I started using Aveeno back in college. Whenever I had skin issues, switching to Aveeno helped get me on track; so after I gave birth, I wasted no time in making my baby boy a convert, as well. The baby wash and shampoo ($6.99 – $10.99) and baby eczema therapy moisturizing cream ($14.99) were lifesavers for his sensitive newborn skin. To this day, he uses the Daily Moisturizing body wash ($6.99 – $8.99) and lotion ($6.99 – $10.99). You’ve gotta start good skincare young!
Personally, though, my new favorite go-tos are the Positively Radiant makeup removing wipes ($6.99). Recently when I had to change beauty looks between shoots for Vogue China, they got the job done quickly (and thanks to the moisturizing soy extract, they also provided me with a brief moment of zen in the middle of a long work day). I’ve been reaching for the new sheer hydration lotion ($6.99 – $9.49) too. When you shoot bags, close-ups of hands are inevitable, and with the regular beating my hands take in the kitchen cooking, my skin practically begs for hydration.
Which is the Aveeno product you always keep stocked?
I had back-to-back shoots for Vogue China. First up? Glam Saint Laurent!
Quick change for an au natural, western-inspired shoot