The Best-Selling Moisturizers on Walmart.com For Literally Every Skin Type
Moisturizer is one of, if not *the* most important product in any skin-care routine. Think of moisturizer like icing on the cake — it seals in all the good stuff underneath, from toners and essences to serums and treatments, leaving your skin with a plump, hydrated finish that's a perfect base for decoration (and by that we mean makeup, of course).
But, with that said, not all moisturizers are created equally. A moisturizer too heavy and rich can weigh down the skin while one too lightweight can leave the complexion feeling tight and wrung out. Luckily, no matter your skin type or concern — dry and flaky, oily and acne-prone, sensitive and red, uneven and splotchy — there’s a moisturizer match out there for you! The hard part’s just finding it.
To make things easier, we’ve rounded up the best moisturizers for every skin type on Walmart.com, where, if you spend $35 or more, you’ll get free shipping — so hey, why not try out a few? You can thank us later.
For Oily Skin, A Water-Gel Formula That Won't Weight Your Skin Down
The last thing oily skin wants is a heavy, oil-based moisturizer. Instead, try this super lightweight water-gel formula with hyaluronic acid to quench dry skin and leave it plump with moisture.
If You Have Dry, Itchy, Eczema-Prone Skin, This Is A Life Saver
Looking for the perfect moisturizer is no small task when you've got extra dry skin and eczema. This affordable cream with colloidal oatmeal skin protectant relieves itching and irritation and has glycerin and pro-lipids to give skin a protective barrier.
Looking For A Night Cream? Try This Retinol Moisturizer
This two-in-one formula acts as both a night cream and treatment, hydrating the skin while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with retinol.
For Hard-To-Beat Dryness, Try This Healing Ointment
From cracked heels to minor burns, this formula really does it all. Plus, it's free from preservatives, dyes, and fragrances.
To Combat Redness, Try This Seriously Gentle, Non-Irritating Formula
This ultra-gentle formula targets skin that's chronically red and blotchy and is even safe for skin with rosacea.
For Dried Out, Sensitive Skin, Try This Editor-Approved Product
With ceramides and hyaluronic acid, this fragrance-free moisturizer is a savior for dry, sensitive skin. Plus, this bonus size gives you more than enough for face and body.
For The Purist, A Face Oil Blend For All-Natural Hydration
This deeply hydrating oil blend with sunflower oil, rosehip oil, jojoba oil, and a blend of essential oils can be pressed into the skin as a final step in your skincare routine for extra moisture you can feel good about.
If You Want To Dip Your Toes Into The World Of K-Beauty, Try This Fan-Favorite Moisturizer
Designed for all skin types, this lightweight moisturizer provides instant hydration to lackluster skin and is packed with antioxidants to help fight signs of aging.
For The Girl Who Can't Get Enough Millennial Pink, Try This Rosy-Toned Moisturizing Cream
With Imperial Peony and LHA, this moisturizer gently exfoliates dull skin to give a naturally rosy glow.
If You Use An Acne-Fighting Treatment, Try This Oil-Absorbing Formula With Added SPF
You should be wearing SPF daily, especially if you use an acne-fighting product like Differin Gel. This lightweight, matte-finish moisturizer with SPF 30 protects the skin from unwanted sun damage without weighing it down.
If You're Curious About Snail Extract, Try This Concentrated Moisturizer
With 92 percent snail extract (which is known to provide intense hydration), this K-beauty moisturizer is an all-in-one option safe for all skin types.
For Glossy, Hydrated Skin, Try May Coop's Raw Moisturizer
This unique moisturizer targets dry and exhausted skin, balancing water and oil levels for a glowy complexion.
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