Left to Right: Clarisonic Brush | Boscia Purifying Cleanser | Sue Devitt Oxygen Masque | Coconut Oil | Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate | Tan Towels

If you live somewhere with winters like Chicago you know it’s impossible to make it through the season in one piece without altering your skincare routine to protect you from the harsh temperatures.  These are our go to products that get us to spring.  What are yours?



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11 Responses to Winter Skin Solutions

  1. I run a humidifier at night. I cleanse with DHC Deep Cleansing Oil and Olive Soap at night and follow up with moisturizer and serum as needed. It’s overkill to wash the face morning and night: I wash at nighttime only to remove makeup.

    • thechicagolifeblog says:

      Couldn’t agree more about washing your face only once a day… as for the humidifier… we’ll have to try it! :)

  2. Caitlin F. says:

    My Clarisonic=DUH. I love Boscia! That is my must have cleanser. Right now I’m using Neutrogena Sensitive Moisturizer, and I am digging that, but Perricone’s Nourishing Moisturizer is my absolute fave for dry skin.

  3. I love coconut oil! I use it everyday. I also want to try Avocado oil – I heard that is really good too.

  4. drsusieg says:

    The Clarisonic I got for my birthday last year is the singlemost effective anti-aging tool I have ever used. Afterward, I use Shiseido Benefiance Wrinkle Resist Eye Cream (it really works in minutes), and Alpha Hydrox (10% glycolic acid and it’s cheap at Walgreens).

  5. thechicagolifeblog says:

    Couldn’t agree more about the Clarisonic! We’ll have to check out the other products. Who doesn’t love a good Walgreens find?! Thanks for reading! xx

  6. MiCheng says:

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  7. moviejoltz says:

    Great tips here. Since I am not a winter person, I will be trying some of the suggestions. Thank you for the post.

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