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Pumpkin spice isn’t only for candles and lattes. You can also embrace the fall scent with this pumpkin spice skincare set made to smooth, brighten and detoxify skin.
On this episode of You Need This, our hosts are talking about the Pumpkin & Spice Daily Skincare Pack. The pack includes a moisturizing lotion, a clay face mask and a facial scrub exfoliator for pulling out impurities, wiping away dead skin cells and moisturizing your skin.
Shop: Pumpkin & Spice Daily Skincare Pack, $110 (Orig. $135)
Each product contains pumpkin seed extract and oil. According to the brand, these ingredients contain vitamin A and beta carotene, two antioxidants that can protect your skin from harmful free radicals.
If you have some pesky and painful acne, pumpkin seed oil also has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties to minimize flare ups. Other active ingredients include cinnamon, clove and nutmeg oils (the spice in pumpkin spice), which have antimicrobial and antifungal properties. The trio also includes chamomile for calming and softening skin.
The Pumpkin & Spice Skincare Pack retails for $135, but you can get it right now for $110 on the brand’s website. Use the code “TAKE10” for the 10 percent discount.
Though pumpkin spice season is synonymous with fall, you may just like this set enough to use it all year long.
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