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Natural & Organic Moisturisers

Hydrate, Plump & Smooth With a Natural Moisturiser
When you shop at Nourished Life, you gain access to some of the best natural moisturisers from incredible brands. Revitalise, restore and replenish your skin's natural beauty by ditching the toxins and choosing an organic moisturiser containing healing botanical extracts, fruit oils and vitamins, and richly nourishing shea and cocoa butter. Since our skin absorbs about 60% of what's applied, it's important we choose an all-natural moisturiser that's free from nasty additives and harmful preservatives. Looking for the best natural moisturiser? Try the 2021 Wellness Award People's Choice Winner for the Most Innovative Product: KORA Organics Turmeric Glow Moisturiser.

Organic Moisturisers to Protect Your Skin
Don't buy the first face moisturiser you see on the shelf. The skin on our face is delicate and requires proper protection all year round. Some of the best natural face creams available today contain natural sunscreen to shield your skin from the sun's rays. Mukti tinted moisturiser with SPF 15, for example, is just one of many natural moisturisers that offer additional protection from the elements. Shop online with Nourished Life to access these incredible products from major brands such as Weleda, Dr Hauschka, 100% Pure Cosmetics and Grown Alchemist.

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Popular Q&A's on facial moisturisers

1. Do I need a day and a night cream?
It's a good idea — especially if you have dry or ageing skin. Your daytime moisturiser should be more lightweight, and contain ingredients to protect and brighten your complexion during the day, like vitamin C and SPF.

Our skin regenerates overnight, so you want to apply a richer, more nourishing moisturiser that will deeply hydrate and repair the skin. If you have specific skin concerns, look for a night cream with active ingredients, like plant-based retinol to even out skin tone and combat breakouts.

2. Do I need to use a moisturiser if I have oily skin?
Yes. It's tempting to skip moisturiser if you have oily or acne-prone skin but remember that the purpose of a moisturiser is to hydrate your skin and strengthen the skin barrier. When your skin becomes dry and dehydrated, it responds by producing more oil — leaving you with breakouts and even shinier skin. To keep your oily skin hydrated and happy, go for a lightweight, oil-free moisturiser that won't block pores.

3. What ingredients should I look for in a moisturiser?
When you're shopping for a natural moisturiser, look for these skin-loving ingredients. Feel free to add more ingredients/categories! Hydrating and moisturising ingredients include Vitamin E, Hyaluronic acid, Jojoba oil, Rosehip oil or Rosehip Seed extract, Sweet Almond oil, Apricot kernel oil, Avocado oil & Beeswax. Brightening ingredients: Vitamin C, Kakadu plum & Pomegranate Calming and balancing ingredients: Aloe vera, Green tea, Calendula, Chamomile & Lemon peel oil

4. Do I still need a moisturiser if I use a facial oil?
It depends on your skin type. If your skin is naturally plump and hydrated, you might be able to get away with only using a face oil. But if you have dry, dehydrated, pigmented or ageing skin, you want to use a combo of both. Here's why.

Face oils purely contain oil, so they're great at nourishing, conditioning and replenishing the skin. But they don't hydrate — that's where moisturisers come in. Moisturisers contain 50% to 90% water, and they work to deeply hydrate the skin and strengthen its barrier — and a strong barrier protects your complexion from dehydration, environmental aggressors and UV-induced damage. Your best bet? Apply a face oil, then lock in all that goodness with a moisturiser.

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