LOOK GOURD-EOUS!
Pumpkins are already the star of countless desserts and decorations. Now this harvest hotshot—full of skin-brightening enzymes and (thanks to those seeds) plenty of nourishing oils—can play an equally impressive role in your beauty routine.
Get even: Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Peel & Reveal gently combats splotching and dullness with the help of those powerful enzymes. ($58, sephora.com)
Come clean: With its dream team of pumpkin pulp and honey, MyChelle Dermaceuticals Creamy Pumpkin Cleanser maintains moisture while banishing dirt and toxins. ($17, mychelle.com)
Quench dry skin: Backed up by baobab oil and other natural nourishers, the pumpkin- seed oil in Burt’s Bees Ultimate Care Body Lotion restores life to limbs—and any other parched parts. ($10, at drugstores)
Boost your lashes: The pumpkin-seed oil in e.l.f. Cosmetics Studio Defining Mascara keeps lashes hydrated, while the cone-shaped brush leaves no lash unturned. ($3, at drugstores)
Soothe yourself: Made specifically for sensitive skin (but good for anyone when temperatures and humidity drop), Tecniche BioTech Oil calls on extra-nourishing pumpkin-seed oil to ease dryness. ($30, osmosis.com and lovermecenter.com)
Pucker up: Spiked with pumpkin-seed oil, creamy Sumbody Pumpkin Pie Lucky Lips will keep your pucker pretty and soft. ($7, sumbody.com)
Get refined: Between pumpkin’s natural enzyme content and added glycolic acid, Sia Botanics Pumpkin Enzyme Mask is like a magic potion for sloughing, smoothing and brightening dull skin. ($18, siabotanics.com)
—Jennifer Tzeses

LOOK GOURD-EOUS!

Pumpkins are already the star of countless desserts and decorations. Now this harvest hotshot—full of skin-brightening enzymes and (thanks to those seeds) plenty of nourishing oils—can play an equally impressive role in your beauty routine.

Get even: Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Peel & Reveal gently combats splotching and dullness with the help of those powerful enzymes. ($58, sephora.com)

Come clean: With its dream team of pumpkin pulp and honey, MyChelle Dermaceuticals Creamy Pumpkin Cleanser maintains moisture while banishing dirt and toxins. ($17, mychelle.com)

Quench dry skin: Backed up by baobab oil and other natural nourishers, the pumpkin- seed oil in Burt’s Bees Ultimate Care Body Lotion restores life to limbs—and any other parched parts. ($10, at drugstores)

Boost your lashes: The pumpkin-seed oil in e.l.f. Cosmetics Studio Defining Mascara keeps lashes hydrated, while the cone-shaped brush leaves no lash unturned. ($3, at drugstores)

Soothe yourself: Made specifically for sensitive skin (but good for anyone when temperatures and humidity drop), Tecniche BioTech Oil calls on extra-nourishing pumpkin-seed oil to ease dryness. ($30, osmosis.com and lovermecenter.com)

Pucker up: Spiked with pumpkin-seed oil, creamy Sumbody Pumpkin Pie Lucky Lips will keep your pucker pretty and soft. ($7, sumbody.com)

Get refined: Between pumpkin’s natural enzyme content and added glycolic acid, Sia Botanics Pumpkin Enzyme Mask is like a magic potion for sloughing, smoothing and brightening dull skin. ($18, siabotanics.com)

—Jennifer Tzeses

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