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These hydrating skincare products will give you soft supple skin without breaking the bank

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Splurging on high-end skincare products can be both fun and rewarding, but if you’re looking to achieve healthy, glowing skin on a budget, there are plenty of products that are helpful for both your skin and your wallet! In this episode of In The Know: Duped, host Oneika shares her favorite low-cost alternatives to high-end products that’ll help you achieve soft, hydrated skin.

Oneika’s first go-to budget-friendly product is Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel. This product is a perfect, low-cost alternative to the viral—but pricey—Tatcha Water Cream. The “extremely hydrating” product contains hyaluronic acid, which is “going to keep your skin glowing with daily use,” according to Oneika. The Hydro Boost Water Gel also absorbs very quickly, which “leaves your skin feeling soft and dewey.” But the best part? It only retails for $23. “You can basically get three of these for the price of one Tatcha,” shares Oneika.

Next, Oneika moves on to a skincare luxury that can often be on the pricey side: facemasks! The Pumpkin Enzyme Mask from Peter Thomas Roth, for example, gets a *chef’s kiss* of approval from Oneika, but at $60, it’s not particularly affordable. Instead, Oneika recommends the Andalou Naturals Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask. “It is everything, and the best part is it only costs $13,” says the host. The mask is primarily an exfoliant, and it contains vitamin C, so it will “leave your skin luminous,” explains Oneika.

Next time you go shopping for skincare, remember these affordable dupes that are excellent substitutes for top-end products!

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