Shoppers Say This Now-$14 Drugstore Cream Makes an "Obvious" Difference in Wrinkles
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Shoppers Say This Now-$14 Drugstore Cream Makes an "Obvious" Difference in Wrinkles

It’s a spring-friendly version of a celebrity favorite.
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Certain beauty products are so trustworthy and hardworking, they could star in a skincare version of A League of Their Own. Within that imaginary team of Bioderma and Embryolisse would preside Weleda Skin Food, a player beloved by bold names like Julia Roberts, Adele, Victoria Beckham, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Priyanka Chopra, and Katie Jane Hughes. Its sidekick: the brand's Skin Food Light, a spring-friendly moisturizer that happens to be on sale. 

While the original iteration is famous for its thick, juicy formula, the Skin Food Light gives shoppers a fittingly lighter dose of hydration with all the same line-softening capabilities. For people who switch out their heavy-duty moisturizers in warm weather or have oily and combination skin, that makes it a great fit; over 3,500 people have awarded the lotion a five-star rating on Amazon, including more than a dozen shoppers who mention their oily skin. 

"Finding a moisturizer that doesn't irritate my skin but hydrates, lasts, [and] doesn't feel greasy has been a challenge," wrote one reviewer with sensitive and oily skin whose dermatologist recommended the brand. "It leaves my skin looking beautiful and hydrated. My redness is diminishing as well." Other people noted that it leaves their skin feeling "soft and pampered," and the plumping effect is significant — which is in line with the "obvious" improvement in wrinkles another shopper commented on.  

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Shop now: $14 (Originally $19); amazon.com

To get that moisturizing quality, the brand formulated its Light version with sunflower seed oil, glycerin, beeswax, ​​cocoa seed butter, and shea butter, which make it both moisturizing and protective thanks to fatty acids and vitamin E. Violet extract, chamomile extract, calendula extract, and rosemary leaf extract supply antioxidants, and the brand is free of parabens and phthalates to avoid future detrimental health effects

Thanks to that blend, even people with dry patches say their skin is left "visibly more nourished" and feeling bouncy. As a last user with "aging" skin said, using it daily leaves their skin "much improved" — and with the price down to $14, there aren't many reasons not to try the German crowd pleaser. Get it on Amazon while the sale lasts.