9 Surprising Beauty Finds Hiding at Your Local CVS
When was the last time you walked into a CVS and walked away carrying only your prescription? Exactly. Typically we leave with a handful of Maybelline mascaras, a restock on our Almay makeup removing wipes, Q-tips, nail polish remover, and the list goes on (and on). But we rarely stop there. We often find ourselves roaming the aisles and discovering new beauty products (many you can’t find anywhere else). Needless to say, waiting for our prescription to be ready at the pharmacy is not good for the bank account. But it is good for our beauty routines.
Scroll through to discover the hidden gems you’ve been missing!
Long before every major brand was putting their name on some sort of balm, there was Bag Balm. It's been healing farmers' calloused hands since 1899. You need to keep your heels in sandal-ready shape this summer, and this can help.
Enlite Flawless Body Shimmering Glycolic Body Lotion ($22)
Let us introduce you to Enlite, your new CVS obsession. They have an entire face and body line. We instantly fell in love with this body moisturizer because it gives our legs a subtle, airbrushed sheen. Plus, we also love that it's spiked with lactic and glycolic acids.
Manuka Doctor ApiClear Purifying Face Mask ($40)
You've heard all the buzz around manuka honey lately. If you haven't tried it yet, now is the time, with Manuka Doctor. It's a clinically proven skincare line that incorporates purified bee venom (often referred to as “nature’s Botox”) and New Zealand–sourced manuka honey. Honey actually has healing, anti-inflammatory properties, which makes it a perfect base for a clarifying mask.
Enlite Super Face Scrub + Glow Facial Microdermabrasion ($17)
Okay, we know this is the second Enlite product in the roundup, but we've just been swooning over this line. Plus, this one is for your face. We love a good microdermabrasion scrub with chemical exfoliators weaved in. This one has lactic acid to further the brightening effects.
Wilma Schumann Hydra Gel Masques (4 count) ($39)
If your sheet mask isn't hydra-gel, you're doing something wrong. From hydration and antioxidant boosting to soothing and irritation calming, this four-pack has you covered for every skin concern.
What was your last drugstore beauty discovery? Share your latest finds in the comments!