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In case you missed the memo, Cyber Monday is here early! We're delighted to see this year's bounty of price drops, especially in the anti-aging-beauty department. There are tons of products out there that reduce fine lines, minimize the appearance of wrinkles and work to enhance that overall youthful glow. The downside is that these products typically pair effective active ingredients with high price tags. So, that makes this the absolute best time to stock up on all of your favorite anti-aging night creams and wrinkle-reducing serums to keep your skin hydrated through the brrr months ahead.
So, at the risk of stating the obvious, Cyber Monday is the perfect time to stock up on essentials for yourself and gifts for loved ones. Read on to discover our expertly curated picks for the best anti-aging Cyber Monday beauty deals to shop at Amazon,Sephora,Ulta, and more.
Save 30% on everything in supermodel Cindy Crawford's anti-aging line on Amazon. One of our favorites in her Meaningful Beauty collection is the Meaningful Beauty Anti-Aging Daily Skincare System. This five-piece starter kit provides everything you need to harness a radiant, younger-looking complexion.
If you’re looking to score the biggest discounts on beauty gifts or to try new products and new brands for yourself this Cyber Monday, gift sets will be your ace in the hole, says beauty expert Elizabeth Corrigan, founder of The Complete Package and Prestige Testing. “Value sets are the way to go for a consumer as brands are typically building in at least a 30% value,” she botes. “Where you will see the biggest deals and best product assortments are within brands who are looking for the ‘new customer,’ and will be aggressive in their pricing models.”
Unlike many of the celeb skin-care brands popping up recently, this one was founded by Crawford (in partnership with anti-aging skincare expert Dr. Jean-Louis Sebagh) over 18 years ago. The products are formulated with rare melons from the south of France as the key ingredient. So chic. And effective, too.
It's clear that the kit is a winner in the battle against wrinkles, with nearly 2,000 emphatic five-star reviewers singing its praises. "I will never buy another product besides this again!! Literally, my deep forehead line was almost non-existent after first use!!!!" one shared. "With these results at this price, I'll use it the rest of my life!!"
A common theme among reviews is that Meaningful Beauty delivers these results fast, too. "I absolutely love these products!! Even though I've only had it a few days, my skin feels like velvet!!" another five-star shopper said. "And no crow's feet, my angry wrinkle is softer and less noticeable, but more important for me, my laugh lines look so much better, not as deep!"
Cyber Monday is the perfect time to get typically pricey beauty tools at a fraction of the cost. The NuDerma Professional Skin Therapy Wand harnesses the healing power of high-frequency technology to improve the appearance of fine lines, spot-treat acne and even diminish hair loss and dandruff. While we think this kind of tool is worth splurging on, it’s now on sale for just $85 (down from $130).
A trusted resource in any aesthetician’s beauty arsenal, a high-frequency treatment is typically offered as part of a luxurious spa facial. The NuDerma kit brings similar benefits to your home, but for a lot less money. This allows you to cut down on trips to the spa (and even the derm, according to some five-star reviewers.) “I never thought I could have results like this without paying a lot for a dermatologist,” one stunned reviewer said. “It also helped with my jowl line and weird wrinkles from an old scar. Worth EVERY penny.”
This eye gel blends vitamin E and Matrixyl 3000 to help reduce the appearance of puffiness, dark circles, and wrinkles. Over 4,000 Amazon shoppers gave it a five-star review with one saying they saw results after a week.
A top-seller for 70 years, the cult-classic balm calms and hydrates the skin for up to eight hours. Makeup artists use it as everything from a primer to an eyebrow tamer. Amazon shoppers love it too — over 6,400 of them.
Drew Barrymore's favorite vitamin E oil is infused with jojoba and avocado oil to nourish and hydrate the skin and hair. "I just want to be soaking in this stuff," she said. More than 7,500 five-star reviewers love it, too.
This cult-classic was designed to minimize the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots. The formula contains vitamin C, hyaluronic acid and vitamin E. It's received a whopping 73,600 five-star ratings and people swear by it.
This cult-classic from Clinique is a dermatologist-developed face moisturizer that balances and refreshes the skin. It's formulated with hyaluronic acid to add a serious dose of hydration to aging skin.
Don't want to wait to turn back the clock? Instant Age Rewind is the #1 bestseller in concealers. It helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and dark circles in a snap. Over 114,000 five-star reviewers can't get enough.
Fight wrinkles around the clock with this set of complementary anti-aging products from CeraVe. The Vitamin C serum brightens skin by day and the night cream uses niacinamide and hyaluronic acid to refresh skin overnight.
This top-rated exfoliant contains beta hydroxy acid (BHA), which helps slough off dead skin cells and build-up that can clog pores. The result? A brighter complexion and minimized fine lines and wrinkles. 54,000 fans love it.
This anti-aging eye cream deeply hydrates and moisturizes to reduce the appearance of puffiness and dark circles. The bestseller has garnered nearly 19,000 reviews and many reviewers say it lives up to the product claims. Click the on-page coupon for the full discount.
Kleem Organics under eye cream uses dermatologist-loved ingredients like caffeine, matrixyl 3000, plant stem cells and collagen to bring hydration, smoothness, brightness and tightness to the delicate skin around your eye area.
This wonder oil is loved by celebs like Kim and Khloe Kardashian (and nearly 70,000 shoppers). Used to diminish wrinkles, scars and stretch marks, it's packed with vitamins A and E, chamomile, sunflower and lavender oils.
A serum that's so beloved by over 23,000 five-star fanatics on Amazon that it's been called "heaven sent," "miracle in a bottle," and "liquid gold." Good for all skin types it brightens and helps to minimize pores and scars.
This lightweight retinol cream helps improve the appearance of wrinkles, discoloration, and hyperpigmentation. Over 8,000 shoppers gave it a perfect five-star rating on Amazon, with one calling it "the stuff of miracles."
This powerful anti-aging serum is specially formulated with 14% glycolic alpha hydroxy acid. It's a powerful exfoliant that will slough off dead skin to reveal a soft and bright complexion. Don't forget the use the on-page coupon!
If you’re mourning the loss of elasticity in your skin, this collagen cream could be your new jar of youth. It boosts hydration to help restore its bounce. With nearly 35,000 five-star ratings, reviewers back up that claim.
This foundation includes built-in skincare benefits, instantly delivering a youthful glow while working to diminish signs of aging over time. It's garnered nearly 27,000 five-star ratings on Amazon, too.
The Home Secretary has been sent an advent calendar featuring the hopes and dreams of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK after she professed it her “dream” to see them deported to Rwanda.The calendar, delivered to Suella Braverman from a network of activists, counts down to Christmas with a “dream” each day of December from a person who has suffered under the UK’s immigration and asylum system.Lydia, whose dream is shared behind door number 1, said: “My dream is for all refugee children fleeing persecution and danger to find comfort and warmth when they arrive.”
Tyson Fury laid down the challenge to Oleksandr Usyk as the two heavyweight champions went head-to-head in an intense face-off. Unified WBA ‘Super’, IBF, WBO and IBO title-holder Usyk was at ringside at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday night to watch Fury retain his WBC belt in emphatic fashion in front of 60,000 fans with an utterly dominant 10th-round stoppage of Derek Chisora, also supporting fellow Ukrainian Denys Berinchyk, who won the European lightweight gold after beating Yvan Mendy. Fury called out Usyk after his fourth successive stoppage win and rained down the expletive-ridden insults, provoking his rival to jump up onto the ring apron for a fierce staredown.
SHAME on you, television, for that whole Matt Hancock, I’m a Celebrity carry-on. You let us down, you let yourself down, and you made a shedload of money. Normally I would say nothing could erase the stain of your disgrace, but here comes Simon Schama’s History of Now (BBC2, Sunday).
Officials in the southern Ukrainian region of Kherson announced on Saturday they would help citizens evacuate from parts of Russian-occupied territory on the east bank of the Dnipro River amid fears of intensified fighting. Yaroslav Yanushevych, the regional governor, said officials were temporarily lifting a ban on crossings to allow Ukrainians living in villages across the river to traverse the Dnipro during daylight hours and to a designated point. "Evacuation is necessary due to the possible intensification of hostilities in this area," he wrote on the Telegram messaging app.
Shoppers and staff were forced to flee after a fire erupted inside a shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand.The blaze - reportedly caused by a Christmas tree that went up in flames under an escalator - happened inside the Central World building in the heart of the Thai capital.Footage shows the fire raging, while thick clouds of grey smoke were also seen inside the mall.The inferno started when an electrical short circuit ignited a Christmas tree under an escalator on the seventh floor of the building.
A Scottish walking tour business set up by two friends after they realised one didn’t exist for visitors to Glasgow to do is toasting a success which has seen them expand the tours to across Scotland and even into England.
IT’S been a good week for ageing white blokes on radio. You might argue, of course, that every week is a good one for ageing white blokes on radio and I couldn’t really disagree. But with actor Bill Nighy sitting in for Guy Garvey on 6 Music last Sunday and French maitre d’ and TV celeb Fred Sirieix the subject of Radio 4’s The Food Programme (Sunday and Monday) you might at least feel that these were, as ageing white blokes go, upmarket examples (compared, at least, to one ageing white