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Good Enough to Eat: 5 Pumpkin Beauty Products for Fall5 Pumpkin Beauty Products for Fall
It’s officially pumpkin season and, as you already know, this orange ingredient isn’t just for spiced skim lattes and pies. That’s right: pumpkins are also filled with enzymes that work wonders on one’s skin, from clearing up acne, to nourishing dry problem spots. So to celebrate the start of fall, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite pumpkin infused products that are good enough to eat:
June Jacobs Perfect Pumpkin Enzyme Polish, $60, junejacobs.com
Looking to slough of dry skin? Well, you can’t go wrong with this fabulously sweet scented scrub by June Jacobs that smells just like a piece of pie. The formula uses pumpkin enzymes, crushed bamboo, and jojoba micro beads to help remove dead cells, along with natural acids to leave skin feeling silky and smooth. Use it twice a week to stay glowing all season long.
MyChelle Incredible Pumpkin Peel, $26.99, mychelle.com
This all-natural, organic product is loaded with pumpkin extract, an antioxidant that exfoliates and hydrates your skin. Simply apply a thin layer of the gel after cleansing, and rinse after three to five minutes. You may feel a slight tingle as the formula works to deep clean your pores. The end result? Instantly cleaner, softer skin, with a pleasant scent of fall spice.
Philosophy Harvest Spice, $16, philosophy.com
What is better than jumping into a luxe bubble bath after a long day? Not much. We love Philosophy’s Harvest Spice three-in-one shampoo, shower gel and bubble bath. The playful blend of orange and pumpkin scents and nourishing ingredients left a delicious, but not overpowering, scent on our skin.
Om Aroma Pumpkin Seed Night Organic Serum, $58, omaroma.com
This all-natural serum is made with pumpkin seeds to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, along with plenty of vitamins to heal chapped skin. Dab some of this on your face or dry spots before bead, and let pumpkin seed oil and Vitamin E work their magic over night.
Deborah Lippmann Brick House Nail Lacquer, $16, lippmanncollection.com
If you’re looking to take part in the pumpkin trend but don’t want to add any new scents to your regimen, you can’t go wrong with an on-trend orange nail color. Celebrity manicurist and nail guru Deborah Lippmann has a huge selection of polishes, but we love Brick House, a shimmering rust color. The color mixes metallic notes of bronze and burnt orange and will perfectly match any of your go-to fall sweaters and jackets.