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I don’t know about you guys, but we had some serious blizzards here last week! When I went grocery shopping the roads were so bad, we could hardly see a thing. Now the weather is changing like crazy and it’s actually 52 degrees outside, but winter isn’t over yet and The Weather Channel says it’s highly likely we’ll get more snow before it warms up for good.
So today I thought I’d share the best snow day products that kept me warm and cozy when the world outside was coated in white and the last thing I wanted to do is go out.
1 // Waking up in the morning and seeing all that snow outside always makes me want to jump in a hot shower. I have a wide variety of body washes to choose from depending on my mood, and of course the blizzard mood calls for something warm and milky, like Perlier Honey And Lavender Bath & Shower Cream [
$25 9.79 for 8.4 oz, available here]. Just the name alone sounds like it’s perfect for winter! You know what else it’s good for? De-stressing after a long day. I’ve been a fan of Perlier for a very long time, and while some of their products worked better than others, the body washes are definitely up there in my top 5. This one has a gentle low-pH non-stripping formula and looks like a milky lotion. It also smells divine! It’s not a natural fragrance, but it sure smells like one, and it’s perfectly subtle yet strong enough to linger on the skin for a bit.
2 // Another favorite, Perlier Kaki Elasticizing Moisturizing Milk [
$30 $11.89 for 6.7 oz, available here] is like comfort food for your skin, but without the calories. It did make me crave a large slice of a homemade sweet potato pie though, but who’s judging? This body milk is one of those magical products that feels lightweight, yet has the moisturizing power of a rich body butter, so even someone with oily skin can use it without the fear of clogged pores and body breakouts. I remember one time about 2 years ago I got a really bad case of bacne all because I used a body butter that was too rich, and it was in the Summer too. Should’ve known better, I know, but lesson learned now. Zero issues with this one so far!
3 // While my body is perfectly fine with lightweight moisture, my hands crave some serious TLC. I confess that I am not that great about wearing gloves in the winter, and I don’t wear them when I do laundry either, so my hands always feel extra dry. I tried, like, a gazillion of different hand creams and found a few gems that are worth every penny, like this Aesop Reverence Aromatique Hand Balm [$27.29 for 2.5 oz, available here]. This rich balm comes in a squeezable metal tube and looks like something you’d get at a European pharmacy. This concentrated treatment will help revive dry hands and cuticles, while delivering aromatherapy properties [hence the name – aromatique]. The woody-herbal fragrance is strong, almost overpowering, but it’s natural so it doesn’t feel cloying. All in all, I love this hand cream!
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Do you have any snow day or rainy day essentials? have you tried any of the products mentioned above? Let me know in the comments!
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