5 best beauty products from Target to keep skin hydrated

Thayers Natural Remedies Witch Hazel Alcohol Free Toner

To set your skin up for success, Henry highly recommends applying a toner after cleansing and before the rest of the products in your routine. This gentle formula is packed with witch hazel, aloe vera, and rose water — all ingredients that the dermatologist says can hydrate your skin and balance PH levels. And because it’s made without alcohol, it won’t dry out skin, says Henry. If the brand sounds familiar, it’s because Thayers has been making witch hazel since 1847 – a product poised for a comeback this year. “Once again, what’s old is new!” says Hendrik.

The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5

If there’s one ingredient Henry wants you to keep in mind this season, it’s hyaluronic acid. She calls the hydrator a “miracle molecule” because it can hold 100 times its weight in water — translation: a super hydrated complexion. This popular serum from The Ordinary contains two percent hyaluronic acid and vitamin B5, which Henry says can also strengthen the skin barrier.

RoC Deep Wrinkle Retinol Patches (Pack of 6)

Fighting wrinkles is a year-round battle, but these retinol patches are especially good for complexions affected by the harsh winter weather. Each patch acts as an anti-aging treatment, designed to target fine lines “at the source”. According to the brand, 97 percent of users saw results after just one application.

Cantu Pure Cocoa Butter Moisturizing Raw Blend

Henry says that during the colder months, the drop in humidity can accelerate water loss can then lead to dry and inflamed skin. She suggests reaching for this pure cocoa and shea butter to help skin retain moisture. And as an additional advantage, this product is multifunctional: you can use it on skin and hair!

Editor’s Note: The product above is sold out, but we’ve found a similar option below.

Cantu cocoa butter body cream

Cantu also has this moisturizing body cream.

Aveeno Cica restorative foot mask

“Our feet really suffer during the winter season,” says Henry. “They have fewer oil glands and are less able to maintain their hydration levels.” For a quick fix, the dermatologist recommends leaving this nourishing foot mask on for 10 minutes. Once the shea butter and prebiotic oats do their job, she says you’ll have “baby soft” skin.

Editor’s Note: The product above is sold out, but we’ve found a similar option below.

Holler and Glow You Wanna Peach of Me refreshing foot mask

This foot mask is packed with skin-loving ingredients like hyaluronic acid, peach extract, and shea butter.

5 best beauty products from Target to keep skin hydrated

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