Drug Store Skin Care Vs Expensive Skin Care

Drug Store Skin Care Vs Expensive Skin Care

October 24, 2017

Drug Store Skin Care Vs Expensive Skin Care can be a mind boggling thing to determine. There are times when expensive products are better and there are also times they are not. You may find yourself paying more for the package over true quality when products go above the $50 to $60 range. There are even some products advertised for young adults at a lower cost while a product with the same effectiveness promoted for adults will have a higher price tag. You should stick with reliable brands for example Neutrogena, L'Oreal Paris, and Olay. 

Face oils can help balance your skin's oil production reducing excess oil on the face while minimizing pores. Argan oil promises to treat and moisturize irritated, dry and aging skin. The only ingredient that should be in pure Argan oil is simply Argan oil also called Argania Spinoza Kernel oil. When evaluating products be sure to check the ingredients that is a great way to determine which product to go with you may find a great product for less!

  

Moisturizer will help your face look and feel younger, make your skin softer, more elastic skin, and it will keep your skin hydrated. A basic, fragrance-free face lotion should do the trick for most skin types. You can even use sunscreen daily as a moisturizer! Again do your research there maybe another product for less you can use as a substitute. 

 

Lip balm is a wax like substance applied to lips to moisturize and relieve chapped, dried lips, cold soars etc. it doesn't take a lot of money or ingredients to keep your kisser moisturized. Notable brands to consider Burt's Bees, Blistex, ChapStick and Vaseline.

 

Retinol another name for vitamin A helps your skin get rid of dead cells and create new ones creating new collagen. It can lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Retinol varies in strength you may find higher concentrations to be a little pricier. 

We highly recommend reading the ingredient list, look at product reviews, and check the website to see if there are clinical studies to back up each product's claims.

 

 

Article contributions: Totalbeauty, specialistsindermatology, pinterest



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