Lounge & Pamper At Home with These Must-Have Items

This March and always, treat yourself to some tender loving care with these products from Baebody Beauty, MasqueBAR, Suki Skincare, EMMA Beauty and Onzie. These must-haves will help you relax and give you a spa feeling in the comfort of your own home.

Baebody’s products are made in the USA, safe to use for all types of skin, sulfate-free, cruelty-free and paraben-free. Baebody’s Eye Gel and Retinol Moisturizer are two of the brand’s best selling products that also help your skin retain its youthfulness. Baebody’s Eye Gel includes Jojoba Oil, Gotu kola, Matrixyl 3000, and a Peptide and Amino Acid Complex, and firms and hydrates the delicate skin around your eyes while boosting collagen. The eye gel can also be used over the entire face. To apply, dab the gel around the eyes, cheek and forehead area in a gentle manner. For the best results, use two times a day (in the morning and night). Bonus: The eye gel can be worn under your makeup. Find it HERE.

Baebody’s Retinol Moisturizer includes a light combination of Shea Butter, Green Tea, Jojoba Oil, Vitamins E and B5 and Retinol, which works to reduce the look of discoloration, fine lines, hyper-pigmentation and wrinkles. To apply, wash your skin and pat it dry. Then gently massage the moisturizer into your face, neck and chest area in upward circular motions. For the best results, use the product regularly. If applying during the daytime, make sure to wear sunscreen as retinol increases your skin’s sensitivity to the sun. Pick it up HERE.


MasqueBAR’s products offer cheap spa-quality treatments that you can carry with you and do yourself at your convenience. Their Bio Cellulose Collection and Pure Gold Hydro Eye Patches are affordable, portable, and will leave your skin glowing.

MasqueBAR’s Bio Cellulose Collection is developed in Korea and formulated from 100% pure coconut hydrogel to better adhere to and treat your skin. The collection contains six masks, Aloe Vera After Sun, Anti-Aging, Hydrating, Brightening, Charcoal and Purifying. All masks are under $5 each and cut in advance to match the shape of your face, with strategically placed holes for your nostrils, lips and eyes. To use, press the mask onto a cleaned and dried face and leave it on for a half-hour. After removing the mask, rub the remaining product into the skin before rinsing with warm water. Shop MasqueBAR’s Bio Cellulose Collection HERE.

MasqueBAR’s Pure Gold Hydro Eye Patches contain coconut extract and collagen to refresh and hydrate your sensitive under-eye skin. To use, apply the patches to clean, dry skin beneath your eyes. Make sure to smooth out the air bubbles, and wear for 20-30 minutes, massaging the remaining essence into your skin. Shop MasqueBAR’s Pure Gold Hydro Eye Patches HERE.


Suki Skincare’s Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser is clean, free from synthetics and good for all types of skin and the environment. The cleanser jumpstarts your skin’s production of collagen, reduces the build-up of dry skin and blemishes, and clears your pores for a radiant, even and silky smooth complexion. Pick this up for yourself HERE.


Every month, EMMA Beauty comes out with new V.S.N.P. (very special nail polish) collections. This March, that collection is the Slow Living Collection, a bright array of six different shades perfect for Spring. The nail colors are named Daily Detox, Beyond Meet, Twilight All Night, Slow Living, Go Naked, and Be Strong. The Slow Living Collection is cruelty-free, vegan, and chock full of nourishing ingredients like Vitamins E, B7, A, and Protein. Shop EMMA Beauty’s Slow Living Collection HERE.


Are you looking for comfortable and attractive clothes that can be worn anywhere from your home to the office to an airplane? Onzie’s Cozy Collection features versatile loungewear sets with pieces all under $100! Each set is cute and so soft, you won’t want to wear anything else! Check out the extensive Onzie offerings HERE. We love these, too:


Gemma Lolos

Social Media Manager, City Pulse Editor + Staff Writer

Gemma Lolos is a fiercely proud native New Yorker who is devoted to the arts in all its many forms. She loves to sing and listen to music, read great literature, experience inspiring theatre and film, and stream addictive television. She works full-time as a Marketing professional in New York City and does freelance writing on the side. In her free time, Gemma tries to immerse herself in the New York arts scene as much as possible, eat great food, and travel whenever she is able.