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How to Combat Dry Skin and Hair This Winter

My grandmother has given me a lot of great advice over the years, but perhaps her best piece of wisdom? Moisturize every day. Seriously, this woman is 85 years old and her skin—with less wrinkles than many middle-aged women—looks and feels as soft as butter.

So, each night no matter what the season, I obediently lather on the moisturizer before I go to bed. Since I naturally have dry skin, when the cold weather strikes, this routine becomes all the more important. I've recently been giving my hair some extra attention, too. Cold air and hot showers mixed with heat styling tools are a recipe for dry and brittle hair.

Take a cue from Grandma Ferguson, and click through to shop 12 products that will keep you hydrated all season long. You'll thank her later.

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Skin

In addition to hydrating the skin, it also helps reduce redness.


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Skin

This masque requires a little bit of work (you have to mix the packets before use), but you can't beat the price, and the packets are perfect for traveling.


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Skin

My grandmother's top pick for a moisturizer.

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Skin

If it's a silky texture you're after, try these beauty drops.


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Skin

You want a foundation that keeps your skin hydrated throughout the day.


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Skin

Keep a bottle at your desk.
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Lips

When chapstick is not enough.


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Lips

These cute little pods really work. I carry mine around wherever I go.
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Hair

I use this masque in lieu of conditioner every other time I wash my hair. The result? Silky and healthy-looking hair.


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Hair

'Tis the season to invest in a pricey (but totally worth it) shampoo.



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Hair

This six-piece kit has it all.


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Hair and Skin

Those with oil-prone skin and hair may prefer argan oil to thick creams. A tiny drop is all you need.


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