You can shop the Sephora Collection cleanser, moisturizer, anti-aging cream, and eye cream in stores today.

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When you walk into Sephora, you're probably not expecting to find a huge bargain-it's the kind of place where you can drop a couple hundred on a few products in five minutes without even trying. But that doesn't mean you can't find some really good deals there, too. The brand's own Sephora Collection line is one place to start. While you may already be a fan of their affordable lipsticks and sheet masks, the brand quietly expanded their skin-care offerings online last month with four new products-and, starting today, you can shop them in stores too.

Not only do the products contain "it" ingredients like hyaluronic acid and vitamin C, but they all cost less than one Andrew Jackson. (That's $20, BTW.) TBH that's cheaper than many drugstore skin-care products these days. Despite only being around since January, the products are already building up five-star reviews from fans who say they perform just as well as skin care that's double or triple the cost.

First up in the collection is the Clean Skin Gel ($10, sephora.com), a gel-based daily cleanser that removes makeup, cleanses, and tones. It's safe for sensitive skin and won't leave skin feeling dry and stripped of hydration. (Related: 10 of the Best Gel Moisturizers for Oily Skin)

Next is the All Day Hydrator ($16, sephora.com), a lightweight moisturizer with hyaluronic acid and vitamins C and E. It moisturizes, helps skin retain moisture, and offers antioxidant protection to prevent premature aging. (Related: Hyaluronic Acid Is the Easiest Way to Transform Your Skin Instantly)

For nighttime use (or when skin is feeling on the dryer side) there's the Nourishing Moisturizer ($16, sephora.com) which uses three natural oils (avocado, marula, and rose hip) to keep skin super hydrated and protected against environmental aggressors.

Lastly, there's the Brightening Eye Cream ($16, sephora.com) which uses caffeine and hyaluronic acid to both hydrate sensitive under-eyes and reduce dark circles and puffiness. (Related: The Best Under-Eye Concealers to Help Cover Up Dark Circles)

To top it off, all the products meet Sephora's criteria for their "clean" beauty seal, which means they're created without ingredients known or thought to be harmful. (Related: The Best Clean Beauty Products You Can Buy at Sephora)

Not sure which to try first? You can buy all four products for $58-less than the cost of many high-end creams alone. You're welcome.