Marie Claire's best drugstore beauty list

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Neutrogena Wet Skin Sunblock Spray SPF 50

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When it comes to face creams, makeup, skin salves, and hair products, we've seen it all. Here are our picks for this year's best breakthroughs in drugstore beauty.

Neutrogena Wet Skin Sunblock Spray SPF 50, $11.50, walgreens.com

No question: Super water-resistant technology in spray form makes this the easiest (and safest) way to stay protected while you're being active.










Sally Hansen Vitasurge Growth Gel and Strength Gel

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Sally Hansen Vitasurge Growth Gel and Strength Gel, $6 each. kmart.com

The mani-challenged will appreciate the micro-encapsulated vitamins that help nails set longer and stronger.


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Burt's Bees Mango & Orange Body Butter

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Burt's Bees Mango & Orange Body Butter, prices starting at $11.04, Yahoo! Shopping.

Vitamin E and nourishing mango deliver instant moisture to winter-parched skin.










Dove Gentle Exfoliating Beauty Bar

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Dove Gentle Exfoliating Beauty Bar, $6.88 for six bars, walmart.com

Everything we love about the classic soap, updated with gentle, skin-softening exfoliating beads.










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John Frieda Precision Foam Colour

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John Frieda Precision Foam Colour, $14, amazon.com

This innovative new line boasts 20 gorgeous shades and uses stay-put foam technology to nix uneven coverage.
















Olay Facial Hair Remover Duo

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Olay Facial Hair Remover Duo , $22.50, walmart.com

This genius pairing gets rid of unwanted moustaches without irritation.







L'oréal Paris Visible Lift Smooth Absolute

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L'oréal Paris Visible Lift Smooth Absolute, $13.60, target.com

Vitamins, elastin, and collagen help minimize flaws without feeling mask-y.















Covergirl Natureluxe Mousse Mascara

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Covergirl Natureluxe Mousse Mascara, $8.50, drugstore.com

The cutting-edge whipped formula means lashes feel incredibly light--and never flake.











Maybelline New York Baby Lips

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Maybelline New York Baby Lips, $3.80, kmart.com

Get the hydration of clinical-strength botanicals in a range of playful, punchy shades.













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