CVS’ 2017 Best-Selling Products May Surprise You

You don’t have to travel far to find great beauty buys. According to American consumers, everything you need, from hair tools to nail polish, is in the drugstore beauty aisle.

Case in point: CVS’ best-selling products of 2017. After reading through the list of popular products, we were pleasantly surprised. It includes beauty classics, hidden gems, super cheap must-haves, cold weather go-tos and much more. While we’re used to strolling down the aisle, only to be overwhelmed by the number of choices, it’s now clear which ones really work—the best sellers.

Want to know the full-proof drugstore products will cult followings? Check out the most popular products below!

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Gel manicures aren’t cheap, so it’s no wonder that this at-home gel polish is the most popular cosmetic product at CVS. It doesn’t require a base coat or UV light. It’s easy and “life proof,” resulting in an inexpensive, long-lasting manicure.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel, Now $6.99

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After you spend time doing your makeup, you want it to last as long as possible. “Ever since adding this finishing spray to my morning makeup routine, my makeup lasts hours longer and I also get a lot more compliments on my skin looking like Barbie,” one customer said in a review.

NYX Professional Makeup Make Up Setting Spray, Now $7.99

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This five-star product is waterproof and promises up to 16 hours of wear. With a smudger and sharpener included, you can glide on a thick or thin line easily, making it a drugstore must-have.

Revlon Colorstay Eye Liner, Now $5.99

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The Essie gel collection comes with an array of on-trend hues for the lady that loves to change it up, and also doesn’t require a UV lamp.

Essie Gel Couture Nail Polish, $11.50

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This product may be the secret to beauty sleep. The hydrating formula works to renew skin and encourage cell turnover, so you can wake up to bright, wrinkle-free skin. The brand recommends applying to your face and neck after a cleanse. 

Olay Regenerist Night Recovery Cream Face Moisturizer, Now $24.99

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Oily skin? These oil absorbing sheets will remove any excess, midday oil without messing up your makeup—genius. 

CVS Health Oil Absorbing Sheets, Now $4.12

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This product is a beauty classic. Super gentle, this cleanser is perfect for anyone with sensitive skin and affordable.

Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser, Now $6.39

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While celebs like Khloe Kardashian rave about the Bioderma Micellar Water, this Garnier product is the drugstore alternative. “The supercharged cleansing water has been a Parisian beauty secret for over a hundred years,” celebrity facialist Angela Caglia told E! News about the Garnier produt. “It’s a super efficient and an easy way to cleanse and remove makeup fast. The tiny micelles attract dirt and oil while leaving the skin soft and hydrated without the need to rinse.”

Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water All in 1 Cleanser & Makeup Remover, $9.69

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This product is loved for providing a gradual tan. “This is not a tanning lotion that you put on and it turns you orange fast,” one user stated in their review. “It’s a slight tint that gets darker gradually. I put it on every other day.”

Jergens Natural Glow Firming Moisturizer, Now $8.69

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This thick formula instantly rehydrates cracked skin, chapped lips, dry hands and feet, plus scrapes and burns. It’s a cold weather go-to!

Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Healing Ointment Skin Protectant, $6.59

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While the Aquaphor product is for your body, this Eucerin product is made specifically for your hands, soothing your skin and cuticles. The cream promises to relieve the symptoms of eczema and repair any cracked skin with one use.

Eucerin Advanced Repair Hand Creme, $5.99

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Made with coconut oil, cocoa butter and African shea butter, this newly released cream oil promises 24 hours of hydration, exfoliating and nourishing skin. Will this be next year’s best seller?

Gold Bond Ultimate Hydrating Lotion Radiance Renewal Cream Oil, $10.99

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This product is commonly used backstage during New York Fashion Week, due to its maximum hold. It’s water-free—perfect for styles that require heat, humidity resistant and the most popular drugstore hair product.

TRESemme TRES Two Extra Hold Aerosol Hairspray, $5.99

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When your hair is wet, it’s at its most vulnerable state. Avoid breakage and split ends by making sure that the bristles are flexible and the tips are soft, like those on this brush.

Wet Brush Wet Detangling Brush, $9.99

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Meet the drugstore alternative to celeb-loved SugarBear Hair: Viviscal supplements. The tablets add AminoMar, biotin, iron and Vitamin C to your diet to thicken hair. The product is backed by clinical trials and research, but has yet to be approved by the FDA. 

Viviscal Extra Strength Hair Growth Supplement Tablets, $49.99

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This all-natural product tames and defines curls, using coconut oil, Vitamin E, shea butter and flax seed extract. For best results, apply to wet hair, complete your desired style, then allow to dry. 

Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curling Gel Souffle, $13.79

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