One Jar Of This Moisturizer Sells Every Minute, And You Can Get It At Sephora

by Stephanie Montes
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If there's one product you shouldn't be skimping on, it's moisturizer. Not only does it keep your skin soft and hydrated, it also works as a barrier to protect against environmental aggressors like pollution. But with so many on the market, what's a beauty junkie to buy? While we don't always suggest following the crowd, keeping your finger on the beauty pulse is a good idea. Chances are if a product sells like crazy, there's a reason, so you should consider trying it.

If you're pondering your next beauty purchase, allow us to drop some knowledge. Some 525,000 jars of First Aid Beauty's Ultra Repair Cream are sold each year (translation: one every single minute, every day of the week). Packed with oatmeal, shea butter and ceramides, the allover moisturizer provides instant relief and long-term hydration for dry, distressed skin and eczema, while also imparting a healthy glow to normal skin. It's suitable for both face and body and even safe to use on babies. Sometimes it pays to follow the crowd.