The 10 Best nourishing beauty buys
Indulge in some all-over rehydration with products providing TLC from the top of your head to the tips of your toes
£21.33, Dr Jart, boots.com
The VitaLaser serum is designed to even skin tone and pigmentation, but also deals admirably with weather-beaten redness and dryness.
£8.95, Elizabeth Arden, available nationwide
This was formulated to help burns victims to fade their scars but such was its hydrating and nourishing qualities, it became a favourite.
£5.25, Philip Kingsley, philipkingsley.co.uk
Cold weather plays havoc with your scalp, so set free the debris and loosen up your locks with this easily applied mask, ideal for fortnightly use at home.
£19.50, Aveda, johnlewis.com
Apply Aveda's Daily Hair Repair to towel-dried hair before blow-drying and it'll ensure locks stay glossy and lush, and resilient in the face of winds and storms.
£9, OPI, available nationwide
OPI's strengthener promises to get weakened nails back up to scratch (no pun intended) and provides a tidy gloss effect while letting daylight boost them too.
£4.99, Neutrogena, available nationwide
Slick this on after the shower and say goodbye to scaly shins and corned-beef arms.
£49, Kiehl's, selfridges.co.uk
This concentrated anti-wrinkle unguent from Kiehl's is made up of 10 per cent vitamin C and contains various fatty acids to plump and restore your battered phiz.
£25, Margaret Dabbs, margaretdabbs.co.uk
This moisturiser is rich and creamy but sinks in immediately. After a week's use, your feet will feel like those of a cosseted princess.
£12, Bliss, blissworld.co.uk
Scrub scraggly, chapped and flaking lips smooth again with this sugary exfoliator from Bliss, which will slough off the dry bits and leave them kissably soft.
£69.50, Dr Perricone, perriconemd.co.uk
This butter-like lotion melts on application so there's no lingering oiliness and it doesn't clog pores, but it moisturises like no other.
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