It’s easy to feel overwhelmed shopping on
Amazon. Not that we don’t do it all the time (because free two-day shipping is the bomb), but you can’t help but let out a heavy groan when you realize you’re almost out of an essential — say, shampoo — and a simple Prime search pulls up 351 pages of what seems like every bottle can ever made.
Fret not, because we’re here to help. After skimming through thousands of handmade soaps and
razor-refill boxes, we compiled the best beauty deals available on Amazon right now. From on-sale Oribe to $10 off a Grade A lash-boosting serum, we’ve got every beauty essential to add to your first (or second, or third…) Prime order of March.
Scroll through all the goods ahead, and add them straight to your cart — zero filtering required.
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This lash growth serum typically retails for $65, but it has been marked down to just $55 on Amazon, if you shop right now.
Grande Cosmetics GrandeLASH-MD Lash Enhancing Serum, $55.25, available at Amazon
During March, when your heels are constantly cracked and calloused, grab this soothing peppermint
foot cream to give your feet some much-needed TLC before sandal season. Bliss Aloe Leaf & Peppermint Foot Cream, $10, available at Amazon
If an upcoming bridal shower has you showing off your knees and shoulders for the first time since last spring, an instant bronzing lotion will give you a smooth, sun-kissed glow the day of.
St. Tropez One Night Only Wash Off Face & Body Lotion, Medium/Dark, $15.01, available at Amazon
This handy chubby-stick illuminator is a quick fix for dull skin. Just roll it onto the high points of your face for an instant, dewy glow.
Laura Geller Laura Geller New York Illuminating stick, $20.8, available at Amazon
Amazon reviewers have likened this mascara formula to
Too Faced’s Better Than Sex. We highly recommend shopping it now while it’s almost $5 cheaper than usual. Laura Geller Laura Geller New York Glamlash Mascara, $19.2, available at Amazon
If you’re looking for a
blush to add a hint of warmth to your cheekbones, consider grabbing this sheer, marbled, peach compact by Laura Geller. Laura Geller Laura Geller New York Baked Blush, $16, available at Amazon
never goes on sale, which is why we were delighted to find that the brand’s authorized retailer, Amazon, has just price-chopped the fancy Signature shampoo, for a limited time. It’s just a few dollars’ difference, sure, but we’ll take it. Oribe ORIBE Signature Shampoo, $42, available at Amazon
self-tanning aficionado knows Vita Liberata makes some of the best formulas on the market. If you’re looking for the all-natural brand’s most subtle offering, grab this gradual tanning mousse, which is on sale right now. Vita Liberata Long Lasting Sunless Tanning Mousse, $39.08, available at Amazon
Any shade of this lip glaze (it comes in six, from cherry red to mauve pink) looks great on its own. If you use the built-in primer, you get a boost of richness to the color and extended wear.
Trestique Lip Glaze and Primer, $18, available at Amazon
The lip-color classic
feels like a creamy balm going on, but has the intense, long-lasting color payoff of a lipstick. Right now, you can grab most shades, like this rose pink, for just $22 each. Stila stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick, Bellissima, $22, available at Amazon
The blend of vitamin E, cottonseed oil, and cocoa butter in Mario Badescu’s night cream work together to soften any rough texture and hydrate dull skin.
Mario Badescu Mario Badescu Vitamin E Night Cream, 1 oz., $18, available at Amazon
Go ahead and slather this soothing cream all over your body: The Dead Sea mud additive heals any scaliness or cracks in the skin, leaving you well-moisturized all over.
AHAVA AHAVA Dead Sea Mineral Nourishing Body Creams, $29, available at Amazon
Amazon is an authorized retailer for all your Elizabeth Arden favorites, which means you can trust that the brand-name makeup and skin-care products — like these serum-packed ceramide capsules — are the real deal, even when they’re price-chopped.
Elizabeth Arden Elizabeth Arden Advanced Ceramide Capsules [90 ct], $90, available at Amazon
This felt-tip eyeliner adds a little oomph to your lash line, making your eyes look wider and more awake with just one swipe.
Eyeko Eyeko Black Magic Liquid Eyeliner, Carbon Black, $22, available at Amazon
If you’re in need of a new
cleansing brush, shop for a new one on sale. With Amazon Prime, it’ll be at your doorstep in two days. Foreo FOREO LUNA play plus: Portable Facial Cleansing Brush, $39, available at Amazon
Elizabeth Arden’s foaming foundation mousse, which comes in twelve shades, can be yours for less than $30.
Elizabeth Arden Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Mousse Makeup, $27, available at Amazon
Lash-boosting serums can be pricey, and we’re willing to splurge for naturally long, fluttery lashes. But now you can also reap the benefits of stronger, shinier, healthier eyelashes, in a luxe all-natural formula, for less than $40. Talika Lipocils Eyelash Treatment Supplement, $39.9, available at Amazon
For just $9, you can ward off
dryness with a handy face-mist spray. This one’s naturally rich in minerals and antioxidants, to help restore your skin’s moisture barrier every time you squeeze the nozzle. Vichy Vichy Mineralizing Thermal Water Rich in 15 Minerals, $5.5, available at Amazon
Before springtime, it can be tough to find the right
exfoliating cleanser — one that sloughs away the top layer of flakey winter skin, but is still gentle enough to use every day without destroying your face’s delicate moisture barrier. This pump-able Elemis face wash does both, leaving skin glowy, but not at all irritated. Elemis ELEMIS Dynamic Resurfacing Skin Smoothing Cleanser, $39.2, available at Amazon
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