Shelf Life

How to fill your medicine cabinet with items to soothe, cleanse, and beautify.

By Lauren Bell - September 2016

Shelf Life

How to fill your medicine cabinet with items to soothe, cleanse, and beautify.

By Lauren Bell - September 2016


Is your medicine cabinet inspiring? No, we’re serious! Step away from those generic drug store products (or at least shove them to the back row) and fill your medicine cabinet with items to soothe, cleanse, beautify, and, yes, inspire.

-Photography by David Colwell

Top Shelf (from left): Pharmacy jar ($18) at Trohv. Zeolite ($12) at Trohv. Everything mist ($19) at Priya Means Love. Barr-Co. soap ($10.50) at In Watermelon Sugar. Herbivore body polish ($36) at Brightside Boutique. Pomegranate eye serum ($25) at Priya Means Love. Mixed salts ($16) at Priya Means Love.

Second Shelf (from left): Herbivore soaking salts ($18) at In Watermelon Sugar. Matches and strike pad ($16) at In Watermelon Sugar. Deep blue jar ($16) at Trohv. Herbivore soap bars ($12 each) at In Watermelon Sugar. Herbivore Hydrating mist ($32) at In Watermelon Sugar.

Third Shelf (from left): Hayride perfume ($45) at Priya Means Love. Soap & Paper hand creams ($10 each) at Trohv. Garden scrub ($14) at Priya Means Love. Lattice container ($15) at In Watermelon Sugar. P.F. Candle Co. candle ($12) at In Watermelon Sugar. Fresh Sugar lip treatment ($24) at South Moon Under. Odeon nail polish ($11.50) at Trohv. Barr-Co. bubble elixir ($31) at In Watermelon Sugar.





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