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Today I want to share with you a post you can really benefit from! These are the cheapest skincare products on Amazon that actually WORK!
Over the last decade I have researched, tested, examined, and tried so many skincare products. As a chemist, I also care about the ingredients and science behind what I am using.
These products are not only effective, but the science proves why they work so well.
All of these items promote anti-aging, smooth skin, blemish treatment, and more!
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For reference I have combination skin, both dry and oily. I don’t suffer from acne, but have the occasional blemish. My skin is naturally pretty smooth, but I have issues with really dry skin on my eyes and nose. These products work for a WIDE variety of skin types.
Rosehip Seed Oil ($13.95)
Not only does this bottle last a year, but it has multiple uses.
I have done some in-depth research about rosehip oil which you can read about on this post. This treats dry skin, redness, eczema, dark circles, dark pigmentation, and really brightens skin. I use this at night, and lightly apply it around my eyes, nose and mouth area. You don’t need much of this at all. A tiny drop goes a long way! I use this everyday and have had this bottle for over a year.
This is the best brand I have tried, so I recommend it over the others.
Tea Tree Oil ($7.14)
This is the only product I use for blemishes. I will dab a tiny bit to any blemish at night and it is usually gone the next day!
If you have multiple areas of acne, you can mix it with a carrier oil like the rose oil or almond oil. The oil does not clog your skin nor make the blemish worse. It just helps the tea tree oil soak into skin better.
I have had this tiny bottle for a few years and just use a small amount when I get a blemish popping up.
It is more effective than any pimple cream I have used before.
I shared this photo on Instagram a few months ago and had questions on skincare, especially how I keep my skin so smooth. Tea tree oil has been amazing for blemishes along with rosehip and almond oil below.
Almond Oil ($5.69)
Another basic skincare product to always keep on hand is almond oil.
Almond oil is not only get for skin, but all over your body. It can be used to make your own beauty products like this lip scrub too. Almond oil is great at removing makeup and it has a high vitamin E percentage, so it is really nourishing and healing for skin.
This bottle is small, but also lasts a long time. A little goes a long way! You can mix a few drops of this with any lotion to enhance it’s benefits.
Retinol Serum ($12.30)
Retinol is an amazing chemical for anti-aging. Almost every aging product on the market contains retinol because of how effective it is for combating signs up aging.
Most retinol products you buy at the store are really expensive, but it doesn’t have to be!
I have been using this little serum at night on my forehead, neck, around eyes, and mouth to prevent wrinkles. This serum is thick and you barely need a few drops to cover your face. I love to use this under night cream or under rosehip oil at night before bed. It is very affordable and has helped with fine lines on my forehead which popped up the minute I turned 30!
Hyaluronic Acid ($14.49)
Another anti-aging skincare option is just hyaluronic acid. This is another product found buried in many store-bought creams and serums. It is typically expensive in this products, but instead you can use this. The retinol serum mentioned above actually contains a small percentage of this in it, but you can also purchase it concentrated like this.
Hyaluronic acid is amazing at fighting dark pigmentations and dark circles. It helps restore your skins youthful texture. If you struggle with really dry skin, this helps so much too!
I have tried out many brands, I prefer this one. And it lasts a LONG time!
Hyaluronic Based Eye Gel ($17.96)
As you can see, I am a big fan of things that help dark circles. I have genetic dark circles that I am constantly working on. This has been the BEST eye cream I have ever used. It is the most expensive on the list, but it is a LARGE jar that lasts well over a year.
I dab this under my eyes right before bed, and when I wake up my eyes are less puffy and much brighter underneath. The more I use it, the more it helps. This comes in a large container that will last years.
Collagen Eye Pads ($6.99)
Collagen is one of the best chemistry secrets in the skincare world. Not only is it good internally, but it has some great benefits externally. These eye pads are really cheap, last a long time, and actually work for puffiness.
Just pop them under your eyes for 20 minutes. It helps with puffiness, lightens dark circles, and makes skin more firm.
Aztec Clay Mask ($9.49)
I like to use a nice mask to firm skin and reduce appearance of pores. I have used so many types over the years, but this one is a classic. It works well, it’s cheap, and this jar lasts FOREVER.
Most masks I use irritate my skin or they have numerous unnecessary chemicals added in. This one doesn’t and it helps my skin so much!
Collagen Powder ($9.97)
I’m adding this in there because your skin needs nourishment from the inside too. Collagen is the number one addition to your diet that can improve the health of your skin. As we age, we produce less and less collagen, which is why our skin wrinkles and isn’t as tight.
This powder is the best, most effective I have tried and is so cheap on Amazon. You don’t need to buy expensive collagen.
Make sure you use it correctly though. You need vitamin C for collagen to work.
NOTE: Make sure to save this post or pin it! I am constantly researching and trying new products, and will always keep this updated with new information. Especially if I find a product that is cheap and works great!
Hope you enjoy!