Get Naturally Gorgeous With Mint
In mint condition
The latest natural beauty booster is like a head-to-toe mojito!
A fix for flat hair (when you don’t feel like a ponytail): Spritz peppermint-infused Organix Hydrating Teatree Mint Leave-In Moisture Mist ($7; Walmart) on strands and scrunch for instant lift and soft body—none of that stiff, crunchy feeling!
A smoothing soap
A bar soap that doubles as a scrub? Believe it: Aveda Rosemary Mint Bath Bar ($14; aveda.com) cleans with softening palm oil and glycerin, while peppermint leaf powder buffs away dryness.
Hydrating hand sanitizer
Bacteria-fighting mint and conditioning safflower oil in Jurlique Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer ($15; sephora.com) keep germs at bay without shriveling up your skin.
($12; Whole Foods)—packed with anti-inflammatory peppermint and aloe—is a must-grab if you’re dry all over.
Use it on damp skin post-shower.
Sore foot fix
Revive tired feet with Earth Therapeutics Tea Tree Oil Cooling Foot Scrub ($8; earththerapeutics.com). Mint extract takes away the ache; apricot seeds get you smooth.
The mint and salicylic acid in Garnier Fructis Mint Cleanse Anti-Dandruff Shampoo ($5; drugstores) get rid of product buildup and flakes, without stripping your natural oils.
The peppermint oil in C.O. Bigelow Mentha Lip Tints in Bare Mint and Plum Mint ($8; bathandbodyworks.com) adds shine to your lips and freshens up your breath—no gum needed!