The dermatologists we talked to said "beautiful skin doesn't have to be expensive." A panel of dermatologists recently identified skin products that work as well as more expensive brands.
"So you want a high SPF to protect your skin. This one moisturizes as well from Coppertone. And you want ingredients like the pentapeptides that are in this Olay product to help heal any damage that you've already done," said Leesa Suzman with Good Housekeeping.
Individually, concealer, eye cream and sunscreen can be expensive. But Good Housekeeping tells us "Beutrogena's 3-in-1 for Eyes" does all three jobs in one package.
"It also gives you a great dose of moisture so that makes your eyes instantly look smoother and brighter," said Suzman.
And for just around $8, you can have hair products that do everything from make fine hair fat to controlling the frizzes to giving short hair a sleek look.
Good Housekeeping's pick for a great shampoo and conditioner is "Head and Shoulders" Ocean Lift Shampoo and Conditioner.