Top 200 Beauty Products Under $20 – Hands & Feet

Top 200 Beauty Products Under $20 – Hands & Feet

How much would you pay for a professional manicure and pedicure? Well, as part of our list of the Top 200 Beauty Beauty Products under $20,  ALL of the following products are under $20, not to mention the majority of them can be used again and again. Now after doing the maths, it really is a no brainer that these products are worth the tiny penny they ask for. But don’t just take our word for it, it’s the beautyheaven members who have spoken on these savvy beauty buys.

Designer Brands Twist & Go Instant Nail Polish Remover, $4.99

“This instant nail polish remover is the most amazing thing I have ever used! So easy, no clean up, no offensive smell. Beautiful clean nails. I was dubious about the claims of removing nail polish with so little effort, but it is true. Finger in the foam, twist a couple of times and the job’s done. Couldn’t recommend it highly enough.” – Melody261

Manicare Ergonomic 4-Way Buffer, $8.95 

“The ergonomic shape makes it effortless to get right into the corners when buffing. The buffer feels balanced and comfortable in your hand too. I always buff my nails prior to polishing, but my old buffer was nowhere near as comfortable. I’m converted! The shine achieved is dazzling, if you don’t have the time to keep your nails in tip top shape then this is the product you need to achieve a complete polished look.” –marcie4

Revitanail Nourishing Oil, $14.95 

“This product is ah-mazing. It dries quickly, even though it tells you to massage into cuticles for one minute. I find that when applying, giving it a quick rub and then leaving it to dry has the same effect. It smells heavenly, and calms me down (so damn relaxing) and it pampers your cuticles. I usually use this product just before I post my nails on Instagram, they look so healthy and moisturised!” –Linh_xx

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure, $14.95 

“They actually deliver a quality finish, are easy to work with and are a nice thick consistency so you won’t get a streaky finish. I have found I will get a week to a week and a half with two coats and a top coat and I am very hard on my hands with chemicals and water. I cannot fault this product as it delivers quality results without an expensive price tag like its competitors.” –Symantha Studio

Revlon ColorStay™ Gel Envy™ Longwear Nail Enamel, $16.95 

“The longevity of these polishes is fab – at least five days without any chipping! I also enjoyed that the polish was very easy and fuss-free to remove with regular nail polish remover. With an impressive colour range from pastels to brights and a range of finishes from shimmer to glitter, there is bound to be a shade to suit any outfit! I would recommend the Revlon Gel Envy Nail Polish to anyone after a quick, convenient and affordable nail polish that offers salon-like quality gel nails.” –Katieloves

SinfulColors Cream, $4.95 

“The consistency is just right, not too thick but not too runny either. It is so easy to apply, very pigmented and quick drying. It’s opaque in one coat, but I always apply two for good measure. It has also got the bonus of being formaldehyde-, toluene- and DBP-free. Also, it has a glossy finish that I love. This nail polish is an absolute bargain for $5. I will definitely be purchasing more shades as soon as possible!” –Sam91

Ulta3 Nail Polish, $2.30 

“These are great little polishes, they’re in a decent sized bottle with a nicely sized brush meaning easy application. For $2 a bottle they’re well worth the cost, and with their incredible range you can get pretty much any colour you’re looking for.” –Cherry Ace

Natures Organics Organic Care Lemongrass & Ginger Antibacterial Hand Wash, $3.99

“This has to be my favourite hand wash at the moment! I tend to wash my hands a lot and that really dries them out when I use conventional soap. To have a hand wash that can clean my hands without drying them out is fabulous! This product also smells wonderful – I am a big fan of the refreshing citrus scent, which lingers on my hands quite a while after washing them. I love the fact that this product is not packed with nasty chemicals and that it is derived from natural ingredients (it is also Australian which is a huge thumbs up!).” –Ms Billi

Palmolive Naturals Milk & Honey Liquid Hand Wash, $3.98/500mL

“I have one of these in the kitchen and it’s fantastic. The smell is lovely and it doesn’t leave my hands dried out, they feel nice and soft. It also feels nice and creamy when washing and lathers well. Will repurchase over and over.” –Cherrykisses13

Dettol Instant Hand Sanitiser, $3.49 

“I carry a bottle of this with me at all times, and have one on my desk at work. It’s great to just refresh your hands after handling anything sticky, dirty or even just gross. But as winter is upon us, this little bottle has became a legend for me. As a train user, I’ve never been more disgusted at the way I see people sneeze and then put their hands on the handrails, or the seats, or anywhere where any other person is bound to touch. I always wash my hands with this just after I leave the train and get to work, so I know I am starting my day germ free.”-MissBaz

Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream, $14.95 

“Best cuticle cream I have EVER used. The scent to it is just delightful and I love how after continuous use it has repaired my ripped cuticles and prevented them from getting infected. Just Perfect.” –pattie.s

Nailene So Natural Nails, $16.99 

“I could not believe how natural they looked. I used the pink short box and they totally looked like my own nails. As long as you get the right fit and get them glued on straight and pushed right to your cuticle, you will love them. They were so light and felt comfortable.” –Abby

Scholl Party Feet Invisible Gel Cushion, $9.95 

“I love wearing heels, high heels, short heels, in between heels… and these are a MUST! I like to have them in each of my highest heels that cause the most pain in the balls of my feet and I’m happy to say that I no longer get that pain. The gel texture feels even better on the balls of my feet than if I was wearing flat shoes! They are definitely worth the purchase especially if you are a heel lover like myself!” –TanLover

The Body Shop Peppermint Cooling Pumice Foot Scrub, $17.95 

“The texture is great for exfoliating the feet, smooths and softens the rough skin. It smells minty fresh, which I really love and also has a cooling effect – great for sore, tired feet. It’s only 100mls, which is ok because you only need to apply a little bit. I’ve had mine for a whole year, I would repurchase this again.” –Isabel217

Nutri-Synergy NS 8 Heel Balm Complex, $14.95/100mL

“I love this stuff. I don’t have super calloused heels or skin but it gets hard in spots. Exfoliating with pumice etc, just wasn’t staying on top of it. The chemist recommended this and I’ve not gone back. I massage it in post shower, pre bed and wake to softer soles. Great, simple instructions on the back but even better: the ingredient list is full of stuff a layman can read. Loads of natural and local ingredients. Aussie owned and made!” –TheUglyDuckling

Scholl Velvet Smooth Night Mask, $14.99

“I have really dry, hard skin on the heels of my feet and after one application I started to notice a difference in the skin on my heels. The cream is thick, which makes it easy to apply as it doesn’t run everywhere. The cream absorbs fairly quickly, without leaving my feet feeling sticky or greasy. It’s so simple to use, simply apply and leave overnight for beautiful soft feet.” –Princess228

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*Star rating is correct as of 14/10/2015.

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  1. Based on the awesome reviews, I thought I’d try this ergonomic 4 way buffer. It has lived up to the reviews. I am impressed by both the shine obtained, I have a weak upper dominant arm & the ergonomic handle made it easy to use. Highly recommend!

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