19 Drugstore Skin Care Products That'll Give You Crystal-Clear Skin

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It helps prevent that irritated, peeling phase that often stops people from using retinol. ” —Heather Woolery-Lloyd, M. D. “This moisturizer feels light on your skin and gives optimal hydration without feeling sticky.

Glamour's beauty editors and a panel of top skin care pros looked at every new eye cream, moisturizer, and supercharged serum that launched in the last year and narrowed them down to this manual of the very best, hard-hitting winners.

You can use it alone or mix a few drops with your moisturizer or makeup for that lit-from-within glow. “We all know that retinol is the tried-and-true treatment for fine lines and wrinkles but that it can be drying for many people with sensitive skin.

Other wipes can sometimes sting, but these are formulated for sensitive skin and developed by a dermatologist, so I know my skin won't get irritated. “In general I am not a huge toner fan, but I do notice a reduction in pore size and lack of irritation with this product.

This device is one-of-a-kind and a game changer in the technology of skin care. ” —Heather Woolery-Lloyd, M. D. “This handy device is a smart tool that helps get rid of any visible bumps.

My trick is to use it on top of a barrier-repair cream once a week to really quench and lock in lasting hydration. ” —Mona Gohara, M. D. “I’m Egyptian, so sunscreen on my brown skin can be a chalky situation.

In addition to creating a healing barrier, they actively fight bacteria with salicylic acid and charcoal to stop zits overnight. “I love any moisturizer that can deliver heavy-hitting ingredients like petrolatum, lanolin, and mineral oil in a weightless formula.

It's perfect for the 4:00 P. M. slump or, as we like to call it at Glamour, Mist O'Clock. “Such a simple and smart way to boost luminosity, especially for dry skin.

That means smoother, more comfortable skin postshave. “I’m not a huge proponent of harsh scrubbing, which is why I love this gentle little sponge.

This product is labeled for sensitive skin, so everyone can use it, but I would still take it easy since retinol can be a bit drying for some.

Read on for the Glamour Beauty Award–winning drugstore skin care products.

It’s also completely in line with the new FDA guidelines for sunscreen. A true triple threat! ” —Mona Gohara, M. D. “Despite six months of Accutane last year, I'm still prone to whiteheads and breakouts, and pimple patches have become a lifesaver.

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