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What We're Eyeing During Dermstore's Beauty Refresh 20% Off Sale

This only happens so often...

Peter Thomas Roth Water Drench Hyaluronic Cloud Hydra-Gel Eye Patches (was $55, now $44): I've been so loyal to these eye masks that whenever they go on sale, I scoop up several jars. They de-puff even after the longest night, offer serious hydration (and subsequently minimize the appearance of fine lines), and don't budge. I'll put them on before taking Sloan to school and that by the time I'm back home I look ever so slightly refreshed.

RevitaLash RevitaBrow Advanced Eyebrow Conditioner (was $110, now $88): If you look back at pictures of me from 2019/2020 you'll notice a serious difference in my eyebrows. It was around the time when I was using RevitaLash's eyebrow conditioner and let me tell you - the stuff is magic. It filled in all of the sparse areas and my eyebrows looked full and much closer to how they did before I'd over-tweezed them in the '90s. The one issue was that once I ran out of my third tube, I didn't replace it soon enough, forgot to get around to it (#2020) and when you don't apply it regularly, your brows return to their "before" state. I'm officially ready to get back on board.

R+Co SUN CATCHER Power C Boosting Leave-In Conditioner (was $32, now $25.60): My friend, Ashley Streicher, is the genius behind this leave-in conditioner-meets-texturizing-cream that lives up to all the hype. It makes your hair look like its coolest version and the smoky scent is wildly intoxicating. 

beautyblender beautyblender original (was $20, now $16): I'm not even aware of all the hygiene risks one takes when using a beauty blender that's years old, but I'm ready to get past that and just order a few new ones so I can swap them out in a much more timely manner. I've tried other sponges, but there's a reason this was the first on the market and is still the best.

Herbivore Botanicals Coconut Milk Bath Soak (was $20, now $16): I discovered this coconut milk bath soak years ago in a boutique in San Francisco and couldn't believe how luxe it smelled for the price. It's like you're on a tropical vacation and leaves your skin feeling moisturized with the faintest aroma of coconut. 

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bareMinerals ORIGINAL Loose Mineral Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 15 (was $32, now $25.60): bareMinerals was the first (and is still the only!) foundation in my beauty rotation. I've been using this powder since I was in high school, and as someone whose skin can turn quite shiny the moment I begin to sweat, I prefer the matte finish and the added bit of SPF to layer over my sunscreen. Going to stock up while it's on sale!

R+Co DEATH VALLEY Travel Dry Shampoo (was $18, now $14.40): I'm keeping everything crossed that more travel will be in my future, and I recently ran out of my small can of Living Proof dry shampoo on my trip to NYC. I'm intrigued by this R+Co product's glowing reviews (which note that there's no white cast), and the scent notes of bergamot, fig, and cedarwood sound more like a perfume than dry shampoo.

LashFood PhytoMedic Eyelash Enhancer (was $78, now $62.40): I purchased this a few months ago and have been using it during my evening skincare routine (you just swipe it on like a liquid eyeliner!). Last year, I noticed wearing mascara more frequently was tough on my eyelashes, so I poked around for a conditioner that skewed more natural. While I wouldn't say it's helped with growth, it's definitely strengthened and nourished my lashes and I'll continue using it for the foreseeable future.


Paula's Choice SKIN PERFECTING 8 AHA Gel Exfoliant (was $32, now $27.20): I've been on a major Paula's Choice kick lately, and this exfoliant is one item I would make room for in my already jam-packed skincare routine. I have very sensitive skin, but I've never had a bad outcome from a Paula's Choice product. As we enter spring, I'm looking for a little glow that I think this product will provide!

Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal Coconut Oil Micro-Exfoliating Shampoo (was $42, now $33.60): Let's just say that I need this shampoo badly (especially in the winter) and the 4.6/5 rating is promising.

Perricone MD No Makeup Lipstick (was $30, now $24): Is "no makeup lipstick" the new term for "tinted lip balm"? This is on the pricier side for me in this category, but with the addition of hyaluronic acid to add even more moisture, I would give this a try in any of the colors offered.


Revitalash Cosmetics Hi-Def Brow Gel (was $32, now $25.60): I’ve used a couple Revitalish Costmetics mascaras and they have yet to disappoint, and as someone who doesn’t have a go-to brow product yet, this one has been on my radar for quite some time now. After hearing many positive reviews on it, I’m ready to work this one into my makeup routine. 

Tula Skincare Rose Glow Get It Cooling Brightening Eye Balm (was $30, now $24): Yep, I swear by this product. I try to use it every morning and truly do see a difference in the brightness of my under eyes. If you naturally have dark circles under your eyes like me, this is one you’ll have to try out. 

ELEMIS Superfood Facial Wash (was $30, now $24): I first tried this face wash last year when Emily gave some makeup and skincare products to the team, and it was an immediate skin game changer. I’m not even joking…after about a week of using this as my morning and evening facial cleanser, I noticed a clear change in the texture and tone of my skin. It looked and felt so much healthier even after a couple first uses. I used it up until the very last drop, so it’s about time I stock back up. My skin will thank me! 

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