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18 Total “Treat Yourself” Products I Highly Recommend (and They’re Under $25)

Simply put, it’s our job to find the best beauty products out there for you. From the newest serum to the hottest lipstick color to the dry shampoo that will change your life, we will find it, test it, and let you know what we think. We’re not complaining. It’s a pretty fun gig, and we’ll volunteer to be beauty guinea pigs any day.

But one of the cool things to come out of this is finding out what products you’re loving and buying. It helps us figure out what you want to learn more about and what you’re into so we can bring even more personalized recs to you.

Because we share a lot of our favorites with you every single day, we recognize it might be hard to keep up. So we’ve decided to put together a handy weekly list of what we love and what you love—consider this a CliffsNotes, one-stop shop of what’s really trending and worth adding to your cart at this very moment.

This week, I’m sharing the skincare products I plan on investing in this year. Take a look at my list below. Am I missing something? Is there another product I should put on my skincare bucket list? Send me a DM.

Upgrade your bed for better sleep and healthier hair with a silk pillowcase. The luxurious fabric reduces hair breakage and frizz and minimizes any wrinkles.

A gua sha tool can help you apply your products more effectively, but it can also help massage out any tension that you have. Use it to jump-start circulation in the morning and to wind down at night.

Your hands and nails need some love, too. This cuticle oil is infused with vitamin E and sunflower-seed oil to condition and moisturize your nails.

Dr Teal’s makes some of the most affordable and effective bath soaks out there. This one contains pure Epsom salt to relieve aches and pains, pink Himalayan salt to refresh, and bergamot and sweet orange essential oils for more relaxation benefits.

This mask gives you the post-facial glow without having to leave your house. It has AHA, BHA, and enzyme exfoliation to promote cell turnover and fade dark spots. Pineapple and papaya enzymes create the refreshed, glowy look.

Just thinking about massaging my scalp makes me go “aah” in relaxation. It just feels so good! You can also use it to deep-clean and exfoliate your scalp.

An ultra-nourishing body butter is just heavenly to apply after a warm shower. This body butter isn’t too thick or greasy. In fact it has a whipped texture that absorbs into the skin quickly.

Dry-brushing can help you exfoliate your skin all over, leaving you feeling silky smooth. It also can improve blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. Use it before you take a shower and you’ll really feel refreshed as you towel off.

Your stressed and tired skin will thank you for using this hydrating and brightening mask. It has nourishing ingredients such as coconut water, purple broccoli extract (to clarify skin), and plant-based collagen (to lift and firm).

Give your hair some TLC, too. This mask can restore your damaged hair thanks to avocado oil, lemon extract and essential oil, and olive fruit oil. These ingredients all work together to moisturize and add shine.

Add this fizzy CBD bath bomb to your tub for a totally relaxing experience. It contains Epsom salt, moisturizing oil, and broad-spectrum hemp extract. Your body and mind will feel instantly calmer.

Now I’m not saying that this would be like getting a face massage at the spa, but it’s close enough for an at-home experience. This vibrating tool can smooth and firm skin, promote elasticity, and improve blood circulation.

There are a lot of benefits to a diffuser. First, aromatherapy has a variety of uses, from de-stressing to reenergizing. Second, the scents just add some nice ambience to any room. Place this wherever you like to wind down at home.

Our hands can get so dried out this time of year from the winter cold and so much handwashing. While having the right everyday hand cream can protect your hands, sometimes, you need to give them some extra love. These gloves are packed with collagen, shea butter, vitamin E, and 10 plant extracts to condition your hands in 20 minutes.

Sephora’s face masks are always an affordable go-to. There’s one for every type of skincare concern, like breakouts, dryness, and redness.

Yes, yet another bath soak, but come on. Baths are the definition of “treat yourself.” Herbivore’s Coconut Milk Bath Soak will soften and hydrate the skin while calming the mind.

For a little pick-me-up throughout the day, I like using a face mist. This cooling option from Mario Badescu contains ingredients such as green tea extract, cucumber essential water, and peppermint essential water––all of which will feel so good on stressed-out skin.

If you really want to go all in on an at-home spa experience, you can order one of these foot baths. It might come in handy if you’re really missing your professional pedicures right now. Next up, The Most In-the-Know Beauty People Told Me 30 Products They’re Obsessing Over

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