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10 Under $10: Beauty Oils From Head to Toe

Sep 24 2013 - 1:41pm

Oils are great moisturizers that bring hydration and life back to everything from your hair and nails to your face and body. While there are plenty of luxurious options on the market, there are just as nourishing finds that won't break the bank. Click on to discover our favorite beautifying oils that don't go over $10.

Trade in your face moisturizer for the Boots Botanics Facial Oil [1] ($9), which features 100 percent organic rosehip oil to hydrate and protect your skin with natural fatty acids. Think food for your skin.

Curly-haired girls know how much extra hydration their hair needs. Nourish your spirals with Carol's Daughter Tui Moisturizing Hair Oil [2] ($10) as a preshampoo treatment, a hot oil treatment, or even a styling aid.

Neutrogena Body Oil Light Sesame Formula [3] ($10) is a fragrance-free cult classic for sensitive skin types. This fast-absorbing oil hydrates and nourishes for soft skin that literally glows.

The Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy Oil For Face [4] ($10) is a multitasking oil that treats a variety of complexion concerns, including fine lines, dark spots, and dryness.

Vitamin E is a popular ingredient in skin care products, and the Studio 35 Vitamin E Oil [5] ($7) packs plenty of antioxidant protection and hydration in just a few drops.

Talk about a multitasker! The Garnier Fructis Haircare Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil [6] ($6) is suitable for your hair, body, and even face. The bottle comes with a spray applicator for a light mist of olive, avocado, and shea oils wherever you need added moisture.

If regular soap or body wash is too drying in the colder months, try switching it out for the Eucerin Calming Body Wash Daily Shower Oil [7] ($8). This gentle cleanser nourishes skin and keeps it hydrated while rinsing clean.

Revive tired feet with the Earth Therapeutics Tea Tree Oil Foot Spray [8] ($9). It's packed with tea tree oil to naturally fight bacteria, deodorize, and soothe worn-out soles.

Pretty hands don't always need a coat of polish, but a swipe of Essie Apricot Cuticle Oil [9] ($8) is a definite must.

The Burt's Bees Mama Bee Nourishing Body Oil [10] ($8) comes in pretty packaging, but it's the blend of almond, lemon peel, and soy bean oils that makes it even prettier for your skin.

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