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

Daily Bite: Happy July! The first day of the month is National Gingersnap Day. Bring our  Pumpkin Gingersnap Cheesecake to your barbecue this weekend, and wash it down with our Gingersnap cocktail.

Daily Bite: Happy July! The first day of the month is National Gingersnap Day. Bring our  Pumpkin Gingersnap Cheesecake to your barbecue this weekend, and wash it down with our Gingersnap cocktail.