Editor’s Picks For Best Beauty Products: June 2016

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Here at RZHQ, we love trying new beauty products—and it’s not lost on us that we’re lucky to have access to the latest and greatest from tried-and-true brands as well as the opportunity to discover emerging lines. But what good would it be if we kept our of-the-moment faves to ourselves? Each month, we share our current obsessions in hopes that you’ll love them just as much as we do. Ahead, our top picks for June.

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Editor's Beauty Picks: June

Aesop Rejuvenate Intensive Body Balm

$35

Nordstrom

"I'm really loving this super hydrating Aesop hand and body balm."

—Rachel Zoe, Editor in Chief

Love Your Bare Face Cleansing Balm Stick

$28

Julep

"No one wants a cleanser exploding in their carefully packed suitcase, which is why this detoxifying stick balm is the newest member of my vacation beauty arsenal. Just add water and you have a deep-cleansing exfoliator on your hands (not your clothes)."

—Nicky Deam, Editorial Director

Absolute Anti Aging Face Oil

$175

Uma

"I’m a big believer in the transformative power of face oils, and this one by Uma is my newest addiction. I use the super-potent blend every other day morning and night before my moisturizer for a supple, hydrated and even-toned complexion. It also smells amazing—I really take my time and thoroughly massage it in when applying, which feels like a luxurious, indulgent ritual.”

—Kristi Mikesky, Features Editor

L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color

$29

Smashbox

"I'm so glad I traded my usual powder formula for this highlighter stick. It's so creamy and easy to apply—just blend with your fingers and you look like you're glowing from within."

—Amy Lee, Associate Fashion Editor

DermalQuench Liquid Lift + Retinol Treatment

$98

Kate Somerville

"This product is completely transforming the surface of my skin—it's really gone to work on old acne scars. I feel like if I use it just a bit longer, I'll be able to leave the house foundation-free."

—Erin Nicole, Editor

Face Studio Master Conceal

$8

Maybelline

"Admittedly, I can be a bit skeptical of drugstore beauty products, but this concealer works so well for covering up dark circles and blemishes. It's super affordable, too!"

—Samantha Corbett, Graphic Designer

Phelityl Pre-Cleansing Oil

$55

Erno Laszlo

"I'm obsessed with anything that removes all traces of foundation and stubborn mascara (both of which I use almost every day) without drying out my skin. This cleansing oil fits right into my OCD cleansing routine perfectly: Wash, wash, then wash again."

—Stephanie Montes, Senior Beauty Editor

Sonic Radiance AM Skin Illuminating Cleanser

$25

Clarisonic

"I'm loving this illuminating cleanser by Clarisonic—it feels so luxurious and lightweight, and my skin has significantly less breakouts thanks to its ability to remove impurities."

—Laura Lajiness, New York Editor