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’ve asked designer Laure Hériard Dubreuil — founder and CEO of The Webster and designer of LHD — which products she can’t live without.
No need to fly to Paris anymore! There is absolutely no one better than David and his team when it comes to hair, and now he has a salon in New York [Editor’s note: The new salon is at Dubreuil’s Webster Soho]. The Hair Serum DM027 is my absolute favorite because the smell of macadamia oil is exquisite. I have a very sensitive sense of smell. Growing up I wanted to be a nose, but I soon found out developing fragrance is a very long process, and fashion moves faster, so I chose fashion.
Many people suggest getting some sunshine to ward off jet lag. I can never get enough sunshine — my first-grade teacher called me “the tropical plant” because of my love for sun. Vitamin D is like sunshine in a bottle — it helps fight inflammation and strengthen your immune system, in addition to helping mental clarity and regulating the melatonin levels in your body, which helps get your body ready for sleep. Try the oral spray by Dr. Mercola, which he recommends you use up to five times a day. It’s always in my suitcase, and I don’t know how I managed prior to discovering it.
I like to keep things very simple with my skin, but Joanna Czech facials are unbelievable. I use her roller religiously. Roll upwards! I do it three times on each side. It helps with puffiness but mainly I do it because it feels wonderful. It’s the first one I’ve ever used and I love it.