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A set of itty bitty dermaplaning razors you can use to take care of those lil’ unibrow hairs that keep dodging your tweezers or work whatever face fuzzies you might want to take care of in a gentle way — an especially handy tool when many of us can’t head to a salon like we normally would.
A moisturizing lavender and coconut hand soap made with aloe vera and a blend of lavender and orange essential oils so you can get your hands squeaky clean without your skin feeling shriek-y clean.
A streak-free anti-fog spray you can quickly apply to eyeglasses, sunglasses, and face shields, to prevent them from fogging up while you’re wearing a mask.
A suuuper popular Bio-Oil made with vitamins A and E, chamomile, and lavender — you may recognize it as a product a lot of people use to help fade scars (both old and new), soothe cracked and dry skin, and help moisturize without affecting your pores, but people are also using it in quarantine to help with dry and painful skin on their hands from hand-washing and sanitizing.
Maybelline’s Instant Age Rewind concealer, a popular lightweight multi-use concealer for anyone who wants to quickly touch up before Zoom calls or walks around the neighborhood, but doesn’t want to commit to a whole layer of foundation. This also helps cover dark circles without caking and reduce puffiness.
A shampoo scalp massager you can use in the shower to massage and exfoliate your scalp. Not only will it feel decadent, it’ll help tackle dandruff and promote healthier hair growth at the source — which comes especially in handy considering a lot of us are knocked off our usual haircare routines.
A foot file just as effective — if not more so! — than going to a salon. This will remove calluses and hard or cracked skin from your feet with some gentle, pain-free rubbing. It works whether your feet are dry or wet at the time, and will leave your heels so soft you might start petting them.
Or a set of popular acne patches that’ll spot treat the worst of your maskne, and help reduce not just the redness and size of large spots, but also the pain.
A memory foam seat cushion for your tushy so effective at relieving pressure from your tailbone that you’ll finally stop losing sleep over your love-hate relationship with your WFH chair.
A time-marked water bottle with a latch lid that protects the spout so you don’t have to touch it — especially handy for essential workers and and anyone worried about disinfecting things as they’re out and about in the socially distanced world.
A vitamin C-based face serum for brighter, firmer skin, which some of us might be in the market for now that we’re spending a little less time outdoors and a little *more* time circling Netflix’s drain in the dry air of our bedrooms.
A conditioning and healing castor oil full of vitamins and fatty-acids that won’t just strengthen weak hair, but will help you maintain hair health over time. Reviewers mention seeing improvements in growth and strength within a week, with noticeable results within a few months.
A cordless, rechargeable hair cutter and trimmer designed to be beginner-friendly, so you can give yourself *and* other people decent haircuts if you can’t get to a salon. It comes with color-coded combs to guide you to the precise length of hair, along with a mode for cutting hair near the ears, so it’s as close to foolproof as a nonexperienced hair-cutter can get.
Plus a vanity mirror equipped with lights, 180 degree rotational views, and up to three times the magnification so you can see what you’re doing to the back of your head if you decide to tkae the plunge and YouTube tutorial your own layers.
A travel-sized whipped shower frosting so even those of us without bathtubs can feel decadent as heck while we’re getting our suds on in quarantine. Each of these comes with three unique layers of soapy ~frosting~, in so many combos that it might actually make your mouth water.
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