With the winter weather creeping closer, you need to prepare for a shift in your skin along with the temperature. Those with dry skin know that when the humidity drops their skin is bound to get dehydrated even more readily. Before the chill sets in, be sure to stock up on products to lock in skin’s moisture and replenish lost hydration.
Dr. Hauschka Rose Day Cream ($45)
If you’re a fan of natural beauty products, this moisturizer is for you. Using extracts from rose petals, shea butter and avocado oil, this lotion soothes redness and deeply hydrates. Marshmallow extracts also work to calm the skin, making it a good option for those with sensitive complexions or skin conditions like rosacea.
Fresh Seaberry Moisturizing Face Oil ($53)
Using a blend of seaberry, cranberry seed and grapeseed oils (all jam-packed with youth-preserving omegas), this lightweight formula penetrates skin to hydrate and protect against wrinkle-inducing free radicals.
CeraVe Moisturizing Cream ($16)
The formula in this moisturizing cream was developed by dermatologists to repair your skin’s natural barrier, which will, in turn, improve the appearance and texture of your skin. This cream includes hyaluronic acid and ceramides that will repair even the driest skin.
Augustinus Bader The Cream ($85)
If you’re open to splurging on a moisturizer, this is the one. Augustinus Bader’s The Cream is a deeply hydrating moisturizer that can be used daily. Per the company, the moisturizer supports cellular renewal, which can dramatically improve the appearance of your complexion.
Curél Ultra Healing Intensive Lotion ($8)
This lotion is made with extremely dry skin in mind. Per Curél, the formula is clinically proven to relieve extra-dry. One of the best features of this body product is that while it provides instant relief, it also continues to keep your skin moisturized for over 24 hours.
La Roche-Posay Toleriane Double Repair Face Moisturizer ($20)
Keep your face hydrated for up to 48 hours with this moisturizer that works with your skin’s microbiome (bacteria on the surface of your skin) to repair and rejuvenate your complexion on a deeper level.
Tatcha The Water Cream ($68)
Those with dry skin and larger pores should make this product their new go-to. As an anti-aging moisturizer, it provides nutrients and powerful botanicals to the surface of the skin while also refining and tightening the pores. Skin will be left with the deep nourishment of a thick moisturizer without any breakouts or the shiny finish that heavy products can sometimes leave behind.
Algenist POWER Recharging Night Pressed Serum ($95)
Use this coconut water–infused solid serum before bed to recharge a tired complexion while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles overnight. You’ll wake up with a noticeable glow, even if you weren’t able to clock in a full 8-hour sleep session.
Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream ($58)
This 24-hour moisturizer is super lightweight but takes on the heavy job of keeping your face dewy. The formula includes squalane and has the ability to target even the skin’s driest spots with double the moisture. This Ultra Facial Cream is great to pair with hydrating body lotions to ensure that your face is as smooth as the rest of your skin.
First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream ($36)
If you have eczema, you can trust this Ultra Repair Cream to take care of your skin. This formula remedies dry, distressed skin, even eczema, using colloidal oatmeal. You’ll feel more comfortable the moment you glide it across your skin.
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