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What Catt Sadler Can’t Live Without

If you’re like us, you’ve probably wondered what famous people add to their carts. Not the JAR brooch and Louis XV chair, but the hand sanitizer and the electric toothbrush. We asked former E! News anchor Catt Sadler about the facial massager, skin oil, and brain supplements she can’t live without.

This is a total game changer. So I was on a morning show for a while where I had super early hours and wasn’t sleeping a lot. I heard about this, and it sounded like a gimmick. You massage it under your eyes, and supposedly the dark circles go away after two minutes of doing it. Well, the first time I used it was live on camera, and the audience actually audibly gasped that my eyes were getting less puffy. The fluid in the eyes that pool will get massaged away because it really works. I use it to massage eye creams in, too. I bring it everywhere — it goes in my purse and into my carry-on when I travel.

You need this in your life. I discovered it about a year ago, and all these face oils are so popular right now, but this one is the absolute best. The scent is just unbelievable. I put it on before bed on my nose and behind my ears, and it really helps minimize pores, and I want to say even plump the skin a little bit. I wake up feeling so glad that I put it on the night before.

I have all of social media to thank for this. I just started the Whole30 diet, which has been very challenging. Have you done it? I am a huge lover of all things dairy. I love cheese and lattes and all of it, and when I started Whole30, I was just drinking black coffee saying how boring it was. And everyone came out of the woodwork to say I had to try these Nut Pods creamers. The hazelnut flavor is so yummy without all the junk of nondairy creamers. I’m going to stick with it once my 30 days are up, it’s that good.

I first discovered E3Live three or four years ago at Erewhon, this hippie natural market in L.A. They sold me on blue algae, which is supposedly one of the first superfoods for humans. They have to get it out of these cold springs and swore it was some kind of brain food that was so good for you, so I was like, okay, I’ll try some. One of the first E3Live BrainOn supplements I took had to be stored in the freezer because they had to be preserved, and I swore by the stuff. So there are a lot of different thoughts about whether supplements work, but to me it was like a natural form of Red Bull. I felt more alert and focused, and like I could do so much more. Now, they’re bottling BrainOn in pill form rather than as a frozen supplement, so it’s so much easier. People in L.A. are talking about them, so I think it’s catching on.