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Internet’s Most-Talked About Skin Care Products

Instagram is one of the places where we see all the things trending and it’s now become one of the places where the #ads can give celebrities thousands of dollars. Most brands are opening up their own accounts as a new form of free advertising. From clothing lines to skin care products and almost everything can be found on Instagram.

The high online traffic on this site is the reason why there are many people opening up their small e-commerce businesses. It is also one of the outlets that trigger the consumerist behavior in us. If you are looking for a product review, YouTube is your friend, as almost all the products that you are looking for have been reviewed by beauty gurus.

Let’s look back at the top skin care products that blew up overnight and everyone seems to either own it or save for.

Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Serum

This serum has been one of the most overhyped skin care product on the internet. It is a serum that promises to renew your skin overnight. It is more of a hydrating and anti-aging serum, not a serum to treat your acne scars. According to the people who have been using this product, it has greatly improved their skin. True, there are many claims of this product and that is why it’s also costly. The 1.7 oz. a bottle will cost you $98.

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay

The Aztec clay is so famous that people are lining up to buy this product

Got any acne problems? Give this skin product a try and expect the many miracles that people have been raving on the internet. Putting mask has been one of the added skin care routines that we now do. Because of this, we can now see many brands coming up with their own miracle powder. Among the many masks out there, this one stands out because it’s effective and affordable.

Mario Badescu Facial Mist

The long debate of whether setting sprays work or not has yet to be settled. But just because there are many doubts about this means that companies will stop putting them out. One of the cult-fave facial mists available is the Mario Badescu in Herb and Rosewater. This became popular because people nowadays are more interested in alcohol-free and organic stuff. Just like the Aztec clay, this facial mist is so affordable, that it’s okay for you to stock up.

Glossier

Emily Weiss is a beauty blogger and owner of the brand Glossier

This U.K brand has taken the internet by storm. From their skin care products to their dainty cheek paints, they have it all. One of the best things about their line is that it’s affordable. One might wonder how this independent brand became so popular that it’s now one of the front-runners of the skin care industry. The answer to that is their social media activities, the example of that is their distinguished Instagram traffic. Now, it has many followers and is said to be an $8.3 million company.

The Ordinary

If you don’t know this product, then you definitely are missing a lot. For the past months, the Korean beauty routine has been dominating the world of skincare. Who can even blame them? Koreans do really have that dewy and blemish-free skins. The Ordinary is one of those brands that people run to if they wish to have Korean-skin. It’s so famous that even Kim Kardashian includes one of their products in her routine. One of the good things about this is that it allows people to mix their own serum since their serums are raw, tolerable chemicals.

Sunday Riley CEO Rapid Flash Brightening Serum

One bottle of this miracle serum will cost you $76

One of the most expensive serums that are available on the market right now is the Sunday Rile Brightening Serum. But to those who have been using this product, they always say that every penny is worth it. This is a Vitamin C-based serum, and we all know that Vit. C works wonders on our skin. This serum will help you lighten dark spots and blemishes, and fights anti-aging. If you have extra money, then it’s okay to invest in this serum. Just make sure not to go broke just to buy this serum, there are lots of alternatives out there that work wonders, too.

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