26 Hydrating Products We Couldn't Get Through Winter Without

Photographed by Erin Yamagata.
If there's one thing Jack Frost loves, it's sucking every last bit of moisture out of your skin and hair. And if you're one of those people who turns into a giant skin flake come winter, you may be looking to stock up on products that keep things supple — whether it be your hair, face, lips, or hands.

So we've done you a solid and rounded up a handful of products that will keep you super-hydrated all season long. Click through to find our favorite picks for a glowy — not chapped, raw, or dry — complexion. Because not today, Jack. Not today.
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The beauty of this mini bottle is that it can be used for a myriad of benefits — as a face moisturizer, cuticle oil, or to add shine to your hair.

Mullein & Sparrow Pure Series Argan Oil, $24, available at Mullein & Sparrow.
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Not only does the chamomile in this oil nourish your hair shaft, but the rosemary is a heady stimulant for your scalp. We like to use it as an overnight treatment; we woke up with strands so silky, we almost didn't believe it was our own hair.

Little Barn Apothecary Nourishing Hair Oil, $20, available at Little Barn Apothecary.
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Belif's serum is lightweight enough to wear under makeup, but moisturizes your skin as if it were a thick, heavy cream. Plus, there's really nothing better than exclaiming, "The secret to my skin? Hungarian Water Essence!"

Belif Hungarian Water Essence, $42, available at Sephora.
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We suggest slathering this stuff on your hands before bed. (Bonus points if you slip on gloves.) You'll wake up with the smoothest paws —and cuticles — ever.

Burt's Bees Beeswax & Banana Hand Cream, $9, available at Burt's Bees.
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Craving a spa day? When you get out of the shower, smooth this dry oil all over your body. Not only does it impart a sexy musky-floral smell, but it makes your skin look (and feel) its glowiest ever.

Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse Multi-Usage Dry Oil, $29, available at Birchbox.
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Not so into body oils? This rich cream harnesses the power of argan oil in a lighter, creamier formula. Rub it on a few minutes before getting dressed for super-soft but nonsticky skin.

Josie Maran Whipped Argan Oil Ultra-Hydration Body Butter, $35, available at QVC.
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This mask is the shit for dry skin. It's made with a cellulose so thin, it bonds to your face like cellophane, sealing in the hydrating goodness and allowing you to go about your life without worrying about it slipping off mid-treatment. And it smells like cucumber, which for some reason is my favorite skin-care scent.

Farmacy Hydrating Coconut Gel Mask, $24, available at Sephora.
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What do you get when you mix shea butter and hyaluronic acid with avocado and olive oils? This skin-loving moisturizer from Murad. It’s packed with ultra-hydrating ingredients that replenish parched skin, but feels surprisingly lightweight for such a rich product.
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Skip the Vaseline and slather this on your lips when they're looking cracked. Its vitamin C complex gently exfoliates your pout, helping you wake up with luscious lips in the morning.

Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask, $25, available at Peach & Lily.
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But if you're struggling with extremely dry, cracked, and peeling lips, pick up this balm from Jack Black. It even helps protect against windburn and extreme temps, so your mouth is always on point.

Jack Black Intense Therapy Lip Balm, $7.50, available at Beauty.com.
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This cult classic by Iope is one of the best cushion compacts out there. It infuses skin with moisture as the sheer tint evens out your complexion and protects against UV damage. Translation: nice, even coverage, and no flakes or rough patches in sight.

Iope Air Cushion Sunblock XP, $38, available at Peach & Lily.
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This rinse-off skin conditioner is a game changer during cold mornings when the last thing you want to do is lather on frigid lotion after a steaming-hot shower.

Nivea In-Shower Nourishing Body Lotion, $5.99, available at Target.
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When it comes to healing dry skin, there's really nothing better than hyaluronic acid. And this particular serum is chock-full of it, binding moisture to the skin without turning it into an oil slick.

Mizon Hyaluronic Acid 100, $42, available at Peach & Lily.
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This mask only takes three minutes to work its magic, and when it's done, you just blot the excess away. No muss, no fuss, just majorly soft skin.

Sisley Paris Express Flower Gel Hydrating and Toning Mask, $140, available at Sisley Paris.
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Ends looking dry? Make like deputy beauty director Cat Quinn and coat them in this mask. It's a tad heavy — but that's the point — and your hair will look noticeably smoother and shinier afterward.

Oribe Gold Lust Transformative Masque, $62, available at Birchbox.
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But if you don't want to go the full-treatment route, try spritzing some of this into your wet strands instead. It's light but very moisturizing, and smells like straight-up heaven in a bottle.

Sachajuan Leave-In Conditioner, $31, available at Birchbox.
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Intensive lip treatments don't have to be boring. This sheer pink balm from Dior is gorgeous, and leaves lips flake-free.

Dior Addict Lip Glow Color Reviver Balm, $33, available at Nordstrom.
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If you're looking for a natural alternative, this USDA Organic-Certified lip balm delivers. One of our editors describes it as the "best lip balm ever. Period."

John Masters Organics Lip Calm, $6, available at John Masters Organics.
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Davines' OI Hand Balm is made with olive oil, which nourishes and protects hands and cuticles. Plus, its scent is light and virtually undetectable. (Not like a salad.)

Davines OI Hand Balm, $20, available at Davines.
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Sure, it's meant to fix your worst hangover face. But this flexible sheet gives your skin a major dose of moisture, too. Use it on mornings when your face is extra-flaky.

Leaders What Happened Last Night? Revitalizing Mask, $4, available at Ulta.
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A couple of pumps of this leave-in conditioner before blowdrying will protect you from frizz, static, and just general fluff. (You can also load up on it and pull your hair into a cool twist as a treatment.)

GM Reverie Milk Treatment, $42, available at GM Reverie.
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This little bottle is the answer to all of your dry-hair winter woes. Damaged, fine, curly, thick — you can't go wrong with this curly-girl savior.

Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Moist, $2.97, available at Walmart.
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A few drops of this as a final skin-care step give that extra kick of moisture your skin needs. Be sure to pat it in gently (rather than rubbing) for the best results.

Nude Skincare Progenius Omega Treatment Rescue Oil, $68, available at Sephora.
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Struggling with oily or combination skin? This lotion is for you. The gel formula is ultra-light, making it clutch for giving just the right amount of moisture to extra-slick chicks.

Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel, $26, available at Macy's.
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Kérastase's mask is made with sap from the Myrothamnus Flabellifolia plant, which is known for its ability to come back to life after 10 years of near-death. Sound crazy? Imagine what it can do to your dried-out strands.

Kérastase Masque Thérapiste, $62.50, available at Kérastase.
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We've slathered on a lot of hand creams, but many don't seem to fully absorb, sliding across those painful raw bits without actually sinking in and healing them. This gorgeous cream from one of our fave skin-care brands gets the job done, helping our poor hands survive the winter. (And making us feel super-chic in the process.)

Tatcha Indigo Soothing Silk Hand Cream, $38, available at Barney's New York.
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