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Dallas Skincare Options to Get You Through Cold Weather


DFW has a pretty healthy selection of salons and blowout bars, but there are also skincare gems all throughout the Metroplex that offer everything from natural products to tried-and-tested cult favorites. Check out these local beauty spots in-store and online to expand your skincare selection beyond the typical beauty chains.

Cos Bar |

8300 Preston Road Suite 600

Expect a well-curated selection of luxury lines like La Mer and Tom Ford, along with natural and organic products Moon Juice and goop by Juice Beauty. Be sure to check out the store’s exclusive line of brushes to help you make the most of your products.

Renée Rouleau | 4025 Preston Road, Suite 606, Plano

Skincare guru Renée Rouleau has put her 25+ years of aesthetician experience to work with her skincare line, customized for every skin type. Pick up a bottle of the super lightweight and odorless SPF 30 to help combat sun damage.

If you’re looking for a transparently-designed product for your minimalist regimen, this is the line for you. Health and wellness expert Erica Wilfong doesn’t put anything in her products that she wouldn’t use herself, resulting in clean, unisex skin care products. Pick up a jar of the Skin Soufflé to prep your skin for that upcoming dry winter air.

Joanna Czech | 2410 Victory Park Lane

Celebrity facialist Joanna Czech relocated her New York spa to a 2,000-square-foot Victory Park location a few years ago, and since then her online presence has exploded. Head to the website or check out her in-house edit, currently featuring brands like Grown Alchemist and Vintner’s Daughter, along with her own facial massager. And skincare enthusiasts, if you’re not already subscribing to her editorial site CzechList, now’s the time to go ahead and smash that button.

Credo | 7700 Windrose Avenue Suite G160, Plano

This 1,300-square-foot store, located in Plano’s Legacy West, is packed with clean products and a full menu of spa experiences with Tata Harper facials, makeup applications and brow waxing. We recommend picking up a bottle of Tata Harper’s Regenerating Cleanser and booking a facial stat.

Bluemercury | 83 Highland Park Village

Skip the skincare reviews and head over to Highland Park, Southlake or Legacy Park in Plano for honest, expert advice and a well-curated selection of high-quality products, ranging from home fragrance to hair and skincare.

Dallas Housewife D'Andra Simmons' award-winning skincare line offers up something for everyone, from makeup removers and cleansers to 24 karat gold masques. And with a cruelty- and gluten-free formula, what’s not to love? Shop online or Central Market, Whole Foods and BAM Beauty Bar.

The Greenway Shop | 4715 West Lovers Lane

Head over to Madre’s and check out this boutique dedicated to clean, organic beauty and wellness, founded by Flauren Bender and Hallie Lamont. On our wishlist: Indie Lee Blemish Lotion and Kypris Moonlight Catalyst.

Prep your sinks and showers for holiday visitors with this Frisco-based vegan line of bath and body products. Pro tip: sweet-smelling rescue products like an organic pumpkin mask and a three-piece shea butter sampler are sure to be well-received for the holidays. Shop online or check out the growing list of in-store vendors on their website.

Follain | 3107 Knox Street

This health-conscious company keeps tabs on every ingredient going into their products and partner lines to ensure safety and effectiveness, so you can feel safe about what you’re putting on your skin. Check out their recently-opened storefront at Knox-Henderson or head over to their website for all the natural goods.

With unique ingredients like Moroccan clay, silver, and geranium extract, these all-natural products are made to protect your skin from the evils of harmful environmental elements. Head to their website to get a head start on your seasonal skincare regimen with the Starter Kit (cleanser, clay mask, and moisturizer) to help keep your skin clear and glowing through winter.