Dealing with acne doesn’t get any easier with age. Even after our teen years are long behind us, many of us are still battling stubborn breakouts caused by any number of factors from hormones, to diet, to dirty makeup brushes. Finding the right way to treat blemishes is almost as frustrating as the actual pimples themselves. But while trial-and-error is essential in finding the best product for you, some formulas can be further irritating, not to mention expensive—but they don’t have to be.
Luckily, some of the most effective acne-fighting must-haves can be found at the nearest drugstore, so they won’t leave your wallet feeling too light. From cleansers to spot treatments, read on for some of the best cost-effective ways to tackle acne head-on for a clearer complexion.
John Travolta in ‘Saturday Night Fever.’Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images
Ah, the 1970s, a decade of disco, protests, free love and of course, some of the greatest movies of all time. Us Weekly has rounded up our personal favorites and put together the top 10 movies from the decade some call the golden age of cinema. So get out the popcorn and get ready to chill. If you’re looking for a thriller, a romcom, a cult classic, or a horror flick, Us has you covered.
In the mood to sing (and dance) along to a classic? Revisit two John Travolta hits. He stole the big screen and our hearts with his dance moves and fitted bell bottoms in Saturday Night Fever (1977) and his hot and heavy summer romance with Sandy in Grease (1978).
Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford in ‘Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope.’Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images
Look no further if you need a fun family flick – you can revisit the candy man scene, the Oompa-Loompas, schnozberries and more in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) and don’t forget about the biggest blockbuster of the decade – Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope (1977).
But don’t worry if you’ve watched all of those and still need more! From action-packed thrillers such as Rocky (1976) and The Godfather (1972) to the side-splitting comedy Animal House (1978), check out Us’ full list of recommendations – and rewatch their trailers! – below: