Besides, it’s awfully blustery outside—and we think it’s worth any investment to protect our skin, which is, after all, the body’s largest organ.
Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate, $46, bluemercury in Lake Forest.
I have literally made people to touch my face after using this elixir, which moisturizes and softens my skin, reduces fine lines, and takes under 8 seconds to apply. I notice that when I use it at night, I look significantly less tired or blotchy in the morning. Also, it smells nice. –Katie Rose
Eucerin Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Sensitive Skin Crème, $11, drugstores.
I have Rosacea, so there are very few skincare products I can use. Thankfully, 10 years ago, I found Eucerin Q10, which contains no fragrance, so it doesn’t irritate my skin. Winner of Allure magazine’s 2011 “Best of Beauty,” this rich cream not only moisturizes, it also combats wrinkles and aging with CoEnzyme Q10 and makes my skin noticeably firmer, softer, and smoother (I was told recently by a well-known makeup artist that I have perfect skin). While Eucerin Q10 is a drugstore product, it can be tricky to find, but you can buy it on Amazon.com. –Kerrie
Aquafirm+ Micro-Collagen Moisturizer, $50, skinstore.com
It’s a simple lotion I apply every morning that staves off dry skin in the winter. Added plus: it was crazy free at a raffle. I used to use the Walgreens brand. –Jon
Malin+Goetz Detox Face Mask, $40, malinandgoetz.com
Perfect for all skin types, this quick face mask (only takes five minutes!) pulls impurities from my skin, all the while locking in moisture with calming almond extract and soy protein. It’s my favorite skincare indulgence; especially during the harsh, drying months of winter. –Kendall