Amazon's Best Selling Anti-Aging Brand Is on Sale for Prime Day
In the final hours of Amazon Prime Day deals, you don't want to miss out on the best anti-aging creams and serums.
A few months ago, I wrote about the six best-selling anti-aging products on Amazon, and one brand definitely stood apart from the competition. Of the six best anti-aging creams and serums listed, half were from the natural skin-care brand Amara Organics.
The brand and its products are beloved by thousands on Amazon and Real Simple alike, and new Amazon Prime Day deals 2018 are giving you the chance to scoop up some of the best wrinkle serums and creams for lower price points.
At the top of Amara Organic's anti-aging portfolio, the Advanced Age-Defying Moisturizer is now 20% off for Prime members–but only for three more hours.
Eighty percent of the anti-aging cream's reviews are four and five stars, and the top-selling moisturizer has racked up a reputation for reducing wrinkles (especially the forehead "thinking line"), fading under eye bags, and making skin smoother and more youthful-looking.
The moisturizer is known for absorbing into skin quickly and easily, and the product has a long lifespan. One Amazon customer noted that her bottle lasted for six whole months before she needed to buy another.
To buy: $18; amazon.com.
Another of the top-rated anti-aging brand's products with a special Amazon Prime Day Lightening Deal is the Total Repair Eye Gel for Dark Circles and Puffiness, now reduced by 20% as well. Formulated with hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, peptides, and plant stem stems, this lightweight anti-aging cream is touted in the review section for giving users amazing and fast results ($13; amazon.com).
As Lightening Deals, these two anti-aging best sellers won't be reduced for the entire, 36-hour Prime Day, so you have to act fast if you want to see what all the hype is surrounding Amara Organics.
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