Beauty

Feed Your Skin

The season’s best culinary ingredients can make you look better, too.

Feed Your Skin
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Spices will increase circulation in the skin and give you a radiant, natural glow when applied topically—with the added bonus of invigorating aromatherapy.
Silicone-free Kiehl’s Aromatic Blends Fig Leaf & Sage Skin-Softening Body Lotion ($26; kiehls.com) moisturizes skin with a botanical blend of oils.
Sothys Paris Delicious Scrub Cinnamon and Ginger Escape ($45; sothys-usa.com) is full of ginger and nutmeg granules to give your whole body a glow.
Pattern Nutmeg Moisturizing Body Wash ($20; patternbodywash.com) combats dry skin and promotes relaxation with extracts of nutmeg, amber, cardamom and lavender.

Pumpkins pack nourishing beta-carotene and vitamin A, along with powerful enzymes that dissolve dead cells and brighten skin.
Handcrafted Nesti Dante Horto Botanico Pumpkin Soap ($9; granducati.com) softens skin and bestows a sweet scent.
Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Peel & Reveal Dermal Resurfacer ($58; peterthomasroth.com) exfoliates with pumpkin enzyme for a more even skin tone.
Apply MyChelle Dermaceuticals Pumpkin Renew Cream ($26; mychelle.com) daily to hydrate and replenish skin’s lipid barrier.

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