doTERRA Winter Skin Care Routine


Exfoliating is when we use a rough soap to rid our skin of dead and dying skin. It is usually done to rejuvenate and brighten dry and dull skin. Exfoliating is the perfect thing to do when skin starts to struggle in the winter. The doTERRA SPA Exfoliating Body Scrub is a great way to add exfoliating to your routine. Keep this product in your shower and use all over about once a week. Exfoliating too often can be damaging to your skin, so limit yourself. Also, you should never use exfoliating products near your eyes, or on damaged skin. Try our Invigorating Scrub— it is gentle and effective for the skin on your face.


Hydrating is the most important thing to do to keep your skin healthy this winter. First things first, make sure you are drinking plenty of water. Winter tends to be the time we skip on our regular water drinking habits. Once summer is over, and we’re not hot and thirsty, so we may not be as conscious of the need to hydrate. Set a goal to drink a certain amount by certain times of the day. Your skin will thank you for your effort.

Hydrating your skin during the winter usually needs to go one step further than just drinking water. For hydrating your body, use doTERRA SPA Replenishing Body Butter. Body butter is thicker than the average lotion and adds more hydration into your skin. When it comes to your face, use doTERRA Essential Skin Care Hydrating Cream before bedtime to replace the moisture your skin lost to the cold air throughout the day.


Body Scrub

  •  2 cups raw sugar
  •  1/2 cup grapeseed oil
  •  5–7 drops Peppermint oil

Soothing Facial

  • 2 teaspoon pumpkin puree
  •  1/2 teaspoon honey
  •  1/2 teaspoon milk or milk alternative
  •  5–7 drops Yarrow | Pom 

Lip Scrub

  •  1 tablespoon brown sugar
  •  1 tablespoon olive oil
  •  1/2 teaspoon honey
  •  2–4 drops Rose or Vetiver oil

Moisturizing Face Mask

  • 1 cup dry oats
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 5-7 drops Lavender oil

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