Our Favorite Skin and Beauty Products on Sale for Prime Day

Our Favorite Skin and Beauty Products on Sale for Prime Day

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As The Cut’s shopping writer, I obsessively test hundreds of beauty and skin products each year. Not only that, we have a team of 6 people with different skin types and sensitivities, who are also testing products. Each product goes through a rigorous process of being tried on multiple skin tones, skin types, and personalities. Below, we’ve rounded up the ones we’ve tried (and liked) that are on sale during Amazon Prime Day. But think fast, since today is the last day to shop all of these products while they’re on sale.

From brands like Laneige (its lip mask is on sale again!), Osea, Drybar, Nuface, and Cut Shop–approved favorites from our Obsessive Tester roundups, we’ve listed them below.

Skin Care
Cleansers & Moisturizers
Hair Care
➼ Beauty Tools
➼ Hair Tools
Body Products
➼ Makeup
Oral Care
Sex Toys

(And for every other deal, head on over to our list of the best Amazon Prime Day deals.)

The world loves this lip mask and we know why. Five Cut editors tried out this product and came to the conclusion that it leaves your lips so soft and is worth purchasing (especially now that’s in on sale.)

When it comes to eye creams, this is the Amazon best seller. After testing the product, which has hyaluronic acid and vitamin E, we found it was more than suitable for all skin types. In her review, shopping writer Chinea Rodriguez praised its ability to soothe chapped, irritated, and very sensitive skin.

CosRx products are often on sale during Prime Day, and honestly, lucky us. Its products are simple but effective, and this snail mucin is one of its best sellers. Former beauty director Kathleen Hou liked how this product was a good hydrating base that made her skin feel nourished, like reaching the satisfying end of a glass of water.

These resurfacing pads are an easy and powerful way to add glycolic acid to your regime and reduce the texture of your skin.

These textured pads work as a physical exfoliate to reduce the look of pores, dark spots, and uneven skin texture post-cleanser.

I use this brow serum and find that my brows have never looked fuller!

These are perfect for stubborn whiteheads that you want to pop but shouldn’t and are another favorite of our team. Just place on the pimple and wait until it turns white before taking it off.

Half skin care and half makeup, this mist is the perfect primer and setting spray, especially if you have dry skin that needs an extra boost.

Elemis’s essential-oil-infused cleansing balm works to melt makeup and excess oils off and is a favorite of YouTuber Monet McMichael.

This oil cleanser has over a thousand five-star Amazon ratings and doesn’t leave a weird film post-cleanse.

You don’t have to travel to Paris to get this French pharmacy staple.

So many people swear by Elemis’s creams. This one is moisturizing and light, and is proven to increase hydration, reduce the look of fine lines, and improve elasticity.

One of those “if you know, you know” products that is so good everyone should own it. It’s mentioned all the time on the Cut’s Why Is Your Skin So Good series and is a favorite of makeup artists, models, authors, and more. It does leave your skin extremely moisturized. However, some users are thrown off a bit by the scent.

Rachel Bashien, the Cut’s managing editor, recommends this whipped moisturizer that’s light enough for any skin type but still provides up to 48 hours of hydration.

We’ve dubbed this moisturizer “the holy grail” when it comes to eczema creams. Why? Well, it calms the most sensitive skin and significantly reduces rough patches efficiently.

Joanna Nikas, the Cut’s deputy style editor, swears by this cream. This weightless silky cream contains active ginseng saponin that helps skin look firmer and smoother. It’s perfect for those who want to target fine lines.

We had seven different editors try this product, and they all concluded it is an absolute need, especially if you purchase it while on sale.

So many people we talk to for “Why Is Your Skin So Good” boast about this red-light device and its excellent benefits, and now it’s 60 percent off.

These stainless-steel tweezers are some of the best on the market, and their being on sale is a nudge to throw away your old pair and buy a new one.

A gentle silicone brush that cleanses your skin for an at-home spa experience. This blue one is made for combination skin, but if you have normal or sensitive skin, those devices are also on sale.

If you haven’t tried dry-brushing yet, there’s still time. It stimulates the lymphatic system, exfoliates, removes toxins, and increases circulation.

Cut editors love this wax stick for creating the perfect slicked-back bun. It’s a travel essential, whether you throw it in your everyday tote or your weekender bag.

The best of the best when it comes to hair claws. The size is perfect whether you have long and thick hair or short and thin hair.

This dry shampoo from Kristin Ess is Cut Shop editor Hanna Flanagan’s favorite affordable dry shampoo on the market. “I reach for it between washes, of course, but I use it (sparingly!) on clean hair when I need some texture. The best part? The lightweight and fast-acting formula is completely translucent, so I never have to worry about white residue,” she says.

This cream makes your hair frizz-free and shiny without blow-drying. Just apply a quarter-size amount to towel-dried hair root to tip and voilà.

I’ve been using this product for as long as I can remember and know it does a great job at protecting my hair from heat when I decide to style it. Plus, it lasts a long time and leaves your hair looking so shiny.

This hair mask is a bond-building treatment that makes hair stronger and resistant to future damage. It’s especially helpful for those who color their hair or are experiencing thinning hair. It’s cheaper than K18 but does just as good of a job.

educe signs of shedding and hair thinning to support thicker, fuller-looking hair.

GHD dryers are some of the best on the market, and this one delivers professional-strength airflow and a light, ergonomic design.

This is one of our favorite flat irons because of its curved plates that allow you to create different types of styles, whether it’s smooth waves, curls, or sleek, straight hair. After testing multiple flat irons, Cut contributor Shanna Shipin says this one is worth its value and likes that it has an automatic shutoff feature, so you don’t have to worry about whether you turned it off or not. Life changing.

The Dyson is hailed as one of the best hair dryers for a reason and price is not it. It’s efficient and powerful, and everyone who has tried it on our team loves it. When reviewing it, the Cut’s contributor Shanna Shipin said, “If you are a regular salon goer, it will pay for itself after ten blowouts. With my usual dryer, it takes me 30 minutes to dry my hair from start to finish. With the Dyson, I’m done in ten — and it looks good!” We’re sold!

This hydrating body oil is silky and leaves your skin feeling smooth and healthy.

CeraVe is beloved by Cut editors like Maya Allen, our beauty director-at-large, when it comes to moisturizers. This itch-relief version is no exception. It’s even strong enough to help those who have eczema and dermatitis.

This thick shea-butter hand cream is our overall best pick for its simple yet effective formula and its richness, which is what stood out to our team when reviewing.

Cut editor Hanna Flanagan loves this foaming self-tanner. It dries quickly, isn’t streaky, and actually has a natural-looking olive undertone.

This shower oil smells like cookies, isn’t too runny, and leaves your skin so soft. It’s luxury in a bottle, and former beauty director Kathleen Hou is a longtime fan thanks to its pleasing almondy-vanilla scent and the way that this oil becomes a frothy, silky lather with water that negates the need for lotion afterward.

I mean, who doesn’t want sunscreen that looks like whipped cream?

Shopping writer Chinea Rodriguez described this sunscreen as one that absorbs quickly and easily and doesn’t feel like the typical sunscreen. Instead of feeling tacky, it’s hydrating while providing ample coverage from the sun.

Both the Cut Shop team and a number of dermatologists love La Roche Posay’s sunscreen. This bundle combines two of their bestsellers: the Anthelios Tinted Mineral Sunscreen with a travel size mini Toleriane Hydrating Gentle Cleanser.

A good dupe and one of the best eyebrow gels on the market, according to our very own shopping writer Chinea Rodriguez.

Even if these are considered drugstore brushes, many makeup artists love them, so now is your chance to get this set at a discount.

Anastasia’s brow products are top-notch, including this powder duo that allows you to create fuller-looking brows.

This primer from Tatcha starts as a solid and melts into a silky base layer that keeps makeup in place or, alone, makes your face look smoother.

A natural lip and cheek stain that uses your body’s chemistry to create a unique color that lasts all day long.

Though this product has its fair share of dupes out there, it still provides amazing laminated brows that stay all day long.

Maybe not the most posh item to buy, but scoring an excellent toothbrush for an even better price is a feeling like no other. According to reviews, this one from AquaSonic is well worth getting and will make brushing your teeth a better experience overall.

These Crest strips are often on sale during Prime Day and always worth it.

If you want a stronger whitening product, consider using Crest’s lightweight device that weakens stains.

Believe it or not, you do need a Waterpik. The dental device might seem daunting, but after a few quick tutorials, your gum health will thank you for purchasing this on sale.

Moon Beauty is the Gen-Z oral-care brand, and this teeth-whitening pen is like a Tide to Go stick for your smile. Plus, it contains essential oils and tastes like mint; I’ve been using mine religiously.

This dentist-formulated oral rinse fights off bad breath and is alcohol free.

This is the most-reviewed sex toy online, so it’s no secret that people love it (us included). With 11 different settings, this toy uses noncontact pressure-wave technology for feelings of suction that simulate the sensations you feel during oral sex. If you need more convincing, read the reviews (which are some of the most entertaining ones I’ve ever read).

Recommended to the Cut by Penda N’diaye, the host of Pro Hoe podcast, this vibrator has 12 different settings and is perfect for the multitasker. It was designed to hit both the G-spot and clitoris, after all.

Along with toys, lube is almost imperative. This silicone option from K-Y is long-lasting, silky smooth, and doesn’t cause too much of a mess.

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