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Amazon’s Best-Selling Beauty, Hair, and Makeup Starts at $7

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There are more than 70,000 beauty products available on Amazon, but finding some of the best ones is now simple. 

Amazon revealed its best-selling premium beauty products overall, and released a special curation that makes them easy to shop. The assortment features a little more than 300 highly rated finds that have received thousands of five-star reviews from shoppers. Recognizable brands and renowned products like Olaplex’s No 3 Hair Perfector, Bioderma’s micellar water, and Sunday Riley’s C.E.O. Glow Vitamin C facial oil all made the list. And even though these all come from Amazon’s higher end beauty section, which tends to be on par with department and salon stores, the best-sellers start at just $7.  

The assortment features an array of editor-loved products, like EltaMD’s sensitive skin-friendly UV Clear facial sunscreen and the brand’s tinted sunscreen. Both have received thousands of praise-filled reviews from owners. As Real Simple‘s resident shopping expert, I put my product-testing skills to use and purchased the protective moisturizer after my dermatologist recommended it for my sensitive, acne-prone skin. I’ve now been using it daily for four years, and love that it doesn’t irritate my skin. The tinted version is great for days when I just want a touch of coverage.

Another editor favorite, Olaplex’s Hair Perfector No 3, also made the list. The treatment, which Real Simple beauty and fashion editor Hana Hong tested, is designed to repair color-treated locks that are dry and damaged. “Sure enough, my hair felt softer, stronger, and silkier with just one use of No. 3 (the brand’s hero product), and I was hooked,” Hong wrote. “I really appreciate that it doesn’t leave a greasy or heavy feel on my hair, a normally unavoidable side effect for hair conditioning.” 

And while these products tend to cost a bit more than your typical drugstore find, reviewers say that many are worth the splurge. Take, for instance, TeaTree’s $32 Special shampoo, which features tea tree, peppermint, and lavender to treat irritated scalps. “My hairdresser recommended I use tea tree oil, so I bought this shampoo,” one reviewer wrote. “It has gotten rid of the dry scalp and improved the health of the hair.” They called it excellent for treating a dry scalp, and continued, “It’s a little pricey at regular price, but worth buying.”

Some of the most-loved finds are featured here, including the skincare, hair care, makeup, and nail care products with the most five-star ratings overall. Discover your new beauty go-to by browsing the entire array through Amazon’s curation of best-selling products, or start with these ones below. 

https://www.realsimple.com/beauty-fashion/skincare/best-beauty-hair-makeup-skincare-amazon