Here’s why you need body oils in your beauty routine — and a few options to start

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Now that the temps are slowly dropping, it’s time for you to reevaluate your body care routine. If you haven’t incorporated a body oil into the mix yet, now is the time to start — because everyone can benefit from adding one to their routine.

Using a body or dry oil has many benefits. It moisturizes the skin, increases collagen production and, of course, improves dry or cracked skin. Additionally, there are many dry oils that can help with skin irritations like rosacea or eczema. And if you’re worried about feeling like a grease ball, don’t fret. A good body oil will soak into the skin instead of sitting on top of it.

Below are a few options to add to your cart — seriously, you’ll thank us.

Creme de Corps Nourishing Dry Body Oil, $26.25 (Orig. $35)

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This luxurious, dry body oil spray leaves the skin hydrated and nourished.

Body Hero Dry-Touch Oil Mist, $28

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This body oil contains antioxidant-rich oils that nourish, moisturize and soothe dry skin. Its fast-absorbing formula also smells great and is vegan.

Coconut Body Oil, $7.79

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If you need a thicker body oil, this hydrating option moisturizes and leaves skin soft with a natural glow.

Skin Care Oil, $29.99

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Bio-Oil has one of the most recognizable body oils. It helps with the appearance of stretch marks, scars and other marks on the body. Plus, it effectively repairs skin damage thanks to vitamins A and E.

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