Living on the East coast of the United States gives me the opportunity to experience the winter season. Yes, snow and ice and those frigid days and nights are part of my life this time of year. I would like to share some of my winter favorites from skin care to home decor. This post is not sponsored by any of the products mentioned below.
Hair care products for the winter season
I am a very simple person when it comes to hair care. I prefer to use natural products as much as possible. I have very curly hair and the one product i would recommend to use is coconut oil. I believe that it helps my hair from getting too dry in the winter season.
Skin care products for the winter season
I tend to get dry skin during the winter so I use products to keep my skin moisturized. I love Burt’s Bees products because they are 99% natural. The products I really like are;
- Burt’s Bees original lip balm
- Bur’s Bees Milk and Honey body lotion
- Bur’s Bees Daily Facial moisturizer
I also use cocoa butter and coconut oil as a body moisturizer.
Foods and drinks i enjoy during the winter
This winter i have not had much oatmeal but this is one of my favorite foods to have during winter. I especially like oatmeal I get from a spanish bakery. My dad gets it for me once in a while and i eat it along with a wonderful fresh baked bread that they make.
My favorite winter beverage is hot chocolate. I do not drink it all the time but i love it very much. I also enjoy ginger tea as well.
Winter home decor
I am not sure if wax warmers would count as home decor but I think they double as interesting decorations around the home as well as providing wonderful scents to each room.
I enjoy using my wax warmers because they somehow make my room seem warmer with the wonderful scents. I also like electric heaters as i am always colder than everyone else. I do not use mine that often but it does make a difference on those extra cold days.
Some extra thoughts
I hope that you are enjoying your winter if you get to experience this season. What are some of your winter favorites? Share them in the comments below.