What's Your Cold Weather Beauty Secret?

01/11/2007 at 10:28 AM ET

As the temperatures drop, our beauty maintenance goes up! Dry skin, static-y hair, chapped lips — you name the cold weather problem, we get it! We rely on a battery of products, especially our hand creams from Lush and Caudalie to get us through the work day. And we’ve recently discovered Frederic Fekkai’s Winter Hair line, that actually reduces the look of hat hair and tames static. Tell us: What’s your cold weather beauty secret? What’s your must-have winter product?

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KT fr Cda on

I use Les Karites Beauty Milk with Shea Butter by Home Institut Paris for my hands. My hands get really dry in the winter and this is working. It also staves off my eczema that usually happens every winter. So far so good. I keep one in the kitchen and one beside my bed. I apply as often as I need it. Its a bit pricy but well worth it.

Autumn on

I LOVE everything from Lush!!! They make miracle products!

C on

My must haves for winter (if it ever really gets here to the northeast): Static guard, Aveeno Intense Relief hand cream and C.O. Bigelow Ultra Mentha Lip Shine.

Grace on

Lip gloss!

Jessica on

LUSH’s Dream Cream. A miracle in a jar, and its benefits just increase with regular use. The greatest moisturizer ever made, EVER. You’ll only believe it once you try it.

regina on

dr. hauschka’s rose creme. it’s really good for dry and sensitive skin. and it smells nice.

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