12 Beauty Steals – Dermatologist Recommended

My good friend, Jennifer Toyohara, M.D., is a dermatologist with Adult & Pediatric Dermatology in Concord, MA and DermPath New England in Boston. She generously provided me with a list of her favorite drugstore products. All of these products are exceptional values and are doctor recommended. Dr. Toyohara is also the mother of two adorable young boys.

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  • Aquaphor Healing Ointment $5.99 2 of 13
    Dr. Toyohara says: "This is my GO TO for everything. It softens cuticles and dry hands, is perfect as lipgloss/chapstick, amazing for healing baby butt rashes, as well as scars and cuts. I have a tiny tube in all of my jacket pockets and purses and a pot in every room for diaper changes or moisturizing hands after washing."
    Available at Walgreens.
  • Wet & Wild Kohl Color Icon Brow & Eyeliner Pencil $.99 3 of 13
    According to Dr. Toyohara, this basic pencil "works as well as other expensive brands and is only 99 cents!!"
    Found on Drugstore.
  • Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Hand Cream $4.49 4 of 13
    This rich cream offers serious relief for dry, chapped hands without feeling greasy. Dr. Toyohara warns to only use a dab a little goes a long way.
    Get it at Drugstore.
  • Eucerin Redness Relief Daily Perfecting Lotion SPF 15 $14.49 5 of 13
    If redness is an issue for you, you'll love this light-feeling calming lotion. Dr. Toyohara says this is great for people with rosacea. "It's cheaper than some of the high end brands but seems to work just as well."
    Pick it up at Walgreens.
  • Cetaphil Dermacontrol Moisturizer SPF 30 $14.87 6 of 13
    Dr. Toyohara recommends this lotion for those with acne-prone skin. "It's very lightweight and oil-free."
    Found on Amazon.
  • Maybelline The Falsies Mascara $5.94 7 of 13
    Dr. Toyohara says, "Falsies really plump my lashes and make them look longer and thicker without being too clumpy. I like it better than some higher end brands."
    Available at Target.
  • Neutrogena Oil-free Eye Makeup Remover $6.47 8 of 13
    Effortlessly remove stubborn eye makeup with this gentle formula. "I personally just love this stuff," says Dr. Toyohara. "It's very mild and doesn't irritate skin or the eye. And does a great job of removing eye makeup!"
    Get it at Walmart.
  • Sally Hanson Diamond Strength Instant Nail Hardener $6.39 9 of 13
    Have problems with splitting and breaking nails? Dr. Toyohara usually recommends a supplement including biotin but say some people need more. "Sometimes environment and genetics play too big of a role and you need something more. This helps me to keep my nails strong."
    Found on Drugstore.
  • CeraVe Hydrating Facial Cleanser $13.59 10 of 13
    Dr. Toyohara is a big fan of the CeraVe line. This gentle cleanser is removes dirt, oil, and make up without disturbing the skin's natural barrier.
    Available at CVS.
  • Maybelline Baby Lips Moisturizing Lip Balm SPF 20 $3.99 11 of 13
    These tinted balms condition and soften your lips for up to 8 hours and provide sun protection.
    Pick it up at CVS.
  • Neutrogena Wet Skin Kids Sunscreen Spray Broad Spectrum SPF 70+ $10.49 12 of 13
    While Dr. Toyohara loves all the Neutrogena sunscreens including the Ultra Sheer and the Pure & Free Baby, this one gets the top spot because you can use it on wet skin and it's an easy-to-apply spray.
    Check out all the options at Neutrogena.
  • Neutrogena Ageless Intensives Deep Wrinkle Night Moisturizer $19.79 13 of 13
    Dr. Toyohara's advice for simple wrinkle preventation: "Wear sunscreen every morning and use a retinol or retinoid at night. Retinoids are prescription, but retinols are available over-the-counter. This one is readily available and I happen to like it a lot."
    Found on Drugstore.

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