This toothbrush is going to put a lot of people out of business: It’s got a blue light that activates a tooth-whitening gel … and it really, really works.
As ceremonies—private or otherwise—go, the sage stick is easy, elegant and utterly satisfying, especially considering the bang for your buck.
This rose-ylang-ylang-geranium-wax balm is the most soothing, moisturizing, exquisite-feeling cleanser ever. Yet somehow it manages to obliterate eyeliner, mascara et al. as if it were full of irritants, parabens, phthlates and sulfates (it in fact has none).
Dolce is not quite what you expect from Dolce & Gabbana: There’s a lightness and crispness. But the heart of it is like the night air in a Sicilian orange grove: feminine, almost (but not) sweet and really sexy.
Applied assiduously for two weeks, it firms, smooths and plumps to a seriously noticeable degree.
This hot-pink-with-the-perfect-flattering-touch-of-coral cream blooms on your lips and cheeks like you are Tory Burch—like you’re naturally fresh-faced and vibrating with energy and just ... pretty.
What is a marine spice, anyhow? It somehow manages to smell fresh but not sharp, a little sun-warmed, a lot French, a lot sophisticated. It’s like nothing I’ve ever smelled before and so, so beautiful.
It’s super-black and curves your lashes upward perfectly, the butterfly-wing-ish shape gets into the corners like nothing else and somehow, it leaves not a clump.
The people at Tatcha have made a number of creams (face, hand, body) with indigo, but this one is the most concentrated; not only is it antiaging, it treats skin irritations, small and large, often overnight.
I knew that when I actually smelled the scents, I’d have a favorite, maybe a second place, and the rest … someone else would love. And yet: These perfumes are the exception to the rule.
Atelier Cologne's Orange Sanguine is my favorite, bursting with citrus in a way that enchants all who smell it.
You will not be able to stop yourself from smiling when you try this apple-brandy perfume.
This marine blue lip balm leaves a faint but perceptible blush—as if you were just naturally a sexier person.
It is like a (gorgeously!) scented serum you dab on with the tiniest, chicest red brush. Heaven on earth!
This is the best pedicure shade ever in the world.