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7 Strange beauty products you should be using

Krissy Brady is a women’s health + lifestyle writer who’s so out of shape, it’s like she has the innards of an 80-year-old. Instead of learning how to crochet, she decided to turn her emotional baggage into a writing career (genius, no?)...

These beauty products are strange, but in the best way possible

The lengths we'll go to look our best are pretty astounding, amiright ladies? There have been plenty of questionable beauty products I've tried over the years that made my sanity seem just as questionable. That being said, some of the weirdest products turn out to be amazingly effective. (A beauty product that actually does what it's supposed to? Never heard of it.)

These beauty products are strange, but in the best way possible

Check out these seven don't-knock-till-you-try beauty products and you know, get ready to have your mind blown:

1. Fresh Breasts Cream

These beauty products are strange, but in the best way possible

With the hot weather just around the corner, I felt the need to mention this product first. Fresh Breasts has been scientifically created to keep your girls dry and unchafed. It's a soothing lotion that quick-dries into a clump-free powder to keep swoobs (sweaty boobs) at bay. For reals. (freshbody.com, $12)

2. Dr. Brandt Pores No More Vacuum Cleaner

These beauty products are strange, but in the best way possible

The name says it all: This gel goes on thin and as it dries turns into a white powder, essentially sucking the gunk out of your pores. It's the perfect partner in crime for tackling those pesky blackheads. (Sephora, $45)

3. Brow Buddy

These beauty products are strange, but in the best way possible

OK, so it kinda sorta looks like the protractor you popped your ex's car tires with in high school, but word is Brow Buddy is the cheese to your macaroni. It makes shaping your brows uber-fast and simple, giving you perfectly symmetrical brows every time. (bdb, $20)

4. Clip Tips

These beauty products are strange, but in the best way possible

Your besties will probably tease you for buying these wet manicure protectors... you know, until they eff up their freshly-painted nails in a matter of seconds and ask where you got them. (Amazon, $4)

5. Smashbox O-Gloss Intuitive Lip Gloss

These beauty products are strange, but in the best way possible

This gloss is like a mood ring for your lips: It goes on clear, then based on its "intuition," colors your lips in the shade of pink that suits you best. For women who struggle to find a shade of gloss that's just right... well, you're welcome. (Smashbox, $24)

6. Milky Foot Exfoliating Foot Pads

These beauty products are strange, but in the best way possible

I haven't tried this personally but a few of my friends have and couldn't believe how soft their feet were. We put our feet through a lot, and many of us don't give them the attention they deserve. These exfoliating foot pads will totally make up for all the neglect. Just wear the acid-infused socks for an hour, and a few days later your dry skin peels away to reveal baby-soft feet. But make sure when it comes time to literally rip your skin off, you haven't eaten recently. Your skin comes off in one piece like a sock. Only gross. (Biorevive, $15)

7. Hask Placenta Leave-In Conditioner

These beauty products are strange, but in the best way possible

Yep, placenta. This no-rinse formula works on all hair types to bring back texture, body and shine to your hair. (Walmart, $4)

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