5 Skincare Tricks That Cleared My Skin, All Under $10
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These 5 Skincare Tricks Cleared Up My Skin In Quarantine, And They're All Under $10

These cheap skincare products have changed my skin for the better!

These 5 Skincare Tricks Cleared Up My Skin In Quarantine, And They're All Under $10

During quarantine, I've found myself wanting to use this time to focus on something fun for myself: skincare. I've always struggled with a love-hate relationship with my skin. Somedays I love the way my skin looks, other days I can't stand it. I decided that I was going to use this time at home to really focus on my skin and get to feel the best that I can.

Here are 5 skincare items I invested in that have changed my life!

A cleanser that makes your skin feel SOFT!

The SOS Oil Balancing Mousse Cleanser by Oh K! can be found at Amazon (online) for only $7.20. This cleanser is great to use at the beginning of your routine, morning and night, because it will remove left over makeup. It focuses on balancing oil and preventing breakouts. After using this cleanser day and night for one week my skin had cleared up immensely.

An exfoliating mask that also hydrates!

The Black Sugar Mask (Wash Off) by SKINFOOD can be found at Amazon (online only) for $10.00. This wash-off mask is an exfoliating and hydrating mask that will leave your skin feeling soft and new. Apply the mask to damp skin and then leave on for 10 to 15 minutes.

A little goes a long way with this mask, so the 3 OZ container should be enough for a very long time. I've been using this mask only in the morning and have noticed my skin ALWAYS looks so fresh after.

A toner that actually works!

The SOS pH Balancing Gel Toner by Oh K! can be found at ULTA (online) for $6.00. This toner is the first one that I've actually seen results with. The toner has witch hazel and tea tree oil that is used to balance and calm the skin. Since using this product morning and night, I've noticed the redness in my skin has decreased DRASTICALLY. Since I'm using this cleanser that is specifically made to go with this product, I really recommend getting both!

A moisturizer that makes your skin feel refreshed!

The Chok Chok Glowing Moisturizer by Oh K! can be found at Amazon (online) for $9.00. This moisturizer is lightweight and has shea butter to help your skin retain moisture. After using this moisturizer I've found my skin to literally seem to be glowing. It really makes my skin feel so soft and healthy after every use, morning and night.

A serum that isn't super expensive!

The Chok Chok Illuminating Serum by Oh K! can be found at ULTA (online) for $9.00. I've always wanted to incorporate a serum into my skincare routine but have found most of the "best" ones are always really expensive. When I found this I was so excited!

The serum is lightweight and perfect to use with the moisturizer mentioned above. It helps with skin regeneration and helps "plump, illuminate, and enhance" your skin! This has definitely become my favorite product to use in my morning and evening routine.

All of these products found at ULTA (online) have really been life-changing!

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