The 10 Products in Every Beauty Editor's Bathroom
When it’s your job to test all sorts of items, you rarely reach for the same one twice. Unless it’s one of these 10 superstars. They’re the ones that beauty editors keep coming back to.
Clarisonic Aria Face Brush
In the seven years since its debut, this mechanical face brush has found its way to even the most skeptical beauty editors’ bathroom sink. Its vibrating bristles remove every last trace of makeup and leave your skin silky—but not pink. Even O’s highly sensitive associate beauty editor, Alessandra Foresto, uses it several times a week without irritation. There’s now the Plus ($225), which is big enough to use all over the body, and two versions of the travel-size Mia ($119, or $149 for the two-speed option). The latest iteration of the full-size Clarisonic (shown here) includes a third speed mode and charge-indicator lights.