Spruce Yourself Up on the Cheap with Amazon’s Beauty Sale

Spruce Yourself Up on the Cheap with Amazon’s Beauty Sale
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If you’re frequently restocking your skincare and beauty cupboard but could always do with more, this Amazon beauty sale is where it’s at. From skincare basics like micellar water and moisturisers to cult makeup products – you’ve come to the right place to nab them all on the cheap.

Big brands like L’OrealGarnier, NYX and Maybelline products are all on sale with huge discounts  reaching up to 55% off. That means you can score huge savings on cult-products like the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Filler 1.5% HA Serum, Garnier’s SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water, NIVEA Original Care Lip Balm and Natio Gentle Facial Scrub. 

My shopping cart’s full just thinking about it.

Here’s a running list of highlights from the Amazon beauty sale: 

Scroll to shop our picks.

Clarins Joli Rouge Long Wearing Moisturising Lipstick in #715 Candy Rose, $30.78, usually $39

Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara, $11.48, usually $22.95 

Maybelline SuperStay Foundation, $13.48, usually $26.95

Essie Nail Polish in Bubbles Only$11.87, usually $16.95

La Roche Posay Anthelios Invisible Fluid SPF 50+, $22.46, usually $29.95 

Natio Contour Palette$16.46, usually $21.95 

Nioxin 3D Styling Thermactive Protector, $21.45, usually $38 

Maybelline Full n’ Soft Mascara Waterproof, $8.97, usually $14.95 


1000 HOUR Eyelash & Brow Dye Kit, Brown/Black, $15.99, usually $19.95


L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Filler 1.5% HA Serum $22.48, usually $44.95

Garnier’s SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water $3.48, usually $6.95

NIVEA Original Care Lip Balm $1.79, usually $3.98

Natio Gentle Facial Scrub $13.46, usually $17.95

We’ll keep you updated if anymore good beauty buys go on sale, so keep checking back in.

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