Cheap & Chic Beauty
Posted On Aug 02, 2016
Look no further than the drugstore for ATM-friendly finds and highly effective, often overlooked treasures.
By Toni Negas
What it does: The cult skincare remedy helps improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks, and uneven skin tone. Use a tiny amount to remove makeup and condition lashes (cvs.com).
Farmaesthetics Organic Arnica Remedy Oil ($25)
What it does: Diminishes varicose veins with a capful in a hot bath or external massage. It also helps blood vessels by reducing inflammation (rodales.com).
Lumene Bright Now Visible Repair Anti-Wrinkle 2-in-1 Eye Cream & Concealer ($25)
What it does: Eye cream and concealer in one with cloudberry stem cell technology. Protects skin’s natural stem cell activity for smoother skin (cvs.com).
La Roche-Posay Redermic R Eyes Intensive Dermatological Anti-Aging Eye Corrector ($47)
What it does: Enriched with 0.01 percent pure retinol, makes eyes look luminous. The additional perk of 0.2 percent caffeine energizes tired eyes (walgreens.com).
Maybelline New York The NUDES Palette ($10)
What it does: Formulated for dermatologists, this palette has endless possibilities. These neutral shades create head turning looks without the sticker shock (walmart.com).
Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser ($10)
What it does: Its gentle formula removes surface oils, dirt, and makeup without leaving skin tight or overly dry (drugstore.com).
L’Oréal Paris Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Hairspray ($14.50)
What it is: In 1960, L’Oréal revolutionized the market with its micro-diffusion technology. It’s still available off the shelf for everyday glamour (walgreens.com).