11 Self-Warming Beauty Products
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Hot in Here1 of 12
By Lisa Cohen Lee
There's no better time than the middle of winter to try self-heating hair, makeup and skincare products. From a spicy lip oil to a warm clay mask, these 11 must-haves will give you a temporary reprieve from the polar vortex.
Bright On2 of 12
H2O+'s brightening mask targets discoloration and dull skin, all while providing your skin with a gentle warming sensation. It contains ingredients like sophora root and algae, which are supposed to inhibit melanin production and prevent dark spots.
SHOP NOW: H2O+ Waterwhite Advanced brightening mask, $40, h2oplus.com
Worth Salt3 of 12
Exfoliate dry, flaky skin with Bliss's self-heating salt body scrub. The benefits are twofold: Sea salt sloughs off dead cells, while eucalyptus and rosemary oils hydrate your skin, leaving it smooth and soft.
SHOP NOW: Bliss hot salt scrub, $38, blissworld.com
Hot Head4 of 12
Heat opens up hair cuticles so hydrating ingredients can absorb into each strand and moisturize. On the flipside, cold water's known to close cuticles. Apply L'Oréal's repair treatment to your locks, allow it to heat up for up to three minutes and rinse out for silkier, smoother strands.
SHOP NOW: L'Oréal Oleo Therapy self-heating hot oil, $13, lorealparisusa.com
Come Clean5 of 12
In addition to hair cuticles, heat can also help open up your pores. That's the idea behind Biore's cleanser, which warms your skin on contact. Then the cleanser's ingredients, like clay and salicylic acid, work to clear skin of dirt and grime.
SHOP NOW: Biore warming anti-blackhead cleanser, $6, drugstore.com
Makes Scents6 of 12
Aside from smelling fantastic, the menthol and eucalyptus oils in Molton Brown's scrub help alleviate stuffy sinuses. Plus, the scrub's made with sea salts that smooth away flaky skin.
SHOP NOW: Molton Brown warming eucalyptus ginger body scrub, $48, moltonbrown.com
Feet First7 of 12
If you've got cracked heels and rough patches on your feet, treat them with Freeman's scrub. The pumice-laced gel, scented with peppermint and tea tree oil, exfoliates and softens worn-out feet.
SHOP NOW: Freeman Bare Foot peppermint + plum warming scrub, $4, drugstore.com
Hot Lips8 of 12
Here's a shortcut to fuller lips: Bite Beauty's lip oil has cinnamon and pepper oil which stimulate circulation to plump up your pucker. Swipe it on, and you'll also see a natural-looking flush after application.
SHOP NOW: Bite Beauty cinnamon plumping lip oil, $22, sephora.com
Smooth Operator9 of 12
When you rub Boscia's gel into your skin, it turns into a warm lather that washes away makeup and oil. Thanks to glycolic acid and vitamin C, the cleanser's also supposed to help improve your skin's texture and reduce the appearance of fine lines
SHOP NOW: Boscia detoxifying black cleanser, $28, sephora.com
Oil Rush10 of 12
The cloves, orange and lavender essential oils in this body oil warm up when applied to your skin. Apply a few moisturizing drops to your body during or after your shower.
SHOP NOW: Farmaesthetics warming oil, $18, farmaesthetics.com
Face Time11 of 12
Snowed in? Make it a spa day with The Body Shop's heat-producing mask, a combination of clay, cinnamon oil and ginger that cleans out pores. As a bonus, it's designed to be mild enough for sensitive skin.
SHOP NOW: The Body Shop warming mineral mask, $13, thebodyshop-usa.com
Take a Shine12 of 12
If you have color-treated or over-processed hair, try Josie Maran's repair oil. Made with vitamin E-rich argan and jojoba oils, the self-heating treatment heals breakage over time (according to the brand's own studies, it reduces breakage by 79 percent and improves detangling by 76 percent).
SHOP NOW: Josie Maran argan hot oil self-heating hair treatment, $36, sephora.com
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