Editors’ Picks For Best Beauty Products: February 2017

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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 February.

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Editors' Picks: February

Overnight Recovery Oil

$52

Caudalie

"My skin freaks out in the winter, so I've been adding this nourishing oil to my nightly moisturizer."

Nicky Deam, Editorial Director

Frame Your Face Micro Brow Pencil

$21

Wander Beauty

"I've been playing around with my brow routine, and I switched from a traditional pencil to this ultra-thin wand. It's nice not having to sharpen anything, and the precision tip really allows me to fill in those tiny gaps without overdoing it. I then set the shape with Cara Delevingne's favorite $4 eyebrow gel—and I have to say, the results aren't half-bad."

Kristi Mikesky, Managing Editor

Argan Daily Moisturizer SPF 47

$32

Josie Maran

"I'm obsessed with this all-natural, chemical-free moisturizer. It's packed with green tea and powerful sun protection. It's also argan-oil-infused, so I've been wearing the lightweight formula over another face oil during the day to stay ultra-hydrated in winter—it's fast-absorbing, so I never feel greasy."

Laura Lajiness, Fashion Editor

Sugar Tinted Lip Treatment SPF 15

$24

Fresh

"I'm living for my Fresh Sugar lip treatment. It's the only thing that moisturizes my chapped lips in cooler months, and it also provides the perfect subtle dose of color."

Alyson Fishbein, Senior Manager, Social Media

Laid-Back Defrizz And Anti-Static Spray

$29

IGK

"From using dryer sheets to cranking up the humidifier, I've made every desperate attempt at taming the Einstein-like static in my hair during colder months. Then I stumbled upon this Winter Miracle Worker (that's what I'd call it if I invented the product). If I didn't need it only for winter, I would name this my desert island pick."

Samantha McDonald, News Editor

First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration

$30

Amazon

"I usually stay away from heavy moisturizers, but this winter has been especially cruel to my skin. This First Aid Beauty cream has been a godsend. Although the formula is thick, it never feels uncomfortably heavy or greasy. It absorbs quickly and transforms my tight, dry face into an insanely soft, supple, hydrated canvas. It wears nicely under makeup, too, so I use it for day and night."

Amy Lee, Associate Fashion Editor

Euphoria Mask

$75

Joanna Vargas

"I had a bit of a flare-up recently, and this bamboo mask brought my skin back to normalcy. Aloe vera and chamomile work together to soothe inflammation and diminish redness, leaving skin refreshed and hydrated."

Andrea Navarro, Associate Beauty Editor

Line Interception Power Duo

$350

La Prairie

"I'm still scared of Botox, and this miracle product is billed as the next best thing (sans needles). It's pricey, but at least I never have to fear a frozen face!"

Erin Nicole, Lifestyle Editor