Some Of The Most Luxe Skin-Care Products Are On Sale Right Now

Getting your hands on some of the best-selling skin-care products in the game isn't always easy or cheap — especially when the decision is between splurging on groceries or a bottle of $100 serum (even if it does promise to change the texture of your skin). Luckily, now's a good time to invest all that money you've been saving.

Here's why: With Labor Day weekend right around the corner, we're anticipating plenty of online and in-store sales, with one of the biggest happening at SkinStore... right now. The only catch is that, instead offering a product-by-product discount, the online retailer has a code you can enter at checkout ("BEAUTY") that will knock 20% off your entire purchase. That means the more you stock up, the more you save.

Click ahead to check out the products you should get before Labor Day weekend.

Great for dark spots or an overall lackluster complexion, this serum fades discoloration and feels as milky and refreshing on the skin as it looks — plus, it absorbs in seconds.

Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum, $63.20 (reg. $79), available at SkinStore.
This constantly-sold-out elixir is harder to get your hands on than gold (and its price tag is right up there, too). Now, you can get the argan, marula, and carrot seed-spiked oil for a fraction of the regular cost.

Sunday Riley Juno Hydroactive Cellular Face Oil, $72 (reg.$90), available at SkinStore.
Erno Laszlo is about as fancy as it gets — even Marilyn Monroe was said to have used the stuff. And while we adore its creams and cleansing oils, it's the black bar soaps we always bring with us on vacation.

Erno Laszlo Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar, $30.40 (reg. $38), available at SkinStore.
As one of the few beauty products out there aimed to clear up keratosis pilaris (a.k.a. those raised bumps on the back of your arms), this body scrub uses a mix of chemical and physical exfoliants that leave your skin texture softer than ever.

DermaDoctor KP Duty Body Scrub, $36.80 (reg. $42), available at SkinStore.
Deal with fine lines and dark circles around the eye area? This serum is loaded with collagen-boosting retinol and brightening ferulic acid. But if you struggle with dry skin, we suggest skipping this one, or swap it out every other night.

Dr. Dennis Gross Ferulic Acid and Retinol Triple Correction Eye Serum, $56 (reg. $70), available at SkinStore.
Face massaging devices are the definition of self-indulgence. This one makes you feel bougie as hell, but also offers up real results — like more defined cheekbones and a back-from-vacation glow. Bonus: It's also big enough to use on your arms, legs, and stomach.

ReFa Carat, $232 (reg. $290), available at SkinStore.
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