Stock Up On Beauty And Wellness Staples With Up To 50% Off At The CVS Epic Beauty Event
The only thing better than a good drugstore beauty find is when it’s *also* on sale.
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Listen up all my beauty queens and kings! The CVS Epic Beauty Event is here, and the savings are – you guessed it – absolutely EPIC! They’re offering up to 50% off makeup, skincare, and other beauty products, as well as special *hot deals* each week including buy one, get one promos and more!
You’ll want to snatch up these epic deals while you can! The sale is happening now through 4/9, but the deals will likely switch up a bit each week. So act fast, and check back often!
Don’t know where to start? Here are some exciting finds on sale now:
1. A bottle of Mane ‘n Tail conditioner that will leave your hair soft, shiny, and full of all its texture — whether you use it as a rinse-out or leave-in.
Promising review: “Works well as a leave-in texturizer and treatment. Giant bottle can be used for bicep curls haha.” —Rachel
Price: $6.01 (originally $8.59)
2. A Cetaphil oil-removing foam wash to gently wash away all that pore-clogging gunk (including 99% of excess oil) and thus prevent breakouts for all you oily skin-type folks.
Promising review: “I bought the new Cetaphil foam wash and the SPF 30 oil-control face lotion and they are wonderful for my combo skin. I often have breakouts on my chin but I haven’t had any since using these products over a month ago, which is surprising in the current hot/humid June weather. I will definitely be repurchasing this face wash.” —ScubaDiva39
Price: $11.19 (originally $15.99)
3. A set of double-layer false eyelashes so you can have
the fun as you flirtatiously bat those stunning eyes. Just apply a small line of adhesive glue, press and hold for 30 seconds, and voilà! Beautiful, glamorous lashes.
Promising review: “I love the double layer and how dainty they look. Great buy.” —ShanMonroe
Price: $4.61 (originally $6.59)
4. A Maybelline under-eye concealer because just a few dabs of this goji berry-infused cover-up will help make those dark circles, fine lines, and puffy eyes disappear – and right now, it’s buy two, get one free, which means you’ll be
for a really long time.
Get one for free when you buy two!
Price: $10.19 for two (available in 18 shades)
5. Or, a repairing eye cream said to gradually help reduce those under-eye bags and fine lines over time.
Promising review: “I’ve been using this twice a day every day for a few weeks now. During the whole time I hadn’t seen any noticeable improvement. That is until I saw a side-by-side picture of me from a month ago and one taken yesterday. There is an incredible difference. My under-eye is not nearly as dark or puffy. It’s even smoother looking. Not sure if it’s just the angle or lighting of the picture, but less fine lines too. I guess seeing it everyday you don’t see the changes until you look back. It also takes a small amount. Like a really small amount so just one tube will last a long time.” —Ruvie
Price: $10.14 (originally $14.49)
6. A vegan hydrating lip butter that blends together nourishing almond and coconut oils with plumping peppermint oil to leave your lips soft and full. The rainbow colors and delicious scent are an added bonus!
Promising review: “This brand is made and manufactured by Truly Beauty. Not a rip off 🙂 Love this item! Cutest packaging — love the colorful whipped product! Also makes my lips so soft and hydrated — smells great too and has great ingredients! Very happy I found this product — will rebuy again!” —Jess J
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