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Beauty & Grooming
“Most women can look great and keep up appearances with a well-chosen, but limited number of products,” says Nada Manley, author of Secrets of the Beauty Insiders.
You don’t have to break the bank to find skin care and hair care products that work well for you, says Persia.
To save time and money, Manley suggests choosing multipurpose products: a creamy shower gel can double as a shaving gel and bubble bath, or a moisturizer with antioxidants and SPF can take the place of a separate skin cream and sunscreen.
A more expensive product isn’t necessarily better, says Persia. She points out that two of her favorite skin care products are the relatively inexpensive cleansers Cetaphil and Ponds Cold Cream, both of which are available in drugstores and grocery stores.
On the other hand, she adds, companies that produce some of the more expensive skin care and hair care products often invest much more in research and development. They apply science to the products they produce, such as creating skin care products that fight free radicals.