The Shops at Columbus

10 Columbus Circle • New York City, NY 10019 • 212-823-6300

Monday to Saturday: 10:00am - 9:00pm   Sunday: 11:00am - 7:00pm

Love the Skin You’re In

No need to be uncomfortable in your own skin. Winter may be on the way out, but dry skin still needs moisturizing attention any time of the year. Sail smoothly into the spring season by amping up your head-to-toe strategy, and make your way to The Shops at Columbus Circle with this curated list of the perfect products to soothe your rough spots.

Transform your face with the Drunk Elephant line of moisturizers from Sephora, which have developed a cult following. Our favorite is the T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial ($80). This at-home facial in a bottle does it all: It unclogs pores, erases lines, resurfaces, brightens, calms, and hydrates.


Smoothe your skin and combat visible signs of aging with the Immortelle Divine Serum ($119) from L’Occitane. Want to know the key ingredient in this magic potion? A flower grown on the island of Corsica that is known for its exceptional longevity.

M.A.C. Cosmetics

Get ready to step out and shine with Prep and Prime Fix ($26) from M.A.C. Cosmetics. This hydrating mist is available in your choice of four signature scents, and it’s loaded with vitamins and minerals that give a boost to tired skin. It will also refresh, set, and intensify your makeup.


Developed exclusively for Williams-Sonoma, the fresh-scented Fleur de Sel hand lotion ($12.95) is a must-have that you’ll want to keep in every room of your home. Naturally enriched with shea butter and botanical oils, it will disappear fast.


Have you noticed that your hair needs a little help, too? The best-selling Dry Remedy Daily Moisturizing Oil from Aveda ($30) will soften and add shine to every hair type. Sign up for a free consult with an on-site expert to learn how to apply it and get the best results.

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