Satin Sugar from Cake is one of those things you never knew you needed until you use it the first time and then you're hooked (I guess that makes it the product version of heroin. Or, you know, frozen hot chocolate). It's a light mist that comes in a small spray bottle that you use to "refresh" your hair and skin whenever they're asking for it. It's the perfect size to throw in a carry on for a long plane trip, although you should definitely spray it in the bathroom so the cranky guy next to you doesn't have a reason to hog even more of the armrest. I also keep it in my purse for when I'm walking around a city all day - it really cuts through the grime of city life and helps keep you feeling fresh and clean. Even better, it smells like lemon cookies, so it doesn't give you that lingering scent of alcohol other sprays do, leaving everyone to wonder if you're a closet drinker. It's hard not to feel perked up after you spray this on, and at only $16 it's worth it, if only so you don't lose that zen feeling when tourists from Iowa block the crosswalk when you're trying to get to work.