Protective Face Creams for Dry, Winter-Worn Skin

When your moisturizer is no match for the cold and your skin is left parched, tired, and worse for wear, you call for backup.

Mario Badescu Protective Face Creams for Dry, Winter Skin

Enter protective day creams: ultra-rich, moisture-intensive formulas designed to deeply nourish and help shield skin against harsh weather conditions. These are sumptuous, decadent face creams that replenish depleted complexions and restore bounce to wind-chapped skin.

Sound like you? Here are our most beloved winter face creams, ranked from lightest to richest so you can find your perfect cold-weather skin savior.

ORANGE PROTECTIVE CREAM

Our most lightweight formula in the line, infused with Orange Peel Extract to provide a rejuvenating boost.

GINSENG MOIST CREAM

An energizing formula that brings back the life to dull, dehydrated skin.

PROTECTIVE DAY CREAM

A cold-weather staple. Creamy yet fast-absorbing, this classic formula helps replenish, lock in moisture, and protect against dehydration.

HYALURONIC DAY CREAM

Skin-conditioning oils and moisture-binding humectants revive dry, dull skin—leaving your complexion soft, smooth, and perfectly dewy.

SKIN RENEWAL COMPLEX

A rejuvenating formula that helps promote a brighter, more youthful-looking complexion.

KERA MOIST CREAM

A rich formula designed to help alleviate discomfort from dryness and deeply moisturize parched skin.

HYDRO-EMOLLIENT CREAM

Famously known as our “in-flight” face cream. This ultra-nourishing formula deeply moisturizes depleted skin and helps reinforce its protective moisture barrier.

CAVIAR DAY CREAM

A luxurious, skin-smoothing formula infused with Caviar Extract to revitalize depleted skin.

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Author: Kimberly Yang

I hold these truths to be self-evident, that skin care is paramount, green tea is everything, and the Internet rules all (typical Gen-Y philosophy; if it wasn't 'grammed, it never happened). Also pertinent: writer, content creator, national sales director at Mario Badescu. For more about me, visit my Google+ page.

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