Quelle est la différence entre la crème riche et la crème fluide ?

What is the difference between rich cream and fluid cream?

At Seasonly, we are convinced that a multi-functional product is preferable to a long list of treatments that we do not take the time to use, which is why we have imagined a moisturizing cream enriched with acerola and vitamin B5 available in two textures, the first, fluid and light and the second, much richer, but do you know which texture is suitable for your needs?

Fluid moisturizing cream, for what type of skin?

If you have normal to oily skin then the fluid moisturizer is made for you, its light texture will allow you to provide your skin with all the hydration it needs without weighing it down. If you have combination to oily skin, don't miss this very important step in your routine. We may wrongly think that skin that produces a lot of sebum does not need a moisturizer, however it does. It's quite the opposite: combination or oily skin is unbalanced, depriving it of hydration will only accentuate this imbalance and push it to produce even more sebum to protect itself from external aggressions.

If you have specific needs and want to target a particular problem such as wrinkles or lack of radiance for example, we recommend using our ultra concentrated boosters which will allow you to personalize your moisturizing cream rather than buy a new one. Add a few drops of the booster of your choice to your cream every day and massage the face until the material is absorbed. Our cream can be used day and night and can be mixed with different active ingredients depending on your needs.

Rich moisturizing cream, for what type of skin?

A moisturizing cream with a rich texture is ideal for dry and dehydrated skin, its slightly thicker texture will allow you to regain comfort and avoid the tightness often observed after cleansing the face. If your skin is particularly malnourished and dehydrated, we recommend that you use a few drops of Night Oil every evening on your entire face just after applying your cream, this will help seal in the hydration and prevent skin damage. we call the phenomenon transepidermal water loss which occurs mainly at night.

Like the fluid cream, it is entirely possible to mix a few drops of the booster of your choice with your moisturizer, our facialists even recommend using a few drops of Night Oil in your day cream to make the skin more supple and provide it with an additional dose of lipids to strengthen the hydro-lipid film.

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