Having a skin condition—be it eczema, irritation, malnourished skin—is uncomfortable to deal with. And with frigid weather underway, the chilly air is bound to wreak havoc on your skin. Thankfully, the dermatologist-approved brand Tula is hosting a Black Friday sale where you can shop ’til you drop on skin-soothing moisturizers, hyaluronic acid-rich body creams, and bakuchiol-infused serums to tackle any skin condition.
For Black Friday, shoppers will have access to 30 percent off site-wide (excluding bundles), starting on November 22 (today!) and ending on November 30. The 30 percent off deal also extends to Cyber Monday with the inclusion of a free skin soak for orders valued at $40 or more.
Below are the best products from Tula’s Black Friday sale—all dermatologist-approved. For more discounted goodies, shop the rest of the sale here.
Best of Tula’s Black Friday sale
Calming Sensitive Skin Moisturizer — $32.00
Originally $46, now $32
It’s easy to see how Tula Calming and Sensitive Skin moisturizer has gained recognition from dermatologists. It’s infused with colloidal oatmeal, which “is very calming and anti-inflammatory for sensitive skin,” says Julie Russak, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in New York City. It can also relieve irritation and itching thanks to the fragrance-free formulation.
Retinol Alternative Serum — $48.00
Originally $68, now $48
The key ingredient to Tula’s Retinol Alternative serum is bakuchiol. “Bakuchiol is an extract of the Babchi plant long used in Ayurvedic medicine; it is one of the few retinol alternatives for which studies back up the pseudo-retinol effect of anti-aging and skin brightening,” Hadley King, MD, a board-certified dermatologist based in New York, previously told Well+Good. It also contains squalane, an emollient that hydrates parched skin.
Revitalize & Cleanse Body Exfoliator — $24.00
Originally $34, now $24
Exfoliating your skin is one way to get topicals to absorb better. This one is formulated with a blend of glycolic, malic, and lactic acids to gently exfoliate the skin. “They [the acids] also stimulate collagen, which helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles—which makes them good for aging skin,” says Dennis Gross, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in New York City and founder of the the eponymous skin-care line, Dr. Dennis Gross.
Deep Wrinkle Serum — $59.00
Originally $84, now $59
Firm up your skin with Tula’s Deep Wrinkle Serum. Formulated with bakuchiol, this plant-based serum is gentler on the skin compared to retinol-rich products and helps the skin fend off irritation. Plus, it’s packed with probiotics and prebiotics, which nourishes your skin’s biome.
Advanced Hydration Body Moisturizer — $27.00
Originally $38, now $27
Infused with yuzu and vitamic C, the Advanced Hydration moisturizer leaves skin feeling soft and supple. The ingredients work in tandem to improve your skin’s tone and texture. Even more, it has hyaluronic acid, a humectant that derms love for drawing water back to the skin’s barrier (dry skin no more!).
Blurring & Moisturizing Primer — $38.00
Originally $38, now $31
This best-selling primer is customer-adored, and for good reason: it’s non-comedogenic, meaning it won’t clog pores. Applying the primer instantly gives you a glow-y and dewy look, similar to that of an Instagram filter. Made of licorice, prebiotics, and probiotics, this primer evens out skin tone and maintains your skin’s smoothness.
Exfoliating Treatment Mask — $34.00
Originally $48, now $34
If you’re looking to shed dead skin cells, look no further than Tula’s Exfoliating Treatment mask. “The exfoliating mask contains bentonite and kaolin clay which unclog pores,” says Elizabeth Mullans, MD, a board-certified dermatologist at Uptown Dermatology in Houston, Texas.
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