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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Winthrop chapter.

Hi, Collegiettes! Cold weather is finally here which means cozy sweaters, lots of leggings, and all the pumpkin spice lattes!

Sadly, it also means dry skin. But no worries! We are here to save your skin! Here are the 5 best face masks to use this winter!

1. A’PIEU Banana Milk Face Mask

First up we have the Banana Milk Face Mask by A’PIEU! This face mask smells amazing and is super hydrating! Best of all, it’s only $2.50 and you can find it at Target!

2. Shake & Shot Rubber Smoothing Mask​

​Next up, we ave the Shake & Shot Rubber Smoothing Masy by Dr.Jart+! This mas is so unique and so much fun while also helping you fight the toll that those cold and windy days can take on your skin!

3. SNP Dragon Soothing Sheet Mask

​I absolutely love this face mask! It’s essentially a face mask meets snapchat filter! You’ll have a great time sending funny selfies to your friends while also giving your skin a treat!

4. Lush Oatifix Fresh Face Mask

​This mask is a winter staple for me and it should be for you too! It is super gentle, so it’s perfect for those of you Collegiettes with sensitive skin, and it’s also made with fresh ingredients! It will leave your face feeling soft, nourished, and looking dewy!

5. Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask

​If you’re in the mood to splurge then I highly recommend this mask! While it is definitely pricey, it is worth it! It helps eliminate the dullness and unevenness that cold weather brings! It also smells like pumpkin which is great to put you in the fall mood!

So go forth Collegiettes! Save your skin and live your best life!

Isabelle Burgin

Winthrop '21

Isabelle Burgin is a sophomore Early Childhood Education major and a super proud dog mom of a giant golden fluff ball, Tate "Tater Tot". In her free time you will likely find Isabelle at Target, online shopping, or hanging with her friends. Follow her on instagram: @isabelleburgin.
Winthrop University is a small, liberal arts college in Rock Hill, SC.