This moisturizer will give you soft and supple skin without breaking the bank

On Duped, our host Oneika brings you inexpensive alternatives to some personal care favorites

Video transcript

Hi, I’m Oneika, and this is “In the Know, Duped”, the series where we find low-cost alternatives to your favorite high-end products, skincare, cosmetics, and even accessories. Today I’m going to show you that finding a good moisturizer doesn’t have to break the bank.

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With so many skin care products on the market, it can be difficult to choose one. And our tendency is to choose fan favorites or those we know. But the problem is that they are often very expensive. Take, for example, Tatcha’s the Water Cream. It’s gone viral, and it’s amazing, but at $69 kid, it’s not the most affordable option.

Introducing Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel. Not only is it extremely hydrating and not only is it a great dupe for Tatcha, but it also contains hyaluronic acid, which is going to keep your skin glowing with daily use. And like Tatcha moisturizer, it absorbs very quickly, leaving your skin feeling dewy and soft. But the absolute best part is that it’s only $23, which means you can easily get three for the price of one Tatcha.

So I don’t know about you, but I love treating myself to a fancy mask once in a while. Of course, the problem is that it can be very expensive. For example, Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask – Chef’s Kiss. It’s amazing, but it’s also $60.

So it’s not as affordable as that dupe, which is Andalou Naturals Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask. That’s it, and the best part is that it only costs $13. It is above all an exfoliant. And it contains vitamin C, so once you put it on, an even layer, leave it on for 15 minutes and wash it off, it will leave your skin glowing.

There you have it, two affordable dupes for glowing skin. I’m Oneika, and it’s “In the Know, Duped”. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to head over to intheknow.com for more tips and tricks on how you can look fabulous. See you later.

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Donovan B. Sanford