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7 Must-Have Drugstore Beauty Products for Your Gym Bag
Look picture-perfect even after a midday workout. By Kelsey Lindsey
These seven beauty products make the post-workout clean-up process that much easier.
Comments () | Published January 8, 2014

Letting out some work frustration at the gym during your lunch break is pretty rewarding. Not so great: the hassle of showering, blow-drying your hair, and changing back into work clothes. Make the process easier by stashing these essential beauty products in your gym bag. The best part? They’re all less than $13 and can be found at your local drugstore.

1) Secret Clinical Strength Antiperspirant ($9.99) 
This prescription-strength deodorant keeps working long after you have.

2) Pond’s Wet Cleansing Towelettes ($6.99)
No time to shower? These refreshing face and body wipes will keep you smelling fresh. (Your coworkers will thank you.)

3) Clean & Clear Oil-Absorbing Sheets ($4.99) 
Rid your face of excess oil and sweat with these shine-eliminating sheets.

4) Thayers Alcohol-Free Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner ($9.95) 
Redness-reducing rose-petal water in this alcohol-free toner helps calm Santa-flushed cheeks to a healthy glow.

5) Garnier Skin Renew Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream ($12.99) 
Streamline your beauty routine with this all-in-one foundation formula that hydrates and brightens your complexion.

6) PSSSSST Dry Shampoo Spray ($6.79) 
An oldie but a goody, this dry shampoo refreshes your locks with an unscented formula designed to absorb excess oil.

7) Almay Wake Up Under-Eye Concealer ($7.19) 
Bring new light to tired post-workout eyes with this refreshing under-eye concealer.

Do you have a favorite beauty product to use after a workout? Share it with us in the comments.

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