Thursday, February 6, 2014

Cold Weather Essentials

These are my cold weather essentials:

For my face:


For my lips and knuckles:

And if my hands are to the point of no return - AKA bleeding from being too dry....:



Tell me your secret to soft and moisturized face and hands in arctic weather!

11 comments:

Jessica said...

I love the Yu Be Moisturizing cream. It was apparently made for people who climb mt everest to protect their skin from the cold. I got it in a birchbox and have bought a few tubes since!

xx BHB said...

Every night before bed it's Blistex Lip Medex. I'm with you on Vaseline, though - cures EVERYTHING!

Dee Stephens said...

Aquaphor on my lips and hands.

Portuguese Prepster said...

neosporin is a miracle worker

Miss Southern Prep said...

I love Vaseline for my lips!

Whitney said...

I recently got a bottle of Philosophy's Hands of Hope as a gift and really like it! Also, applying some cuticle oil each night has helped this winter!

Cindy Goldstein said...

I so enjoy the blog. I as well like reading about Mills and his loving humans.
We live in MI. Our go to for chapped-rough-dry and little cuts on our fingertips, near to the cuticles is Vicks Vapor Rub. It works! We place it on the affected site and sleep.
In the a.m. it is on the way to healing.

wahine0814 said...

My hands are such a mess this time of year, and not helped a bit by my constant washing and using hand sanitizer. I have to agree with Dee - Aquaphor is the best thing I've found!

Erin R said...

I'm a Burt's Bees addict, and love Vaseline on my heels and elbows.

Glitterista said...

I'm a big vaseline fan, and I use Josie Moran argan oil on my face. I also swear by Vaseline Intensive Rescue hand cream. ;)

The Mama Duck Blog said...

Have you ever tried No Crack hand cream? I swear by it. They sell it in scents at Restoration Hardware but that's just not my style. My mom brings me some from the local pharmacy back home every time she comes. I have little trial ones if you'd ever like to try them they're yours! There's a day and night formula. Walk soon?