Definition of moisturize
: to add moisture to moisturize the air a cream that moisturizes the skin
Examples of moisturize in a Sentence
Use this cream to gently moisturize dry skin.
Recent Examples of moisturize from the Web
Leaving lunch, there was a moisturizing sorbet to be had from Sephora, a primer courtesy of Ulta.
Moisturize your feet at least twice a day (look for products that contain lactic acid or uric acid to keep callouses at bay), and pop on a pair of cotton socks.
So don’t get anything too heavy that will weigh your hair down, but also don’t get anything too light that won’t moisturize it enough.
Try Skintimate Signature Scents Moisturizing Shave Gel in Raspberry Rain, which smells dreamy and will help the razor glide smoothly without pulling at the skin thanks to the moisturizing formula, which includes vitamin E and olive butter.
After moisturizing with drippings from an organic massage candle, you're swaddled for a soothing scalp, neck and shoulder rubdown.
The set includes moisturizing milk bath, shower and bath gel as well as hand and body lotion that features a refreshing lemongrass scent.
The clay used here moisturizes skin, absorbs excess oil, and pulls out toxins from the skin.
The lightweight blush features a gel-cream formula that is made with ingredients like collagen (perfect for plumping and moisturizing the skin) and blurring powder pigments, which create a seamless, streak-free finish.
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MOISTURIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moisturize for English Language Learners
: to add moisture to (something, such as a person's skin)
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