Use these hand-picked products from "down under" all season long—Australians know a thing or two about summer beauty
Sunblock That Doubles As Moisturizer
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Bali Body Natural Moisturising Sunscreen ($24.95, balibody.com) contains zinc oxide for sun protection, but it's still lightweight enough to wear every day under makeup. Moisturizing rose hip, avocado, and jojoba oils ensure your skin stays radiant regardless of the weather.
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Whiten Teeth Naturally with Oil Pulling
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Local Aussie brand Keeko has developed products like Keeko Oil Pulling Sachets ($29.08 for 14 sachets; keekooil.com) to help you detoxify your mouth and whiten your teeth through a process called oil pulling. Say what, now? Basically, you warm a packet of oil (Keeko offers coconut, chamomile, lemon, or myrrh), dump the oil into your mouth, and swish for five to 15 minutes before brushing to whiten teeth, strengthen gums, and banish bad breath.
Exfoliate with a Coffee Scrub
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Aussie beach babes know that a body scrub made from coffee grounds is the perfect way to smooth and clear skin. Exfoliate with Frank Body Original Coffee Scrub ($14.95; frankbody.com), made from ground coffee beans, almond oil, salt, sugar, and vitamin E. Or, whip up a DIY batch in your own kitchen. See also: The Ultimate Guide to Exfoliation
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Save Your Hair from Summer with a Mask
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All that time spent at the pool or beach is hard on your hair. Rehydrate with a lux Hello Hair Hydration Mask ($15; hellohair.com) made with coconut, almond, argan, and essential oils. The natural, vegan treatment will repair hair that's damaged from the salt water and sun.
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Fix Every Issue with Body Balm
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Hydrate While Plumping Your Skin
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Use Sea 2 Skin Active Hydration Mask ($33; sea2skin.com) to hydrate and plump areas that see the most consistent sun exposure—your face, neck, and chest. The formula—which has hyaluronic acid, marine collagen, evening primrose oil, and white tea extract—won't let you down.
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Keep Bugs at Bay Without "That" Smell
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You don't need to smell like a citronella candle or DEET to ward off mosquitoes and other bugs. Aussies love Vanessa Megan Bug Off and Roll On ($34.95; lunasolorganics.com), which uses essential oils, like rosemary, eucalyptus, tea tree, and lavender, to keep bites at bay. Camellia, sunflower, and coconut oil keep skin moisturized in the process.
Photo: Vanessa Megan