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7 Fall Favorites I’m Loving This Year for Beauty & Home

Posted by Sarah Otto on
7 Fall Favorites I’m Loving This Year for Beauty & Home

Pumpkin Spice Lattes in hand, windows open, football game on, candles lit—and don’t forget sweaters galore. Ready or not, fall is here! Thus, it's only fitting to begin the gradual transition toward vampy lips, seasonal fragrances, hair masks, moisturizing skincare, and autumn decor.

With any shift in the season comes a slew of changes, both good and not-so-good. The good? Pumpkin everything. The bad? Cold weather. Case in point: Dry skin. You can bet those cooler temps, hot furnace, and winter chill quickly wreak havoc on your complexion. Whether the good, the bad or the ugly, I’m here to address it all—the pretty updates, the kitchen must-haves, the skincare saviors and so much more. Keep scrolling for the top 7 products I’m adding to my cart this autumn!

HomeWorx Fall Farmstand 4-Wick Candle

Shop HomeWorx Fall Farmstand 4-Wick Candle ($25)

If fall could be captured in a scent, this candle is it. Infused with a spicy, sweet fragrance of sugared apple, golden pear, vanilla bean and honey—it's calming, warm aroma makes my home feel cozy and ready for fall. Perfect to burn in the evening as my family’s winding down from the day!

amika: Soulfood Nourishing Hair Mask

Shop amika: Soulfood Nourishing Hair Mask ($28)

amika’s Soulfood Mask is great for all hair types. Not only does it help with dryness—it gives your locks a nice shine. Packed full of hydrating ingredients like jojoba seed oil and sea buckthorn, it’s super moisturizing and smells lovely. Be sure to add this mask to your fall routine to keep your scalp healthy during the crisp, cool months.

Otto Skin Goods The Fresh Start Face Oil

Shop Otto Skin Goods The Fresh Start Face Oil ($65)

Fall is the ideal time to incorporate face oil into your skincare routine. If you suffer from a dry complexion, try adding a few drops to your moisturizer for extra hydration. If you have more normal or oily skin, a few drops in place of your moisturizer will work wonders for a natural, healthy glow. Not to mention, it prevents dehydration that can occur as the weather turns cooler. Pro Tip: Use this light, hydrating oil on your hands, cuticles, and hair to prevent flyaways!

Farmhouse Pottery Heirloom Pumpkins

Shop Farmhouse Pottery Heirloom Pumpkins ($55)

These beautiful, handcrafted stoneware pumpkins capture the essence of the fall season. Use them as a table centerpiece, on your mantel or placed on a side table. I’m a minimalist when it comes to home decor, but these heirloom pumpkins are the ultimate balance of classic fall and whimsical simplicity.

Staub Loaf Pan

Shop Staub Loaf Pan ($199)

I love baking bread in the fall—pumpkin is my favorite, hands down. Because I’ve had some practice all these years, I’ve found that this cast iron loaf pan cooks it to perfection. I absolutely love to bake this on the weekend when my entire family’s at home watching football. It smells amazing!

Kari Gran Lip Whip

Shop Kari Gran Lip Whip ($24)

These ultra-hydrating lip balm tints give just a touch of color that’s ideal for a low-maintenance mama like myself. Most days I wear this with our face oil and nothing else! I love these because they’re the perfect minimal tint of color with long-lasting hydration.

Tower 28 SunnyDays SPF 30 Tinted Sunscreen Foundation

Shop Tower 28 SunnyDays SPF 30 Tinted Sunscreen Foundation ($30)

If you know me, you know I love multitasking skincare. Although I haven’t tried this tinted sunscreen yet, I’ll be the first in line as soon as it’s released on October 12th. Available in 12 shades, this sunscreen foundation is not only formulated for sensitive skin, it’ll help you minimize your daytime routine. As you know, I’m definitely a gal who doesn't like a fussy routine—just a splash of water, The Go-Getter Day Serum and sunscreen is all I wear most days. This will be great on days where I want a little coverage with my SPF.

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