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Sometimes you just need a little pick-me-up. And, not the kind that you order from a bartender. Repechage has a lovely facial spray that “refreshes, hydrates and tones.” It’s perfect for traveling, lounging on the beach or just after a good workout. Spritz it on for instant hydration. Repechage Algo Mist Hydrating Seaweed Facial Spray, $32, Spa at Las Vegas Hilton

Dress Code

We are really loving this gorgeous lemongrass dress. The color adds the perfect pop to your wardrobe, yes, but the fit charms just as much. With a tie-waste and easy, loose look, it could take you to work or easily go casual, too. The ruffle trimming does all the flirting for you. Silk ruffle-neck tie-waist dress, $89.50, Ann Taylor Loft

Pedi, Set, Go

Don’t even think about dragging out the open-toe pumps, flip-flops or sandals of any kind until you’ve taken care of those feet. Ms. Pedicure can help you clean things up with its Best in Toe kit. Complete with a pumice, toenail clipper, mini salon board, nail brush, cuticle sticks and toe separators, it’s all you need to wear those summer shoes with pride. Ms. Pedicure Best in Toe, $3.49, Target

Prep School

We’ve got a product that serves double-duty in your cosmetic bag. NARS has introduced Skin Smoothing Face Prep, which can either be worn under primer to give your skin a matte finish, or as a touch-up throughout the day to control oily skin. No need to worry about breakouts, either. It has anti-caking agents and is noncomedogenic. NARS Skin Smoothing Face Prep, $30, Neiman Marcus

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