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1  Blot oil with napkins. Shove a few napkins into your purse. You'll be amazed at how well they absorb sweat and oil. Toilet seat covers work, too.

2  Chill your creams. Fridge-stored face and eye creams feel so refreshing on a hot day.

Treat razor burn with tea. Beauty Bean blogger Alexis Wolfer freezes a mixture of one cup of milk and four bags of chamomile tea to soothe skin after shaving and to prevent ingrown hairs.

Swap dry shampoo for baby powder. When dry shampoo just isn't enough, try baby or cocoa powder instead.

Soothe sunburn with oatmeal. Soak in a mixture of one cup epsom salt and one cup colloidal oatmeal to reduce redness and inflammation.

Keep a mist in your purse. A spritz of mineral water cools, soothes and cleanses skin, keeps makeup looking fresh and gives your complexion a dewy glow.

Fix self-tanner mishaps with lemon juice and baking soda. Lemon juice lightens unwanted color while baking soda exfoliates.

Get bikini-ready with a brush. Celebrity facialist Joanna Vargas recommends dry brushing to exfoliate and to reduce bloating and the appearance of cellulite.

9 Remove hair product build-up from your hair with apple cider vinegar. An apple cider vineger rinse also removes chlorine deposits and impurities.

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