7 Drugstore Beauty Products That Are Seriously Awesome

Put down the $100 moisturizer

So you splurged the last couple weeks on some amazing meals. Now your self-imposed budget is shaking its head at that $100 moisturizer you’re holding.

But no worries, there are tons of products with great price points that totally impress us, and you can find that them conveniently at a drugstore near you. Here, seven drugstore gems to add to your daily makeup routine.


Neutrogena Make-up Remover Cleansing Towelettes ($7)

Known as the OG around our bathrooms--we’ve been using these since high school--they’ve never met a face full of makeup that they didn’t like. In a world where you’re tempted to try a different product every day, there’s something to be said about staple items that stay with you throughout the years.


Bioré Baking Soda Pore Cleanser ($6)

Charcoal, we get it. You’re awesome. But you’ve had your moment basking in face wash glory. This new baking soda infused cleanser is really coming to the rescue of all of our combination skinned sisters. It gets deep into the skin’s pores and removes all of the gunk. Just think how proud your grandmother is going to be when she hears you’re using her favorite household product.


Maybelline Eye Studio Master Precise Skinny Liner ($7)

Meet the excellent liner that is exactly what it says it is: skinny and precise. We aren’t really sure why lining the top of your eye with black paint takes you from auto mode to slay mode but it seems to do the trick. At least for us.


Derma E Anti-wrinkle Vitamin A Glycolic Mask ($19)

Our favorite products from derma e has to be the Vitamin A line. Who says you have to buy a $100 bottle of retinol infused product to reap its skin plumping benefits.


Revlon Ultra Hd Matte Lip Color ($9)

A super rich color and easy application that goes on like a lip gloss, but stays put like a pencil--and it didn’t cost $25. We strongly encourage you to take your standard lipstick game and enhance it with HD Love (pictured).


Covergirl Lash Bloom Mascarara ($8)

You have a different mascara for each type of look you’re pulling off, but if you want a classic, go-to mascara, this is the one--it lengthens your lashes without the clumps, and for a great price point.


Nivea In-shower Body Lotion ($6)

For ladies who loathe lathering themselves up post shower (guilty), this stuff is pretty much everything. It sounds super gross and ineffective, right? We were pleasantly surprised when we were proven wrong.

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Diana Oates

Dallas Editor

Diana Oates is a freelance writer living in Dallas with her husband and three kids. When she’s not telling you about the best new restaurant in town or the hottest hotel to escape...
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