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Winter beauty must haves for your face

Everyone knows that looking after your skin in the winter is a near possible mission. However, there are a few select beauty products that I think will help save your complexion and prevent the cold weather from drying out your skin. Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream

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Eight Our Cream is one of my holey grail products, and something I come back to time and time again. It’s perfect for putting on just before bed on those specifically dry areas on your face, as it’s gentle and extremely rich. I wouldn’t advice putting this on during the day, as you will end up looking like you have a greasy face, however for the night this product is perfect. It also works wonders on chapped lips.

Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser 

skin-repair-moisturiser The Liz Earle Skin Repair moisturiser is another one of those products I do not know what I’d do without during the winter months. I have re purchased it too many times to count and works amazingly as a daytime moisturiser. It contains vegetable oils, meaning it’s easily absorbed by the skin and therefore presents those dry patches.

Lush Bubble-gum Lip Scrub 

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Chapped lips are one of my biggest bug bares during the winter months, and the perfect remedy for this is the Lush Bubble-gum Lip Scrub. They’re super sweet so don’t taste nasty, and the granules of sugar in them gently remove the dead skin from your lips, meaning they always look as kissable as possible.

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish

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Liza Earle Cleanse and Polish is the perfect product for keeping your skin fresh this winter. Not only does it give a deep skin for your pores, but the use of the hot cloth to remove the product gives a gentle exfoliation at the same time. This removes any dry or flaky skin around your face in the most gentle way possible, meaning you won’t look all read and blotchy afterwards while you’re trying to do your make up.

Contributor: India Opie-Meres