The Monthly Edit: Every Product Our Editors Loved in April

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As beauty editors, we’re always discovering and trying out fun, new products. While not every hair oil, lipstick, or serum becomes a favorite, the ones that do definitely deserved to be shared with our fellow hair and beauty lovers (i.e. YOU!).

Each month, we’ll be highlighting the products that our editors can’t and won’t stop talking about. Below, see their top picks for the month of April.

Versed Back-Up Plan Acne-Control Body Mist

Versed’s Back-Up Plan Acne-Control Body Mist has been a life-saver since I started using it a few weeks ago. I tend to break out on my shoulders when the weather starts to warm up, but using the mist has really helped keep my acne in check. It’s super easy to use and dries quickly, so I never have to worry about the product transferring onto my clothes. If you experience any kind of body acne, I highly recommend trying this out!” — Emily Lentz, beauty features editor

Shop: Versed Back-Up Plan Acne-Control Body Mist, $14.99

Glossier Cloud Paint in Puff

“One of my favorite beauty purchases this spring has without a doubt been Glossier’s Cloud Paint in Puff. I love the beautiful flush of pink that this shade in particular adds to your cheeks. Not to mention, it’s super buildable and blends like an absolute dream! I’m already planning on adding more shades to my collection because it’s just that good!” — Camille Nzengung, hair features editor

Shop: Glossier Cloud Paint, $18.00

Kosas Chemistry AHA Serum Deodorant – Serene Clean

“I’m always on the hunt for a clean deodorant that actually works. I recently converted from Drunken Elephant to Kosas because of the reviews. And, if I’m honest, the packaging. From their site: ‘A stain-free serum deodorant with a unique blend of AHAs for the ultimate BO-fighting treatment.’ I can attest that I’ve never felt fresher after a day of coffee breaks and convos about deadlines.”  — Jeffrey Lunnen, VP of Digital Content and Volume Up podcast co-host

Shop: Kosas Chemistry AHA Serum Deodorant, $15.00

Supergoop Daily Dose Vitamin C + SPF 40 Serum

“I’m always a fan of the Supergoop GlowScreen, it gives the best shine and color, but I wanted to start to use vitamin C every day so I went for this! It creates the same glow and shine as the sunscreen, and protects you with spf too! Definitely a must have for the summer.” — Katie Allen, social media coordinator

Shop: Supergoop Daily Dose Vitamin C + SPF 40 Serum, $46.00

Benefit Cosmetics Hoola Matte Bronzer

“If you’re a makeup lover like me, you know the importance of a good bronzer. The Hoola Matte Bronzer from Benefit Cosmetics is everything. While it’s not new to my makeup routine, I have been using it more than usual as a way to add a little color to my complexion. Paired with a little concealer and a swipe of mascara, the matte powder provides the perfect sun-kissed look. It even works great as a natural eye shadow shade!” — E.L.

Shop: Benefit Cosmetics Hoola Matte Bronzer, $30.00

Elemis Pro-Collagen Rose Hydro-Mist

“For days when my skin needs a boost, I have been reaching for this pretty pink mist from Elemis. The fact alone that it literally smells like roses is enough to make me love it, but I also love that after a few spritzes of this mist, my skin has an amazing dewy glow — without looking oily or greasy! It’s super pricey, but I honestly think it’s worth it because a little goes a long way in making your skin feel refreshed.” —C.N.

Shop:Elemis Pro-Collagen Rose Hydro-Mist, $68.00

Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask

“I finally gave in and tried this overnight mask and I love it! It’s very moisturizing and I love the scent. When I wake up and my face is super glowy and hydrated!” — K.A.

Shop: Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask, $45.00 for 2.7oz

Bathing Culture Mind and Body Wash Refillable Glass

“Single use plastic is gross and I have way too much of it. I’m a fan of body wash, which is why I’m always asking on the Volume Up podcast and I go through it fast . I was targeted by Bathing Culture’s ads on IG and immediately influenced. ‘Made with organic ingredients, including skin superheroes Aloe, Shea and Guar.’ I don’t know what Guar is, but I should be appreciative? Turns out, I am!” —J.L.

Shop: Bathing Culture Mind and Body Wash Refillable Glass, $35.00

Are you a fan of any of these products? Let us know in the comments below!

The Tease Editors