Most of the time when you hear the phrase two-timing, it’s a bad thing. But when you find out one of your beauty products can do jobs at once, well that’s just fabulous! Below are some products that you can use for twice the beauty, half the price.
Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Skin Protectant
This skincare classic is a wonderful beauty product for girls with very dry skin, and is great for treating skin that gets chapped by the wind on a breezy spring day. But it also provides relief from sunburn, scraped knees or elbows and even insect bites!
Kiehl’s Gentle Foaming Facial Cleanser
This gentle facial wash keeps your face fresh and clean, but that’s not all it cleanses. It also makes the best detergent for your fine washables, including lingerie and sexy stockings.
Shiseido Clear Mascara
Add this triple duty treat to your beauty arsenal. This product will not only plump up your lashes, but control your eyebrows and tame your fly-aways as well!
The Multiple by Nars
This cream-to-powder stick can be used on your cheeks, mouth, eyes, or anywhere else you want to add a little color. Good for all skin tones, this product can be uses to highlight, accent or contour anywhere you like.
CND Solar Oil
This was originally created for acrylic and solar nails, but it also does wonders for natural nails, too. The oil is great for dry fingers, rough cuticles, and can even be used on dry patches on your heels or elbows. This oil is made from jojoba oil that also contains Vitamin E and other oils.
Aveda’s Sun Care Hair and Body Cleanser
I love, love, love the smell of this shampoo and body wash, which is nothing short of luxurious to use. It removes chlorine, salt, and product from your hair and body while it gently cleanses every part of you. This double duty beauty product is also safe for color treated hair.
Aquaphor Healing Ointment
While technically not a beauty product, I had to throw this one in for you. Aquaphor can be used on rough heels or elbows, chapped skin or lips, minor burns, healing tattoos and even after facial treatments such as chemical peels. How much more can you ask of a cream?