10 Mom-Approved Beauty Products For Mother's Day\nW editors share the cross-generational beauty products they picked up from mom.\nThe inspiration: Jennifer Lawrence in "Best Performances," photographed by Juergen Teller, styled by Edward Enninful; W magazine February 2014.\n“I use it every night before bed.” – Karin Nelson, Senior Features Editor \n\nDior Creme Abricot, $27, dior.com.\n“Really we both picked it up from my sister Laura who works for La Mer. As soon as mom started using it I asked for it too!” – Rickie De Sole, Fashion Market and Accessories Director \n\nLa Mer Creme de la Mer, $170, nordstrom.com.\n“Sunscreen! My mom wears SPF every day, and has the most amazing skin.” – Sarah Leon, Digital Editorial Director \n\nLa Roche-Posay Anthelion AOX, $43, laroche-posay.us.\n“They’ve recently changed its formula, though, and it’s just not the same now.” – Jane Larkworthy, Executive Beauty Director \n\nNorell, $150, neimanmarcus.com.\n“My mother drinks a ton of water and has the most beautiful skin. I try to follow her hydration cues in the hopes that I’ll get equally radiant results.” – Vanessa Lawrence, Senior Features Writer \n\nBKR Bottle, $35, mybkr.com.\n“My mom always swore by oils more than creams. I haven’t found a better one than this organic one from Kahina. It goes on smoothly and is calmly and moisturizing, never too heavy.” – Gillian Sagansky, Contributing Writer \n\nKahina Prickly Pear Seed Oil, $150, kahina-givingbeauty.com.\n“If there’s one thing I picked up from my mom, it’s a complete cluelessness about beauty products, but she did teach me that you shouldn’t wash your hair often. Today, I use "No-Poo" in the shower.” – Emilia Petrarca, Associate Digital Editor \n\nDevaCurl No-Poo, $20, ulta.com.\n“Gardenia is our favorite flower, so naturally, this perfume is ours too.” – Grace Fuller, Jewelry Editor \n\nAnnick Goutal Gardenia Passion, $182, saksfifthavenue.com.\n“Coconut oil in the summer to soothe skin after the sun.” – Sam Andriano, Social Media Manager \n\nCocovít Coconut Oil, $38,cocovit.co.\n“My great grandmother used to drive into Berkeley to buy these bars, and my mother picked up the habit. I pack one when I travel—it’s TSA-approved and doesn’t mess with the skin’s pH.” – Mia Adorante, Associate Beauty Editor \n\nNeutrogena Facial Cleansing Bar, $3, neutrogena.com.