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9 deadly beauty buys for anyone cursed with dry skin

All for under €20. (Well, almost.)

1. Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask, €1.39

For a wallet-friendly treat, you can’t go wrong with this super cheap tissue mask that will leave your skin refreshed and hydrated.

2. The Ordinary Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil, €12

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The Ordinary is an affordable skincare range made with super fancy, scientific ingredients. Its rosehip oil is a godsend to thirsty skin.

3. La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Baume B5 Soothing Repairing Balm, €13.49

If you suffer from dry, cracked or irritated skin (thanks, winter!) then this La Roche Posay balm is a must.

4. Pixi Hydrating Milky Mist, €20.90

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“Milky mist” might sound sort of rank but we promise this stuff is actually the bee’s knees. A quick spritz and your skin feels renewed.

5. Nip+Fab Kale Dry Skin Fix Clay Mask, €17.99

Nip+Fab is beloved for its masks — seriously, its glycolic fix mask is to die for — but it’s kale mask is ideal for dehydrated skin.

6. Starskin Red Carpet Ready Hydrating Bio-Cellulose Face Mask, €11.33

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If you’re not a Starskin convert yet, you will be soon. Their masks are to die for and especially perfect if you’re prepping for a night out.

7. Mario Badescu Facial Spray, €9.40 – €13.70

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Those in the know absolutely swear by this Mario Badescu spray as a quick and easy way to rejuvenate dry skin.

8. Avène Thermal Water Spray, €14.99

This Avene water spray will make you feel like a fancy continental woman with glowing skin and a summer residence in the south of France.

9. Pond’s Cold Cream, €5.99

We know what you’re thinking: Pond’s Cold Cream is for grannies. But it’s an inexpensive way to make your skin feel silky smooth and get rid of tightness. Your skin will drink it right up, we swear.

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Amy O'Connor

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