Even though I’m the biggest beauty lover I know, I still wince at the thought of paying full price for some of my favorite products. There’s just something about throwing your money at something that will eventually run out (and that you’ll have to pay for again) that makes me cringe. As much as I love my favorite products and trying new ones, I’m all about finding a discount whenever I can. Whether you’re stocking up on old favorites or trying something new with a higher price tag, Dermstore’s Refresh Sale is everything your skin, hair, and beauty routine asked for.
Our favorite skincare, makeup, and hair care brands are up to 20 percent off right now until March 10—just use the code “REFRESH” at checkout! Or, if you’re part of Dermstore’s rewards program, you can earn 2X the points on select items instead.
What We’re Buying From Dermstore’s Refresh Sale
NuFACE is one of the best beauty gadgets I've ever tried because it actually works. It uses microcurrents to target the muscles in the face to keep working and produce more collagen, and it also tightens and sculpts the face. Whether you're worried about fine lines and wrinkles or just want to tighten up your face a bit, this product works both immediately and over time, meaning you'll notice a difference right away and bigger changes over time. I'm really self-conscious about the contours of my face, and using this once a day really helped boost my confidence. Jump on this deal ASAP because it will sell out.
A reader and editor favorite exfoliator for banishing blackheads that's a jumbo size and on sale? Say no more. This salicylic acid exfoliating toner is gentle yet effective, leaving your skin feeling softer, clearer, and brighter after only a few uses.
From the brand that made micellar water a must-have in any routine comes this foaming gel. It is designed to help you easily remove excess oil and restore radiance to your skin. It is suitable for all skin types but is especially nourishing for those who have rosacea and hypersensitivity.
Similar to our favorite shower oil from Bioderma is this ultra-nourishing cleansing oil. We have no idea how this cleansing oil cleanses, restores, and hydrates the skin if it's soap-free, but honestly, it's so good that we're not going to ask questions and you shouldn't either.
After I tried this cleansing balm, I refused to try pretty much anything else because I knew nothing would hold a candle to the perfection that is the Elemis Pro-Collagen Balm. It removes every trace of makeup without leaving an oily residue on my skin but still keeps me feeling so soft. I even use this in the mornings as my cleanser on days I want to look my absolute best.
If you aren't familiar with these yet, where have you been? They have a cult-following for being the most pampering eye patches on the market. Infused with hyaluronic acid and caffeine, they minimize fine lines, dark circles, and crow's feet, revealing a visibly refreshed appearance.
Pop the exfoliation booties on your feet for two hours, then wash whatever remaining product is on your feet with soap and warm water. A few days later, treat yourself to a 10-15 minute foot soak. Your feet will feel smooth at first, but the magic really happens in about a week. Your feet will begin to peel like your back did before you discovered sunscreen on that family vacation in Florida when you were 11.
Whenever I tell someone about a dry shampoo, I compare it to this because this is the gold standard. It removes the grease, adds volume, and has a subtle scent that makes me feel like I actually washed my hair. I used to barely be able to go a day without washing my hair before I tried this, and now I can last nearly a week.
I'm new to R+Co products, but this has made me a complete believer. Made in collaboration with celebrity hairstylist Jenny Cho, this balm is used on damp or dry hair to add volume and a matte texture without making it feel crunchy or reducing its softness. Cho said she uses this on Kristen Bell to create soft, beachy waves, so obviously, that's how I've been using it too.
I've had this in my collection for a few years now, and I still see the hype. This is the only eye cream/gel/product that has actually made a difference in my hereditary eye bags. Are they gone? No, but they're so much less puffy and red when I use this in the mornings. Every other product just moisturizes under the eyes, but this has active ingredients (including peptides) that reduce under-eye circles and puffiness over time.
This is a splurge, but that's what these sales are for, right? SkinMedica is known for serums, because they are basically considered Botox in a bottle. This one contains growth factors that improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, even skin tone, and reduce texture. It's endorsed by estheticians, dermatologists, celebrities, and others and is for anyone looking to really improve their skin at home without in-office treatments.
Finding a good vitamin C is a challenge I accepted this year. I wanted a formula that would stay stabilized for a while as I used it up, and since liquid vitamin C formulas have a tendency to go bad if they're exposed to too much oxygen, I've been on the hunt for something cream-based. After listening to the founder of BeautyStat, I'm desperate to get my hands on this. Containing 20 percent l-ascorbic acid, green tea, and squalane in a stabilized, gel-cream formula, this has major claims to brighten skin tone, reduce texture, improve fine lines and wrinkles, and finally get rid of dark spots for good.
This is a real-life "pretty" filter, which is all I need to hear to buy something. This Tula primer/moisturizer hybrid gives your skin a natural, lit-from-within glow without the use of glitter—it's just a gorgeous sheen that makes you look healthy and alive, whether or not you're wearing makeup.
I'll be the first to admit that for someone who spends her whole life thinking about skincare, makeup, and hair, I'm missing the one integral part of making all of that actually work: good sleep habits. I'm an early riser who can never seem to get to bed on time, resulting in under-eye bags, grogginess, and a midday crash only a Red Bull could fix (@ our wellness editor, you didn't read that). But I'm doing everything I can to get it under control, and this is about to be my secret weapon. Melatonin has never really worked for me, but after listening to a podcast about how CoQ10, valerian root, and hops can improve your sleep, I'm highly intrigued.
In our Assistant Editor's opinion, this is the best bareMinerals product to ever exist—even though it's a close tie with their blushes. It provides lightweight medium coverage without settling into fine lines or pores, lasts all day, and the best part: it washes off like a dream. No skin tugging happening here.
This is, without a doubt, one of the best conditioning masks on the market. And no, I'm not willing to argue about it. For someone who heat styles like, all the time, this mask brings the moisture I need back in my hair in no time with the help of rosehip oil, B-vitamins, and algae extract.
Esthetician Ashley Powers recommends this hydrating mask for anyone whose skin gets dry AF (raises hand). If you struggle too, pick up this hydrating mask, which contains oat milk extract, glycerin, and honey, three powerhouse ingredients for alleviating dry skin.