7 Affordable Skincare Products to Try This SpringApril 23, 2021
A change in season is the perfect excuse to reevaluate your skincare routine and product lineup. For spring, swapping out your heavy moisturizers for lightweight options, replacing expired sunscreen and incorporating acne- and excess oil-fighting products will help prepare your skin for warmer days ahead. Below, we rounded up seven skincare products you need to try this spring — and they’re all less than $35.
This mineral sunscreen is oil-free, non-comedogenic and is infused with hyaluronic acid to hydrate. We love that it wears well under makeup.
L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Cell Renewal Midnight Serum, $32.97 (MSRP)
A luxury serum at a drugstore price, Age Perfect Cell Renewal Midnight features an antioxidant recovery complex that helps your skin repair itself while you sleep. The result is a smoother, more radiant and hydrated complexion.
We’re all about using makeup that offers skin benefits these days. One of our new go-to’s is this buildable, luminizing foundation that hydrates skin for a flawless, dewy look.
Garnier Green Labs Pinea-C Brightening Serum Cream SPF 30, $21.99 (MSRP)
With Pinea-C in your arsenal, your morning routine will get a whole lot easier. The three-in-one product serves as a brightening serum, a lightweight moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen.
Thayers Alcohol-Free Rose Petal Witch Hazel Toner, $9.99 (MSRP)
Balance and soothe skin, plus minimize the appearance of pores with this alcohol-free toner. Swipe it on after cleansing and before your serum.
Vichy Normaderm S.O.S Acne Rescue Spot Corrector, $18 (MSRP)
Ramp up your acne-fighting game with a spot treatment like this effective yet sensitive skin-friendly formula. It contains sulfur to zap zits, glycolic acid to exfoliate and niacinamide to help prevent moisture loss.
CeraVe Hydrating Cream-to-Foam Cleanser, $14.99 (MSRP)
Once the weather starts heating up, you may be in need of a deeper cleanse. Reach for this cream-to-foam formula that does a thorough job without stripping the skin of essential moisture.
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