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There are so many night creams on the market, it can be really tough to know what to buy, even if you know your skin type. When you don’t want to spend your whole paycheck on something to put on your face, the decision can be even worse. Luckily for you, there are some facial night creams that gives your skin the nourishment it needs without taking every dollar in your bank account and most of them can be found at your local drugstore.
Neutrogena Antioxidant Age-Reverse Night Cream
If you’ve got normal to oily skin, "Real Simple" magazine recommends Neutrogena’s Antioxidant Age-Reverse Night Cream for young women. The product is formulated with feverfew and soy to hydrate the skin, which can make fine lines appear less visible while making your skin feel firmer. As of publication, Neutrogena’s Antioxidant Age-Reverse Night Cream can be purchased in drugstores for $20.
Collective Wellbeing Night Balm
Collective Wellbeing’s Night Balm is ideal for ladies with dry skin according to "Prevention" magazine because it contains echinacea, an herbal ingredient that helps to stimulate collagen production, which will give you smoother, more supple skin. This night balm also contains lavender, which in aromatherapy uses can help calm and soothe your nerves right before bed. That’s an extra benefit not a lot of night creams offer! As of publication, Collective Wellbeing’s Night Balm can be purchased for $27.
Olay Regenerist Deep Hydration Regenerating Cream
Olay Regenerist Deep Hydration Regenerating Cream is recommended by "InStyle" magazine for normal skin – meaning it isn’t too oily or too dry either. Lucky you, right? Your skin will still benefit from the amino peptides, which actually work to repair the skin’s damaged lipid barrier, giving you smoother, more supple skin while helping to conceal those fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet. As of publication, Olay Regenerist Deep Hydration Regenerating Cream sells for $19.
Eucerin Redness Relieving Night Cream
For ladies with inflamed or sensitive skin, Eucerin Redness Relieving Night Cream is an excellent choice according to "InStyle" and New York City-based dermatologist Susan Binder. The product works because it’s infused with licorice root, a natural anti-inflammatory. Eucerin Redness Relieving Night Cream is also fragrance free, so you don’t have to worry about smells or potential irritation from ingredients that make up that scent. As of publication, Eucerin Redness Relieving Night Cream sells for $15.