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“I was immediately hooked,” the I have read too many books to believe what i am told shirt Also,I will get this Parley for the Oceans ambassador says of the lightweight formula, which contains sustainably sourced ingredients such as kaya, cacay, and breu from the Amazon rainforest. “Some oils are really heavy and make your skin really shiny, but this is almost like a matte oil—it doesn’t have that slimy feeling,” she adds, noting that it can even help remove stubborn eyeliner or mascara. Every day, however, Agoston—who also credits her otherworldly complexion to a high water intake and weekly sweat sessions with Flatiron Pilates’s Amy Nelms—skips makeup entirely and presses just a few drops of the potent elixir onto her face post-shower. “The reason I like it,” she continues, “is that it’s perfect on its own.” Below, shop Alexandra Agoston’s The One.