Let’s face it, the last couple months of shuffling between dry indoor heat and the cold outdoor temperatures were unforgiving to your skin, no matter how much moisturizer you’ve applied. Every single year we make false promises about a better skincare routine for the winter season, but we’re left with our feet and hands feeling like sandpaper. So, on the quest for something with a greater potency than the average lotion, we rounded up our most trusted oils for our hair and skin.

Marula: Intensive Hair Treatment & Styling Oil ($46.00) 

Why we love it: Marula oil is best at coating the hair strands to protect them from environmental damage. This brand in particular has a great moisture retention and absorbs seamlessly so you’re not left with a greasy residue.

Marula Oil

Moroccanoil Treatment Original ($44.00)

Why we love it: Holy softness! After a few uses, brittle, dry hair feels infinitely smoother and less hay-like. Plus, it smells incredible.

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Now Skincare: Avocado Oil ($5.99)

Why we love it: It’s rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a great antioxidant for dry skin. And its super lightweight on the skin.

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TRILOGY Rosehip Oil Antioxidant + ($36.00)

Why we love it: Aside from its skin elasticity benefits, it leaves your skin with a radiant afterglow.

Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+

DHC Olive Virgin Oil ($42.00)

Why we love it:  It’s excellent for those with eczema and dry skin. Plus, it leaves your skin looking naturally luminous long after it absorbs.

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Dr. Jart’s Coconut Melt ($10.00)

Why we love it: This multifaceted balm can be applied to all dry surfaces: face, lips, and cuticles! Packed with vitamin E and protein, this coconut oil is the perfect on-the-go staple.

Dr. Jackson Coconut Melt– Yasmine Rimawi