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Where the celebs go for a $400 facial. Red Carpet Glow Guide: Getting the Oscars' Glow with Joanna Vargas, Mai Quynh, Tim Quinn, and more

Joanna Vargas, a New York City celebrity facialist whose clients include Emma Stone and Julianne Moore, is a fan of adding tea to a skincare routine. “If your skin tends to be on the sensitive side, if it’s red and irritated, you can rinse your face with chamomile tea after cleansing,” says Vargas. “

“I’ve used Sanítas Skincare morning and night for the past three years. I started using it after the New York City facialist Dangene suggested it to me. Prior to using Sanítas, I would go through waves—a face wash would work for me for about six months, and then suddenly stop working. For anyone that still fights breakouts, it’s a miracle worker.”

How to Look Better in a Crop Top According to a Celebrity Facialist A standard-issue facialregardless of how many lights lasers and potions are involvedtackles your face neck and some or all of your décolleté. But that was before crop tops and cutout-ridden dresses dominated red carpets and regular-person wardrobes alike. The fashion fallout: Aestheticians like Joanna Vargas founder of Joanna Vargas Skincare in New York City (and fairy facial godmother celebs like Karlie Kloss Naomi Watts…

Amanda Lacey Oils of Provence is a blend by the London facialist, with an appealing, herbaceous scent that its creator said was meant to evoke memories of her childhood summers in the South of France. (Lavender and sage do the trick.) (Photo: Patricia Wall/The New York Times)

Myth: Rough Exfoliators Brighten Your Skin. Yes, it may feel like that gritty scrub is polishing up dull skin, but New York facialist Ildi Pekar tells us that using these rough exfoliators could actually be causing more harm than good. “These can cause broken capillaries and irritation or redness in the skin,” she says, “and raw skin can be infected if you do not follow up with a soothing moisturizer.” Instead, use an enzyme exfoliator twice a week to prevent buildup, minus the irritation…

Behind every influential New York face, there's most likely a great facialist—and in our experience, it's most likely Aida Bicaj. Celebs, editors, and CEOs alike swear by the...

Jillian Wright Breakout Blocker Clarifying Serum ($52.50) Half the battle against breakouts? Calming the inflammation caused by the pimple (the redness, the puffiness!). It's just as important as decongesting the blocked pore, says Jillian Wright, a top New York City facialist and the founder of her own powerful, natural line. This serum does both of those things—and yet it's safe to use all over your face, preventing further breakouts with natural anti-microbials, a Chinese herb called…

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