For most people that's no problem, but any wise yogi and pole dancer knows that you shouldn't have any moisturiser residue on your skin when doing yoga or pole dancing; it makes you lose grip so you can't hold moves and you actually end up getting very frustrated.
In terms of yoga, it's mainly about not moisturising your feet and hands before a class.... you need them to stay on the mat, so any moisture residue will make Down Dog fairly tricky.
Moisturising is important for pole dancing because healthy, hydrated skin grips better than dry skin, but it's when you apply the moisturiser that's important.
Even if you moisturise in the morning and don't have pole or yoga class until that night there may still be moisturising residue left on your skin.
You can get around this by taking a shower before pole or yoga class, but there isn't always time between work and your class.
I moisturise after I shower at night time. This gives my body time to soak in all the goodness and then I wash off any slippery residue when I shower in the morning... win win.
Plus, I make sure to drink lots of water to help with keeping hydrated too!