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Julie Oliff, Aesthetician, St. Regis Remède Spa
Hometown: Aspen (Average winter temp: 24°F)
Use a salt scrub on your dry skin before you turn on the shower. Look for a formula that contains oil. When you rinse the scrub, leave on some of the oil. After your shower, apply lotion while your skin is still damp to trap the moisture.
A New Laundry Routine
Roberta Hawk, MD., Dermatologist
Hometown: Billings, Montana (Average winter temp: 29°F)
Skip fabric softener and dryer sheets; they contain chemicals and fragrances that can make your skin feel dry and itchy. Switch to a fragrance-free laundry detergent and—unless you've been cleaning a pigsty—use only half the recommended amount. Your clothes don't get that dirty.
Ole Henriksen Rub n' Buff Salt Scrub ($48; Sephora.com)
Clinique Super City Block Oil-Free Daily Face Protector SPF 40 ($21; Clinique.com)
J.R. Watkins Liquid Laundry Detergent, Fragrance-Free ($11; JRWatkins.com)