Best Amazon beauty deals shoppers are purchasing ASAP today – New York Post

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If you have a skincare routine you stick to like glue — or, let that lip gloss shopping spree get the best of you — we have good news.
Amazon’s beauty deals are not only accessible to shop from on the go (WFH desks, we love you) but are plentiful right now. From sales on Oral-B and Neutrogena to electric shavers and trendy aromatherapy shower steamers, today’s batch is looking as lovely as ever.
Though Amazon posts deals daily, we comprised a list of the best in beauty to have you feeling your best, pampering yourself to the max and trying that TikTok-found item you’ve been itching to try.
Ahead, find the 12 best Amazon beauty deals today that have our carts locked and loaded. And remember, continue to checkout quickly; these steal-worthy sales won’t be available for long.
Who doesn’t want pearly whites? With Oral-B’s Genius Electric Toothbrush (that comes with a replacement brush head and a travel case, too), you’ll be amazed upon discovering its built-in artificial intelligence technology memorizes your brushing style.
Plus, its Bluetooth technology instantly connects to your smartphone. So yes, it’s the on-sale, smart beauty product to snag right now.
As one of the dermatologist-recommended retinol creams we rounded up, Neutrogena’s formula is well-priced at less than $20 right now.
“This is a good option for dry skin and people who haven’t used retinol before,” Bruce Katz, MD, a board-certified dermatologist with more than 30 years of experience, told The Post. “It has a lower retinol concentration to reduce signs of aging and is paired with hyaluronic acid and glycerin for moisture.”
We’ve been seeing these aromatherapy shower steamers everywhere, and for a good reason — they singlehandedly create that at-home spa experience by using natural essential oils.
Containing lavender, eucalyptus and vanilla scents (among others), they make a good Valentine’s Day gift for anyone on your list, including yourself!
Going away? Well, with BagSmart’s versatile tote, it hasn’t been easier to stash your cotton rounds and favorite beauty products. It’s a toiletry bag that doubles as a hanging makeup organizer for simple storage in cramped hotel closets. What’s not to love?
Treat yourself to a quality hair dryer with Shrate’s ionic model. With strong airflow, low noise and three types of volume nozzles, you’ll be happy to style your hair after showering with the one of the 30 best shampoos we tested this year.
Let’s be real — long locks that resemble Victoria’s Secrets models sometimes aren’t feasible. With the help of clip-in hair extensions, you can steal the look for more body and bounce.
With seven clips, they’re super simple to take care of, too. Simply wash them every so often and flat iron and curl away. Not to mention, they’re great for weddings and special occasions.
With longer-looking hair comes longer and fuller-looking lashes. With the help of VieBeauti’s Premium Eyelash Growth Serum and Eyebrow Enhancer, its formula is catered to a two-in-one job that, over time, will promote healthful-looking lashes and brows.
We already want to add this product to our shopping carts. There’s no better Valentine’s Day gift (or spur-of-the-moment purchase, in general) than this comforting bath pillow. For use after a long day or a self-declared R&R day, it’s just shy of $25 — though you can’t put a price on comfort.
For blond hair, purple shampoo is the way to go to help remove brassy and yellow tones. Luckily, Natural Riches’ Sulfate-Free Shampoo and Conditioner is just over $20 and comes in two huge bottles to last you for months of hair-washing.
Now that spring is nearly in full bloom, we are all about the colors and pretty pastels. For just $20, this 15-piece polish set has an array of shades that’ll add a touch of beauty to your nails.
As one of our favorite vitamin C serums we tested this year (and from one of our favorite brands, especially for body lotions), CeraVe’s formula is enriched with hyaluronic acid to help brighten and hydrate the skin.
Plus, it’s one of the more affordable ones on the market, even without Amazon’s discount.
Ah, we love a good makeup mirror. This less-than-$20 model is a personal favorite that’s compact if you want to store acrylic containers of makeup on your dresser. Plus, its around-the-perimeter lighting comes in handy for applying eyeliner.
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