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Priceline 40% off skincare, suncare and tanning sale recommendations

Hellllooooo internet world.

Long time no blog. Very long time. Apologies. Life got in the way and didn’t have time to blog.

Well, never fear. I am back! And for my first post back, I thought I’d write about something easy. Priceline currently has their infamous 40% off sale. The sale applies to all skincare, suncare and tanning products until Friday.

Not like you all need help when it comes to sales but these are my picks – especially if you have dehydrated combination skin like me!

Priceline 40% off skincare, suncare and tanning sale recommendations

Priceline 40% off skincare, suncare and tanning sale recommendations

Antipodes Hosanna H2O Intensive Skin-Plumping Serum $29.39

This is a water-based serum so it’s absorbed instantly into your skin without leaving it feeling tacky. I like using this under my moisturiser to give it an extra moisturising boost. This is my third bottle and has become one of my holy grails.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel $14.99

I grabbed this during the last skincare sale because dehydrated skin = oily skin as the skin is trying to compensate and I needed a moisturiser that was light and non-greasy. This contains hyaluronic acid which, from my very basic understanding, holds a lot of moisture. This has a nice aquatic scent and again, is very light and absorbed quickly into my skin. I can definitely tell a difference when I apply this moisturiser. Throughout the day, my skin looks hydrated and fresh.

La Roche Posay Thermal Water $14.99

With dehydrated skin comes flaky skin. This spray helps to prep my skin for makeup and finishes it off nicely to ensure my skin isn’t flaking and no cakey makeup here.

Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Jelly $23.99

Another one containing hyaluronic acid. This is used when I want to take a break from the Antipodes Hosanna serum. One pump of this is enough for my whole face and neck. I let it sit for a minute or two then apply the Neutrogena moisturiser. Again, it is very lightweight and you can’t feel it on your skin.

La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo Plus $17.99

Even though this is recommended for acne-prone skin, I use this sparingly as I have really congested pores. It’s a thin consistency and a little goes a long way.

Antipodes Divine Face Oil Organic Avocado Oil and Rosehip $17.39

This is my favourite night time oil. It’s not too greasy (no marks on the pillow!), and keeps my skin hydrated throughout the night. It has a non-offensive scent and brightens up the complexion immensely.

Biore Deep Cleansing Charcoal Pore Strips $4.37

Cos pore strips. Nuff said. These are the charcoal ones so you can see the results even better!

Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution $19.19

I remember hearing about this holy grail from Rae Morris at a blog even back in 2011. Six years later and I am still using it. It is seriously one of the best products ever. One of my desert island products. Whenever I am feeling lazy, I use this to remove my makeup and it works a treat. It’s like using water! So good for sensitive skin and doesn’t dry out my skin any further.

L’Oreal Pure Clay Mask: Detoxifying and Brightening Clay Mask $11.99

I’m sure you have seen these all over the internet and the hype is well deserved. It leaves your skin feeling smooth and pores don’t appear as obvious.

Biore Self Heating One Minute Mask with Natural Charcoal $4.79

I purchased this based off a recommendation from a friend. Most face masks you’re supposed to leave on for about 10-15 minutes. If you’re short on time but need so quick deep cleaning, use this! After a minute, it starts to warm up on your face and when you wash it off, you get smooth clean skin.

So those are my tried and trusted products from Priceline. I went ahead and purchased some newbies today and will update at the next Priceline skincare sale :)

Happy shopping! X