Starting with body products, The Body Shop Body Butter (£13.00) is by far my favourite body moisturiser. It's really hydrating and creamy, I find it great to use on really dry places like elbows and feet. I've already talked about this product and few of my other favourite body moisturisers here, if you are interested in reading about some more.
Also for body products, I think a good hand moisturiser is essential for all year round, but more in the winter. I don't really try out any different ones because Soap and Glory Hand Food (£2.50 - £5.00) just the job for me. A little goes a long way, it smells lovely and leaves my hands feeling really soft and supple.
My hair gets pretty dry in the winter, not sure why so I like to use a good hair mask to help hydrate my hair again. My favourite is the Charles Worhtington Intense Rescue Melting Balm (£16.99). You put it on before your shower/bath, wash your hair as normal and then you hair is left feeling really silky soft and nourished. A nice cheap alturnative is the Dove Repair Hair Mask (review here).
Last of all is skincare/face products (whatever you want to say!). For lips I have a very well loved Burt's Bees Lip Balm (£3.69), I have a review on this product already which you can read here!
For an everyday moisturiser I love the Simple Replenishing Rich Moisturiser (£3.89), it sinks in really quickly but still leaves your skin feeling plump and hydrated. I don't have much to say about this product, it's a bog standard moisturiser but I like how creamy and hydrating it is. Clicks all the basic boxes for me!
The last product is the Una Brennan Superfacialist Rose Intense Moisture Mask (£8.99), it is by my favourite hydrating mask I've found! It's so soothing and smells gorgeous but still really gentle and doesn't break me out. It leaves your skin feeling luxuriously soft and plump. I highly recommend for those you have dry skin to use this about 2 - 3 times a week and it will keep all that dry skin at bay!
That's all the essentials I need for winter! What are you essentials for winter?