FreshFloral Recovery Calming Mask, £59
Winter Essential For Dry Skin
A hydrating face mask is a winter skincare essential for all skin types. With its silky, lightweight, creamy texture, Fresh’s latest offering was made for soothing dry, chapped skin. We apply one thin layer of the cream mask across our face and neck area, and then press an extra layer onto very dry areas. If your skin is feeling particularly dry, swap this in as a night cream once or twice a week.
Dr. Dennis GrossAdvanced Retinol + Ferulic Texture Renewal Serum, £59.2
Winter Essential For Oily & Acne-Prone Skin
Dr Dennis Gross Ferulic + Retinol range is nothing short of exceptional and this serum is a winter essential for oily and acne-prone skin as it helps to rebalance and renew without stripping your skin. While retinol, bakuchiol and ferulic acid gently exfoliate, renew and refine skin, squalane and hyaluronic acid hydrate. Introduce this serum into your winter skincare routine twice a week. To maximise the results, follow with the NEW Dr. Dennis Gross Advanced Retinol + Ferulic Intense Wrinkle Cream, £61.6.
Dr. Jart+Cicapair Tiger Grass Sleepair Intensive Mask, £14
Winter Essential For Sensitive Skin
If you have sensitive or rosacea-prone skin, Dr Jart+’s Tiger Grass range can help soothe irritation. Our favourite product from the line-up is this overnight mask. Infused with calming tiger grass, prebiotics and water-retaining humectants, the formula helps to hydrate, nourish and ease irritation and redness while you sleep. It’s the perfect bi-weekly treatment to help take the edge off the effects of the cold weather and central-heating.
Paula's ChoiceHyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster, £24
Winter Essential For Dry Lips
If you want a lip product that goes the extra mile, Paula’s Choice Lip Booster is worth investing in. Jam-packed with hyaluronic acid and squalane, the gel-like treatment hydrates and locks-in moisture to banish dry, chapped lips. It’s particularly good for anyone who finds their face mask dries out their lips.
Mario BadescuHyaluronic Eye Cream, £17.25
Winter Essential For Dry Eyes
Mario Badescu might be renowned for its Drying Lotion, but this eye cream packs a hydrating punch and is incredibly soothing. With the help of hyaluronic acid, aloe vera and safflower seed oil, this whipped cream helps to nourish and calm the delicate eye area regardless of how low the temperatures drop.
The OrdinaryHyaluronic Acid 2% + B5, £6.4
Winter Essential For Makeup Wearers
If you go through patches of having dry skin in the winter and don’t want to radically change your skincare routine, you might find a booster handy. The Ordinary’s Hyaluronic Acid Serum can be added into your usual moisturiser or foundation to give both a moisture boost. If you find your foundation doesn’t last as long as it does throughout the rest of the year, it’s definitely worth adding one or two drops of hyaluronic acid into it.
VotaryNatural Glow Day Cream, £70
Winter Skin Essential For Dull Skin
Dry and combination skin types can find their complexion looks a little dull and lacklustre during the winter months. Votary’s latest skincare offering is supercharged with natural ingredients to boost your glow and banish dullness almost instantly. It’s the perfect choice for anyone who relies on their skincare to bring the glow rather than makeup.
Sarah ChapmanPlatinum Pep8 Stem Cell Serum, £185
Winter Skin Essential For Fine Lines
Packed full of peptides and ceramides, Sarah Chapman’s latest serum is a must-have for anyone looking to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles. The brand has also included gardenia stem cells to help combat UV damage, while hyaluronic acids hydrates and plumps out skin cells. Use one pipette as part of your morning and evening routines, before your usual moisturiser.