‘I wasted so much money before this!’: Amazon shoppers swear this $9 face oil is a game-changer

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If your skin has been extra dry lately, you’re not alone. Between the cooler days that may call for a bit of heat and the allergy-inducing transition into spring, it can leave skin feeling dehydrated and dry.

That’s why Amazon shoppers are turning to this face oil that’s less than $9.

Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Moisturizing Skin Therapy Oil, $8.93

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This moisturizing face oil has 10 restorative skin oils that help hydrate and smooth fine lines and wrinkles. The oil has cocoa butter, which helps moisturize skin, retinol, reducing facial lines, and vitamin C to brighten skin and dark spots.

Customers love this inexpensive face oil that has over 16,000 ratings on Amazon. “I’ve been using this for a few weeks now, and I’m wondering why I’ve been spending so much money on all those other face oils and creams for so long. Not only is [this product] providing amazing moisture for my skin, but it’s working wonders on redness and the couple of age spots I’ve been fighting with for years,” wrote one five-star reviewer.

Another reviewer pointed out how their acne scars have significantly diminished. They wrote, “My acne scars reduced significantly, almost to the point where they are completely gone. My fine lines around my eyes are still there, but again, reduced greatly. This oil helps act as a moisturizer for me and does not seem to have a reaction against my sensitive skin.”

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