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I know I've said before that I don't consider 20% off to be a very exciting discount, but since they also have sales on a bunch of brands, the combination of 10-15% off + 20% off makes for some good deals. You have to click through the link to apply the 20% off to your account (either the one they send you in your email or my link there). Then you can add things to your cart from the skincare section of the site and they will automatically be discounted another 20%. Shipping is free over $35.
Here's the full list of current skincare sales.
Here are some of the highlights (for me at least):
Simple is 10% off. I like their regular cleansing cloths. I don't use them often, but sometimes I am too exhausted to properly wash my face, and these are the best alternative. They are soft, unscented, and they remove makeup well without drying out my skin. This sale brings them down to $4 a pack. I also like the Protecting Light Moisturizer SPF 15. Sure, it's better to use SPF 30+, but this is a nice, basic moisturizer that also has some sunscreen, so I like to use it on days when I am feeling too lazy for two steps (moisturizer + sunscreen) and I'm staying in - i.e. most days lately, since I work from home. $8 is a good price for that too.
There are lots of decent rosehip oils out there, but also lots of duds. Aura Cacia's rosehip oil is one I've used before and liked. And this may seem like a weird suggestion, but if you like facial mists but don't like the spray nozzles on the ones you have (or want to make your own mist), the Aura Cacia mist bottles are awesome for creating a really nice, fine spray. I have three of them already, and they are only $2.54 each right now.
Freeman is 15% off. I love-love-love the Avocado & Oatmeal Clay Mask (reviewed here) and the Black Sugar & Charcoal Mask/Scrub (reviewed here) is also great. They're only $2.71 each here.
They also have Glysomed hand cream, which I used religiously when I was working in a bagel store during university. I had to wash my hands and/or use hand sanitizer every 5 minutes, so they would be really fucking red and chapped by the end of the day. However, if I coated them in Glysomed in the morning before work, they were totally protected all day, despite washing, and I had no problems. It's really good stuff. Highly recommended! On sale for $2.39-3.19 a tube here.
Anyway, those are my suggestions, and now my cart is full and I have to figure out what I really need. Definitely some Simple cloths and Glysomed (which I was just talking about yesterday to my boyfriend who complains about his dry hands all the time).