With skincare being all the rage these days, some trends can be quite expensive to constantly keep up with. There are a bunch of products that are super affordable that are just as good (maybe even better) than pricier options on the market. Don’t put a dent in your wallet for a facial cleanser, check out these amazing products instead!
Here are affordable skincare products that should cost way more.
The Skin Food cream is a universal savior of dry, rough skin on faces, elbows, hands, and feet. With extracts of gentle viola tricolor, calendula, and chamomile, in a rich, thick base of oils and beeswax, Skin Food hydrates skin to give you a healthy-looking glow. This product has been a bestseller since 1926, and with its $18.99 price point, we can understand why!
The Ordinary is an evolving collection of treatments offering familiar, effective clinical technologies positioned to raise pricing and communication integrity in skincare. The brand has become quite famous for its extremely inexpensive products that contain very sought-after ingredients. Whether you’re looking for a specific serum or toner, The Ordinary will never let you down—or break the bank.
Like The Ordinary, you can’t go wrong with any CeraVe products. The line of affordable skincare contains essential ceramides, cholesterol, and fatty esters, that are delivered through a patented controlled-release MVE system over 24 hours. The daily regimen of cleansers and moisturizers helps repair, replenish and protect the skin barrier to leave your skin looking and feeling soft, clean, and healthy.
Do you struggle with Keratosis Pilaris? This common skin condition causes dry, rough patches, tiny bumps, and can just be quite frustrating. First Aid Beauty’s fast-acting KP body scrub reveals healthier-looking skin with Glycolic and Lactic Acids to help loosen the skin’s top layer. It also delivers the benefits of a chemical peel and microdermabrasion treatment in one. The bottle retails for $28, but for the results that you’ll see from this, it should definitely cost a lot more.
Now, these are the pimple patches that actually work! These Starface protectors help absorb fluid and reduce inflammation to shrink pimples overnight with their hydrocolloid composition. The Hydro-Stars help to prevent you from picking your pimples which eliminates potential scarring. The items retail for $20 and you get 32 stars in a cute yellow case!
If you’re looking for a face mask to give your pores a major deep cleaning, then you need to add the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay to your skincare routine. This clay is sourced from Death Valley, California where it is sun-dried for up to 6 months in temperatures up to 134°. It retails for $12.99, making this large tub an extremely affordable skincare product.
The Inkey List has a ton of amazing products at super inexpensive prices. One, in particular, the Salicylic Acid Cleanser is going to be your best friend. This non-drying, lightly foaming cleanser removes makeup and dirt while helping to reduce blackheads and breakouts.
Cetaphil® believes the skin should be nurtured and cleaned, but not stripped or greasy. For over 70 years, the brand has been committed to providing clinically proven, gentle, and effective skincare products. Cetaphil is actually manufactured at Galderma in Baie d’Urfé, Montreal, which supplies Cetaphil for Canada, the United States, and other countries around the world.
AVEENO® creates skincare solutions and therapeutic products to nourish and balance your skin from head to toe. It uses clinically proven, groundbreaking science to transform nature’s ingredients into products that help to rebalance and revitalize. Aveeno moisturizers give the hydration your skin needs without harsh chemicals, so you can feel good about what you put on your face.
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