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Even celebrities feel the struggle of getting ready after a sweaty workout. Whether they’re sweeping on a quick coat of mascara like Jessica Alba or throwing on a pair of sunnies and a hat à la Nina Dobrev, it seems everyone has a trick up their sleeve to simplify their routine as much as humanly possible.

Actress and model Olivia Wilde—who’s a big fan of clean beauty—is no different. She swears by a certain multitasking beauty product for keeping her skin fresh.

“If I’m leaving a workout and am too lazy to shower, I use Ursa Major Essential Face Wipes to clean my skin as I hop on the subway,” she tells Into The Gloss. A girl after my own heart.

Wilde raves about the two-fold benefits that the small-but-mighty wipes provide: “They clean and moisturize, which is very helpful,” she says. With hydrating aloe vera, antimicrobial witch hazel and willow bark extract, and hyaluronic acid—among other skin-boosters—it’s no wonder the star loves them for an easy cleanse. Not to mention the fact that they’re individually packaged in the ideal workout bag size—they’re a locker room-frequenter’s dream.

To help with your post-workout look, this is the easiest hairstyle to rock. And this is how to skip a shower after sweating—yet still smell great