We like pretty things, so products that look good enough to eat bring us joy (and lots of fuel for Instagram content). But using them day in and day out? That's a different story. Just because something is inspired, or even made of, a food we love doesn't mean we want to slather it all over ourselves daily. These sweet and salty offerings, however, are the exception. They not only boast beautiful packaging and yummy scents, but deliver as well, if not better, than their less-gourmet counterparts.
Like the fruity frozen dessert, this sorbet-inspired gel cream is so good it feels like a guilty pleasure. Hydrating, soothing, and softening, it's especially great for women with hypersensitive skin.
Caudalie Vinosource Moisturizing Sorbet, $39; sephora.com.
Made with moisturizing rice extract and soothing avocado extract, this pretty lime green mask nourishes while soothing the most sensitive areas.
Sephora Collection Face Mask, $6; sephora.com.
Now, we love us a homespun solution. But sometimes we need things to be easy like this hair rinse infused with apple cider vinegar. Housed in an easy squeeze bottle, you can swap it out for your shampoo or conditioner to cleanse, condition, and lock in color.
dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse, $35; sephora.com.
Especially during the colder months, keeping your pout in check is a complete and utter chore. But we have yet to find a better incentive to keep reapplying lip balm then getting to pull out this adorable macaron-shaped one. And while it certainly cute, it's also packed with nourishing antioxidants including vitamins A, C, and E. Plus, comes in a slew of flavors including strawberry, green apple, grape, and pineapple.
It's Skin Macaron Lip Balm, $10; sephora.com.
As we recently learned, sake is really good for your skin. In fact, it's an integral part of the Japanese geisha bathing ritual as it increases circulation, eliminates toxins, and leaves complexions silky smooth. Housed in a beautiful glass bottle, this golden bathtime elixir has soothing pine extract and muscle-loosening ginger.
Fresh Rice Sake Bath, $82; sephora.com.
Rice isn't just the glue that holds our Seamless diets together—it's got beauty benefits, too. In Japan, rice water is used for everything from conditioning hair to cleansing/exfoliating the face. This cult-beloved, water-activated rice enzyme powder works to *gently* polish the face, buffing away dead skin cells to reveal a healthy glow.
Tatcha Polished Classic Rice Enzyme Powder, $65; sephora.com.
A smoothie for your skin, this puree-infused polisher uses the skin, pulp, juice, and even the seeds from strawberries to cleanse and exfoliate aggravated skin for a
fruity flawless finish.
Peter Thomas Roth Strawberry Scrub Enzyme Polisher, $38; sephora.com.
Too Faced loves it a sweet-inspired offering. And as a tribute to the Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar Collection's beloved Peanut Butter shade, they created an entire palette in its honor complete with equally-gorgeous banana and jam/jelly shades. And psst, keep an eye out for the forthcoming Chocolate Chip palette.
Too Faced Peanut Butter & Jelly Palette, $36; ulta.com.
Got curls? We implore you to explore the good-hair-day-yielding powers of co-washing (conditioning with a cleanser) with help from quinoa and avocado, which are both rich in protein and act as natural strengtheners, repair damage, and promote growth.
Briogeo Be Gentle, Be Kind Avocado + Quinoa Co–Wash, $32; sephora.com.