March saw the official arrival of spring and a slew of new skincare products. They included a great variety of picks: cleansers, serums, and moisturizers + more! While some were definitely impressive (including some excellent budget-friendly products), others were major disappointments.
Without further ado, here’s this month’s list of the Best and Worst Skincare.
The Best Skincare Products Reviewed: Four-Star Faves
Sure, they might be known for their funny commercials and budget razors, but the Dollar Shave Club’s new skincare line is no joke. They have two products that made our “Best” list, which is rounded out by a couple of great cleansers for dry skin.
The Worst Skincare Products Reviewed: Two Stars (or Lower)
This month’s “Worst” list included not one, but two eye-area products that claimed to be able to “de-puff” eyes, but instead included some potential irritants that could make puffiness worse—not better.
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