Since 1967, to be exact, so here is 50 years of beautiful, pink and photogenic skin care…
Formulated in: 1960.
Pink can be pretty, but it also targets whiteheads while you sleep. Drying Lotion was formulated by Mario Badescu himself, making it the original biphasic solution that dries the superficial imperfections during the night.
However, Pink is not for every kind of breakup. Use buffered lotion to help reduce big bumps under the skin and drying cream for small bumps and pimples.
Formulated in: 1980.
Looks nice on #shelfies, looks better on your face. It delivers the cult’s favorite facial spray every time you rehydrate and add luminosity to your skin.
Is not Rosa your thing? We also have a facial spray infused with cucumber and green tea!
Formulated in: 1970.
The soap may be in the name, but in reality, this is a creamy and comforting cleanser that helps dissolve light makeup without your skin feeling dry or straight. (In fact, it is formulated without the use of fragrances, surfactants or oils, making it perfect for dry or sensitive skin).
Formulated in: 1980s.
The Moisture Magnet SPF 15 is technically millennial, but since it is considered a millennium OG, this product also deserves attention. Creamy and nourishing, this daily moisturizer gives the skin a soft and smooth finish, which is why it is a favorite make-up artist to create a uniform base.