Winter is not the best time for us beauty and makeup junkies. Our options get limited-thanks to the enumerable skin problems that surface during winter.

If you’re wondering how to ace your beauty game during winter, this story is just what you need to read.

Here are our 5 holy grail products without which we cannot survive winter!

#1 Petroleum jelly
 

#1 Petroleum jelly

The very versatile Vaseline Petroleum Jelly, hands down, is a life saver in winter. This age old classic product can be used for chapped lips, flaky skin or even dry cuticles—its a solution for all your skin problems. Always keep Vaseline in your kitty and that should sortout most of your winter skin woes, we promise!

#2 A light face moisturiser
 

#2 A light face moisturiser

Winter is bound to make your skin dry, flaky and dull as it deprives your skin of its natural moisture. So make sure you nourish your skin from within, every night with the Ponds Light Moisturiser. It sits light on your skin, hydrates it and keeps it soft and supple. Get your hands on this baby, rn.

#3 A solid BB cream
 

#3 A solid BB cream

Foundations are not an ideal choice in winter since the skin feels mostly dry. It will cling onto your dry skin patches and make your base look uneven. Also it will wreck a havoc on your skin. Switching to the Ponds BB Cream we think will be the best thing to do as it is lightweight, gives decent coverage and does not crease.

#4 Cleanse well
 

#4 Cleanse well

Washing your face is a must no matter what season it is. But during winter specifically, lay your hands on this Dove Beauty Moisture Conditioning Facial Cleanser Wash for all the right reasons. This face wash gives you an instant glow, nourishes your skin from within and makes it feel soft and plump.

#5 Pamper yourself with a lush body lotion
 

#5 Pamper yourself with a lush body lotion

Last, but equally important for your skin during winter is a body lotion that will pamper your skin and keep it well moisturised. The Dove Purely Pampering Shea Butter Body Lotion we think is perfect for winter.