10 Best Skin Care Products for 20 Somethings ...


In your 20’s your skin is in an awkward phase.

You’re just getting out of terrible acne if you’re lucky and your face is setting in to look like what it will be for a very long time.

Here are the 10 best skin care products to help your skin look amazing and to make you glow throughout your 20’s!

1. Tourmaline Charged Radiance Mask

Tourmaline Charged Radiance Mask

Price: $29 at aveda.com

This mask will make your GLOW!

It has gentle exfoliators that work to remove those layers of old dead skin, minimize your pores and make your face look new, fresh and radiant.

Plus, it smells really good.

So for me, this product is a must-have.

2. Phisoderm anti-Blemish Body Wash

Phisoderm anti-Blemish Body Wash

Price: $6.39 at drugstore.com

Your 20’s are your clubbing and bar years.2

The only time in your life when it’s appropriate to wear low cut blouses and backless shirts.

Well, it’s not very fun to wear those things when you’ve got a break out on your back or chest.

Phisoderm has taken care of that.

This body wash may not smell the greatest but it does work wonders on treating your acne and more importantly keeping you from breaking out.

3. Pure Comfort Eye Makeup Remover

Pure Comfort Eye Makeup Remover

Price: $16 at aveda.com

Normal soap is just a little too harsh my face and before this one, I never found a make up remover

that would take off my liquid eyeliner.

But let me tell you, this one works amazingly well.

And, the first step in caring for your skin is making sure it’s clean!

4. Burt’s Bees Healthy Treatment Rosewater and Glycerin Toner for Sensitive and Mature Skin

Burt’s Bees Healthy Treatment Rosewater and Glycerin Toner for Sensitive and Mature Skin

Price: $11.99 at drugstore.com

I know, I know, our skin isn’t really “mature” but this toner still works wonders.

It’s always been really gentle because it’s made for sensitive skin.

It’s an amazing toner with an amazing smell.

Burt’s Bees has really done it again!

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