5 Kiehl’s Products To Try At The House You Babysit

If you’re looking to switch up your skin care regimen, look no further than bathroom cabinet of the wealthy family you babysit for every Friday! Molly’s mom’s wellness cabinet is filled with a wide variety of Kiehl’s skincare products that all cost more than what you make after an entire evening of babysitting. Here are the five best Kiehl’s products to try that you could never, ever afford as a babysitter:


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Rare Earth Pore Cleansing Masque ($26)

Use this product as soon as the little one is sleeping soundly in her trundle. This pore cleansing masque (which you know you can find at the McLaughlin house since it’s fancy as hell) will dig deep into those pores to extract all those pesky blackheads you’d never be able to eliminate with your sad pharmacy-brand toner. The masque should be left on for the amount of time it takes to rummage through the McLaughlins’ snack pantry and devour those Whole Food’s Parmesan Crisps sitting in the corner. You cannot afford any of these things.


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Blue Herbal Gel Cleanser ($21)

This gel cleanser works great and will leave your skin feeling healthy and new—just like the skin of the toddler you’re being paid $15 an hour to keep alive. Try out this cleanser before watching all of Transparent on the McLaughlins’ Amazon Prime membership so you can sit and relax with clean skin while the parents are sending you “we’ll be a little late” texts. Take your time, Janet and Pete!



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Calendula Deep Cleansing Foaming Face Wash ($13)

You’ll be sure to find this face wash exclusively in upscale department stores and the McLaughlin residence. Calendula is extracted from the marigold flower, unlike the flowers that Lindy, age 4, accidentally ate when you were busy Snapchatting the family dog. Try out this face wash since the McLaughlins opted for the 16.9-ounce bottle and will probably never notice anything’s been taken.


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Facial Fuel Energizing Tonic for Men ($18)

Just because you’re a woman doesn’t mean that you can’t try Pete’s face tonic as well! Go ahead and treat yourself to this classic Kiehl’s product strong enough for men, but made for a poor and desperate babysitter. He never uses this stuff, and you’ve already treated yourself to his leftover pulled pork, so why not go all in this Saturday night?



Powerful Wrinkle Reducing Cream ($54)

You’re young and flawless, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t start taking preemptive measures now! Especially when you’ve been babysitting all night and the parents won’t be home for a few more hours. Spackle on this wrinkle reducing cream to feel extra saucy while sitting silently in the living room because you can’t exactly figure out their remote situation.


Kiehl’s products are a must and you should take every opportunity to get them in your life when you’re babysitting at fancy houses. Stock up on nanny hours so you can get your skin feeling fresh and wealthy on a random Tuesday afternoon!