Drugstore Beauty - The Sequel

Dove Beauty Bar Nourishing Care Shea Butter
Bar soap devotees know that Dove Beauty Bars are the only way to go if you want to gently cleanse your skin. We love the Nourishing Care Shea Cream because it smells delish and is extra-hydrating, so it won't dry out your skin.
$11.99 for eight, available at Drugstore.com.

Eucerin Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Sensitive Skin Creme
The active ingredients in many age-fighters are effective, but they can irritate your skin to no end. This creamy anti-ager has coenzyme Q10 to help firm and vitamin E to protect, but lacks the harsh additives and fragrances that can cause redness and inflammation.
$10.85, available at Soap.com.

Nip + Fab Night Fix Intensive Anti-Aging Gel
This diffusion line of the much-loved U.K. brand Rodial features lots of covetable goodies, but this anti-aging night gel is our fave. It features retinol, rosehip oil, and hyaluronic acid to smooth skin overnight, so you wake up with a radiant, hydrated visage in the a.m.
$17.95, available at Target.

La Roche-Posay Anthelios Mineral Ultra Light Sunscreen Fluid SPF 50
Most natural sunscreens can be greasy or chalky on your skin, but this SPF moisturizer feels more like a veil than a mask. The lightweight fluid uses mineral sun filters to physically block out UV rays, protecting your skin from damage and premature aging. We love that it doesn't leave behind a white film or make your skin feel oily, a problem we've had with many of the sunscreens we've tried in the past.
$32.95, available at Ulta.

Vichy Aqualia AntiOx Anti-Fatigue Ice-Effect Eye Stick
This handy stick is an instant fix for tired, puffy eyes. It's infused with vitamins C and E, and has an immediate cooling effect that perks up your undereye area, minimizing dark circles and eradicating puffiness.
$29.50, available at Vichy

Beauty Wonkette is clearly on a frugalista roll, so stay tuned....


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