Sensitive Skin Copy-Cats: Where to Save

Do overly heavy scents freak you out? Does dye make your skin crawl (literally and figuratively)? If you have sensitive skin, you have Brandefy on your side. We’ve rounded up the best dye-free, perfume-free generic copy cats to save you money while saving your skin. Many perfume-free generics perform well because they do not have to imitate a particular smell of the name brand. Score!

P.S. We do NOT get paid to do reviews.

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Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisture Sensitive Skin vs. up & up Oil-Free Facial Moisturizer Sensitive Skin

These products are very similar. The Neutrogena is actually a bit more watery, but they smell the same and both the usage and the after-feel seem identical. Buy Here

Dove Sensitive Skin Fragrance Free Beauty Bar vs. CVS beauty 360 Sensitive Skin Beauty Bar Unscented

The one attribute that really threw us was the smell. For unscented soap, both products had scents and the generic was much more pleasant. We recommend switching to save! Buy Our Pick


Neutrogena Makeup Removing Cleansing Towelettes Fragrance Free vs. up & up Fragrance Free Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes

While up & up is very different from the name brand, our reviewer actually preferred the up&up brand. It feels softer and leaves your face feeling less dried out. Buy Our Pick

Tide Free & Gentle Laundry Detergent vs. Kirkland Signature Ultra Clean Free & Clear Premium Laundry Detergent

Sensitive skin friends, rejoice! Dye-free, perfume-free generics are usually very good because they do not have to match a color or a scent. The only criteria is they have to clean well without irritating the skin. Kirkland Signature measures up to Tide, and we will happily switch to save! Buy on Costco

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