SPOTTED!

Because we always love to know what’s in our favorite celebrities’ medicine cabinets (and we know you love to know too!)

WHO: Cooper Lawrence. Radio darling and veteran with a resume chock full of all sorts of media-related bona fides. Part of “The Big Show with Scott & Todd on WPLJ” in New York and even more recently, on daily national Fox TV show “Dish Nation,” a celeb gossip show.

We’re talking print, TV, radio guru here – a woman of many talents who so happens to have authored five books, her most current being The Cult of Celebrity: What our Fascination with the Stars Reveals About Us.

WHERE: In her medicine cabinet!

WHAT: The (one and only) Drying Lotion, Cucumber Cream Soap, Seaweed Cleansing Lotion, Eye Makeup Remover Gel (Non-Oily), and then some.

WHY: “(…) I found myself with skin like a 13 year old girl and I don’t mean that in a positive way… My face was full of zits and blemishes which, as you can imagine, is quite attractive on an adult woman (she said sarcastically).

I tried every product around… Have you ever heard of Mario Badescu? Oh-My-Lordy!

…it changed my skin.  Oh and it’s totally affordable.”

We know you want to know what she uses:

Drying Lotion: “You only use a tiny bit on a Q-Tip and it’s just $17!!! Lasts forever.”

Cucumber Cream Soap: “This was perfect to wash off the caked on HD make up that gets into every wrinkle and crevasse.”

Eye Makeup Remover Gel (Non-Oily): “And the most important product of all was this eye make up remover. I got the non-oily one and it was a whopping $6….right??? So inexpensive and not only did these products clean my skin really well, but no more zits and blemishes.”

Curious for more? Cooper Lawrence goes more into depth on her blog, here. (We love you, Cooper!)

 

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Tell us what’s in your medicine cabinet in the comments below. Or, better yet, send us snapshots of what’s in your medicine cabinet!

Author: Kimberly Yang

I hold these truths to be self-evident, that skin care is paramount, green tea is everything, and the Internet rules all (typical Gen-Y philosophy; if it wasn't 'grammed, it never happened). Also pertinent: writer, Aries, content manager here at Mario Badescu. For more about me, visit my Google+ page.

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