The 10 Best Skincare Products You Can Snag at Target

If you’re like me, you have about a million skincare products overflowing in your bathroom. You use them for a while, kind of forget about them, place them in the back of your cabinet, and move on to the next new thing. I get a lot (probably too much, honestly) of excitement out of browsing the beauty and skincare aisles at Target, because I just love to try out new products and switch up my routine.

Obviously, trying out a new product is always hit or miss and some people are weary of trying something different. I, like most of us in trying anything new on our faces, ask myself: Will it make me break out? Will it dry my skin out? What if I wake up with an allergic reaction? However, I can honestly say that nothing that dramatic has happened and it’s definitely worth it — you just might find your new favorite skincare product in the process.

But sometimes, things just don’t work out. Thankfully, Target has so many amazing affordable options so that you don’t have to spend a ton of money on high-end skincare lines and risk them not being for you. I’ve worked my way through many of the products in those aisles, so I’m here to share my favorites.

Here are 10 of the best skincare products that Target has to offer:


Hydration Station Booster With Hyaluronic Acid, $19.99

Versed is a relatively new brand at Target that makes products which are free of parabens, sulfates, fragrances and dyes as well as cruelty-free and vegan. And honestly, I struggled to only include two of their products in this list. Hyaluronic acid is already naturally occurring in your body, so this product just provides a little boost and is great for dry skin. Winter is coming, people!


Kind to Skin Micellar Makeup Remover Wipes, $4.69

I’ve tried SO MANY makeup wipes over the years, and these are my favorite by far. They are gentle, fragrance-free, and truly leave your skin feeling fresh and clean rather than feeling like you just added more product.


Brightening Super Greens Serum, $12.99

I really love serums and facial oils — they feel so luxurious, but can also be very expensive. This $13 option is hydrating, brightening, and really evens out my overall skin tone and gets rid of any light blemishes or redness.


Early Defence Eye Cream, $19.99

Eye creams are another item that can be so pricey for so little product. At $20, this one is on the higher end of Target products, but it is a great option. It’s very hydrating and helps combat under-eye circles.


Witch Hazel Toner, $10.99

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: this product is AMAZING. It's all-natural, evens out skin tone, helps get rid of blemishes, and feels so refreshing. My personal favorite is the cucumber scent, but there are lots of great options!


Mighty Marshmallow Bright & Radiant Face Mask, $12.99

This little tub of face mask goes a long way with a ton of uses. It is light and fluffy on application and makes your skin so soft when you wash it off. Pro tip: store it in the fridge and bring it out for a real cooling and self-pampering treat.


Moisturizing Facial Wash, $5.99

This is one of my all-time favorite face washes. It’s super gentle and good for sensitive or combination skin, but really gets the job done.

Vanity Planet

Glowspin Face & Body Brush System, $49.99

This is a more budget-friendly version of some of the pricey electronic face brushes out there that are great for a deeper clean. As a bonus, this one comes with face- and body-sized brushes.

More Than Magic

Cream Face Mask Variety Pack, $6.00

This pack of six cream sheet masks is the perfect way to try out a variety of options for a low price. Sheet masks are so refreshing and always leave your skin feeling amazing.


Day Dissolve Cleansing Balm, $17.99

Another Versed product with the same awesome perks! Cleansing balms just feel luxurious and are a great way to remove all your makeup. This one has a ton of 5-star reviews!

Have you tried any of these Target products? If not, which one are you most excited to try?


This story originally appeared on The Everygirl on September 12, 2019.