5 Skincare Saviours: Affordable high street skincare products available to shop now

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Skincare doesn’t need to be expensive many products can be found at high street stores at affordable prices.

The world of skincare can be really overwhelming because there are so many beauty products on offer, and you can often find yourself paying a lot of money for expensive high-end products when you really don’t need to be.

A lot of the more affordable high street skincare products are just as good, if not better, than their expensive competitors. Here’s a quick round up of five of my favourite high street skincare products that you can shop now.

1 Boots Vitamin C Brightening Moisturiser Cream £5.00 - This Boots own brand moisturiser is one of the best day creams I have ever used, and also one of the cheapest at only £5. With Vitamin C and Yuzu in it, it works to create brighter looking skin in only 14 days and it is suitable for all skin types.

I’ve been using it as my daily moisturiser for around a month now, and it’s safe to say I’ll definitely be repurchasing once I’ve finished my current pot.

2 The Inkey List Polyglutamic Acid Dewy Sunscreen SPF30 £12.50 - As the weather starts to heat up, we all should be incorporating an SPF into our skincare regime if we haven’t already. This one from The Inkey List can be bought from the CultBeauty website and promises to be a great base for makeup because it doesn’t pill.

3 Medik8 Eyes and Lips Micellar Cleanse Conditioning Waterproof Make-Up Remover £16.00 -  A crucial step in anybody’s skincare routine is taking their makeup off at the end of a long day, a job made easier by this gentle and conditioning micellar water from Medik8. It boasts a triple-phase micellar cleansing system that gently removes lip and eye makeup without pulling at the skin, and says it can even remove tough waterproof mascara and bright colours in seconds.

4 COSRX Acne Pimple Master Patch £6.00- Everyone has those days when they wake up with a stubborn and annoying pimple. Whenever this happens to me, I like to use a pimple patch to cover it up to stop me from touching it and making the breakout worse. These pimple patches from COSRX are an absolute bargain and say they can be worn underneath foundation to help cover a spot.

5 The Ordinary 100% Plant-Derived Squalane  £9.90 - This serum has been a staple in my skincare routine for over five years now, and it’s something I recommend to everybody to use between cleansing and moisturising. Squalane is something naturally present in the skin already and works to hydrate and improve skin suppleness. Since using it, I have seen some brilliant improvements in my dull and dry skin.

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