Overtime Mask, $44 at Sephora
Using the buffing power of pumpkin together with apricot seed powder, this clarifying mask will polish and keep your skin luminous without being overly abrasive.
Pumpkin Latte Hydration Masque, $52 at DermStore
Perk up your skin with this hydrating mask formulated with pumpkin puree plus a ton of other key ingredients like avocado oil and pineapple pulp for smoother, younger-looking and moisturized skin.
Pumpkin Enzyme Mask, $58 at Peter Thomas Roth
This mask uses a trifecta of exfoliators that works hand in hand to uncover the glowing skin you never thought you had.
Purifying Pumpkin Pore Detox Mask and Scrub, $16.99 at Target
This two-in-one treatment is a budget-friendly drugstore alternative that promises the results of a professional facial in 15 minutes with its self-warming effect and overall skin detoxifying action.
Pumpkin Sleeping Pack, $20 at Sephora
Experience the skin benefits of pumpkin even as you catch zzzs and wake up to a brighter face, er, morning.
Pumpkin 24K Gold Sheet Mask, $8 at Sephora
Soak your face with pumpkin yumminess in the form of nourishing fruit extract that works to reveal radiant skin. Add a dash of gold and you'll practically shine with perfect skin this fall.
Pumpkin Facial Soap, $24 at Amazon
The benefits of pumpkin are maximized in masks and treatments, but if you're only looking to wet your toes for now, this organic facial soap is both exfoliating and mild thanks to a blend of pumpkin enzymes, essential oils, organic honey and much more.
Moment of Truth 2-in-1 Polishing Sugar Mask, $42 at Sephora
Prepare to see how beautiful your skin can be with this mask that uses pumpkin extract, pure honey and rosehip oil to nourish and hydrate skin like never before.
Pumpkin Enzyme Scrub, $36 at DermStore
This scrub mixes physical and chemical exfoliation and highlights amino acids and aloe vera extract as two of its key ingredients (besides pumpkin) for firmer, smoother and more luminous skin.
ExfoliKate Intensive Exfoliating Treatment, $85 at Sephora
Labeled "The Hollywood 2-minute facial," this treatment features lactic acid and fruit enzymes from pumpkin, pineapple and papaya as its triple threat signature formula that promises healthier-looking skin with just one use.
ExfoliKate Glow Moisturizer, $65 at Sephora
After all that enzymatic exfoliating, what better way to moisturize than with more pumpkin? This daily moisturizer featuring Kate Somerville's signature formula mixed with AHAs like lactic and glycolic acids promises to instantly diminish the look of dullness and uneven texture after your first use.
Pumpkin Enzyme Gel Moisturizer, $16.50 at Bath & Body Works
Soothe and moisturize as your skin regenerates with this enzymatic and nutrient-dense gel moisturizer that instantly absorbs into skin without leaving any unwanted residue.
Pumpkin Enzyme Body Scrub, $16.50 at Bath & Body Works
Give your body some pumpkin love with this scrub filled with pumpkin enzyme and other nutrients for overall healthier-looking skin.
Pumpkin Body Lotion 10% Regenerate, $35 at Nordstrom
Repair and renew sun damaged skin with this body lotion that improves skin tone and elasticity thanks to glycolic acid and pumpkin extracts. It's also paraben-, sulfate- and phthalate-free.
Pumpkin season is here and that means you’ll inevitably spot the orange fruit in literally everything, from foods that aren’t normally pumpkin-flavored to things that don’t have anything to do with the ribbed-skin squash. It’s how we celebrate fall. But pumpkins aren’t just for pie and lattes, they’re also packed with skin-loving ingredients worth adding to your beauty routine.
Pumpkins contain fruit enzymes and AHAs (alpha hydroxy acids) that work to buff dead skin and boost cell turnover for a smoother and brighter complexion. They also have beta-carotene and vitamin C, antioxidants that can help rid skin of dark spots, wrinkles or even sun damage. On top of all that, pumpkins also contain loads of zinc, which helps target acne and scarring.
If you see pumpkin as one of the main ingredients in a face mask or skin treatment, it’s not just a fall gimmick. Click through for some of the best pumpkin-packed beauty products for October and beyond.
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