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The Under-The-Radar And Affordable Skincare Brands You Should Check Out

You don't always have to bust your credit card limit just to get a glowing complexion. These affordable skincare brands might not be the most known but their products are darn good.

#4: Nip + Fab

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Containing ingredients like bee venom, glycolic acid, snake venom and hyaluronic acid, this UK-born skincare brand is a favourite amongst the likes of celebrities like Kylie Jenner and thousands of other users both in the UK and the US. Featuring active ingredients that promise real results, this cult favourite delivers maximum results for minimal cost.

We recommend: Bee Sting Fix Lifting Mask, $21.55, Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads, $32.30, Dragon’s Blood Fix Hyaluronic Shot, $53.88. Available on

#5: French Girl Organics

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Luxury, organic and vegan skincare but without the hefty price tag? Yes, please. Enter French Girl Organics, a line of products made from organic, wild-crafted and sustainable ingredients inspired by France’s natural bounty. Achieve that je ne c’est quoi and channel your inner effortless French girl with these products that are just as good for your skin as it is for the earth.

We recommend: Rose Lip Polish, US$15, Néroli Du Maroc Facial Oil Elixir, US$44, Néroli Du Maroc Cleansing Wash, US$18. Available on

#6: Averr Aglow

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Designer to heal blemishes and help you achieve flawless, glowing skin, Averr Aglow’s skincare line is formulated with organic and wildcrafted botanical and mineral ingredients. Specifically created to treat sensitive and problematic skin, their entire range consists of just 6 products made with ingredients like French Pink Clay, corals that contain over 70 minerals, rosewater and other botanicals rich in antioxidant to help you achieve the best skin of your life.

We recommend: Luminous Complexion Toner, US$45, Flawless Nourishment Cream, US$43, Clarifying Hydration Dew, US$29. Available on Ships within US so you’ll need to organise your own parcel forwarding.