Neutrogena’s Light Therapy Acne Face Mask is less than $30 at Amazon right now

Neutrogena’s Light Therapy Acne Face Mask is less than $30 at Amazon right now

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Clear skin doesn’t have to involve a trip to the spa. Treatments like light therapy are readily available from brands you see in drugstores. They’re bringing the spa to you.

Treat your skin with the Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Face Mask, now 26% off at Amazon.

This mask uses light therapy technology and harnesses blue light to target acne-causing bacteria and red light to reduce inflammation. No need to worry about irritating your skin; the mask is clinically proven to be gentle enough for sensitive skin. It’s a UV-free mask, which makes it safe for skin and eyes.

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The best UK deals for Friday: LEGO sets, Sony cameras, Olay skincare, and more

The best UK deals for Friday: LEGO sets, Sony cameras, Olay skincare, and more

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When we hear about a great deal it can be difficult to not immediately think that the brand in question must be fighting for the spotlight in a crowded market. Sometimes this is true, but not always.

Sometimes the deals come from the big boys. Sometimes the deals come from the likes of Sony, Olay, Optimum Nutrition, and the biggest of all the big boys — LEGO.

We have tracked down the best deals on construction sets, cameras, protein powders, and skincare products from all the leading names. Alongside LEGO sets, you can save on BULK POWDERS supplements, Maximuscle protein powders, L’Oréal face masks, and more. Read more…

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Why micellar water became the internet’s holy grail of lazy skincare

Why micellar water became the internet’s holy grail of lazy skincare

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Essentials Week spotlights unexpected items that make our daily lives just a little bit better.


Micellar water should be your new best friend. 

Skincare is kind of a cult: You stumble across one subreddit and suddenly you’re stocking up on sheet masks, researching acids, and agonizing over each pore. 

Layering serums and testing AHAs/BHAs can be wildly overwhelming, especially if you’re just getting into skincare or a functional member of society who doesn’t have the time for a full Korean 10-step routine. That’s where micellar comes in — the cleanser is like a shortcut for skincare. It’ll take the gunk off your face, and you don’t have to wash it off after.  Read more…

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Heyday raises $3M for personalized skincare and facials

Heyday raises $3M for personalized skincare and facials

Heyday Tribeca Heyday has raised $3 million in seed funding led by New York’s Lerer Hippeau Ventures. The company’s stated goal is to take facials “out of the spa” and make them more accessible to a wider range of customers. Founder and CEO Adam Ross’ background in finance might not make him the most obvious candidate to lead a skincare startup, but he said he first got to… Read More