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a moisturizer that feels thick and creamy, but not greasy on your face. The
goal of a winter moisturizer is to help even out your skin and repair those dry
patches you get from the cold. And, you still need SPF to protect your skin
from harmful sunrays. If your skin is super oily and you don’t like how the
creamy moisturizer feels on your face during the day, try it as a night cream
Olay Active Hydrating Cream, $9, soap.com
Aveeno Daily Moisturizer Ultra-Calming SPF 15, $15, drugstore.com
your pout kissable
sure to pop a balm in your purse to help keep lips moisturized to prevent
cracking or peeling from breathing in that cold air all day. After you wash
your face at night, smooth a little balm on to prevent chapped lips when you
C.O. Bigelow Rose Salve Lip balm, $6, bathandbodyworks.com
Vaseline Lip Therapy Balm, $2, walgreens.com
non-clogging oil for extra dry patches on your face or body. When using the
oils on your face, be sure to just put it on the tiny areas that need it, not
all over your face. Take your ring finger and gently press the oil onto a dry
patch. As for body oils, we recommend the total opposite! You can use as much
as you would like—oil is perfect for elbows and knees or anywhere that gets
Neutrogena Body Oil, $10, ulta.com
Botanics Organic Facial Oil, $8, target.com
always put lotion on right when you get out of the shower. It may seem like one
extra step but once you get in the habit your skin will totally love you for
it. Cocoa butter formulas are great for girls who need that little something
extra to get their skin smooth. Try one of the new spray lotions like this one
for the girl on the go; keep one in your gym bag, too!
Vaseline Spray & Go Moisturizer Total Moisture, $8, cvs.com
Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula, $12, walmart.com
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BY SAMANTHA WILSON ON 10/20/2013 12:00:00 AM
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