When looking to update your beauty cabinet with new skin products, the sheer volume of items on sale can be confusing.
But there’s one simple way to ensure you’re buying what works – and that is to listen to what is working for everyone else.
Recently, Priceline Pharmacy revealed their five best-selling skincare products – and the number one product, which has sold 9.5 million wipes last year alone.
FEMAIL takes a look at the skin products worth investing in.
Recently, Priceline Pharmacy revealed their five best-selling skincare products – and they might surprise you (stock image)
Top of Priceline’s list is Simple’s Cleansing Wipes in a twin pack of 50 wipes, which cost $11.49 and are available from all good pharmacies (stock image)
Top of Priceline’s list is Simple’s Cleansing Wipes in a twin pack of 50 wipes, which cost $11.49 and are available from all good pharmacies, including Priceline.
Priceline shifted an impressive 190,000 packets of Simple wipes in 2017 – or 9.5 million individual wipes.
In second place in the skincare category is Biore’s deep cleansing charcoal pore strips, which cost $7.29 and claim to remove ‘even the most stubborn blackheads’.
Priceline shifted an impressive 190,000 packets of Simple wipes (pictured) in 2017 – or 9.5 million individual wipes
Garnier’s micellar water (pictured in two variations) featured twice in the list – at second and fourth place, with many choosing to remove their make up with the gentle solution
Third place in Priceline’s list was filled by the same brand as came in fifth – Garnier’s micellar cleansing water, which costs $9.79.
The cleansing water is popular with countless women, not just in Australia, but around the world too – thanks to its soft ability to remove make up and rinse your face with just a cotton pad.
Priceline’s fourth best-selling product is FreezeFrame’s RevitalEYES, which costs $69 for 15ml.
‘For chronic puffiness, serious dark circles and deep wrinkles; RevitalEYES clinical eye repair treats them all with instant and long term results,’ the Priceline website reads.
Priceline’s Make up Director, Sarah Laidlaw, revealed she expects micellar cleansers to continue to be a big trend in 2018 (stock image)
Also in the top four were Biore’s ultra deep cleansing pore strips (left) and FreezeFrame’s RevitalEYES (right)
Natural skincare has been a huge trend in recent times (stock image)
Elsewhere in the top ten, Priceline reported that they had three Biore pore strips among the most popular products.
Meanwhile, a dry shampoo product sold every 30 seconds, while 1.4 million sets of false eyelashes also sold – or one pair every 23 seconds.
Speaking to Women’s Health, Priceline Pharmacy’s Make up Director, Sarah Laidlaw, revealed she expects micellar cleansers to continue to be a big trend in 2018:
‘Micellar Water was massive and will continue to be in 2018 I think, same with charcoal and pore strips,’ she explained.
Sarah added that she is also not surprised about the number of false lashes sold – because they ‘make a big difference to the overall look of your face’.