The pumpkin candles are burning, the sweaters are out, the temperatures are dropping, and I can already feel my hair and skin getting drier… Today I’m going over how to beat the cold weather dry skin and hair by using quality, hydrating ingredients like cocoa butter, coconut oil, Shea butter, and olive oil. Time to hydrate those locks and your pretty skin!
Over the past few weeks, I did some testing with Palmer’s products to prep myself for fall and winter dryness. Today I’m sharing with you some of my absolute favorites that really make a huge difference on my skin and hair. Palmer’s is one of my all-time favorite natural and affordable skincare brands that is incredible at hydrating the skin and hair. Having been around for 175 years (yes, you read that right) you know their products are going to provide quality results.
How to Prevent and Repair Dry Skin
The Original Solid moisturizer melts into your skin for deep hydrating, creating a protective barrier that locks in moisture. This jar is amazing for all skin types, but especially amazing at curing those dry skin woes when the temperature drops.
If you are looking for a reliable, everyday lotion, this is for you! Made with coconut oil and coconut milk, the moisturizer gives you an immediate boost plus lasting hydration throughout the day.
Palmer’s Coconut Oil Body Oil | $5.95
Have you jumped on the dry brushing trend yet? I am absolutely loving this relaxing, rejuvenating body care tactic and my favorite way to finish it off is with Palmer’s Coconut Oil Body Oily. My skin feels so completely freshened and soft the next morning and the smell is heavenly.
How to Prevent and Repair Dry Hair
I love a good self-care Sunday filled with some self-love and masks. To add to the spa-like experience, the coconut oil deep conditional hair mask is AMAZING! The mask helps to repair damage, strengthen your hair, and then seal in the moisture.
It’s hard to find a good leave-in conditioner that doesn’t leave your locks feeling like there is actually conditioner left in it. I love this easy, spray in hair hydrator and you really can’t beat it for the price.
When the humidity gets low and the temperatures drop, fly aways are at an all-time hight. I am quite picky with hair shine serum, but love this coconut oil-based one. A little goes a long way and it makes your hair look much more put together. It’ll be a life-saver this fall and winter!
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