The Best Skin Care Products You Can Find at Target

Top-notch skin care isn’t exclusive to glossy department store shelves. These complexion champs pack a serious punch at an affordable price point—plus, you can pick them up on your next Target run. 

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1/17

La Roche-Posay Anthelios AOX ($43)

The industry’s first anti-aging serum to deliver potent UVA/UVB protection in every pump, this two-in-one sunscreen turns back the hands of time with a blend of SPF 50 protection and high-tech antioxidants without ever feeling chalky.


2/17

Pixi Glow Tonic ($15)

This cult-favorite toner is brimming with 5-percent glycolic acid to exfoliate, aloe vera to soothe any irritation and ginseng to revitalize a dull complexion. The result: brighter, glowy skin. The formula is also available in on-the-go, no-rinse pads to make a picture-perfect complexion possible even away from home.

3/17

Vaseline Intensive Care Cocoa Radiant Smoothing Body Butter ($6)

Blended with the brand’s proprietary Vaseline jelly and 100-percent pure cocoa and shea butters, this ultra-hydrating body cream boasts four times more emollients than similar lotions to soothe parched 

4/17

Cetaphil Redness Relieving Daily Facial Moisturizer with SPF 20 ($13)

Providing redness-reducing properties, skin-plumping moisture, extra-protective SPF 20 and medium, natural-looking coverage in every pump, this tinted moisturizer is a solid option next time you're due for a foundation refill. 


5/17

Differin Acne Treatment Gel ($12)

The first retinoid to ever receive FDA-approval for over-the-counter acne treatment, this dermatologist-developed, adapalene-based gel is a no-brainer when it comes to tackling acne on a budget. Plus, it goes on and dries clear, so you can keep it at your desk for a midday touch-up. 


6/17

FIG+YARROW Night Nutrient Booster Serum ($20)

Apply a layer of this p.m. potion to your skin right before your usual moisturizer to protect skin from free-radical damage and boost collagen production (read: plumper, less-wrinkled skin) while you snooze.


7/17

E.l.f. Massaging Eye Wand ($25)

Gentle vibrations and minimal heat begin once the tool touches your skin to maximize the benefits of your eye creams and serums by allowing them to absorb properly, all while ensuring you’re getting the most bang for your buck.


8/17

Vichy Minéral 89 ($30)

Containing hyaluronic acid and 89 percent mineral water, this super light moisturizer is perfect for skin types who don't play well with heavy creams. It visibly plumps skin, makes it more resistant to environmental damage and imparts a healthy glow. 

9/17

Neutrogena Acne Proofing Gel Cleanser ($9)

Infused with salicylic acid to kick acne to the curb and boost skin's natural renewal process, stubborn shine and blemishes are no match for this powerful purifying cleanser that's somehow also gentle enough for daily use. 

10/17

Baby Foot Foot Peel ($25)

Put these plastic booties on your feet, wait for one hour as the 17 types of natural extracts work their magic in exfoliating hardworking feet—even the toughest calluses are no match for these—and then wash the gel away. Three or so days later (your feet will peel in this interim and may continue to for a week), you’ll have smoother feet than you ever thought possible.


11/17

Aveeno Positively Radiant 60 Second In-Shower Facial ($7)

Make the most of your shower with this one-minute mask that works with the steam of your shower to remove grime, exfoliate skin with glycolic acid and deliver your brightest complexion yet.


12/17

Mayfair Soap Foundry Sugar Scrub ($9 each)

Slough away even the toughest day with these scented sugar scrubs that indulge your senses while revealing brighter, smoother skin. Try scrubbing with Grapefruit Bergamot in the morning to wake you up and Sea Lily Jasmine at night for a serene getaway at home. 


13/17

Bare Republic Milk & Honey Daily Recovery Sun Serum ($19)

This nourishing milky formula comforts and recovers skin from all environmental stressors—be it too much sun or harsh winter air—with its natural blend of turmeric, carrot oil, calendula, Manuka honey and calming oat milk. 


14/17

Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concrentré ($28)

A favorite to makeup artists everywhere, this French moisturizer wears many different hats, acting as a primer, hydrator or makeup remover. However you use it, this combination of shea butter and emollient oils repairs and locks in moisture while you wear it, making it a must-have for us.


15/17

Bevel Shave System Starter Kit ($90)

Aside from its posh packaging, this shaving system was clinically tested and formulated to help reduce and prevent razor bumps and irritation. It was created for men with coarse or curly hair, meaning that it will give you the closest shave possible. 


16/17

Skinfix Eczema Balm ($18)

If you suffer from eczema, you know that not just any lotion can calm your dry skin. Enter: Skinfix’s eczema line, featuring this balm (and other products like body washes and lotions) that is packed with 2% colloidal oatmeal—twice the level of other eczema products—to seriously soothe your skin. 


17/17

You Are Amazing Clean On Up Body Wash in Eucalyptus Mint ($4)

If the straight-from-the-spa scent of this body wash doesn’t have you sold within the first two seconds, the silky skin it leaves behind (thanks to safflower oil) will have you singing its praises after one use. 


2 Comments
  • Pperks
    Posted on

    I love the lanaige cc compact. It's exactly the same as pacific amore at Sephora ($60) but only $30! I happened to have it in my handbag once at Sephora. The sales lady and I compared the ingredient list, exactly the same! I first learned about it on the doctors program on Sirius. Here's a hint, always check targets website before purchasing anything with a bigger sticker, most of the time it's cheaper and just take it to costumer service and they price match. I buy bio oil for $12.99 4.2 oz rather than $20.99 on the shelf price!

  • Kaelyn Zielinski
    Posted on

    Omg! This was an awesome post. Inwill be hunting down somw of these items now that Inknow they exist at Target. Thabks for the great tips 😃

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