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The Real Real: Why Every Redhead Should Own Tinted Sunscreen

You might be surprised!

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Skincare that triples as makeup and sunscreen is arguably the best kind. These triple-duty products allow you to nourish, perfect and keep your redhead skin safe. This is why we love tinted sunscreen and if you’re looking for some of our favorite brands, see our 2023 list here. We think every redhead should have some in their collection. There are tons of benefits to tinted SPF, some of which you probably know and some of which may surprise you.

But, there is one big reason you might want to seriously opt for a tinted sunscreen in your skincare routine this spring: 

Why is tinted sunscreen so important for redheads?

Yes, tinted SPF is great for a “no makeup” makeup look. It’s buildable and adds a glow to the skin, making it perfect for a base to build on top of other makeup (if you want more of a statement look).

It’s also great because your skin is protected with sunscreen without much fuss. 

And now the pieces of the puzzle have come together for the real, real. The real reason redheads should opt for a tinted sunscreen is because it helps to block UV light, AND blue light as well. 

Blue light is emitted by your phone, computer, and other devices, which means you’re encountering it even if you stay inside away from the windows. Blue light can cause age spots and something called melasma, which leaves your skin with dark brown or blue/gray patches. Blue light is also thought to break down collagen in the body and cause loss of elasticity in the skin.

The iron oxides necessary to protect you from blue light are often missing from facial sunscreens because they leave a white cast. With a tinted sunscreen, the added pigment (thanks to the tint) helps to block the blue light.

Other ways to stop blue light from harming your eyes, skin and body 

  1. Wear blue-light blocking glasses protect your eyes and the delicate skin surrounding your eyes. If you’re a contact wearer, they do make contacts that block blue light, too.
  2. Keep night mode enabled on all of your devices to reduce blue light emittance in favor of gentler yellow or orange light.

So, there you have it redheads. Tinted sunscreen does a lot more than you think. Which products is your favorite? 

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: 5 Best Mineral Sunscreens That Won’t Leave a White Cast

READ: 3 Spots Redheads Are Probably Forgetting When Applying Facial Sunscreen


The History Behind Ariel’s Red Hair from Disney’s “The Little Mermaid”

Ariel was suppose to be blonde

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The Little Mermaid was released in 1989 and for many redheads, it was a staple in our childhoods. Ariel was the first redhead Disney princess and for many little redhead girls, seeing a princess that looked like them was magical. It has been close to thirty-five years since the original movie has released and like the world, Ariel has evolved into who she is today. Take a scroll through the history of her red hair:

Blonde Ariel

Did you know that Ariel was originally supposed to be blonde? TikToker @arthurhia covers all things dolls and recently let us in on some interesting info about the original Ariel. According to a video by this creator, the original concept art for Ariel shows her as a blonde. After a simple Google search, she is right.

Source & Full-Credit: Disney

The blonde mermaid looks nothing like the Ariel we know and love today, but it does resemble the mermaid from Splash (played by Daryl Hannah) that came out in 1984.

The video goes on to talk about how this original concept for Ariel was too close to the Splash mermaid and the designers wanted to differentiate Ariel, so her red hair was born.

We can’t imagine Ariel without her red hair, but not everyone felt the same way back in the 80s. Tyco Toys was contracted to make the official Ariel doll and when they saw the hair color change, they didn’t like it!. According to the video, the company didn’t think a redhead doll would sell. TikToker @arthuria explains that this is “odd” because in the 80s there were plenty of other redhead dolls on the market made by other companies. Tyco Toys actually made Ariel a blonde in the first model.

Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” Ariel COOL TEEN PEARL Mermaid Doll Tyco 1992

Strawberry Blonde Ariel

Tyco Toys was not the only toy company to alter Ariel’s hair. The video goes on to say another company called Applause released an Ariel doll with strawberry blonde hair, but with more of a natural ginger color, unlike Ariel’s fire-engine red hair in the movie.

Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” Ariel Applause 1995 Doll

Fire Engine Red Ariel

One other place Ariel’s hair color didn’t really translate was in the Disney theme parks. In 1989, the year the film was released, her character was seen with light orange/strawberry blonde hair. Of course, people loved the movie and Ariel, and viewers expected the dolls and the character actors to match the movie. This is why Ariel was soon represented with the same shade of red hair in every way possible.

Watch the entire TikTok video here:


#dolls #disney #ariel #thelittlemermaid #disneyland #wdw #tyco

♬ Under the Sea – Michael Hanley & Disney Peaceful Piano & Disney Peaceful Guitar

Ariel with red locs! 

In 2019, Disney announced its casting of Chloe x Halle singer Halle Bailey as Ariel in their live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. In 2022, we got a sneak peek of how Halle will be portrayed in the film releasing May 2023. We absolutely love it. “As a Black woman, hair is spiritual, especially locs. It was really cool for them to make Ariel a version of me with my locs,” Halle said in a recent interview.

When we received a sneak peek trailer of Halle Bailey in The Little Mermaid, it took everyone’s breath away. We loved this trending video on Instagram: 

But the news of the 22-year-old singer/actor landing the role didn’t sit well with everyone. In a new interview with The Face, Halle reflected on the racist backlash occurring during the announcement and release of the trailer, “As a Black person, you just expect it, and it’s not really a shock anymore,” she said.

In an effort to stay positive, Halle does see this as a moment of celebration. ”It makes me feel more grateful for where I am,” Halle said, referencing the videos of little girls’ positive reactions to her rendition of Ariel.

Halle aims to portray a version of Ariel that everyone can enjoy despite the backlash. “I just want to continue to heal through my art. Each project I’ve done has taught me something about myself, has given me something to live off,” Halle concluded. ​“If somebody can take something away from whatever character I’m playing, that’s all that matters to me.”

We love and appreciate that Ariel’s hair will continue to evolve and give representation to many. What do you think?

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: Halle Bailey Will Play Ariel in ‘The Little Mermaid’ Remake

READ: Celebs Are Dyeing Their Hair Siren Red Like “The Little Mermaid” And It’s Okay

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Why Redheads Should Try a Solid Scent

Perfect for Sensitive Skin

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We all want to smell good. Sometimes redheads can use traditional perfume because of skin sensitivity. Redheads have sensitive skin, and the alcohol in perfume can be really wreck havoc. You may have experienced breakouts, rashes and itching because you wanted to smell pretty. 

You might have opted to spray perfume on your clothes, but then you run the risk of staining and discoloration. This is where solid scents come in. If you haven’t heard of solid scents, you need to keep reading because they are a game changer for redheads: 

What are solid scents?

Solid scents is normal perfume in a solid form. Usually made from a wax base, these solid balm-like scent options are fragranced with essential oils and other more natural fragrance options. 

How do you use solid scents? 

You apply solid scents anywhere you would apply perfume to the skin and you will get a long-lasting scent without the harshness of a spray perfume. Most solid scents come in small packages similar to a lip balm tint and can be carried with you on the go.

What are the benefits of solid scents?

Not only are solid scents alcohol-free making them perfect for sensitive skin, but they usually have cleaner ingredients overall. They are also perfect for when you’re out and about and even traveling since they don’t count as a liquid. Many solid perfumes come in refillable packaging which makes them more sustainable and sometimes more affordable than bottled perfumes. They can also be more subtle than a traditional perfume and will keep you smelling amazing without filling the whole room with a smell others may not want to smell. 

Solid scents redheads should try: 

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: The 6 Best Natural Perfumes For Your Redhead Skin

READ: Don’t Use These Products If You’re a Redhead With Sensitive Skin



Redheads Celebs Spotted at NYFW Fall/Winter 2023

See What Redheads Wore

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New York Fashion Week (NYFW) wrapped a few weeks ago! As the name describes, is a huge week for fashion both on and off the runway. One of the best parts about NYFW is spotting the celebs out and about at their finest. Here are 5 redhead celebs and what they wore during NYFW.

1. Lindsay Lohan

This redhead icon showed her support for her model siblings at the Christian Siriano show. Lohans Aliana and Dakota both walked the runway as part of the Fall 2023 show. Lindsay glowed in a copper metallic jumpsuit complemented by a bronzy makeup look and a fresh blowout.

2. Molly Ringwald

We’re getting some Pretty in Pink vibes from the dress Molly Ringwald wore to the Rodarte Dinner, which she attended with her daughter, Mathilda Gianopoulos. Ringwald paired this satin and lace dress with a fur jacket and red heels.

3. Natasha Lyonne

With the renewal of the hit show Poker Face, it’s no surprise Natasha Lyonne was spotted several times throughout the week. Each look was unique but all shared a black color scheme and were paired with touseled hair and her signature blunt red bangs.

4. Bella Thorne

While attending the Christian Cowan show during NYFW, redhead Bella Throne wore a white ensemble with a star cutout front, a hot pink fur jacket, and some opera-length black gloves. 

5. Grier Henchy

A new name in redhead fashion is Grier Henchy, but you’ll recognize her famous mom, Brooke Shields. The teen inherited her mom’s good looks and to top things off she’s got a stunning head of copper hair. The two attended the Son Jung Wan show where Grier wore a pink plaid jumpsuit and slicked-back pony. 

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: How Redheads Can Rock 2023’s Pantone Color of the Year

READ: Will Red Hair Remain The “It” Color in 2023?


Hair + Beauty

Can a Hair Colorist Refuse To Dye Natural Red Hair?

What are your thoughts?

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“Don’t ever dye your hair!”

This is a common phrase redheads of all ages have heard at some point in their life. It’s also a phrase you’re likely to hear from strangers, friends, and family, and very frequently at a salon. People without red hair love to tell redheads, “People pay so much for that hair color. Never dye it!”  

Anyone who comments on red hair is on to something because red hair is rare! Natural redheads make up 1-2% of the population, but the truth is some redheads want to dye. We recently did a write up titled, Opinion: It’s Okay to Dye Your Natural Red Hair, Regardless of What People Say and we stand by it. Some young redheads want to change the color of their hair to avoid being bullied or teased. Some adult redheads may dye their hair to “fit in” more or even just to express themselves differently. If a redhead wants to dye their hair, we believe their feelings are valid.

Most natural redheads who dye their hair end up coming back to red — like our very own co-founder, Stephanie. She dyed her hair bleach blonde for seven years before returning to her natural roots. It was a journey she had to take to appreciate her hair, and even though it’s painful for her to look back at photos, she’s so happy she allowed herself to take the risk. In the end, it made her appreciate her natural beauty more than ever before.

Unless you’re born with red hair, you don’t quite know what it feels like to be defined by your hair, good or bad. 

In a popular Quora post, redheads are sharing stories of when professional hair colorists refused to dye their natural red hair. One redhead explains that they had two different stylists refuse the service because it “went against their artistic integrity” and another redhead explains how they couldn’t find a single hairdresser to dye it even though they were being bullied.

Stylists can refuse to dye hair for a number of reasons, maybe because they can’t achieve the look you want, or even because your hair will become damaged. But, should a stylist be allowed to refuse just because a certain hair color is rare and they don’t think the person should dye it?

Let us know your thoughts…

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: This Is Why Red Hair is More Difficult to Dye and What to Do About It

READ: Avoid a Red Hair Nightmare: This Is How to Find The Right Salon and Stylist


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Everything Redheads Need to Know About Light Therapy Masks

Answers from a skin expert

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Light therapy masks have become increasingly popular over the years. If you haven’t heard about them, they’re at-home LED masks that can be used as part of your redhead skincare routine. They claim impressive health benefits such as brightening to anti-aging to acne-busting, but usually run a heavy price tag ($300-1000 each). We wanted to know, are they worth the money and the hype? To find out we asked Suyud Issa, a certified aesthetician and the co-founder of All Skin Care Talk.

H2BAR: Do LED face masks actually work? 

Suyud Issa (SI): Yes! But I want to urge readers that there is still limited research on the long-term efficacy of LED face masks.

This is what we do know: LED face masks use light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that deliver different wavelengths of light to penetrate the skin, providing a range of benefits. Depending on the light wavelength, colors, and intensity, LED face masks can provide a range of benefits, including:

  • Stimulating the production of collagen and elastin to smooth fine lines and wrinkles and improve skin tone and texture.
  • Reducing redness, irritation, and inflammation that may result from acne breakouts.
  • Increasing circulation to flush away toxins and improve skin cell health for a brighter complexion.
  • Killing acne-causing bacteria to prevent breakouts.
  • Helping to reduce dark spots and hyperpigmentation.

H2BAR: Should someone with sensitive skin try a light therapy mask?

SI: LED Face masks are safe for all skin types and colors because the light emitted from these masks is considered to be non-invasive, which is gentle enough not to cause any redness, swelling, itch, and dryness; but if you’re concerned, LED face masks come with adjustable settings that allow users to customize the intensity of the light to suit their skin type and sensitivity.

H2BAR: Which brand do you recommend?

SI: There are several reputable brands that offer quality LED face masks. However, it’s important to do your research to make an informed decision about which one is right for your skin type and needs.

To ensure your safety, never buy an LED face mask that hasn’t been FDA improved.

Ultimately, the choice is up to you, but some popular choices include:

LED Face Mask

LED Face Mask

Would you try this?

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: The Correct Amount of Skincare Product Redheads Should Use

READ: Are You a Redhead New to Skincare? Here Are 10 Products to Get You Started

Hair + Beauty

Spring Eyeshadows To Make Your Eyes (And Red Hair) Pop

Bring on Spring!

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Spring is in the air and it’s time to play with new eyeshadow colors. We love spring colors for redheads because they really make your eyes (and red hair) pop. Here are some of our favorite spring eyeshadow colors and a few palettes to help to create the look. 


One of the most stunning colors for redheads is purple. There’s something about the way purple pairs with red hair that is just perfection. For spring we love light muted purples like lavender and violet.


Cool-toned colors like blue and green are also very complementary for redheads of all eye colors. Opt for a soft baby blue, a periwinkle, a pastel green, or even a seafoam color for your spring eyeshadow.


Both warm and cool-toned pink can look really stunning on redheads. Pink can be a bold choice, so opt for a more muted pink shade for springtime.


If pink isn’t your thing, try a coral or peach color. These warmer pink/orange shades won’t pop as much as some of the other colors but they will be very flattering with your red hair.


Mixing and matching the colors of spring is great for a bolder eye look. Some color combos we love are pink and blue, orange and blue, and purple and green. 

Perfect Redhead-Approved spring eyeshadow palettes for redheads:


READ: 6 Tinted SPF Products Redheads Should Stock Up On This Spring

READ: 7 Pastel Beauty Products Redheads Should Try This Spring

Hair + Beauty

The Heat Index Guide for Keeping Your Red Hair Safe and Healthy

Keep care of the permanent crown on your head

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When it comes to heat styling, we know heat can cause some level of damage. But, did you know there’s a temperature range that is considered the safest for your hair? Spoiler alert: your hot tools go way hotter than the appropriate range, so you might be overdoing it. Lots of hot tools will have temperatures up to 425º, but these temps aren’t safe for any hair type and should be avoided. 

200-300º: If you have thin, fine, damaged, or chemically treated red hair

The most fragile hair types need to be the most careful when it comes to heat styling. For these hair types, it’s best to keep the temperature at a lower setting between 200º – 300º. Using temperatures higher than this will leave you more susceptible to damage, breakage, and even burning of the hair. 

Max 350º: For normal, medium, or textured red hair

If your hair falls into the “normal” range, not too thick, not too thin, or is slightly textured, you can turn the heat up a little, but don’t go past 350º. Just like with thin hair, heat higher than this leaves your hair open to damage. 

Max 375º: For thick, or coarse red hair

Thick or coarse hair can handle the most heat, but you still shouldn’t go over 375º. 

For all hair types, it’s important to make sure you use heat protection, avoid using a hot tool after applying hair spray, and never use heated tools like curling irons or straighteners on wet or damp hair. Try to use your tools in quick motions, leaving the hair touching the heat for only a few seconds, and try to reduce the use of heat whenever possible. 

Adrienne + Stephanie, our H2BAR co-founders, did an entire podcast on this topic. Enjoy it here:


READ: 7 Things You May Be Doing to Damage Your Red Hair

READ: Air-Drying Vs Blow-Drying Hair & Damage – What Is Best for Redheads?

READ: Keep Your Red Hair Safe: This Is The Perfect Temperature for Your Heat Styling Tools

Rock it like a Redhead!

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Why Does Red Hair Fade? How To Keep Red Hair Vibrant

Disclaimer: Just because your natural color has faded, it doesn’t make you any less of a redhead

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Throughout life, it’s common to see our red hair change shades. For blondes and brunettes, this change often comes in the form of white or grey hairs appearing at the root. For natural redheads, the change can be a little bit different. You may notice white or grey hairs popping through, but the most common change comes in the vibrancy of red hair usually referred to as “fading”. Deep auburn reds might fade to a strawberry blonde. Strawberry blondes might completely turn blonde.

What causes this fading of the natural red hair? Let’s get into it:

1. Simply put: natural red hair fades with age 

Our H2BAR co-founders, Stephanie and Adrienne, were quoted on this very topic in a 2020 Huffington Post article. Also, in the article came some information from Carlina Ortega of Rita Hazan Salon in New York City. Ortega explained that “natural redheads and blondes are born with hair whose cells produce a pigment called pheomelanin. As we age, we produce more eumelanin, which leads to hair darkening.“

Stephanie experienced this herself. She told the Huffington Post, “When I hit my mid-20s, I noticed my red hair was becoming dark and brassy. I started having strangers ask me if my hair was red or brown. It made me SO upset. I wanted to scream, ‘I am a redhead!’”

The loss of pheomelanin isn’t the only thing to blame for fading red hair as we age. Later in life, most redheads go through something called Achromotrichia. This is when the hair follicles stop producing pigment while on the way to white or grey. This can cause the hair to have an overall lighter copper look or even a warm blonde appearance.

2. Sun exposure can contribute to fading red hair

Another thing that can impact the vibrancy of natural red hair is too much sun exposure. The UV rays produced by the sun can permanently damage our hair follicles, just like they damage our skin. If you’re in the sun a lot without your hair covered or protected, it may lead to fading and loss of vibrancy. This can be combated by covering the hair with a hat or using hair sunscreen.

3. Dyed red hair fades easily too

For redheads ‘by choice’, or redheads who are touching up their fading natural red hair, you have to worry about fading as well, but for different reasons. Dyed red hair fades the fastest of any color, so more frequent touch-ups are necessary. However, you can help to minimize fading by washing your hair less, using color-safe hair products, using less heat on your hair, keeping it protected from the sun, and keeping it away from harsh chemicals like chlorine.

Kendall Jenner recently commented about her dyed red hair saying she really misses it but the upkeep was too much for her.

4. What to do if your red hair is fading 

Regardless of why your red hair is fading, you might want some of that vibrancy back. Of course, you can have your hair dyed, but you can also use color-depositing shampoos, glazes, and glosses to help bring back your red. If you do decide to embrace your fading red hair, that’s fine too! Red hair is gorgeous in all its forms and just because your natural color has faded doesn’t make you any less of a redhead.

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: Does Plucking Gray or White Hairs Actually Make More Grow Back?

READ: The 6 Best Redhead-Approved Hair Products for Shine and Luster

Rock it like a Redhead!


Fear of the Dentist is Real: How Redheads Can Handle Dentist Appointments

Did you know many redheads are afraid of the dentist?

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“Dentophobia” or “odontophobia” is fear of the dentist. This is a common fear many people have, but did you know it’s extremely common amongst redheads? The reason for this often has to do with redhead’s pain tolerance and our need for more anesthesia. Redheads perceive pain differently, and most redheads require more pain medication or anesthesia than other patients. Here are some tips for how to handle going to the dentist as a redhead.

1. Find someone you trust

Pain management isn’t the only thing that’s scary about the dentist and it’s okay to feel nervous but you shouldn’t feel uncomfortable. Find a dentist you trust who listens to your concerns. If you’re feeling uncomfortable at all, ask to switch dentists or find a new practice. Finding the right fit will make the experience so much better.

2. Speak up for yourself

If you’re not getting the numbing or the pain treatment you need while having dental work done, you’re going to be miserable. It’s important to tell your dentist that you’re feeling pain. If you know you need extra anesthesia tell your dentist upfront before any work happens. Most dentists know that this is common among redheads, but if they don’t you have to advocate for yourself.

3. Ask for split treatments

Sometimes the dentist cannot give you more pain medication because you’ll be over the safe limit. If that’s the case and you’re feeling pain or discomfort, ask if you can go home and come back another day to finish the treatment. Depending on the type of work you’re having done this may not be possible, but they may have other options for you.

4. Find solace in talking to our redheads 

The How to be a Redhead social media community is a great resource to find other redheads who have a similar feeling about visiting the dentist. Here are some viral videos about redheads needing more anesthesia, and more pain medication:

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: This Is Why Redheads Process Pain Differently


Hair + Beauty

Chrome Lips Are the Futuristic Spring Trend: Is It ‘Redhead Friendly’?

Would You Try It?

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Chrome refers to a reflective shine or a glazed, frosted finish.

You might have noticed chrome nails took over the internet in 2022, and now we’re seeing a new chrome trend in 2023: chrome lips. You might be thinking: isn’t that just like the frosted lips of the 90s and 2000s? Sort of, but the current chrome lip trend is taking things one step further.

Kate Winslet at a 90’s premiere. She served up a frosted lip gloss. Vince Bucci/AFP/Getty Images

The frosted Y2K lip trend (like we see on Kate Winslet) leaned heavily on baby pinks and pearlescent colors. This new chrome lip trend is going all in with bold, dark colors in a chrome finish.

Credit: YouTuber, Stella Cini. @StellaCini

Is this trend ‘Redhead Friendly’ though?

This look is bold and when done right, it is redhead-approved. Our suggestion is to opt for complementary shades: deep pinks and reds. If you’re daring, go for the super moody lip. If you’re not ready to invest in this style of lipstick just yet and want to try the trend for yourself, you can also DIY the look with a chrome eyeshadow over a liquid lipstick you already have. 

Favorite chrome lipstick brands/shades:

1. Aromi Chrome Lipstick in shades Apricot, Peachy Tan, Metallic Matte

2. NYX Professional Chromatic Lip Gloss in shades FairPlay, Foam Party, The New Normal

3. Beauty Bakerie in Hazelnut Swirl 

Would you rock this look? 

Rock it like a Redhead!


READ: How Redheads Can Rock 2023’s Pantone Color of the Year

READ: 6 Beauty Trend Predictions for 2023 And How They Affect Redheads

Hair + Beauty

6 Best Body Butters For Redheads This Spring

Plus a few of our favorites!

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During the spring months, it’s important to focus on hydration as we transfer to a warmer season. The cold dry air can leave your skin vulnerable. If you have sensitive skin (like most redheads do), you may notice redness, irritation, and dry patches forming as a new season starts.  

One thing we love adding to our redhead skincare routine this spring is body butter. This rich, moisturizing product will leave your skin soft and hydrated all season long. Body butter is more nourishing than regular lotion and will penetrate the skin deeper to help fight dryness. It can be applied at any time, but we especially love it right after getting out of the shower. Apply to arms and legs, focusing on the knees and elbows. Body butter is also great for your chest and neck.

Look for a body butter with nourishing oils that is sensitive skin safe. Avoid body butter that is filled with drying ingredients like fragrance and alcohol. 

Want to add body butter to your skincare? Here are some of our favorites: 

1. Weleda Skin Food Body Butter

redhead body butter welled

$14, Weleda Body Butter

2. Sky Organics Organic Shea Butter for Body & Faceredhead sensitive skin body butter

$13, SkyOrganics Shea Butter

3. Kiehl’s Creme de Corps Soy Milk & Honey Whipped Body Butter 

whipped body butter redheads$44, Kiehl's Creme de Corps Soy Milk & Honey Whipped Body Butter

4. Vaseline Illuminate Me Body Butter

body butter redhead

$10, Vaseline Illuminate Me Body Butter

5. Aveeno Skin Relief Intense Moisture Repair Body Cream

redhead skin repair cream body butter

$13, Aveeno Skin Relief Intense Moisture Repair Body Cream

6. If you need something a little more lightweight that packs the punch of a body butter, we suggest CETAPHIL Advanced Relief Cream with Shea Butter

relief cream cetaphil redhead

$30, CETAPHIL Advanced Relief Cream with Shea Butter

Rock it like a Redhead!


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READ: 4 Easy Ways Redheads Can Prevent Dry Knees and Elbows During the Winter