Beauty Products with Oats
Yup, that breakfast grain boasts the ability to keep hair soft and skin smooth and soothed.
Clarins Double Serum ($85) A packaging masterpiece, the two chambers (one with water-soluble, one with oil-soluble ingredients) combine when pumped to produce an intensive skin-nutritive serum. Oats are just one of the 20 plant extracts included.
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Sheer Hydration Lotion ($7) This superlight formula absorbs quickly but leaves skin soft and soothed for up to 24 hours.
Vaseline Intensive Care Essential Healing Lotion ($5) This healing potion contains oat extract and microdroplets of Vaseline jelly to lock moisture in.
Weleda Oat Replenishing Shampoo ($11) A naturally derived formula (no heavy silicones, strong sulfates, or artificial preservatives here) that nourishes tresses, starting with your scalp. Oat extract strengthens an dmends strands.
Murad Advanced Active Radiance Serum ($89) This vitamin C-packed powerhouse helps boost skin's radiance and clarity. Oat and green tea extract lend natural enhancement.
Arrojo Shine Luxe Shampoo ($24) This sudser delivers shine and softness via oats and grapeseed oils.
Benefit Moisture Prep Toning Lotion ($30) Toners can often be harsh or drying, but this oat-packed version soothes dry skin.
Crabtree & Evelyn Triple Milled Soap ($10) Oatmeal and wheat germ help soften and exfoliate in this clean-scented soap.
Moroccanoil Body Soufflé ($56) Moisturizes via oats and argan oil in a silky formula that's quickly absorbed.
Aveeno Skin Relief Shower & Bath Oil ($9) The brand known for skin soothing relies on oatmeal as its go-to ingredient. In this cleanser, oats help provide long-lasting itch and dryness relief in body-wash form (or add a squeeze to running water for a soak in the tub).
Origins Multi-Grain Bronzer ($23) A dab of this glow-enhancing powder keeps easily irritated skin in check with oats, barley, and wheat germ. Tapioca helps absorb excess oil.
S.W. Basics of Brooklyn Exfoliant ($24) There are only three ingredients—oat flour, almond flour, and sea salt—in this skin slougher. Add a little water, form a paste, and start scrubbing.