I’m back with a part 2 round up of best selling Amazon products – this time focusing on best selling Amazon skincare products! And let me be the first to say that I’m not a skincare expert. I’m honestly just beginning to start my own skincare routine and journey at the ripe old age of 30. Better late than never 🤷🏼♀️So whether you’re a newbie like me or a skincare junkie, I’m sure some of these products might interest you!
Like I mentioned, I don’t know everything there is to know about skincare but these are products and tools that really stood out to me – ones that I wouldn’t be able to find at my local drugstore or Ulta. Just like with the best selling Amazon makeup, these products come highly rated, heavily reviewed and ultra affordable.
BTW – if you missed part 1 talking about makeup, check out my best selling Amazon makeup products post here.
Again, the sheer amount of reviews some of these products have is just insane. Crazy that a clay mask has over 30,000+ reviews!
These are all products within the top 100 best selling Amazon skincare products based on total amount of sales. Amazon claims they update these products hourly. You can see the current top 100 best selling products by going to any department on Amazon and clicking best sellers. From there, you can filter to additional subcategories keeping in mind that the top 100 is always changing.
Best Selling Amazon Skincare Products
// Vanicream Moisturizing Cream – $12.17
4.6 star rating with 7,033 reviews
// LilyAnna Naturals Retinol Cream Moisturizer – $19.99
4.3 star rating with 9,031 reviews
// 2PC Silicone Face Mask Brushes – $3.98
4.6 star rating with 6,252 reviews
// Schick Silk Touch-Up Dermaplaing Tools – $4.99 (set of 3)
4.4 star rating with 10,685 reviews
// Indian Healing Clay Mask – $12.94
4.6 star rating with 5,998 reviews
Important note – it looks like the company is now only selling a “version 2” of this product and that the original one is no longer for sale. You can still see the listing for the original one here along with the 29,845 reviews 😱 and 4.5 star rating but you can only buy version 2 now which is the link I attached to the product name above.
Version 2 sounds like it’s the same product with upgraded packaging and labeling to ensure authenticity and provide additional product details like expiration date and manufacturing info.
// Cosmedica Pure Hyaluronic Acid Serum – $15.00
4.3 star rating with 13,942 reviews
// Elta MD Clear Facial Sunscreen – $33.00
4.5 star rating with 4,715 reviews
// Avarelle Acne Cover Patches – $8.50
4.1 star rating with 8,044 reviews
// TruSkin Vitamin C Serum – $35.99
4.5 star rating with 2,958 reviews
Leave me a comment if you have tried any of these products and what your thoughts are! As I’m diving deeper into the world of skincare, I’m finding it more and more interesting as I fine-tune my personal skincare routine.
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