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1.An acne patch for those days when a pimple pops up at the *worst* possible moment. Hydrocolloid, tea tree oil, and calendula oil are gentle on the skin while still drawing out fluids and pus from your pimple.
2.A cruelty-free lengthening mascara, because who doesn't want to be this fabu~lash~? It's lightweight, won't transfer, doesn't smudge, and lasts all day — what more could you ask for?
3.A bottle of rosehip oil to inject your skin with devastatingly effective antioxidants and fatty acids that brighten dark spots and restore your skin's plumpness. It's safe to use on your face, nails, and body and the results are scrumdiddlyumptious.
4.A brightening facial scrub so your skin is ✨glowing✨. A combo of sea kelp, lemon peel, French green clay, and Madonna lily can slough away the dry, flaky dead skin cells and de-gunk your pores to help reduce breakouts.
5.The MakeUp Eraser, a super soft cloth made to dissolve every last bit of waterproof mascara and longwear foundation, though it may not be as effective at deleting last night's memories of drunken tabletop dancing. They're supposed to survive 1,000 washes or three to five years, which is longer than any of my relationships. 🙂 That means you'll end up replacing them only two or three times every decade.
6.CeraVe's face and body moisturizer to enjoy 24 hours of head-to-toe hydration. It contains three ceramides, which are lipids that help the skin retain its moisture, plus hyaluronic acid, another ingredient known for keeping skin plump and hydrated.
7.A dandruff shampoo so you can banish white flakes from your scalp. It's made with ketoconazole 1%, an antifungal ingredient that'll tell your dandruff it's no longer welcome here.
8.A bottle of Fanola purple shampoo, because attempting to tone your hair is something you should probably just leave to the pros. This is good for between visits to your colorist, as it should remove just enough yellow tones from your hair that you can live without fretting about your color until your next salon appointment in a few weeks.
9.A bottle of Olaplex No. 3, a splurge-worthy repairing treatment that'll revive your dry, damaged, colored hair. As someone who spends four-plus hours bleaching my hair every six to eight weeks, I can 100% vouch for this miracle in a bottle that also tones my hair and gets rid of any brassiness.
10.A color-depositing conditioner so you can skip the hassle and mess of at-home box dyes or the hefty price tag of a salon visit. Each time you wash your hair using this conditioner, the color will become more vibrant.
11.A hair repair serum with hydrating argan oil, aloe vera, and vitamin E so you can literally just brush your mane in the morning and you're good to go. Hello, frizz-free hair!
13.An argan oil hair mask to repair your hair's elasticity and make it soft and shiny again. If you think you're awful at doing your hair, it could just be that split ends and dryness are making it hard to style your strands — and this deep conditioner can help with that. It's safe for all hair types and is paraben- and sulfate-free.
14.A scalp massager that'll transform your shower into a five-star salon. A relaxing scalp massage is great for getting that blood flowing to your head while simultaneously breaking down buildup (hello hairspray and dry shampoo).
15.A detangling brush so you can stop using the phrase "rat's nest" to describe your hair before brushing it. The Glide Thru Detangling Brush has flexible bristles that separate knots without pulling and breaking your strands.
16.A tub of Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay for treating your scalp to a deep clean that'll break through buildup so everything you use after can really penetrate your scalp. It's also ~amazing~ for your face and does a fantastic job of vacuuming out your pores. It may also help reduce the frequency of your breakouts and soften your skin.
17.A hair finishing stick that'll clean up all those random strands that escape from ponytails and buns. It's basically like a mascara wand coated in natural plant oils for your hair.
18.A KISS automatic curling iron to take the arm workout out of doing your hair. This curler has prongs that wrap your hair around the rod so you don't have to get your fingers near the heat. There's also a genius button that lets you switch between curling left and right so you don't accidentally curl your hair in the same direction and then have it all lump together into one jumbo wave.
19.A Chi automatic curling iron, because you deserve perfect curls in mere minutes. All you do is insert your hair into the chamber and the curler will automatically wrap it around the heated rod. Then, just wait until it beeps to let you know that the curl has set. The best part: the barrel protects your fingers from getting burned. As a clumsy person who's prone to singeing her fingers and is also terrified of burning off her hair, this genius tool gives me hope that I, too, will one day be able to curl my hair again without sustaining bodily injuries.
20.A set of flexible curling rods so you don't have to spend three hours in the morning curling your hair. Use them on wet or dry hair and then sleep on them. The results: perfect heatless curls.
21.A hair straightener with tiny sensors to regulate temperature and evenly distribute heat so you need fewer passes. It's made with high quality ceramic plates that'll straighten (or curl) your hair long after your cheaper straighteners have died.
22.A John Frieda hot air brush that'll help straighten your hair as it dries. This way you can ditch your round brush and hair dryer for an all-in-one tool and prevent the arm fatigue that inevitably happens halfway through your blow-dry.
23.A curl cream so you can embrace your kinks. The lightweight formula helps define your curls and enhance waves without being too heavy on your hair. This is your excuse to skip the flat iron!
24.A dry shampoo to sop up grease and oils so you can go longer between washes. If this isn't the epitome of a lazy girl beauty product, then I don't know what else is.
25.Or! A paraben-free dry shampoo powder that'll refresh your locks between washes. It's cruelty-free, all-natural, and vegan, so you can feel safe putting it on your skin.
26.A John Frieda lightening spray to give you beachy highlights without, well, a beach. It's basically impossible to use it incorrectly; simply spritz your strands and then blow dry them. The result: salon-worthy results at a fraction of the price.
27.A stack of spiral hair ties so your ponytail doesn't cause that dreaded crease. They're gentle on your hair to prevent breakage and are a lot more hygienic than your normal hair ties because they don't absorb moisture or oils. And! These shrink after you wear them so you can stop wasting money on hair ties that stretch out.
28.A Schick Silk dermaplaning razor so you can trim your brows — and conquer your PTSD from accidentally shaving off half your eyebrow in middle school thanks to its precision cover. These itty bitty razors are great for stashing in your purse for touch-ups on the go.
29.A foot file, because the end of flip-flop season is no excuse for not having super soft feet. Just a few minutes of scrubbing and you'll see results; no more waiting for creams that take weeks to work or trip after trip to get a pedicure because your calluses return the second you step out of the nail salon.
30.A cuticle oil to prepare your nails for fall-colored manis. A combination of sweet almond oil, vitamin E, and jojoba softens the cuticle and strengthens your claws so you can wave goodbye to weak nails that peel.
31.A tub of O'Keeffe's hand cream for replenishing moisture in dry, cracked hands. It forms a protective layer around your hands, locking in hydration and preventing moisture from escaping.
32.A teeth-whitening pen that'll be a heck of a lot cheaper than a trip to the dentist. You can use each pen ~20 times and should expect your teeth to lighten four to eight shades. They're teeny tiny and can fit in and your bag for easy touch-ups, but what I'm most excited about is the fact that they taste fresh and minty. I can't be the only one who tried a whitening strip and gagged for 20 minutes straight because it was maybe the nastiest thing I've ever put in my mouth.
33.A bug bite suction tool, because those pesky bloodsuckers take no breaks — and neither do you. It's designed to actually suck out venom, saliva, and irritants on your skin that may be causing swelling and itching. Many of us are rejoicing that the cold weather is sending mosquitoes into hibernation, but this lil' guy would be super handy to have on vacation if you're venturing somewhere warm. And! You can also use it to treat bites from bees, wasps, biting flies, no-see-ums, chiggers, and sea lice.