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2in1 Time Savers for Beauties on the Go

In-Shower Body Lotion + Self-Tanner
Leave it all in the shower this summer with a body lotion and self-tanner that you can rinse off before you head out into the world with your glowing, moisturized skin. Simply let it sit on your skin for approximately three minutes, rinse it off and then dazzle the masses all day without the sticky feeling of lotion or the distinct odor of a self-tanner.

Eyeshadow Palette
Enjoy endless possibilities when you start getting creative with your eyeshadow palette. Use your light, shimmery colors as a highlighter and sweep your browns, blacks, reds or grays (depending on your hair color) into your brows with an eyeliner brush for a no-fuss brow-filler.

Texturizing Dry Shampoo
Boost your roots and add texture in one step with this product that has us saying, “Why didn’t we think of this?” Texturizing dry shampoos pack the punch of a texturizing spray along with the cleanliness that dry shampoo bestows upon us, making day two, three, four or even five of a blowout better than ever before.

Eyeliner + Lash Boosting Serum
Finally, we are gifted a combination that makes so much sense it prompts us to wonder what else we are missing out on. Treat yourself to an an eyeliner that works overtime for you as it defines your lash line and gives you a tomorrow with even better lashes.

Hydrating Shampoo
For hair that errs on the side of greasy or for any hair type searching to achieve a bleachy, wavy and still healthy look, conditioning shampoo could be the answer. Lather up and leave the formula on your mane for the remainder of your shower before rinsing off. Skip the conditioner and enjoy clean, voluminous locks that give a beautiful and carefree look.

Castile Soap
Bring this stuff in the shower for shampoo, body wash and shaving cream. Then, tote it to the kitchen to mop the floors, clean the counters and anything else you can think of. Seriously, this stuff does it all. It’s not harsh on the body but it does boast some major cleaning power for the house. Ask your local health food store for some recipes for the various uses.

Oil: Cleanser + Moisturizer
Prepare to glow! This rejuvenating method will wipe away all traces of makeup and have your skin thanking you for the extra hydrating love. Massage your oil of choice onto your face for a minute and rinse off with warm water. Add a washcloth if need be or use a dry towel to wipe off the remaining oil. Slather a coat of the oil on your face for a nighttime moisturizer or use it for the day if you choose a light oil and have 30 minutes to spare to let your skin soak it in. Some of the go-to oil options? Olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, grapeseed oil and hemp seed oil.

Hair + Body Wash
Gone are the days where two-in-one hair and body washes were solely for the dudes. New formulas on the market with alternate scents that are either gender-neutral or leaning towards the feminine side have prompted the ladies to let go of the Old Spice notion that two-in-one is just for men. Lather up from head to toe for perfectly clean strands and skin.

Antioxidant, Moisturizing Sunscreen
Why not let your sunscreen do it all? Wipe out oxidants, moisturize your face and protect your skin against all the harmful effects of the sun with one fell swoop.

Cleansing Conditioner
Daily hair washers, rejoice! Cleansing conditioner gives you the best of both worlds — clean hair without the extra damage that daily (and sometimes unnecessary) shampooing can cause. Experiment with different brands and find a formula that is right for your locks. For best results, use a larger amount of product to clean your locks. Use half of the amount to to wash your hair, then rinse. Apply the rest of the cleansing conditioner to your hair and leave in for a few minutes before rinsing again. If your hair is new to the idea of conditioner in the roots, give it some time to adjust. In the meantime, keep some dry shampoo nearby.

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