Daily facial moisturizers are basic staples to women who care about the very parts of their bodies that are central and visible to the expression of feelings and emotions. On a daily basis, you “face” people, right? Before buying your daily facial moisturizers, you should set a price ceiling – how much money are you willing to spend for this beauty product? Set a budget and determine how far (or near) can you go when it comes to spending. The price range of the moisturizers I used and still use is $9 to $25. I listed some of them below. Whether it will hurt (or not hurt) your budget is all up to you:
1. Cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer
As basic as daily facial moisturizers can get – that’s how I describe Cetaphil. The most important thing about putting on moisturizer is that it leaves your skin soft and hydrated. It’s not expensive (only $12.49) and can last a long time. It has SPF 15, giving you extra protection from the UV rays that can cause wrinkles and premature lines.