"A waste of your time and money," says dermatologist Leslie Baumann. "Toners were invented because cleansers used to leave a soapy film on your skin that had to be removed. Today's cleansers don't do that."
2. Foot Mask
If you really need a reason to put your feet up, a foot mask offers one. Otherwise, you're better off using moisturizer to smooth rough spots on your feet.
3. Lip Exfoliator
Unless your lips are superflaky, a balm alone will keep them silky. Your lips are superflaky? After you've slathered on balm, wrap a tissue around your index finger and rub it over your lips. "You'll remove the flakes without risking irritation," says makeup artist Emily Kate Warren.
4. Anything That Says "Cellulite" On It
No lotion or cream or foam or pill will get rid of cellulite. Sunscreen helps prevent the UV-induced collagen loss that makes skin become slack and look more dimpled, though, so always wear it when you're baring your legs.
5. Neck Cream
Give your neck the same treatment as your face: Apply a moisturizer with sunscreen every morning, a retinol cream every night.
From the March 2010 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
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