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Paraben Free Moisturizers

Welcome to our meticulously curated collection of dermatologist-recommended paraben-free hydrating face serums and moisturizers. Committed to delivering the finest and safest skincare options, we've brought together an exceptional range of serums and moisturizers devoid of parabens. These products are designed not just to hydrate and nourish but also to meet the specific requirements of your unique Baumann Skin Type.

Understanding the unique needs of your Baumann Skin Type is crucial, so be sure to look for the skin type octagon next to the product to determine if the paraben-free serum or moisturizer is suitable for you. If you do not see an octagon, this indicates that you should: 1. Determine your Baumann Skin Type, or 2. Log in to your account to shop according to your skin type.

 
 
 
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Zerafite Skin Brightening Barrier Cream

Zerafite

Zerafite Skin Brightening Barrier Cream

$10.99 - $55.00

Plated SkinScience INTENSE Serum

Plated Skin Science

Plated SkinScience INTENSE Serum

$244.00 - $258.00

Zerafite Wrinkle Defense Barrier Cream

Zerafite

Zerafite Wrinkle Defense Barrier Cream

$10.99 - $55.00

Derma Made Antioxidant C Serum+
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Derma Made

Derma Made Antioxidant C Serum+

$54.00 Regular price $108.00

Derma Made Ceramide Barrier Cream
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Derma Made

Derma Made Ceramide Barrier Cream

$35.00 Regular price $70.00

Derma Made Hyaluronic Acid Gel
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Derma Made

Derma Made Hyaluronic Acid Gel

$56.00 Regular price $112.00

Essopi Triple Antioxidant Cream

ESSOPI

Essopi Triple Antioxidant Cream

$108.00

Alastin Restorative Skin Complex

Alastin

Alastin Restorative Skin Complex

$128.00 - $230.00

VMV HYPOALLERGENICS Creammmy-Rich Intense Moisture Milk for Dry Skin

VMV HYPOALLERGENICS

VMV HYPOALLERGENICS Creammmy-Rich Intense Moisture Milk for Dry Skin

$41.00

Plated SkinScience DAILY Serum

Plated Skin Science

Plated SkinScience DAILY Serum

$244.00 - $258.00

Alastin HA Immerse Serum

Alastin

Alastin HA Immerse Serum

$68.00 - $118.00

Alastin Ultra Nourishing Moisturizer

Alastin

Alastin Ultra Nourishing Moisturizer

$43.00 - $78.00

Medature PSL Repair Moisturizer

Medature

Medature PSL Repair Moisturizer

$48.00

Alastin Regenerating Skin Nectar

Alastin

Alastin Regenerating Skin Nectar

$236.00

Pavise Lip Defense SPF 30

Pavise

Pavise Lip Defense SPF 30

$50.00

SkinMedica TNS Advanced+ Serum

SkinMedica

SkinMedica TNS Advanced+ Serum

$295.00

VMV HYPOALLERGENICS Red Better Daily Calming Moisturizer

VMV HYPOALLERGENICS

VMV HYPOALLERGENICS Red Better Daily Calming Moisturizer

$44.00

Revision Skincare Nectifirm

Revision

Revision Skincare Nectifirm

$106.00 - $358.00

SkinCeuticals Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2

SkinCeuticals

SkinCeuticals Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2

$155.00

Alastin Ultra Light Moisturizer with TriHex Technology

Alastin

Alastin Ultra Light Moisturizer with TriHex Technology

$43.00 - $78.00

Essopi Triple Antioxidant Serum

ESSOPI

Essopi Triple Antioxidant Serum

$108.00

DefenAge 8-in-1 BioSerum Anti Aging Cream

DefenAge

DefenAge 8-in-1 BioSerum Anti Aging Cream

$198.00

La Roche-Posay Lipikar AP+M Triple Repair Moisturizing Cream

La Roche-Posay

La Roche-Posay Lipikar AP+M Triple Repair Moisturizing Cream

$9.99 - $19.99

Neocutis BIO CREAM FIRM RICHE - Extra Moisturizing Smoothing & Tightening Cream

Neocutis

Neocutis BIO CREAM FIRM RICHE - Extra Moisturizing Smoothing & Tightening Cream

$83.00 - $208.00


Why Choose Paraben-Free Moisturizers?

Parabens, widely used as preservatives in skincare formulations, are effective in preventing the growth of bacteria and fungi, thus extending the shelf life of products like moisturizers. However, the debate around their safety, particularly concerning creams, lotions, and face serums that remain on the skin, has intensified. Unlike cleansers that are rinsed off, leaving little time for skin absorption, moisturizers are designed to stay on the skin for extended periods. This increased contact time raises concerns about the potential for parabens to penetrate the skin more deeply, especially in individuals with hypersensitive skin or those prone to paraben allergies.

Although various types of parabens exist, each with different safety profiles, the crux of worries lies in the prolonged exposure to these chemicals through products left on the skin.

Parabens in Skin Creams and the Effect on the Environment

The accumulation of parabens in our water supply presents a significant environmental challenge, impacting marine life and ecosystems at large. As parabens from skincare products like moisturizers, creams, and serums wash off our bodies and enter the sewage system, they are not fully broken down by water treatment processes. This leads to their release into rivers, lakes, and oceans, where they can persist for extended periods. The presence of parabens in aquatic environments has been linked to disruptions in the hormonal systems of wildlife, affecting reproduction and growth patterns in fish and other marine organisms. Furthermore, these chemicals contribute to the broader issue of pollution, affecting the health of aquatic ecosystems and reducing biodiversity. The environmental impact of parabens underscores the importance of seeking alternatives in skincare formulations, not only for personal health but also for the sustainability of our planet's water bodies and the myriad forms of life they support.

Different Types of Parabens in Moisturizers

Common types of parabens found in skincare products include methylparaben, ethylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben, and isobutylparaben. When examining product labels for these ingredients, look for their International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) names, which typically include the paraben type followed by the word "paraben" (e.g., Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Propylparaben, Butylparaben, Isobutylparaben). Paraben-free skincare should not have the word paraben as any part of an ingredient name on the product label if you wan tot avoid parabens in your face products.

Shelf life of Paraben Free Moisturizers

When choosing paraben-free moisturizers for their safer formula, be aware they might have a shorter shelf life due to the lack of traditional preservativesif preservatives like phenoxyethanol or ethylhexylglycerin are not added to maintain stability. Natural or organic options without ay chemical preservatives can degrade quicker, letting bacteria and fungi affect the product's quality. To keep your moisturizer effective longer, store it in a cool place, even a refrigerator, and consider replacing it every two months or sooner to ensure safety and effectiveness. Always look for airless packaging to reduce contamination risks.