1. Suave Professionals Moroccan Infusion
I can’t say enough good things about MoroccanOil, so when I saw this I was intrigued. I was skeptical because its WAAAAAY cheaper than MoroccanOil so it must not be nearly as good. But I read a lot of reviews and people love it! Almost everyone who has tried it likes it. If you are looking for the benefits of MoroccanOil for a drugstore price check our the Suave Professionals Moroccan Infusions. You can buy it here for only $6.99
2. Biore Acne Clearing Scrub
This is another product with great costumer reviews. It is described as being “mild and deep-cleaning” as well as smelling awesome and working to clear acne. If an affordable acne cleanser is what you are looking for you can snag this here for $6.49.
3. Garnier Skin Renew BB Cream
BB cream is by far my favorite product I have tried recently. I love the way it goes on smooth on my skin and blends to match perfectly. Plus all the added benefits (anti-aging, sunscreen, moisturizer) make BB cream a must have. To learn more about BB cream click here. If you want to try this Garnier BB Cream for yourself, click here to get yours for $10.75.
4. L’Oreal Paris Colour Caresse Shine Stain
The combination between glossy and stain is brilliant. Lip stains are great, but I feel like the begin to look pretty flat and dry if you don’t keep glossing them up. This product is intended to be your gloss and your stain all in one so it will last longer than regular gloss, but won’t dry you out and get dull and flat like stain. You can get your own, in a gorgeous variety of colors, here from drugstore.com for $9.99 each.
5. Nivea Lip Butter
During these loooooong winter months I feel like I have a hard time finding a chap stick that really does that trick of keeping my lips moisturized, but I am loving this Nivea Lip Butter. It is enriched with all sorts of vitamins to do an awesome job of providing long-lasting moisture for dry winter lips. You can buy it from Amazon.com for $5.99 but you should be able to finder for closer to $3.99 at your local drugstore.
6. Revlon File N’ Peel 6-in-1 File
Why do you need a file with layers that peel away to reveal a new file? Well, this is the file I prefer to keep in my purse. You use it until it gets too dull, then peel back a layer and you are ready to file away again. It’s a fairly simple idea, and I am a big fan. You can buy it from Drugstore.com for $4.49
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