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Jenna Lyons’s Favorite Beauty Products, From Eyeliner to Body Oil

Jenna Lyons’s Favorite Beauty Products, From Eyeliner to Body Oil

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If I have a lot of makeup on, I use Makeup Forever Gentle Eye Gel, which is good at getting it off so I don’t have to rub. I’ll use the same cleanser at night with a washcloth and water, then a toner like Biologique Recherche Lotion P50, followed by Noble Panacea’s Brilliant Glow Hydration Oil. I leave packets of Chronobiology Sleep Mask by my bed so I can slather that on right before I go to sleep. I go to Joanna Czech for facials, and Dr. Belkin is my dermatologist. I wish I had the Lyma Laser earlier, I think it’s really great.

I have a Hinoki Body Oil I love from Wonder Valley. I’m religious about the U Beauty the Sculpt Arm Compound, and they have a Resurfacing Body Compound I love. I use a Raw Honey Crystal Mask from Tata Harper on my butt — I don’t think it’s for your butt, I think it’s for your face, but that’s where I put it. I will not travel without Kiehl’s Creme de Corps. Every day for 18 years, I’ve worn Creed Silver Mountain Water. My son won’t let me change it … maybe when he goes to college I will.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

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