We know that as Floridians we are not exactly allowed to complain about the winter, but we can suffer some skin damage from the changing weather.

Dry air, low humidity and the occasional indoor heat can silently chip away the skin’s inherent moisture. And if you’re like us (and do not prefer the greasy, pancake, pat-a-cake look of chemically infused, faux fragrant moisturizers) you will be happy to discover this skin saver.

We took a chance on the organic skincare line Taylor Owen. The line claims to have 98% natural ingredients and was supposedly created to mimic—you guessed it—the skin itself in its natural state, weather notwithstanding. Foraying in the luxury skincare space, this line is natural, chemical-free, paraben-free, and hypoallergenic.

The brand's “Winter Skin Savers” include DNA Repair Cream, Oxygen Plasma Serum and VIP Complex Cream. While the last DNA Repair and VIP Cream tackle ageing and natural recovery, we vote for the Oxygen Plasma Serum because it tackles blemishes, sun damage and wrinkles. For exfoliation, Honey Amber Cleaning Scrub cleans up well.

And with the holidays right around the corner, their Glisten and Glow gift set, makes for a great gift for your girl posse. Priced at $225, it is equipped with a Natural Cleanser (soap-free), Seaweed Toner and the must-use Oxygen Serum.

Even though the line is pegged at a slightly high price point because of the natural formulae, Taylor Owen might well be worth the pretty penny because at least you know what you’re putting on your skin. Top that with a few good deeds this holiday season and you’ll be radiant as ever.

After all, nothing can beat inner beauty.

About Jo:

Jyoti “Jo” Peswani is a fashion maven. As a Chanel-obsessed, published fashion and lifestyle journalist, she definitely has a nose for everyday style. In addition to being an award-winning copy girl, Jo runs her own marketing and writing consultancy, The Idea Is {In}. Jo currently curates her inspirations, observations and ideas on her recently launched blog www.theideaisin.com/blog. She’s a strong advocate of living (and dressing) creatively and takes great pleasure in denying the existence of “the box.”