Amazon’s Holiday Beauty Event Just Popped Off (This Is Your Cue to Go Wild)

Amazon's Holiday Beauty Event Just Popped Off (This Is Your Cue to Go Wild)

I know, I know. Just when you almost recovered from (and cozied up to) the fact that it’s almost Halloween, here we are throwing holiday shopping in your face. But when it comes to crazy-amazing deals at one of our favorite beauty retailers like Amazon, can you blame us? For the first time in history, the site is blessing us with the biggest of signs to get a jump on A) your holiday shopping list (hey, if you’re a procrastinator like us, it’s not a half-bad idea) and/or B) simply stockpiling all of your winter beauty saviors ahead of time, so your limbs and complexion don’t pay the price late on. We don’t know about you, but we’re manifesting dewy, chapped-free skin all winter long.

While Amazon’s Holiday Beauty Event is actually a month-long shindig, there are certain tiers we’re especially excited about. For instance, from October 8 to 11, you can nab up to 25% off your favorites skincare-centric brands like EltaMD, La Roche-Posay, Honest Beauty, Bioerma (and more). Click here to peruse all of the savings and steals for yourself, but if you’re curious to see what we’d shop and recommend as beauty experts, keep scrolling! 30 prime beauty deals from Amazon’s 2021 Holiday Beauty Event are just ahead.

Perricone Md Vitamin C Ester Brightening Serum 1 Ounce ($41.4)

Dull skin? Where? This vitamin C serum is the best insurance for a bright, healthy-looking complexion this fall and winter.

Strivectin Tighten & Lift Crepe Control Tightening Body Cream & Scrub for Firmer, Brighter Arms & Legs ($79)

This dynamic duo from StriVectin is such a steal if you have a thing for smooth, ultra-taut skin.

Innisfree Cherry Blossom Dewy Glow Jelly Cream Face Moisturizer ($20)

Bursting with lush ingredients like cherry blossom leaf extract, niacinamide, and betaine, this bouncy jelly face cream is glass skin in a tub.

Erno Laszlo Hydra-Therapy Memory Sleep Mask ($90)

Instead of splurging for a facial, try this hydrating overnight mask instead which will keep skin drenched with essential moisture for a full 24 hours. (It will be your #1 this winter—trust.)

L’Oreal Paris Revitalift Pure Hyaluronic Acid, Pure Caffeine Hydrating Eye Serum ($22)

This potent eye serum is spiked with hydrating hyaluronic acid and skin-tightening caffeine so no one will ever know when you log a less-than-stellar night of beauty sleep.

Amorepacific Treatment Enzyme Cleansing Foam and Oil Face Cleansers ($35)

This luxurious cleansing oil has amazing reviews, a solid five-star rating, and did we mention it’s *way* on sale?

SkinMedica TNS Essential Serum ($211)

Try to remain calm, but beauty editors and skin experts wax poetic about this splurge-worthy growth factor serum for its amazing youth-enhancing benefits. Buy it while the price is slashed and thank me later.

Sheamoisture All-Over Hydration Body Lotion for Dry Skin Raw ($12)

This intensively repairative raw shea butter is the most luxurious way to keep your limbs glistening, soft, and well-hydrated come the dry months of winter.

TonyMoly Wonder Ceramide Mocchi Toner ($15)

Toners are notorious for stripping the skin, but this one from TonyMoly actually strengthens and reinforces your skin’s delicate moisture barrier so you’ll benefit from a smoother, bouncier complexoion.

The Body Shop Drops of Youth Concentrate ($27)

This non-sticky and non-comedogenic serum targets the first signs of aging with lightning-fast reflexes.

Honest Beauty Organic Beauty Facial Oil ($18)

This ultra-clean facial oil is so highly rated (and feels so delicious on the skin) that the $18 sale price feels illegal. It rivals formulas ten times the price.

PCA Skin Face Wash – Gentle Lactic Acid Facial Cleanser ($26)

Exfoliating cleansers can be harsh and aggressive, especially if you have more sensitive skin. This one from PCA Skin is strategically balanced with pore-purifying lactic acid along with soothing hits of aloe and willow bark.

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream ($15)

There isn’t anything you can’t do with this miracle-working skin balm. It’s retained its famed cult status since its inception in 1930.

Mayan Magic Mud Powerful Deep Pore Cleansing Facial + Body Mask ($10)

Bentonite healing clay masks are probably the most universally viral beauty products on Amazon. This one is no different, and it’s the perfect antidote for an easy-peasy skin detox. Hot tip: it’s especially helpful if you veer oily or acne-prone.

La Roche-Posay Hyalu B5 Pure Hyaluronic Acid Serum ($42)

Amazon reviewers flip for this anti-aging serum from holy-grail French drugstore brand La-Roche Posay. It handily addresses fine lines, dehydration, damage, and will even help re-plump tired skin for an added fountain of youth event we can’t quit. Any questions?

Sally Hansen Moisture Rehab Treatment – Pack of 2 ($18)

What’s better than a twofer? And even more, what’s better than smooth, hydrated, shiny nails and cuticles? Use this effective repair formula consistently and you’ll never have raggedy skin around your nails again.

EltaMD UV Restore Anti Aging Face Moisturizer Broad-Spectrum SPF 40 ($26)

Oil-free, tinted, loaded with sun protection, and infused with strategic anti-aging ingredients? Yes, please. Also, act fast, because we rarely see this celeb-loved SPF brand go on sale like this.

SheaMoisture African Wild Water Mint Detox & Stimulate Hand & Body Scrub ($9)

The next time your skin is feeling a little itchy and twitchy, reach for this detoxifying scrub that will relieve congestion and irritation anywhere on your body.

StriVectin Strivectintighten & Lift Sculpting Face Cream ($57)

I’ll keep this short and sweet: A lot of tightening face creams are total gimmicks. This one from StriVectin is one of the few exceptions, and if you don’t believe me, just peep the glowing reviews.

Mamonde Lip Sleeping Mask ($13)

This lip sleeping mask allows you to walk up to a plump, chap-free pout.

Elizabeth Arden Retinol Ceramide Capsules Line Erasing Night Serum ($61)

These targeted retinol capsules are more than just a pretty accessory for your vanity. They’ll also help iron out wrinkles and uneven skin texture. Plus, the whole capsule idea ensures each single-use dose of retinol stays ultra-potent and fresh.

Bioderma Atoderm – Hand and Nail Cream ($6)

We’re entering prime hand-cream season, and this French pick is on our top shelf all fall and winter long.

Honest Beauty Extreme Length Mascara + Lash Primer ($14)

This is one of my favorite mascaras ever. On one side you have a primer, and on the other side, you have mascara. Both are nontoxic and non-irritating, and the length and lift you get are pretty unreal.

CoverGirl Simply Ageless Eye Lift Serum ($8)

This eye serum from CoverGirl tightens up the eye area, helping to nix fine lines, wrinkles, and puffiness in one fell swoop. We’ve tried formulas that are way more expensive yet a lot less effective than this drugstore gem.

Glytone Acne Clearing Toner With 2% Salicylic Acid ($19)

Salicylic acid is one of, if not the most important ingredient to incorporate into your routine if you have acne or are prone to breakouts. This top-rated toner has the perfect amount.

TonyMoly Plump-kin Retinol Eye Cream ($20)

Is there a more choice time of year to get your retinol-spike eye cream in the adorable form of a pumpkin?

Cane+ Austin Acne Retexture Pad Exfoliating Facial Treatment Wipes ($36)

Boosted with salicylic and glycolic acids, these easy-to-use-texturing pads take about three different steps of your nighttime skincare routine.

La Roche-Posay Lipikar Balm AP+ Intense Repair Body Cream ($13)

I highly recommend slathering yourself from head to te toe with this stuff this season. (Your skin won’t even know it’s winter!)

Elemis Superfood Glow Priming Moisturiser ($32)

Meet the quintessential primer-moisturizer hybrid for luminous, practically pore-free skin.

Dove Mixed Body Wash Pack ($20)

If you never feel like running out of body wash again, you’re welcome!

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