A Hydrating serum:Caudalie S.O.S. Thirst-Quenching Serum Dehydration can happen to all skin type, including oily and acne-prone because it is cause by a loss of water. This serum is oil-free and formulated with natural ingredient. Apply it before your regular face cream, once to twice a day.
A comforting lip balm:La Roche PosayCeralip Winter is often synonymous with chapped and dry lips. This is my favorite balm because it is really nourrishing thanks to a rich but not greasy formula (I already featured this product in a former post on how to get soft lips).
A rich moisturizer:Chanel Hydra Beauty Nutrition I tried this cream while I was visiting my family in Italy for Christmas. The weather was terribly cold and my dry skin needed a stronger moisturizer. I tried it. I loved it. I ended up buying the full size cream and my skin is so happy!
An oil-based makeup remover:The Body ShopCamomille Sumptuous Cleansing Butter Most makeup removers need cotton pads, which can be irritating eventually. Oil makeup remover just need to be washed out with warm water, which is less agressive to the skin. I mention this cleasing butter from The Body Shop in my top 12 products of 2014.
A nourrishing hand cream: Nuxe Reve de Miel Hand & Nails cream Our hands are the first in line to suffer from low temperature. This cream does not only treat your hands, but also you nails, which are usually weakened by the cold weather. Bonus, the smell is divine and texture penetrate very easily.