6 Whole-Body Moisturizers to Stock up on For Fall + Winter
We may be fast approaching sweater weather (honestly, yay), but you’ll smell like vacation in this naturally coconut-scented cream. Shea butter, macadamia oil, cocoa butter, and coconut oil are incredibly moisturizing with lasting power. It’s packed with antioxidants and helps promote elasticity, so you can emerge from hibernation more supple than ever. It’s also one of David Pirrotta’s faves, so you know it’s good stuff.
Deeply nourishing for an all-over glow, this light moisturizer is like a glass of water for your skin. It smells bright and refreshing, keeping the grey-skies blues away due to grapefruit and jasmine extract which also keep things tight and toned.
A timeless, intensive classic, this rich and creamy body moisturizer comes out like a jelly, but rubs in like an oil. Be prepared to sit and lather for a while—use it as an opportunity to give your body a loving self-massage because this formula is emollient. Use it on damp skin to lock in moisture for a super longtime, and rub it into nails and cuticles throughout the day for super flexible strength.
When you’re looking for classic, no-fuss body lotion, this is the holy grail. It’s soothing, hydrating, and anti-inflammatory, making it ideal for dermatitis, eczema, radiation burns, and soothing irritation from post laser hair removal, waxing, and shaving.
Olive oil is historically the richest, best lipid for deeply penetrating hydration. This gorgeous packaging doesn’t hurt either. Give your body what it’s craving in this emollient body oil post bathing, and relish in the scents of Siberian fir and Japanese hinkoki.
The oils in this blend are rare Amazonian actives, cold-pressed for the purest extraction. It’s hydrating, healing, repairing, and of course, firming, to keep things soft and tight all through the fall and winter.
Written by Nicole Lesmeister
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