Blizzards, freezing rain and record low temps can do a number on our skin, not to mention our overall well-being. (No one ever wishes you a “happy winter” like they do at the beginning of summer.) Show yourself some self-love while taking care of that dry and dull complexion with one of these ten at-home skin care treatments. They’re proven to be effective by hundreds of reviewers, so you can boast a warm glow even in the depths of January.
Clarisonic Smart Profile Uplift
If you’re wearing more makeup in winter to combat pasty skin, be wary of clogged pores. This two-in-one device provides a micro-firming massage and skin cleansing that is up to six times more effective than your hands alone.
e.l.f. Brush Mask Tool
So you can apply hydrating masks all season without any added bacteria from your fingers.
Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Mask
A revolutionary at-home way to really freak out your roommates (and treat any seasonal breakouts in less than ten minutes).
This version of the silicone brush is meant for sensitive skin and exfoliates without trapping dirt or grime.
Dr. Dennis Gross SpectraLite EyeCare Pro
A powerful, hands-free LED light that’s sort of like a healthy version of tanning. It can penetrate the deep layers of skin to boost collagen and smooth the appearance of lines and wrinkles, giving you a fresh glow.
Dr. Dennis Gross ($159)
Rejuvenate your under-eyes while binge-watching The Crown.
GloPRO Microneedling Set
Always been curious about microneedling? This season is a good time to start since it helps to resurface dead skin cells and refresh a dull complexion.
Beauty Bioscience ($249)
No matter how fun your holiday party was, it may have a downside: Tired skin. This microcurrent tool works to gently tone and improve elasticity to visibly lift your skin.
Sigma Beauty Go Clean Duo
You don’t need fancy treatments to give you a boost. Sometimes all it takes is a clean set of brushes.
Sigma Beauty ($35)
Skin Inc. Tri-Light
A fuss-free home spa device that combines the power of colored LED Chromotherapy and low-frequency stimulation so you can tackle multiple skin concerns, from redness to crow’s feet, in a flash (literally).
Skin Inc. ($265)