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2016 Shape Beauty Awards: Drugstore Products Every Girl Should Own

Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion

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To see the latest and greatest, check out the best drugstore beauty product picks in the 2017 Shape Beauty Awards.

Fragrance-free and utterly gentle, this face-and-body lotion is the darling of dermatologists and a staple for those with sensitive skin. ($16; drugstores)

Related: The Truth About Sensitive Skin

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Clairol Root Touch-Up by Nice'n Easy

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In 2005, women canceled their salon appointments to do their roots (and hairline and temples) at home. Still, in just 10 minutes and for less than $10, you can buy yourself weeks of a freshly colored head of hair. ($7; drugstores)

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Maybelline New York Great Lash Mascara

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A classic pink-and-green tube is sold every second. It's no wonder why: A few strokes of this jet-black, no-smudge formula gives you thick lashes that aren't dry or crunchy. ($6; drugstores)

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ConairPro YellowBird Dryer

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Don't let the retro vibe throw you: This 1960s frame hides a fully updated 1,875-watt AC motor, complete with two speed and four heat settings ($49;

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Crest 3D White Classic Vivid Whitestrips

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This DIY teeth whitener has kept smiles gleaming since 2001. Wear the stick-on strips for 30 minutes a day, and teeth are brighter in less than two weeks. ($28; drugstores)

Psst...We have The Ultimate Guide to Teeth Whitening

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Vaseline Jelly Original

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It's the head-to-toe, do-everything ointment, from conditioning eyelashes to softening rough heels. What would we do without it? (Now we need to meditate to clear that horrible idea from our heads!) ($4; drugstores)

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Jergens Natural Glow Daily Moisturizer

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This has been our glow-to since 2005, when pasty women rejoiced at the realistic tones it creates. Since then, we've welcomed firming and quick-dry versions, plus a no-smell technology. ($9; drugstores)

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St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub

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Sometimes a girl's just gotta scrub, and this is the exfoliant for the job. It contains walnut-shell powder and apricot extract to remove all the gunk in its path, restoring a glow we haven't seen since our teens. ($4; drugstores)

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Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Fire & Ice

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This famously flattering, vibrant shade of red was launched in 1952, and to this day it has the same "come play with me but don't you dare try to play me" impact. ($8; drugstores)

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Neutrogena Facial Cleansing Bar Original Formula

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Lauded for what's not in it (no dyes, preservatives, or detergents) as much as what is (gentle cleansing agents, tons of glycerin), this see-through bar has a spot on many a sink ledge. ($3; drugstores)

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Aussie Sprunch Hair Spray

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It was a texturizing spray long before the term was coined. The latest version has a more flexible hold and sophisticated scent, inviting a new wave of users to coax curls into their hair. ($4; drugstores)

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Psssst! Instant Dry Shampoo Original Formula

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The mother of all modern dry shampoos remains a fave, absorbing dirt and oils while leaving behind no chalky trace. ($7; drugstores)

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