‘I really didn’t expect this from a serum’: This Amazon facial serum is a best-seller — and now it’s less than $15

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News flash: You can find quality skin care products without breaking the bank. While there are some products you should (rightfully) splurge on, it’s nice to know that you don’t need to have a million dollars to have gorgeous, healthy skin.

In case you needed proof, one of Amazon’s best-selling facial serums is less than $15, and it’s keeping shoppers hydrated and happy.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hyaluronic Acid Serum, $14.88

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The Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hyaluronic Acid serum is formulated with a 17% hydration complex that instantly quenches dry skin. Because hyaluronic acid naturally occurs in the body, this product is safe to use on all skin types.

Customers see a difference after using this Amazon facial serum. “I’ve been using this daily for a few weeks now, and I really love it! It doesn’t take much to apply to my whole face, dries quickly and makes my skin feel super soft,” wrote one reviewer.

Another shopper pointed out how beneficial this product was for their sensitive skin. They wrote, “This is awesome. My head and face were extremely dry (during chemotherapy), and this cream worked great and feels refreshing when applied. I would strongly recommend.”

If you need a moisturizing facial serum that will put an end to your dry skin woes, look no further than this Amazon best-seller that’s equal parts effective and affordable.

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