6 Drugstore Beauty Picks From a Celebrity Dermatologist

The best beauty products in the drugstore, handpicked by dermatologist Dendy Engelman.


Dickinson's Witch Hazel on the Go Towelettes


“I use these little wipes to clean a scrape, take the itch out of a bug bite, or remove makeup. Witch hazel is a natural antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. Just a dab does the trick.”

To buy: $6.50, walgreens.com.

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Sally Hansen Airbrush Sun


“I tell patients to use this self-tanning mousse all over their bodies, not just on legs. It’s great for covering up scars, veins, redness, or other imperfections.”

To buy: $12, target.com.

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Flower Glisten Up! Highlighter Chubby


“On early mornings, I swipe this stick on my cheekbones and down the bridge of my nose to help me look well rested, even when I’m not. It gives you a glowy look.”

To buy: $10, walmart.com.

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Roc Retinol Correxion Sensitive Night Cream


“Retinol speeds up skin-cell turnover, boosts collagen production, and has anti-inflammatory properties, making it a powerhouse ingredient for treating wrinkles and acne.”

To buy: $23, ulta.com.

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Yes To Coconut Ultra Hydrating Overnight Crème Mask


“This formula is rich with coconut and avocado oils, plus cocoa-seed butter to quench dry skin. It absorbs quickly, so it doesn’t get on your pillowcase, and it smells like a vacation.”

To buy: $20, ulta.com.

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“While I was pregnant, I used this oil all over my body to help prevent stretch marks. The more pliable your skin is, the more easily it can stretch without scarring.”

To buy: $20, walmart.com.

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