The Unexpected Products Our Editors Keep in Their Medicine Cabinets

| April 1, 2020 | Style & Beauty

Skincare is all the rage for Philadelphia Style's editors. Here's the favorite products they've been reaching for in their medicine cabinets.

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Kristin Detterline

M-61 PowerGlow Peel

"This was the very first Bluemercury product that I tried in 2012 and I've been buying them ever since. I use them before bed a couple times a week and always stash them in my cosmetics bag when I travel." $116 for 60 treatments, bluemercury.com

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Antonia DePace

Buca Botanicals Rosehip + Vitamin C Illuminating Eye Elixir

“I like having two different under eye products on hand. I use a cream at night, and then this roll-on elixir in the morning. It’s made with rosehip, stabilized vitamin c, sea buckthorn and strawberry, which all work together to de-puff and radiate.” $50, bucabotanicals.com

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Alana Tosti

Lancome Energie De Vie Night Mask

“I swear by all Lancome products and this night mask might be magic.” $66, sephora.com

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Marni Manko

Chantecaille Stress Repair Concentrate

"I swear by Chantecaille’s Stress Repair Concentrate+ eye cream, and there’s no better complement to it than their Advanced Bio Lifting+ Massage Tool. Instant depuffing of my eyes!" $198, saksfifthavenue.com



Photography by: Cover photo Photo by ian dooley on Unsplash; BUCA Botanicals courtesy of Ashley Buchanan, Founder + Maker of BUCA Botanicals; other photos courtesy of brands