The day after Halloween can be exhausting! Whether you attended a costume party or volunteered to chaperone little ones while trick or treating, you are sure to need some self-care STAT. So we’ve put together a list of some of the best products to have on hand after all the festivities.
Burts Bees Conditioning Lip Scrub, $9
Did the lipstick you used or cold air leave your lips dry? If so, Burts Conditioning Lip Scrub will gently exfoliate and leave you ready to pucker up! Beautiful, soft lips will be just a scrub away.
Available at BurtsBees.com
Glam Body Dry Skin Busting Coconut Body Scrub, $17.95
Whether you piled on makeup or were out in the brisk cold all night, this scrub is the perfect treatment to remove impurities and combat dry skin after a rough night.
Available at IamGlamBody.com
Hot Head Deep Conditioning Cap, $29.95
Tried colored hair spray or wore a synthetic wig to add some oomph to your costume? Well your hair probably needs some TLC and Hot Head is the perfect tool to quickly give yourself a deep conditioning treatment in the privacy of your own home
Available at ThermalHairCare.com
103 Collection Antioxidant Facial Toner , $9.99
Want to make sure your melanin keeps its glow, then be sure to use a product like 103 Collection Antioxidant Toner. This toner helps the skin by minimizing the look of pores, removing residuals missed during cleansing and preparing the skin to receive the serums and moisturizers applied later.
Available at 103Collection.com
LaBelle Femme Pomegranate Kiss Body Butter, $20
When you need to nourish your skin from head to toe, LaBelle Femme’s body butter will provide your skin with a velvety smooth finish and healthy glow. This luxurious body butter is all natural.
Available at lbfproducts.com
The Mane Choice Soft As Can Be 3-in-1 Revitalize & Refresh Conditioner, $13.99
If your hair went through it on Halloween but wash week is still a few days away, The Mane Choice Soft As Can Be 3-in-1 Revitalize & Refresh Conditioner will work wonders on restoring moisture.
Available at Target
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