Products to Get Rid of Dry Skin This Cold Season

Jocelyn Pasillas

With the dramatic change of weather, prepping our skin to avoid dry skin is very important!

The stereotypical misconception that too much moisturizer breaks you out, does not apply during this winter season since the skin itself needs the extra boost to maintain a hydrated complexion.

Don’t just change up your wardrobe this cold season, try any of the following products and say buh-bye to uncomfortable dry skin!

Best of all, these products are under $10!

Vaseline Lip Therapy: Cocoa Butter

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Chapped lips are the worst! If you don’t already, be sure to take a moisturizing lip balm on the go and keep your lips soft at all times. Not only does this lip therapy heal cracked and dull lips, but it also locks in the moisture that helps you recover faster!

Clean & Clear Watermelon Gel Moisturizer

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Stay away from harsh products that may strip away your natural oils and switch over to a gentle solution! Specially formulated for an everyday use for teens, this oil-free gel moisturizer has the ingredients necessary to hydrate your skin.

Mario Badescu: Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater

Try out the infamous magic multipurpose spray by Mario Badescu. Refresh your face, use it as a setting spray, and apply it to dry hair! The gentle formula is non-irritating and is the ideal product necessary to keep a glowy skin all year long.

Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser

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A gentle deep cleaning product that is good for normal to oily skin type! Sensitive skin, oily skin, or acne-prone skin, this dermatologist tested cleanser is what you’ve been looking for. Remove any excess oil without overdoing it.

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Jocelyn Pasillas

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