5 Of The Best Moisturizer’s To Use With Tretinoin


Finding the best moisturizer to use with tretinoin is easier than is sounds. Tretinoin is a powerful ingredient and so finding products that compliment it may seem daunting.

If you’ve come to this post, I’m assuming you are already using tretinoin. So, I’m going to skip the overview and jump straight into the recommendations.

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5 Of The Best Moisturizer’s To Use With Tretinoin

There are three things I considered when searching for these products. Affordability, skin barrier repairing ability and hydrating abilities.

Dr Jart Ceramidin Cream

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Dr Jart’s Ceramidin Range is amazing for repairing your skin’s barrier.

Skinceuticals Triple Lipid Restore

This may seem off putting to those who have acne prone skin, but if you have dry skin this is the perfect product to pair with tret because it will give you intense hydration. You can use this in the slugging method of application after tret.

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Avene Skin Recovery Cream

This is a cheap and cheerful cream that will keep all skin types hydrated and soothed!

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Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Balance

If you have dry sensitive skin, that is prone to acne/breakouts, this is the cream for you. It’s instantly soothing and deeply moisturising.

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Cerave Moisturizing Cream

The OG. Affordable, easy to find, deeply soothing. This cream has worked wonders for so many people. It’s a great staple, that can be relied upon when using something as potent as tretinoin.

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There it is! Five superstar creams which will help you along your journey to better skin. You can save this information on Instagram here.

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