...Which is exactly how often we should all be wearing sunscreen.
Including an exfoliator that doesn't irritate, a lymphatic drainage tool that has several beauty editors (and our beauty director) hooked and a peppy nail polish color perfect for the dog days of summer.
Including a handful of dreamy lip colors, a miraculously quick-drying nail polish and *lots* of intensive moisturizers (for hair, body and face).
Including a whole host of lotions and creams keeping us moisturized, head-to-toe, as winter approaches.
"Midge's routine makes her feel powerful."
Experts weigh in on three old-school, once-staple formulas to see how they stack up next to newer innovations.
I might be missing the latest snowstorm (haha!), but I live in New York. And despite the lovely weather here in Florence, my lips and skin still feel like they've been exposed to the elements. Yet despite the gaggle of moisturizers out there, I still have no idea how to keep my skin soft and smooth during the winter without greasy lotions. And it seems that many of you feel the same way. So I asked professional snowboarders/Roxy spokeswomen Torah Bright and Erin Comstock to explain how they take care of their skin. I mean, if they can manage to keep their skin protected, it should be easy for the rest of us, right? Here's what Torah and Erin had to say: