Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask (Amazon)

Halloween may have come and come, but fall is just hitting its sweet spot.

Savor the season by adding autumnal ingredients to your beauty routine. Who says only your coffee and candles can come in the flavors of fall?


Skin guru Peter Thomas Roth used pumpkin to make an exfoliating mask to help combat dullness, aging and congestion. Pumpkin Enzyme Mask, $58; PeterThomasRoth.com

Add a playful pout to your look with Lime Crime's Pumpkin-Inspired Lippies. The seasonal shades come in a variety of finishes: gloss, matte and metallic. Pumpkin Pie Wet Cherry, Pumpkin Latte Plushie and Spiced Pumpkin Metallic Velvetine, $20 each; LimeCrime.com


The cranberry is bursting with age-fighting antioxidants, which is why it's the main ingredient in the creamy cleanser from June Jacobs.

The brand paired it with pomegranate for its moisture mask to help keep hydrated and supple. Creamy Cranberry Cleanser, $44; Cranberry Pomegranate Moisture Mask, $60; JuneJacobs.com


If you love smothering your French toast or pancakes in maple syrup, you may be tempted to do the same thing to your hair with this new line from Garnier Whole Blends. The Restoring Hair Care Maple Remedy shampoo and conditioners are made with castor oil to help soften and repair. $4.49 to $6.99, garnierusa.com.

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