George's skin care essentials for cold weather

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George's skin care essentials for cold weather
"Even in sunny Southern California I get a little pasty in the winter so this brings a little dose of healthy color to my otherwise sallow complexion."
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"I know, it's decadent but it lasts quite a long time.  Plus I like the way it tastes."
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"The dry skin needs to get scrubbed away and this is gentle enough to not dry out the skin even more."
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"This is the best for cracked knuckles when moisturizer isn't enough plus it's great on the feet."
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"I can take my hat or hood off without my hair looking like it did when I was in grade school on picture day."
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"This one is non-greasy and has SPF 15 because protecting your skin from sun damage is important all year long."
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"I'm a wintertime bathtub guy only.  All I want to do after the gym on a cold day is soak in a hot bath.  The brown sugar softens and moistens the skin while the bicarbonate of soda lifts away dry skin."
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"Going from toasty warm inside to cold outside is rough on the skin so I switch to their more intense formula to help keep my skin nice and soft."
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Every February, fashion's fiercest fans brave the cold weather and snow covered streets for a week of epic fashion, celeb sightings, and incredible street style. While it may be toasty in the tents at Lincoln Center, outside the weather can wreak havoc on your skin.

We asked StyleList Guest Editor George Kotsiopoulos to share his favorite skin care products for the cold, dry weather and we've already saved a few of his picks to our shopping cart. Whether you're in dire need of a great lip balm before your favorite show or looking for the perfect scrub after a long day of blogging, George has got you covered.

Click through the gallery above to see all nine of his skin care essentials.
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