Your face needs extra care with these chillier temperatures, plus protective-mask-wearing takes its toll on skin. Here, some new daily moisturizers to consider, plus some classic tried-and-trues. —Catherine Dunwoody
dr. belmeur advanced cica hydro cream. Refreshingly cool-feeling on the face, this gel-cream ($60 at Nature Collection) gives skin a much-needed drink. Aptly named “hydro” (hydration), it contains hyaluronic acid and beta glucan. Love the apothecary jar design, too.
goop genes all-in-one nourishing face cream. Oh Gwyneth, what more can you and your team bring us that is fabulous? Just launched this past August, this scentless, super-nourishing face cream ($130 at Sephora) absorbs quickly and is ideal for both morning and evening use.
cetaphil daily facial moisturizer. Does everything sting your sensitive skin? This classic is often in makeup artists’ bags as it feels comfy and calming on most faces. Oil-free and ideal for acne prone skin (which still needs moisture), you can’t beat the price ($14 at Walmart).
belif true cream moisturizing bomb. Don’t let the “bomb” put you off, this Korean skin-care brand is all about the love when it comes to your face. This cream ($50 at Sephora) contains oat extract and comfrey leaf, is super moisturizing and smoothing, and is great for normal and leaning-toward-dry skin types.
cle de peau volumizing cream supreme. Yes, at $475 (at Holt Renfrew) this is a super splurge, but a little (pea-size dab) goes a long way. Japan’s No. 1 luxury skin-care brand just launched this rich, volumizing cream meant to result in plumper, firmer skin.