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Naturally protect and heal dry, flaky, winter face

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Let's face it, this winter sucks. It sucks the moisture right out of your skin. Between getting blasted with high winds and blistering sub-zero cold outside, and moisture-zapping furnaces inside, your face is a dull, patchy, scaly disaster. The moisturizer you use the other three seasons isn't enough on its own to restore your natural beauty. Bring on the natural disaster relief team.

Coconut Oil

Skip the water and chemicals from conventional creams, and go right to your kitchen cupboard for skin relief. It's inexpensive. It's pure. It's effective. Your face will drink in the plant fats from coconut oil and return your face to it's healthy sheen. Dr. Bronner Coconut Oil is available online and in health food stores, is USDA organic, fair trade, fresh-pressed and a whopping 14 ounces sells for around $10.99.

Weleda Cold Cream

Skin Food for the face. Beeswax, a key ingredient in Cold Cream, will form a thin, breathable protective layer on skin. As beeswax shields the face from harsh winter elements, almond and peanut oil nourish and heal. Weleda's products are 100% natural and farmed through organic and biodynamic farming practices. Weleda Cold Cream- 1 oz. ($16.50)

Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream

You'll want to continue dousing your skin in this heavenly rich cream, but a little is all you need. A 1.35 ounce tube comes with a $44 price tag, but the high content of organic plants, flowers, and herbs makes Moisture Replenishing Day Cream a must-try. The scent alone is worth the price.

Bring your dull, dead winter skin back to life. Brave the winter armed with the proper healthy tools, and your skin will thank you.

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