Favorite Cold Weather Beauty Products

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Surprisingly, it's been pretty cold in Florida this past week. I'm pretty excited to be able to wear all of my sweaters now. Cold weather clothes are my favorite and I love being able to wear layers. (Except when I'm trying to go to the gym–then it's not very fun).

The downside of the cold weather, especially since my body was used to a very humid 80 degrees, is dryness. My hair, skin, and lips are hating the change so I definitely had to step up my moisturizing game.

Between long-time favorites and some recent new purchases, here are some of my must-have cold weather beauty products (and you can shop the images below!):

For dry hair:

Coconut oil treatment - Applying straight up coconut oil to your ends and leaving it on for 20 minutes can be a lifesaver. Just be sure to shampoo well after because it can be difficult to wash out. (But I don't recommend this for super fine hair).

Bumble & bumble quenching masque - Apply to hair once a week for ten minutes to restore moisture.
For dry skin:

Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion - A more budget friendly option that hydrates surprisingly well. I love Aveeno products, my mom kept buying them for me insisting that I needed to use more lotion.

Kiehl's Creme De Corps - Hands down my favorite body moisturizer. It's super thick but absorbs really quickly and isn't greasy at all. You can't feel it on, but your skin feels soft all day long.

For dry hands:

Kiehl's Ultimate Strength Hand Salve - I just really love Kiehl's (can you tell?) and their hand salve works just as well as their body moisturizer.

Josie Maran Argan Oil - I wrote a post about all the way's you can use this product a while ago. I can't actually use it on my face, but it's a lifesaver for your cuticles.

L'Occitan Almond Delicious Hands - Non-greasy and super moisturizing, and it's enriched with almond milk and almond oil.

For dry lips:

Bobbi Brown Lip Balm - My personal favorite that I think works the best, my only complaint is that it's not in a tube so you have to apply it with your finger.

First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Lip Therapy - Another one of the few products that work for my extremely dry lips. Seriously, so good.

Leave any of your suggestions in the comments! (I'm definitely always open to trying more products). 

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