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.
3 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.
4 Swap dry shampoo for baby powder. When dry shampoo just isn't enough, try baby or cocoa powder instead.
5 Soothe sunburn with oatmeal. Soak in a mixture of one cup epsom salt and one cup colloidal oatmeal to reduce redness and inflammation.
6 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.
7 Fix self-tanner mishaps with lemon juice and baking soda. Lemon juice lightens unwanted color while baking soda exfoliates.
8 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.