The happy screams heard round the world yesterday from Chipotle’s just-released guacamole recipe says a lot about how much we love avocados in our food. But did you know applying avocado topically is good for your skin and hair too? Products with avocado oils are intensely hydrating, which is especially important for damaged hair and dry skin that’s still recuperating from what seemed like a never-ending winter. They’re also rich in vitamins, fatty acids, and antioxidants that bring out your skin’s natural glow—and who doesn’t want that?

But as much as we prefer chowing down on a bowl of guac and chips all day long, these avocado-infused products for hair, skin, and makeup will do the trick sans prep work or calories. See below for our favorite ways to indulge this Cinco de Mayo!

A unique mix of avocado, macadamia, and grapeseed oils make this lip crayon so smooth and moisturizing that it glides on with the ease of a balm—perfect for when you’re touching up your lip color in the back of a moving car. Use the built-in sponge blender to pack in the color so it lasts all day, or to layer with another shade for a cool ombré effect.

Touch in Sol One Second Vivid Lip Crayon in Tulip Pink, $16,

We can’t tell what we love most: the cute packaging, the amazing smell of natural ingredients like avocado and quinoa, or the way this cleansing conditioner cuts your shower time in half. Good thing we don’t have to choose.

Briogio Be Gentle, Be Kind Avocado + Quinoa Co-Wash, $20,

The seriously rich avocado and basil-infused formula and the great scent make putting on your hand cream feel like an indulgence. We love the screw-on cap; the moisturizer stays on your hands—not all over the bottom of your bag.

Crabtree & Evelyn Avocado, Olive and Basil Ultra-Moisturizing Hand Therapy, $8,

This leave-on night mask is like a green juice for your face. The restorative mix of avocado oil and apricot kernel oil brings out your skin’s glow and leaves no dry patch behind. Stick it in the fridge for a few minutes to let it cool, slather it on before bed, and soak in the good-for-you ingredients while you sleep.

Origins Drink Up intensive Overnight Mask, $25,

Elizabeth Olsen swears by this eye cream, and after testing it ourselves, we understand why. The fruity scent is fresh, not overpowering, and the quick-absorbing consistency layers well under makeup without feeling slick or sticky.

Kiehl’s Since 1851 Creamy Eye Treatment, $28.50,