And we're not talking about underwear! Amp up your attack on creepy crawlies with a bug repelling device that vaporizes natural sprays. The army-approved gadget, seen here, keeps blood-suckers away for up to fifteen feet.
The lazy girl's must-have hair item for plug-free primping is, of course, dry shampoo. But shrewd outdoor babes will opt exclusively for non-aerosol formulas, so that they can treat greasy strands covertly (without any telltale spray noises escaping from their tents).
Skip the Sparks
Camp fires are great for roasting marshmallows, but for a lazy girl's tent, nothing is as fail-safe as a lantern with rechargeable batteries. Plus, this expanding light can be dimmed for when you and your boyfriend are performing, um, tick checks.
Downsize Your Tools
Find an Acne-Fighting Moisturizer
Between bug spray, gobs of sunscreen, and muggy air, the last thing you'll want on your mug is a heavy moisturizer. Opt for a light, oil-free facial formula that will hydrate your skin. Look for straight-from-nature ingredients like botanical root extracts to score an even healthier-looking glow.
Depuff by the Camp Fire
When you're skipping your daily eye-brightening makeup routine, be sure to depuff bags and minimize under-eye-circles with a roll-on gel. A few quick passes under each eye will make it look like you weren't up all night worrying about bears and wandering woodsmen.
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Eye Roll-On Fortifying De-Puffing Hydrogel, $28.50; vichyusa.com
Swipe Away Bad Scents
Lazy girls need not be stinky girls. While appreciating nature, stick to an aluminum-free, B.O.-busting wipe to keep your underarms surprisingly shower-fresh.
Crystal Essence Body Deodorant Towelettes, $2.99; drugstore.com
Get a Leg Up
The best way to protect your gams from big bites and poison ivy (while hiding any signs of rugged, outgrown leg hair)? A pair of sweat-wicking, lightweight pants. Lazy girls should opt for ones with drawcord-hems, so that they can adjust the length as needed. A handy feature when you're likely going to forget to pack shorts.
Lululemon Studio Pant II, $98; lululemon.com