23 skin-care products with near-perfect Amazon reviews

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Have you — or anyone you’ve ever met — ever reached the end
of Amazon page results?

To me, it sounds more like the riddle of what would happen if
you were to finally reach the ends of the Earth, or beat an
unbeatable video game. Does the internet break? Does time cease and
then, rapidly, ominously, move backward? 

Guessing by Amazon’s selection size, we aren’t going to find out
any time soon. Put that existential dread to bed.

The online behemoth’s sheer plethora of options makes it both
the most convenient place to buy what you already know you love,
and one of the tougher places to apply its frequent discounts to
new worthwhile buys — like skin care, which can be more expensive
than it warrants thanks to beauty industry markups. 

Below, I’ve compiled a list of 23 solid skin-care products
flying under the radar on Amazon that you may want to check out the
next time you need a Vitamin C Serum and don’t want to drop $100 or
more on one. The following cult-favorites have hundreds — if not
thousands — of five-star reviews you can vet yourself before
buying, too. 

23 under-the-radar skin-care products with hundreds of near-perfect
Amazon reviews:Thayers Facial Toner

Thayers Alcohol-free Rose
Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera, $6.99

Overall rating: 4.5/5 stars

Five-star reviews: 8,000+

Thayers’ witch hazel toner is a cult favorite of the online
beauty community. It has over 10,000 five-star reviews on Amazon
and is consistently one of the site’s most
popular skin-care products under $25
. Rose water, aloe vera,
and a proprietary witch hazel extract work gently and efficiently
to cleanse and hydrate skin, tighten pores, and control oil

Thayers supposedly creates the only witch hazel products made of
non-distilled extract from the witch hazel shrub, meaning they
should maintain the highest levels of therapeutic tannins (mild
antioxidants that nourish the skin).

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay

Aztec Secret Indian Healing
Clay Mask, $10.95

Overall rating: 4.4/5 stars

Five-star reviews: 13,000+

This underground beauty community Holy Grail has shown up
everywhere from the Sephora beauty blog to Youtube vlogs.
my own love letter to it
 after receiving a glowing
 from a colleague.

It’s been called the ‘world’s most powerful mask’ and with good
reason: the 100% natural calcium bentonite clay draws out all the
impurities deep in your skin, and, especially if mixed with
apple cider vinegar,
effectively exfoliates the surface of the skin for a smoother, more
even texture.

Esarora Ice Roller

Esarora Ice Roller for Face
& Eye, $14.99

Overall rating: 4.6/5 stars

Five-star reviews: 1,400+

The Esarora Ice Roller is designed to shrink pores and puffiness
and act as minor pain relief for migraines, sunburns, and sinus

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23 skin-care products with near-perfect Amazon reviews