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Want to treat your skin and also be guaranteed that your money is well spent? Every one of the winners in our first ever Skincare Awards was voted for by Stylist readers as well as our panel of expert judges, which means everything on the list, from anti-agers to exfoliators, comes with a hard-earned seal of approval

Have this list of essential products to hand next time you’re stocking up by downloading our printable pdf (below) - and banish half-used pots of cream from your bathroom forever.

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