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    Product Swaps: Spice Up Your Winter Skincare Routine

    Fall and winter’s colder months bring with them lots of fun things, from corn mazes and pumpkins to holiday nail colors and days filled with joy. However, seasonal changes also bring drastic changes for your skin, particularly major drying effects. When transitioning to a winter skincare routine for the colder months ahead, you should incorporate natural, hydrating ingredients. Using natural moisturizers that work with your skin to fight dryness helps keep irritation low. Shea butter, cocoa butter, almond milk, oatmeal, bananas, and more can help supplement your winter skincare routine. Your skin will thank you if you plan ahead and add these details and products to your winter skincare routine. …

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    Winter Skincare Loves: 9 Best Products of Winter 2018

    Winter can really take a toll on skin. Dry air creates flaky and itchy patches, breakouts, and more. However, I’ve found some super lovely products recently that have made my skin so happy. Winter skincare is easily improved with gentle and hydrating products. This summer I shared 5 summer skincare products I can’t live without (read the post here!) , and now is the perfect opportunity to share the winter skincare edition. I shift my skincare routines to incorporate nourishing, revitalizing products. Hydration, gentle exfoliation, and of course, moisturizing effects are very important to me in selecting products. I’ve never been happier with my winter skincare routine and thought I…