Check Out These Yummy Food-Infused Beauty Products | Clozette

If you love the process of doing your skincare and makeup routines every day, then you know how big of a difference a product can make when it smells sweet or tasty or just plain delicious — for some reason, it makes the routine even more special and exciting.

So if you’re looking to spice up (literally and figuratively) your routines this year, we guarantee you won’t be able to resist the five food-infused beauty products we have for you below.


Too Faced Sweet Peach Cream Peach Oil Lip Gloss

There is nothing more delicious than lathering on a lip gloss that smells like freshly picked peaches and having it nourish your lips and make them smoother. Licking it is not recommended, though.

Youth To The People Kale + Spinach + Hyaluronic Acid Age Prevention Cream

For all you health buffs out there who love your leafy greens, you can be sure that this superfood-packed moisturiser will restore, rejuvenate, condition, and protect your complexion to give you the skin you’ve always dreamed of.


The Body Shop Almond Milk & Honey Body Butter

People with sensitive skin don’t need to worry about fragranced products anymore because this delicious almond milk and honey body butter will soothe any irritation and redness to keep your skin soft and nourished.

Skinfood Black Sugar Honey Mask

When you combine black sugar with honey what do you get? An intensely exfoliating and revitalising mask that gets rid of dead skin cells and zaps bacteria away for a clean and smooth finish.


Jeffree Star Gingerbread Man Cookies Velour Lip Scrub

The key to a smooth liquid lipstick application is to prep the lips with a lip scrub that gets rid of all the dead skin. And there’s no better scrub to use than this gluten-free, paraben-free, and cruelty-free gingerbread lip scrub that you can literally lick off. Yum!



Skincare should always be an important part of anyone's beauty routine. And when Korean beauty became a big thing, more products apart from the usual moisturisers and eye creams suddenly emerged in the market. But not everyone was happy to follow the hype because too many steps means less time for sleep, and it's not something you can afford in the midst of a crazy, busy lifestyle.

So if you love your beauty products but find having too many steps in your routine a little too much, then we've got good news for you. You never have to compromise getting healthy skin even when you're feeling lazy with these tips!


Go for cleansing oil

Feel like hitting the hay as soon as you reach your house? Make sure you have some cleansing oil available for some quick rinsing. It helps melt off your makeup upon application and emulsifies unlike your typical makeup remover, making it easier to wipe everything off with a tissue or rinse off with water. Plus, make sure you go for a product with moisturising ingredients to at least help your skin rejuvenate even if you skip out on your night cream.

Invest in these three things

Heard of skincare products that people actually swear by? Look up which ones match your skin type and try to give it a go. If you're not a huge fan of having ten to fifteen products in your stash, a quick pat of essential oils, a moisturiser, and the ever-so-important eye cream are your best bets — and they take just a minute or two to apply. 

Keep them in plain sight

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After a long and busy day, looking through your drawers or bothering to even go beyond washing your face and brushing your teeth to get a hold of your skincare products can mean exerting a lot of effort. Skipping a few steps on your routine can be something you might do often if your brain is too worked up from stress. But hey, we get you! 

So the best solution is to keep the products on your bedside table or somewhere you can always reach for before bed. Not only does it serve as a reminder, but you can also think of it as your swift winding down session before getting that well-deserved rest. Since keeping just a handful of essentials in mind for a quick routine is advised, you also won't have to worry about the clutter. 


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Contribute to your daily skincare routine by drinking water. Not only are you nourishing your body, but it also helps your blood circulation, which helps give your skin a naturally radiant and healthy glow. 



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When creating or putting together your office makeup bag, it should always conform to these three “rules”: It should contain just the essentials, but it also has to contain products you’ll need in case of a beauty emergency, and — this is the most important one — it should perfectly fit in whatever purse you decide to wear to the office.

Now that you know everything there is to know about creating the perfect office makeup bag, it’s time to start thinking of the products you’ll be putting in it. Aside from your trusty concealer, lipstick, and mascara, you’ll need a few makeup tools too to get you through numerous meetings, important business lunches, and events.

So if you’re a 20-something millennial, keep reading for the eight beauty tools you need to always have in your office makeup kit.


Cotton Buds

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From erasing mascara flakes to beautifully smudging eyeliner to perfecting that lip colour, you can never have too much use for this tool. Keep a few in your kit to keep your makeup look in tip-top shape throughout the day.

Oil Blotting Sheets

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Instead of applying more powder to mattify your complexion, use an oil blotting sheet instead. It will make your foundation look less cakey and freshen everything up. For example, if you find that your concealer has creased, just take an oil blotting sheet and gently dab it on your undereye area to absorb the excess product, and your concealer will look smooth and fresh again.


Bobby Pins and Hair Elastics

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Whether you need it to change up your hairstyle or just to get your hair away from your face, you should always have these hair tools in your arsenal.

Clean Spoolie

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If you suddenly notice that your mascara looks clumpy or your brows look unruly, a clean spoolie will fix that up for you.


Eye Drops

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Long working hours can often result in tired and red eyes. So if you have an important meeting to get to and don’t want to look haggard, eye drops will quickly freshen and awaken your peepers to make them look whiter and more alert.

Hydrating Face Mist

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The air conditioner in your office can dehydrate your skin; so to make sure it stays dewy and hydrated all day, you’re going to need a face mist. You don’t have to buy the big bottles because a lot of brands now sell travel sizes.


Breath Mints

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At the office, it’s always safer and better to make sure you have minty fresh breath because you never who you might meet or bump into in the next five minutes. 

Hand Cream

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Speaking of meeting new people, make sure your hands — which show your true age — are in their best condition i.e. soft, smooth, and hydrated. So don’t forget to always pack a small tube of hand cream in your kit to nourish them.