6 Affordable Ampoules to Try This Spring
With high-concentrated ingredients encased in small vials, using ampoules can feel like a luxury skincare experience. While sets of these single-use capsules can cost up to $100, the good news is that there are options out there that won’t break the bank. Ahead, we rounded up six affordable ampoule products that only seem expensive.
L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Derm Intensives 1.9% Pure Hyaluronic Acid 7 Replumping Ampoules, $14.25 MSRP
For a serious burst of hydration, look no further than these hyaluronic acid ampoules. They work to visibly reduce fine lines, wrinkles and dullness in seven days.
Vichy Peptide-C Anti Aging Ampoule Set, $29.50 MSRP
Complete with phyto-peptides, 10% pure vitamin C and hyaluronic acid, this drugstore ampoule set from Vichy is a total skincare game-changer. The serums work to address the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and help restore firmness and radiance with each use. The set comes with a pack of ten ampoules for 20 applications to supercharge your skin.
Wish Formula I’m Pro Ampoule-Pad C, $4 MSRP
These unique ampoule pads contain a 10% concentration of vitamin C that work to visibly brighten and boost the skin’s appearance in one quick all-over application.
Tony Moly Vital Vita 12 Ampoules, $20 MSRP
Mix and match these ampoules to help target your unique skin concerns. The B12 Brightening formula gives the skin a major glow, Vitamin C Synergy helps protect the skin’s surface against free radicals and B5 Calming is perfect if you’re prone to breakouts. Use them alone or two together for double the skin benefits.
COSRX Centella Blemish Ampoule, $23.40 MSRP
If you have acne-prone skin, this ampoule is for you. It contains centella asiatica to calm redness, irritation and inflamed breakouts. With continued use, the ampoule also helps keep excess oil at bay.
Babor Multi Vitamin Ampoule Serum Concentrate, $34.95 MSRP
This powerful formula is made with retinol to reduce the appearance of dark spots and discoloration for a more even and radiant-looking complexion. Each kit contains seven single-use treatments.
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