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The 5 Best Selling Beauty Products

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The beauty world is transitional and constantly evolving, but there will always be standout products that withstand the trend cycle and become beloved. We teamed up with top market research company The NPD Group, Inc. to determine the top-selling beauty products across the industry since 2017. When so many people love and purchase a moisturizer, foundation, or perfume, you know it must be good.

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The Foundation
Double Wear Stay-in-Place Foundation
Estée Lauder sephora.com
$43.00

Estée Lauder’s iconic Double Wear foundation is a fan favorite. Its natural matte finish, oil-controlling powers, and extensive shade range make it hard to switch out. It stays in place and is here to stay.

2
The Scent
Coco Mademoiselle Eau de Parfum
Chanel sephora.com
$80.00

Youthful and modern, this isn't your typical floral fragrance. A spritz of this warm concoction will transport you to a garden filled with patchouli, Turkish roses, and orange trees.

3
The Moisturizer
Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+
Clinique sephora.com
$5.00

Clinique's cult face lotion feels weightless on the skin, doesn’t exacerbate dry patches, and layers well under makeup. The texture doesn't feel too emollient, and the cucumber extract-infused formula is hydrating without leaving behind a greasy residue.

4
The Anti-Ager
Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II
Estée Lauder sephora.com
$16.00

It doesn't matter whether you have normal, dry, combo, or oily skin—Estée Lauder's night formula instantly works to smooth out fine lines and give your pores a hit of hydration, thanks to its bounty of antioxidants and hyaluronic acid. A couple drops before bed is all you need.

5
The Cologne
Bleu De Chanel Eau de Parfum
Chanel sephora.com
$95.00

A medley of citrus accord, labdanum, and sandalwood cedar come together to create a fragrance that is both warm and fresh. Bleu de Chanel also has notes of tonka bean and vanilla, imbuing it with a sensual complexity. Although it's a cologne, it reads like a modernized version of a classic powdery, unisex scent from the 1920s, so nobody will be the wiser if you share with your SO.

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