4 Must-Have Lotions for Summer

Keep your skin hydrated and looking its best all season.


Lighten up…stow those heavy lotions and creams away for winter. The heat and humidity of summer calls for lighter formulas—with little or no glycerin, lanolin, or petrolatum which can be overpowering for your skin. Try one of these top picks for hydrating your skin in the warmer months.

Josie Maran Whipped Argan Oil

Josie Maran Argan Oil

Argan Oil commonly called the "super-food" for skin promotes healing, conditioning and anti-aging. This luxe yet lightweight formula sinks into your skin and its sweet citrus scent smells ah-mazing.
Sephora; Greenwich

LUSH Dream Cream

LUSH Dream Cream

As LUSH's best selling product, Dream Cream is known for working wonders on all types of skin problems. Oat milk, rose water, olive oil and cocoa butter are a few of the natural ingredients that make this a perfect solution for healing sunburned skin.
LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, Trumbull

Clarins Body Lift Cellulite Control

Clarins Body Lift

What would a summer lotion round-up be without this little French miracle? While it may not completely eliminate your trouble spots it aims to reduce cellulite, along with its smoothing and firming action, resulting in better looking skin. Plus, the lightweight minty smell is really refreshing. Tip: follow the steps for applying the lotion, the application process is equally as important as the lotion itself.
Saks Fifth Avenue; Greenwich

L'Occitane Pure Shea Butter

L'Occitane Pure Shea Butter

This is the best bang for your buck. This lightweight spot treatment is made with 100% shea butter and enriched with Vitamin E. Great for lips, hands and feet. It promises to heal and hydrate your skin along with L'Occitane's fifty other suggested uses such as; smoothing and conditioning hair, healing paper cuts, soothing mosquito bites and a myriad of other ideas. For all fifty uses download their Shea Manifesto »
L'Occitane; Westport, Stamford, and Greenwich



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