You Can Get 20% Off Celebrity-Favorite Skin Care On True Botanicals Right Now
If a skincare brand has been repeatedly praised by the likes of Olivia Wilde, Laura Dern, Zazie Beetz, and January Jones, then you ~know~ it's worth splurging on. Fortunately for you and your bank account, True Botanicals' annual Anniversary Sale is going on right now, which means you can snap up celebrity-touted serums, oils, and treatments without spending a literal fortune.
Here's how you know the luxury clean beauty brand lives up to its saintly reputation: After now-ambassador Laura Dern was introduced to it on the set of Big Little Lies, the actor reached out with what she described to Fast Company as a "love letter" to founder Hillary Peterson. Peterson, who in that same article likened most skincare products on the market to "Twinkies and Pop Tarts," launched the company with cleanliness as a top priority in 2015. Now, five years in, the brand is backed by the most epic lineup of women.
The beloved skincare collection ranges in price from $28 to $140, but you can strike a rare deal with the brand's annual four-day Anniversary Sale, running now through Sunday, June 28.
In addition to offering 20 percent off your entire order, the sitewide promotion — no exceptions — also includes free shipping and a surprise gift with purchase.
So now is your chance to try the brand's top-selling Pure Radiance Oil, a hydrating La Mer outperformer (in True Botanicals' words) that Wilde, Durn, Beetz, and Rose Byrne swear by, or the Nourishing Cleanser and blemish-combatting Nutrient Toner that Kate Mara admittedly loves. Other best-sellers include the Repair Serum, for plumping and evening out complexion, and the Antioxidant Booster, a "balancing and brightening superblend" of the same natural ingredients that help fruits and vegetables stay fresh.
True Botanicals' products are made of organic, ethically sourced, and wild-harvested ingredients like rosemary, jasmine, watermelon, rosehip, kiwi, and avocado oil. The brand works with researchers from Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, and other universities to select antioxidant- and vitamin-rich natural ingredients that address acne, hyperpigmentation, and aging.
Some highlights from the annual Anniversary Sale, ahead.
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