OK! got some of Hollywood's hottest starlets to share their skin tips for the coldest months!
From the importance of exfoliating to celebs' favorite brands, OK! has everything you need to know to prepare for winter.
Steal these A-list tricks to keep your skin gorgeous as the weather gets cold.
Products in the gallery:
A.G.E. Interrupter, $150, and Hydrating B5 Gel, $69, SkinCeauticals; skinceuticals.com
Wet Cleansing Clots, $4, and All Day UV Moisturizer, $11, OLAY; drugstores nationwide
Green Tea Moisturizer, Proactiv, $18; proactiv.com
Exfoliating Cream, KORA Organics by Miranda Kerr, $57; koraorganics.com
Magic White Ice Hydrating Gel, Arcona, $38; arcona.com
Feel the Difference Perfecting Face Mask, Ole Henriksen, $35; olehenriksen.com
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"In the winter, when my skin gets dry, I use a combination of products from SkinCeuticals," says Gwyneth Paltrow. "A few drops of Hydrating B5 Gel goes a long way in helping to keep my skin fully moisturized. I use this along with their A.G.E. Interrupter, which fights wrinkles, and C E Ferulic, their antioxidant, after washing my face, neck and chest.
Carrie Underwood also knows the benefit of exfoliation in winter months, when skin can be parched. The singer, who's hosting the Country Music Awards on Nov. 9, has her go-to products: "My favorite things are the daily facial cloths because they really take off all the gunk I manage to put on my face," she says. "I've become a very diligent skin care person. I know it's important to take care of myself.
"I love using the Green Tea Moisturizer, especially during the winter months, because it can be so dry outside," says Julianne Hough. "I would say it's my must-have skin care essential for the winter!
Mandy Moore swears by Arcona products, but during the colder months she has a very specific skin care routine. She uses Cranberry Gommage Exfoliant, Magic White Ice (Hydrating Gel) and Wine Hydrating Mask. Mandy says, "I don't just glow because I'm young. Thank you, Arcona!
The stunning supermodel knows winter is synonymous with dry skin, so she exfoliates regularly. "It will help wash away the dead skin cells and leave your skin shiny and smooth," says Miranda Kerr. "I dry brush my body each morning, before I shower, and then use an exfoliating cream up to three times a week.
"You can try avocado oil and rose oil on the face — they're very lightweight and won't make you break out," Blake Lively's makeup artist, Angela Levin, tells OK!.
Skin guru Ole Henriksen's glowing-skin trick? "Protection and hydration are key elements for fluctuating temperatures,