Beauty buffs, turn on your computers. Dermstore is hosting its big annual sale that you won’t miss.
The beloved beauty retailer is now 23 years old and celebrating with an epic sales event. Through August 17, you can save up to 25 percent on luxury skin, hair care, and cosmetics during Dermstore’s anniversary event (not to mention you can earn triple Dermstore Rewards points to spend later). ).
Whether you’re looking to replenish your skincare staples or need a reason to splurge on some trendy favorites, here’s your chance. Among the more than 200 (!) participating brands, you will save big on some of the best names in beauty, such as Dermalogica, Peter Thomas Roth, TULA, R+Co, Christophe Robin and more.
For hesitant shoppers, don’t worry: all month long, you can get limited-edition packs on top-tier brands, allowing you to try multiple products in one go. Between Sunday Riley’s Super Genes and A+ serums? Get both, and more, in the Sunday Riley Exclusive Clinical Results Trio ($340). Dealing with tired and damaged strands? Treat it to a little TLC with Living Proof’s Signature Hair Restoration Kit ($50).
The Dermstore Anniversary Event is one party you don’t want to be late for. Simply enter code “CHEERS” at checkout to save. And if you’re really not sure what to buy, keep scrolling: our top picks in skincare, haircare, and cosmetics are below.
Our skincare picks
Dr. Loretta Intense Replenishing Serum — $60.00
Originally $70, now $60
I rarely like skin products, but this moisturizing serum has made my skin summer tired wonders The last weeks. It is viscous, much thicker than other serums I have tried, which makes its moisture levels last all day. It’s also packed with antioxidants like lipochroman and vitamin E that protect the skin from further damage from UV rays and pollutants. 11/10 would recommend.
Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Extra Strength Daily Peel Packettes (30 Count) — $71.00
Originally $88, now $71
Dr. Dennis Gross skin care products are 20 percent off during the sale. Our recommendations? Try one of the brand’s peels to remove dead skin and improve texture and appearance.
“Dr. Dennis Gross peels are a great daily exfoliating and rejuvenating treatment that really works for me,” says Gina Vaynshteyn, business editor for Well+Good. “I’ve been using them for years. They leave my skin brighter, smoother and softer in the morning, and it’s nice not to have to apply a mask, who has time?
Lumière Firm Riche Illuminating Firming Eye Cream — $89.00
Originally $118, now $89
This eye cream is so good that Dr Deirdre Hooper, a 47-year-old board-certified dermatologist in Louisiana, has been using it every day for 15 years. “I’ve tried every eye cream I can think of over the years and I’ve never applied one and thought it felt better than Lumiere,” He says Dr Hooper. “I realized that the skin on the eyelids is a problem area and in many of my patients it ages almost faster than anything else. And I’d say the proof is in the pudding. I have been using it for 15 years and I really think my eyelids have aged well.”
Our picks for hair care
R+Co Rockaway Salt Spray — $21.00
Originally $28, now $21
Summer is not over yet. If you want to show off a natural style, fresh from the beach, get the R+Co salt spray. While other salt sprays can leave you sticky and crunchy, this mist adds the perfect amount of light texture. It is my option to run the blue crush Take a look, and I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Oribe Dry Texture Spray — $40.00
Originally $49, now $40
Dubbed “the easiest hair styler and perfume you’ve ever known,” by Ali Finney, former associate editor of brand initiatives for Well+Good, Oribe’s volumizing spray doubles as a dry shampoo for fresh hair in an instant. It’s formulated to absorb oil from the root, so you can skip washing even on the oiliest of days.
Briogeo Curl Charisma Hydrating Defining Hair Mask for Curly Hair — $100.00
Originally $124, now $100
Are your curls absolutely parched and begging to be quenched? Check out Briogeo’s ultra-hydrating mask that is fortified with amino acids from rice and avocado to leave your hair silky smooth. “This is a great hair mask for anyone with curly hair that needs extra hydration year-round,” says Pridgett. As the name suggests, it is sure to give your curls some charisma. Stock up and get this huge bathtub.
Christophe Robin Purifying Sea Salt Scrub — $40.00
Originally $53, now $40
Nothing washes my hair like this Exfoliating Salty Shampoo from Christophe Robin. It is so foamy, but never drying or stripping, as the almond oil and flaxseed extracts in the formula boost hydration. And the salt crystals? They are perfect for removing buildup and dirt left on the scalp.
Our picks for cosmetics
Smith & Cult Nail Polish — $14.00
Originally $18, now $14
Enjoy 20 percent off new colorful nail polishes. “Smith & Cult is as durable as non-gel nail polish, and I can never stop buying multiple colors because they have the best selection,” says Vaynshteyn. “As someone who paints my nails regularly, I look for cruelty-free formulas and 8, offered by Smith & Cult.”
Coola’s Organic SPF 30 Makeup Setting Sunscreen Spray — $29.00
Originally $36, now $29
Coola’s airy mist has become my favorite setting spray. While some setting sprays leave you sticky, Coola’s feels like there’s nothing there. It’s infused with aloe and cucumber extracts so it never dries me out, plus it doubles as UV protection with SPF 30.
Stila Glitter & Glow Liquid Eyeshadow — $18.00
Originally $24, now $18
As Saanya Ali, former editorial project associate at Well+Good, said in 2020, “Glitter is the mood booster we all need right now.” Stila Shimmering Liquid Eyeshadows elevate any makeup look with just the right amount of shimmer. It’s not flaky or patchy like other liquid eyeshadows can be, and it’s super long-wearing, adding the perfect touch of shimmer to any look.
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