Becoming a new mom is one of life’s most beautiful and rewarding experiences. That being said, your life instantly becomes undeniably more chaotic. The Daily Pamp has rounded up some great beauty products to make the transition a little bit easier.

Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler – You will pull all-nighters. You will be exhausted. To look wide awake when you feel like a zombie, curl your lashes. We’ve mentioned this product before, but it’s absolutely unbeatable. If it ain’t broke, why fix it?

CoverGirl LashBlast Mascara – Once lashes are curled, set the look with a reliable, long-lasting mascara. This one by CoverGirl promises to last all day, which means no touch-ups necessary.

Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser – This natural and organic cleanser leaves skin glowing. With a new baby around, you want to ideally get rid of all of your icky, toxic beauty products, and this is a fantastic alternative.

Pantene 2-in-1 Shampoo + Conditioner – All new moms have discovered that even the extra 3 minutes of using a separate shampoo and conditioner can make a difference when a screaming, crying, hungry baby is in the picture. Downsize shower time by using a 2-in-1 – make sure you get a good one though, as there’s no point if it leaves residue and you have to wash your hair twice as often. 

Burt’s Bees Nourishing Baby Oil – This moisturizing oil is full of antioxidants and vitamins, so you can feel good about using it on your precious newborn. Plus, it’s great for mommy, too! Use the natural oil for long-lasting hydration.

Mustela Facial Cleansing Cloths – Something both you and baby can enjoy…these gentle cloths moisturize your baby’s soft skin, and are perfect for your face as well. So delicate, they leave skin refreshed and smooth.

Palmer’s Cocoa Butter – A cult classic with good reason. Cocoa butter smooths scars & stretch marks. The moisturizer, packed with good-for-you Vitamin E, turns skin silky smooth. Consider the delectable smell and it doubling as a lip balm added bonuses.

Johnson’s Baby Powder – Kind of gross to say it, but sometimes your hair will get oily and, no, you will not have time to wash it that day. Head into your baby’s room and borrow some of their baby powder. A handful of baby powder, like this one by Johnson’s, makes for a great dry shampoo. It really works!

Head over to Pampadour to discuss your favorite beauty products with other mommies!