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26 Beauty Products Only A Genius Could Have Invented

These will make you go: WUT?! YAAAASSSS.

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1. Baby Foot Peel

beautysage.com

This is legit amazing. I've tried it. You let your feet soak in a magic mixture and about five days later, your entire foot falls off. OK, not really, but it removes layers and layers and layers of skin.

$25 at BeautySage.

4. Toppik Hair Building Fibers

If you have thin hair and are forever seeking volume, Toppik's hair building fibers (available in nine natural hair colors) contain static properties, so when they intertwine with your existing hairs, you get body.

$24.95 at Toppik.

7. Marc Jacobs Genius Gel Super-Charged Foundation

sephora.com

From Marc Jacobs' new beauty line, this foundation comes with something called Buoyancy Gel™ technology, which means the formula is super-duper lightweight.

$48 at Sephora.

12. Aurelia Probiotic Skincare Cell Revitalise Day Moisturiser

net-a-porter.com

It seems everyone lately is into probiotics (you know, the "good bacteria" that makes you poop regularly), so putting "probiotic technology" onto your face seems just as clever.

$65 at Net-a-Porter.

15. Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray

moroccanoil.com

If you're a fan of Moroccanoil's traditional product (the argan oil treatment that comes in an amber bottle), then you'll flip out over their hairspray. It leaves a super soft hold and smells like Moroccanoil, too.

$23.80 at Moroccanoil.

20. Kevin Murphy Texture Master

Ladies who love Brigitte Bardot-esque hairstyles, this product is for you. It basically eliminates the need to tease/back-comb your hair. It's got a slightly sticky texture that will give you super-volume, perfect for creating a bouffant.

$20.99 at Amazon.

24. Egyptian Magic Cream (Travel Size!)

egyptianmagic.com

Dear Lord-Pharaoh ImHotep-AmonRa, (is that REALLY your real name?) thank you for inventing this multipurpose balm. And for making a new 2 oz. travel size so we don't have to lug that huge pot around anymore!

$25.80 at EgyptianMagic.com.

26. Clean Dry Shampoo

sephora.com

I mean. Dry shampoo is no new news, but it's a godsend. Clean's original formula is great because you can apply straight to the root (I sometimes feel sprays never quite target extremely oily areas) and it smells so fresh.

$10 at Sephora.