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- The internet has many perks. One of them is not having to rely on a department store’s bargain bin for sourcing your skin-care product discounts.
- Below, I’ve rounded up 16 of the best skin-care products on sale right now across the internet, and which stores to find them at.
- If you’re in need of a new toner, face wash, serum, or mask, consider one of these while they’re discounted.
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As a rule, every suburban department store must include an island for discounted skin-care products to go and die quietly. You know the signs: half-priced stickers, luxury products haphazardly tossed on top of cheap drugstore buys, and a flickering fluorescent light bulb all set the scene. At age 13, the number of products — and the indiscriminate heap they were arranged in — was exciting. In my mid-twenties, it’s overwhelming — and a little dismal.
But, a decade and change later, it’s now possible to source relatively good deals on skin care online, without having to brave the mosh pit of serums at your local Macy’s. You can be more selective with what you buy, letting reviews and ingredient lists guide your wallet more than the primal response to a red 40% off sticker.
Below, I’ve rounded up 16 of the best skin products currently on sale, plus where you can find them and a little bit about why people love each one. If you’re looking for a new serum, face mask, or cleanser — and you like the sound of any here — now may be a good time to buy.
Tip: If you purchase something from Soko Glam — the Sephora of K-Beauty and purveyor of the personalized 10-Step routine — you’ll also get a free sample of their new "Holy Grail product" launching March 18 with any order while supplies last.
Below are 16 skin care products on sale right now, and where to find them:
Thayers Witch Hazel Toner
Thayers’ witch hazel toner is a cult favorite of the online beauty community. It has over 10,000 five-star reviews on Amazon and is consistently one of the site’s most popular skin care products under $25. Rose water, aloe vera, and a proprietary Witch Hazel extract work gently and efficiently to cleanse and hydrate skin, tighten pores, and control oil production.
Thayers supposedly creates the only Witch Hazel products made of non-distilled extract from the Witch Hazel shrub, meaning they should maintain the highest levels of therapeutic tannins (the mild antioxidants that nourish the skin).
TruSkin Naturals Vitamin C Serum
Some Vitamin C serums go for $150 and up, but this one has garnered a loyal following for much less (you should also check out Maelove’s $28 Glow Maker). It lightens dark spots, reduces fine lines, and improves clarity with a blend of nutrients designed to aid collagen production. It uses a blend of vitamin C, Botanical Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin E and Aloe Vera, MSM, Witch Hazel, and organic Jojoba oil to nourish skin.
Foreo Luna Mini
Foreo Luna Mini, on sale at Sephora, $139 (originally $169) [You save $30]
The Foreo Luna 2 is the facial cleansing brush multiple Insider Picks reporters recommend as the best option out there — and worth the added expense. The mini Luna version is a bit more economical but has the same technology that makes using the device so effective.
It’s made from a gentle, antibacterial silicone that deep-cleans without creating micro-scratches on the skin’s surface or allowing bacteria to breed on the device itself. T-Sonic pulsations help the silicone touch-points remove dead skin cells, unclog pores, and remove the day’s residue. In independent clinical trials, it removed 99.5% of dirt and 98.5% of makeup residue.
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