How do I Choose the Best Complexion Lotion?

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There are a number of types of complexion lotion on the market, but usually just a few of these options are right for a given person's complexion issues. The first step in choosing the best lotion for one's complexion is identifying the complexion issues that the lotion should address. Some of the most common issues that people try to address with complexion lotion involve the level of dryness or oiliness in one's skin, patchiness or discoloration in the skin, acne, and signs of aging. There are complexion lotion formulas that can address these issues and, in many cases, a combination of these issues.

Once one's specific set of complexion issues have been identified, the process of searching for the best complexion lotion for one's skin can begin. A person who is trying to manage oily skin and deal with fine lines and wrinkles can begin to search for a complexion lotion that deals with aging, oily skin. Alternatively, a person dealing with dry skin and acne should search for a complexion lotion that hydrates the skin while helping to reduce the frequency and severity of breakouts.


Another important consideration when searching for a complexion lotion is price. Although there are a number of very affordable products on the market, there are likewise a number of very expensive products on the market, and everything in between. A good criteria for narrowing down one's search for the perfect complexion lotion is price. Once this and the skin conditions that must be addressed have been identified, it will be much easier to research and test the remaining available options.

Sometimes it is best to find a product line that seems to work well with one's skin and choose all or most of one's skin care products from that line. For people who have already established one or two product lines that seem to work well for their skin, searching for a complexion lotion from these lines is a good place to start. If that line does not carry a complexion lotion that addresses one's skin needs, then search for similar skin care companies. For example, if one's current favorite skin care line specializes in natural skin care products, then search for another company that uses similar ingredients. That company might just carry a complexion lotion that will address all of one's complexion issues.


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@raynbow- You are right, there are far too many skin care lotions on the market to know for sure if you are choosing the right one for your needs. In addition to trying to choose a product that deals with specific skin issues, you have to take into consideration the possibility that allergic reactions to certain ingredients may occur.

Because of these difficulties in choosing a good complexion lotion, it is a good idea to get the advice of a professional to help you decide. A doctor, dermatologist, or even a salon staff member should be able to give you advice on choosing the complexion lotion for your needs and specific concerns. He or she will also be able to target ingredients that may irritate certain problems, such as pimples or dry, patchy areas.

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It seems like there are so many different types of complexion lotions on the market that it is difficult to choose. This is especially true for people with more than one problem that they want to address. For example, I have occasional breakouts that I want to cure, but I also have dry skin in spots. Does anyone have some advice for the best way to choose a lotion that works for each person's skin needs?

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