Blasting space heaters and chilly winds have many of us reaching for moisturizers for our parched hair and skin.
From gentle facial washes to static-reducing hair finishes, there's an assortment of products designed to treat problems caused by drying winter weather.
The Normal to Dry Skin Collection from John Masters Organics features certified organic ingredients such as lavender, rose oil and green tea.
Items include a soothing face serum, foaming face wash, hydrating mist for skin and hair and antioxidant day cream. Prices range from $16 to $28 per item or $82 for the collection at Johnmasters.com or Whole Foods stores.
Shu Uemura's new Color Lustre Collection is designed to protect hair and add shine. A small dab of the collection's Brilliant Glaze Thermo-Milk, $38, also tames flyaways on dry, winter hair.
For long-lasting hydration, try affordable Olay Complete All Day Moisturizer with vitamin E and aloe, plus sunscreen, about $10 at drugstores.
More shopping news
■ Fable + Flame, the home decor and accessories store, has moved from 522 West Short Street to a larger space at 125 Burt Road.
To celebrate the new showroom, which opened on Tuesday, owners James Snowden and Randy Terrell will host a launch party 6 to 9 p.m. Friday. The new space features jewelry by Ann Lightfoot, Sydney Hale fragrance, Arteriors lighting and more. Fableandflame.com.
■ Save 50 to 70 percent off women's clothing and accessories at The Cotton Patch at the Lansdowne Shoppes through Saturday. The store will be closed Sunday through Wednesday for renovations.
■ The Bluegrass Printmakers' Co-Op Print Sale is 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Central Library at 140 East Main Street during the first Gallery Hop of the year.
Demographics, an exhibit of BPC works will be on view, and there will be a live printmaking demonstration.