12 Beauty Products That Could Almost Be Snacks

Admit it: You have totally opened a hand cream, or swiped on a lip gloss, and thought, Hey, this looks good enough to eat. Don't worry. We won't tell. This is a safe space.

Yes, it's true — there are tons of products packaged in ways that make them look like something you could pop in your mouth. From shower gel disguised as jelly to an exfoliator that could be confused for chocolate frosting, a slew of body-care and hair products, at first glance, seem more suited for an aisle at Whole Foods than one at Sephora.

Ahead, we rounded up 11 products that are dead ringers for our favorite foods. Just try not to drool on your keyboard, promise?

Nope, this isn't delicious apple jelly that you spread on toast. This is one of Lush's shower jellies. They foam up into a creamy lather, and make your shower smell incredible.

Lush Santa's Belly Shower Jelly, $11.95, available at Lush.
Fresh's Cocoa Body Exfoliant may look and smell like the frosting on your favorite dessert, but this stuff is for buffing your gams — not icing cupcakes.

Fresh Cocoa Body Exfoliant, $45, available at Sephora.
We were floored when we first spotted Honest Beauty's new Powder Cleanser. It comes in what looks like mini sugar packets!

Honest Beauty Powder Cleanser, $22, available at Honest Beauty.
This one is a bit of a trick. Yes, you can cook with coconut oil, but it's also a totally clutch makeup remover, body moisturizer, and hair treatment. We're all about a multi-use product.

Nature's Way Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, $13.49, available at Walgreens.
Looks like chocolate, right? Well, this stuff is actually (totally inedible) bronzing powder.

Bourjois Bronzing Powder, $14.50, available at ASOS.
Frank Body's Original Body Scrub is a cult favorite for a reason. It's infused with coffee grinds and buffs your skin to perfection. But don't put it in your coffee perker — just because it's made with the stuff doesn't mean you should drink it!

Frank Body Original Body Scrub, $14.95, available at Frank Body.
This is actually a brilliant single-serving face mask, but doesn't it remind you of one of those little butter packets you get at diners? Pass the bread!

Origins Dr. Andrew Weil Mega-Mushroom Skin Relief Face Mask, $4, available at Sephora.
In case you want to get all fancy with your skin-cream application, La Prairie teamed up with Baccarat to create a dispenser that converts into a caviar dish. If that isn't decadent, we don't know what is.

La Prairie Caviar Spectaculaire, $2200, available at La Prairie.
This adorable mango screws open into a squeeze bottle that dispenses the sweetest-smelling sunscreen, ever. In fact, TonyMoly has a ton of adorable, fruit-shaped products.

TonyMoly Magic Food Mango Mild Sun Block SPF 50+, $15.58, available at KollectionK.
Don't top your sushi with this salmon roe; these are actually mini balls of night cream.

Besolbo Royal Salmon Egg Return Cream, $15, available at MemeBox.
Looks like lipstick, right? Well, these are actually DIY edible molds, specifically developed for a Michelin-star chef (we want to keep you on your toes). Sorbet lipstick, anyone?

Molecular Recipes Lipstick Mold Kit, $30.95, available at Molecular Recipes.
This looks like your favorite McDonald's happy meal — with a side of sweet and sour sauce, of course — but don't be fooled: It's soap. Quite possibly the most clever soap we've ever seen, at that. And the scent isn't eau de grease, either, but a lovely vanilla.

SweetSoap Fast Food Chicken Nugget Soap, $8.50, available at Etsy.
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