream

Which of these moisturizing creams is better for people of all ages?

I always assume that companies are more mindful of the ingredients in products that they market to babies. I’m not sure if this is actually true, but if you have sensitive skin, I don’t think it’s a bad idea to take a look at baby products, if you aren’t doing so already. On the other hand, baby products tend to be more expensive (just like how products automatically become pricier if you’re buying them for a wedding). The difference is that baby personal care…

Frudia Pomegranate Nutri-Moisturizing Cream Review

This moisturizer contains 63% pomegranate fruit extract, and is packaged in a cute glass jar that's perfect for gifting.

A chill has descended upon NYC lately. ❄️ On the way back home from work today, I had to periodically jog just to keep myself warm. In the winter, I need to moisturize my skin more to help protect it from harsh wind and bitter cold. I recently picked up a jar of Frudia Pomegranate Nutri-Moisturizing Cream at my local TJ Maxx, so I decided to give it a try since I remember liking the Frudia Citrus Brightening Cream quite a bit. Fun fact: my review of Citrus Brightening Cream was the first article…