5 Multi-Tasking Superhero Beauty Products

Thursday February 27, 2014 by Alexandra C.

Being a superhero seems like hard work. I mean, not only do you have to constantly carry a change of clothes around with you, but there's the flying, lifting heavy objects and I am sure that laser heat vision takes a toll on you. Bascially, superheroes are great multi-taskers. When it comes to beauty products, there are some hidden superheroes as well. They work double duty to ensure that your beauty routine is protected from the forces of evil! They are products that multi-task, working extra hard to save the day!

1. e.l.f. Essential Zit Zapping Concealer (US$2.00)

Super Powers: This nifty number is not only an awesome concealer, but it contains salicylic acid to fight acne while it covers. 

2. Nars Matte Multiple (C$46.00)

Super Powers: A modern matte multipurpose makeup stick for lips and cheeks that may be used wet or dry. 

3. MAC Pigment (US$21.00)

Super Powers: Pigments can be used for a number of things: mixed with a solution for eyeshadows or face paints, used dry for a BOLD pop of colour, or in DIY beauty (try your hand at nail polish, for instance). 

4. Dr.Bronner's Magic Soap (C$19.99)

Super Powers: What can't this soap do? Gentle enough for washing body, face or hair, but also powerful enough for tasks like dishwashing, mopping, laundry and even pest control. 

5. Garnier Fructis Marvelous Oil (C$7.99, each) 

Super Powers: This bad boy nourishes in the shower, boosts conditioning, speeds up blowdrying, treats overnight and finishes with a shine. Wow. 

Have you tried any of these superheroes? Would you add anything to this list?

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on Apr 16, 2014  aashi  1,591 said:

I would love to use Garnier Fructis Marvelous Oil ... sounds like it would be a good product for my routine....

I am not much sure about Dr.Bronner's Magic Soap as i like the job specific products and feel comfortable using them if they are good for one or may be two chores.... cannot imagine bathing and washing hair with it and then tossing it in the laundry as a laundry soap.... just beyond

on Mar 21, 2014  jaycece  668 said:

I've been wanting to try Dr. Bronner's to clean makeup brushes

on Mar 09, 2014  Mah_kal  4,260 said:

Mac pigments are great.

on Mar 01, 2014  imfeehily  7,208 said:

I'll try the Garnier.

on Mar 01, 2014  Steffikah  5,955 said:

I haven't tried any of these, but I may look into the garnier one as my hair has become increasingly dry and I've been looking for something to moisturize so I can bring my hair back to the way it was.

A little hesitant on the NARS multitasker... it looks REALLY bright. Is it a sheer formula?

on Feb 28, 2014  wendyroy  4,808 said:

I can't wait to try the Garnier conditioner. Garnier rarely disappoints.

Alex, I wasn't sure what you were referring to, and thought AA was Alcoholics Anonymous. :-)

on Feb 27, 2014  MsBeautifulSam  1,744 said:

I haven't tried any of these products! I need to look into a few of these?

on Feb 27, 2014  AlexJC  50 said:

@ellstar Haha I had no idea they sold it at AA, I got a big bottle of the lavender that I am using as body wash, smells so wonderful I got it at Fiesta Farms grocery store on sale for $10, not too bad!

on Feb 27, 2014  ellstar  3,833 said:

Dr Bronners really is magic. You can get it at places like Sweet Potato in the Junction, the Big Carrot on the Danforth and, oddly, American Apparel.

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