It may be fall for some people but there are many places around the world that don’t even have a fall season! Cities like Denver and New York City skip the fall weather and go straight to winter. Whatever the case may be, we want to make sure that you’re prepared for the upcoming winter season. A lot of times, people keep the same skincare products year-round but did you know that you should be swapping out your beauty favorites with the change of seasons? Oftentimes, when people think of cold weather, they associate the importance of moisture and hydration. There are so many great moisturizers on the market that cater to your skin type and wallet, of course. Here are our favorite moisturizers of all time to prep you for the colder months of the year.

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Garnier SkinActive Water Rose 24H Moisture Cream, $12

Garnier’s SkinActive collection is something that is not discussed often but should be! The water-cream is super refreshing on the skin and the rosewater provides so many great benefits to the skin. For the price, you just can’t beat it.

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Olay Regenerist Retinol24 Max Night Hydrating Moisturizer, $44

They say Retinol is good for the skin. I never knew how true that statement was until I tried products that contained retinol myself. This blend feels so good on the face and the retinoids formulated in it boost collagen production and evens out the skin.

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Neutrogena Bright Boost Overnight Recovery Gel Cream, $27

If you haven’t tried a gel-cream, I highly recommend it! It feels so dang good on the skin and this one specifically is for those of you that want to wake up with beautiful, brighter skin in the mornings. It contains Neoglucosamine which helps reduce the appearance of any dark spots on the face and fights against dullness.

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Banila Co Miss Flower & Mr. Honey Cream, $42

For the longest time, I was terrified of testing out products that had a fragrance to it. My sensitive skin absolutely hates scents but I’m so glad I came out of my shell and tried out this product. The honey in the product helps fight against acne. Its consistency is so rich and makes my skin look plump and hydrated.

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Dermalogica Barrier Repair, $47

Another great moisturizer for those of you with sensitive skin is this repair from Dermalogica. It contains ginger root, vitamin C, kernel oil, and much more that help protects the skin. It’s also a great agent to use to calm down the skin from any redness,