aussie 3 minute miracle | beautycounter cream cleanser | beautycounter hydrating face oil | benefit eye cream | moroccanoil | moroccanoil body souffle | rosebud salve
I don't know about y'all, but my skin and hair just completely go to hell when it gets too cold outside.
Needing all the help I can get, I have a few go-to products whenever I'm too dry. These have been fin-tuned throughout the years (two have been added in the past couple months), but I've found they get the job done and can be used year-round.
Aussie 3 Minute Miracle So cheap, SO EFFECTIVE, so amazing. I have been using this quick deep conditioner since I was probably 14 years old, and it's never done me wrong. Aussie has now released three different versions of the 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner (strong, moisture, and color). I use the Moisture conditioner every time I wash my hair, and it works wonders.
Beautycounter Cream Cleanser As I previously mentioned in my review of my new-ish Beautycounter products, I love this product. It's non-drying and non-irritating. It really gives more to the skin than it takes away.
Beautycounter Hydrating Face Oil I'm trying to save this product so I use it sparingly, but a drop of the Hydrating Face Oil in my daily moisturizer, or a few drops before I go to bed, and I'm all set. This is the first winter I have not had dry skin (which is unreal), and I completely owe it to changing my skincare products to Beautycounter.
Benefit It's Potent! Eye Cream Love this stuff. Have been using it since high school. Great for daytime and nighttime. Honestly, I love anything from Benefit so you can't really go wrong.
Moroccanoil Original Treatment The original hair oil.
Moroccanoil Body Soufflé I dry brush all the time, and I definitely need to hydrate my skin after physically brushing the dry skin off. The Moroccanoil Body Soufflé smells amazing and keeps me glowing and moisturized.
Rosebud Salve I'm pretty sure every girl has had this lipbalm at some point in their lives. A little goes a long way and it always works!
What products do y'all use to stay hydrated in the wintertime?