38 moisturizers reviewed, and here are the best ones for dry aging skin

Written by Jenny Wu
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  1. Linda says:

    Hello Jenny,
    Going out on a limb here, but wonder if you’ve tried the Papa Recipe Noble Rot Lifting Essence and/or the Neogen Real Ferment Micro Essence. Looking for a product with Fermentation, and both of these have gotten favorable reviews.
    My skin is on the dry side. Currently I have the PyunKang Yul Essence Toner and Wondering if could use the Papa Recipe Lifting Rot Ampoule in conjunction with this essence I already own.
    Thanks, Linda

  2. Linda says:

    Excellent list and work. You’re the best, really. Wondering if you’ve tried the Vegreen 730 Daily Moisture Cream .
    I’ve read it’s just excellent. How do you rate this product?? My skin is on the dry side and I’m told this is excellent.

    • Jenny says:

      Thank you for the kind words Linda! Unfortunately I haven’t tried that one but I’ve heard good things about the brand in general!

  3. May Lani says:

    ……me again…., I mentioned Taiwan, as it may be a little bit cheaper than buying from korean sites?

  4. May Lani says:

    Thanks for your suggestion Jenny, I will check those sites, are there any based in Taiwan that I could try?

    The customs could be an issue, so true! I found a tiny shop in Madrid, entirely dedicated to korean products when I was there on holidays…. the prices are scary…. a basic face mask, set you between 5,50 – 10,50!! depending what you are after… taking care of oneself is becoming really expensive…

    • Jenny says:

      Oh yes, even buying Korean products here locally in the US is a lot more expensive than buying in Asia! As for Taiwan based retailers, you can try myhuo or alaso, both ship globally. I don’t know how good their kbeauty selection is, usually I use them to buy Japanese brands and the pricing is very reasonable!

  5. May Lani says:

    I wish I could buy korean cosmetics at korean prices, these are so expensive here in London😏

    • KC says:

      I’m 65 with no Botox, filler etc and my skin looks great. I changed to mostly Asian products several years ago because the pro products I was using were not giving me the results they claimed. I purchase my products from SweetCorea.com and the prices are rock bottom and service is great. They have thousands of products at wholesale prices. AmorePacific, Sulwhasoo, Deoproce, CosRX, Laneige etc. Its definitely worth signing in for a free acct to access the prices. Make sure to convert the money to your country. You’ll be amazed at the low prices. I use Kikumasamune high moist toner essence mixed with Secret Key Starting Treatment, Rhoto Hada Labo Premium HA, Deoproce Snail Recovery Cream, products from the Ordinary and I mix my own facial oils according to what my skin needs. Hope this info helps.

    • Jenny says:

      Have you tried retailers like Jolse or StyleKorea that are based in Korea? Prices are more reasonable, though there may be the issue of customs fees.

  6. Anne says:

    My skin isn´t dry, but I have the LRP Cicaplast Baume B5 on my to try list because Tretinoin can be irritating, especially in winter.l

    Anne from Doctor Anne

  7. I hadn’t even heard of that one from 107 before this, but now I’m curious to try it! My skin has been getting progressively drier over the years, so my moisturizing needs have grown over time XD Thank you for putting together this thorough post!

  8. Jennifer says:

    I need to try all of these because I have such dry skin!

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