Your Winter Skincare Glossary

An A-to-Y beauty guide to keeping your skin aglow, Hudson Yards style

2020欧洲杯线上投注There are a lot of theories about how to keep your skin happy and healthy, but all you know is that you feel the need for extra hydration during these dry months, and if you don’t do something soon, you may not make it to spring. Here’s a quick lesson on what ingredients to look for:

Amino Acids

Simple, organic compounds that replenish damaged skin, especially when administered by the facialists at The Spa by Equinox. Book the Couture, and they’ll tailor their techniques to your particular exfoliating, hydrating, and nourishing needs.


This antioxidant, extracted from marigolds, has been used for thousands of years as a soothing, anti-inflammatory. These days, it is one of the magical ingredients in the six-piece set Kiehl’s2020欧洲杯线上投注 is giving away with any purchase of $65 or more, part of its ongoing Healthiest Skin event.


An herb cultivated for its anti-inflammatory and moisturizing oil. You can find it in The Body Shop’s2020欧洲杯线上投注 Hemp Heavy Duty Moisture Protectors—for extremely dry hands, feet, body and lips.


What your skin desperately lacks because of the cold, dry air. Also, the key element in Origins new limited-edition Glo-Co-Nuts coconut moisture mask and popular Drink Up Intensive masks.


The acts or manners of caring for someone or something and, via Neiman Marcus’ aestheticians, the ultimate delight for winter skin. This month the featured luxury skincare collections include those from Elemis Spa, Cle de Peau and Chantacaille Spa.


Physics geeks define this as “involving sound waves above the limits of human hearing.” Muji defines it as the means by which its best-selling diffuser disperses moisture and essential oils into the air. You can define it simply as a powerful way to counteract seasonal dryness.


An Asian citrus fruit, and one of the top fragrance notes in Molton Brown’s2020欧洲杯线上投注 Delicious Rhubarb & Rose Bath & Shower Gel, which nourishes your skin and transports you to warmer days.


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