CLEANSER

Some soaps strip your skin of its natural hydrating oils. Use a soap-free cleanser to help your face retain its moisture.

Splash your face with lukewarm water to open pores, then lather the cleanser onto your face and rub gently. Wash off with cool water.

EYE CREAM

The skin under your eyes is extremely thin, which makes it particularly prone to dryness. Hydrate the sensitive area with an eye cream.

LIP BALM

Nobody likes chapped lips. Keep yours soft and smooth with a pocket-sized lip butter. Try one with cocoa butter.

HYDRATING TONER

A good toner should cleanse and tighten your pores. But to get the job done, most toners use alcohol, which strips your skin of its natural oils and leaves it dry and sensitive.

MOISTURISER

Choose a hydrating toner that is alcohol-free and is packed with Vitamins C and E, which are major players in battling itchy, damaged skin.

Moisturiser strengthens your facial skin and helps lock in moisture. Apply to a clean face before you go to sleep and after your morning shower.

SERUM

A dermatologist-developed formula restores moisture to your skin. Apply immediately after cleansing by massaging a coin-sized portion into your skin, followed by moisturiser.

OIL

A hydrating oil absorbs quickly, helping your skin maintain moisture all day long.

MOISTURE MASK

Hey, don’t knock it ‘til you try it. Masks pump in moisture straight to your pores.

Apply a generous layer to your face and neck after cleansing. Let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes and rinse off. Pat (but don’t rub) your skin dry to lock in the moisture.

BALM

Try a multipurpose balm made from ceramides—fatty acids that naturally occur in your skin’s water barrier—and multiple vegetable oils for intense hydration.

NIGHT CREAM

After you wash your face at night, apply a night cream to your face and neck. Your skin will absorb it while you sleep, so you’ll be extra hydrated in the morning.

Bonus: It will also make your morning shave smoother.