Wacky Beauty Products That Actually Work
You may have seen beauty products like vibrating foundation and hair treatments with placenta, but did you know women actually love them?
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Cut to a lazy Saturday. You're strolling through the mall. You're approached by an ambitious kiosk worker who claims to have the most amazing, albeit bizarre, face mask/eyelash enhancer/therapeutic bath soak you've ever tried, but you wave them off with a shy grin. You leave the mall somewhat intrigued.
Fast forward to you, at work, when you have a moment to sneakily read your favorite beauty blog. They muse about beauty products with funny names or some off-the-wall ingredient in a new lip gloss. You can't help but wonder, despite its wacky appeal, if it's actually a quality beauty product.
Alright, enough with the hypothetical situations. The point is, we constantly hear about and see health and beauty items with bizarre names, strange ingredients, random packaging and purposes, and if you are like us, you always wonder if they might actually work. These aren't your typical, everyday beauty products, they are the ones you're likely skeptical or nervous to try. Well guess what -- some women aren't afraid of trying them and, in return, they love some of them.
Before you check out these weird beauty products that women love, check out the wacky uses for everyday products that readers on Facebook swear by:
Apple cider vinegar to cure dandruff
Kitchen butter as a hair moisturizing mask
Gargling lemon juice for bad breath
Visine on red zits
Milk of Magnesia as a mask for zits
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