5 Beauty Treats That Will Keep You Cool Through Labor Day

By Amber Kallor

Photo: Courtesy of L'OccitanePhoto: Courtesy of L'OccitaneNeed relief when the temperature spikes? Chill out with these must-have products.
L'Occitane Angelica Eye Roll-On

The rollerball soothes puffy eyes on contact; essential oil derived from the angelica flower in the south of France boosts circulation to help alleviate dark circles.

$26; USA.LOccitane.com

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Photo: Courtesy of NiveaPhoto: Courtesy of NiveaNivea Express Hydration Freshening Gel

It moisturizes dry legs and elbows without the sticky residue, while mint extract provides an instant cooling sensation.

$7.50; Drugstore.com

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Photo: Courtesy of DovePhoto: Courtesy of DoveDove Go Fresh Cool Moisture Beauty Bar

A cold shower on a hot day offers instant relief, but lathering up with this hydrating bar-it smells like a freshly sliced cucumber-leaves you feeling especially refreshed.

$4.50 for 2 bars; Soap.com

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Photo: Courtesy of BiorePhoto: Courtesy of BioreBioré Blemish Fighting Ice Cleanser

Sweaty days can lead to congested pores and breakouts. The salicylic acid in this face wash helps clear up your skin and provides a cooling sensation that lasts long after you wash it off.

$8; Drugstore.com

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Photo: Courtesy of AmorePacificPhoto: Courtesy of AmorePacificAmorePacific Moisture Bound Skin Energy Hydration Delivery System

When running through a sprinkler isn't an option, mist yourself with this instead. Stash it in the fridge for an extra icy effect. And don't forget to slather on lotion after you spritz to lock in moisture all day.

$35 for 2.7 oz.; Sephora.com

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