Keep Cool, and Carry On: 17 Cooling Products to Buy This Summer\nAir conditioner on the fritz? These skin care gems impart a soothing chill while working their magic.\nHere's how to keep cool—from the neck up, at least—during sweltering summer days. \n\n Taraji from W's August 2015 issue, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Styled by Edward Enninful.\nThe effects of this scrub’s eucalyptus, peppermint and menthol oils continue long after I’ve rinsed it off to the point that my feet feel like they have a built-in air conditioner. \n\nDimitri James Foot Fetish Sea Salt Heel Polish $25, skinn.com.\nThe menthol and camphor in this pale mint-colored lotion provide a subtle cool sensation upon application. \n\nEminence Rosehip & Lemongrass Soothing Hydrator $48, buynaturalskincare.com.\nI target my legs and shoulders (and sometimes underarms) with bursts of this moisturizing spray after I towel off post-morning shower. \n\nLittle Barn Apothecary Coconut + Mint Cooling Body Mist $10, littlebarnapothecary.com.\nThis stubby little fat stick feels like an ice cube wrapped in a big wad of cotton, so even though it’s meant for the eye area, I sometimes go rogue and use it on my cheeks and browbones. \n\nBoscia Super Cool De-Puffing Eye Balm $26, boscia.com\nI liberally spray this over my face and neck pre sunscreen and moisturizer, then inhale deeply. It makes me feel happy and centered, and dew-ifies my skin. \n\nNannie Inez Wake Up Mist with Mint & Rosemary $24, nannieinez.com.\nThe eucalyptus oil imparts a subtle breeze in this coconut and olive oil-based salve. \n\nYes to Coconut Cooling Lip Oil $5, yestocarrots.com.\nApplying a generous coat of this bouncy gel to cheeks before bed guarantees waking up to a nicely plump softness. \n\nLancome Energie De Vie Melt-In Sleeping Mask $65, lancome-usa.com.\nThis stuff feels so relieving on skin, I’m tempted to use it even when I don’t have mosquito bites. \n\nCurel Itch Defense Instant Soothing Moisturizing Spray $9, curel.com.\nIf the prior evening involved a glass of wine or two (or a late bedtime), I’ll place one of these below my eyes and chill out for a few minutes before putting on my makeup. If I’m late for work, so be it. Priorities. \n\nSkyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Gels $30, ulta.com.\nI save this for my long bike rides on super sunny days. Of course, I first apply it before I head out, but it encourages reapplication since it feels like I’m splashing water on my body. \n\nLa Roche-Posay Anthelios 60 Cooling Water Lotion $35.99, target.com.\nA sheer, nonsticky lip color that you apply with a mess-proof sponge? I say, show me more shades! \n\nLancôme Juicy Shaker Lip Oil in Show Me the Honey $21, lancome-usa.com.\nThe antioxidants in this potion protect my face from the sun and all manner of urban nasties. \n\nElizabeth Arden Prevage City Smart SPF 50 $68, elizabetharden.com.\nOn hot days I like to wear a crisp, fresh-from-the-shower men’s cologne; despite its name, this mint, mandarin, and woody scent is very chill. \n\nCarven L’Eau Intense Eau de Toilette $95, saks.com.\nThis surprisingly light cream sinks in instantly to tackle puffiness, dark circles, and wrinkles, which are decidedly un-summery. \n\nOlay Eyes Ultimate Eye Cream $25, olay.com.\nSpritz on this red-hibiscus spray after cleansing to restore pH levels, or use it throughout the day, like I do, as a delightful pick-me-up. \n\nDior One Essential Mist-Lotion Detoxifying Mist $60, dior.com.\nWhen I need not only sun protection but also real camouflage, I reach for this luscious whipped formula. \n\nLa Prairie Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Transforming Cream SPF 30 $195, laprairie.com.\nThis light gel calms flare-ups, primes skin for makeup, and (bonus!) feels refreshingly cool going on. \n\nLa Mer the Perfecting Treatment $240, lamer.com.