Save 40% on the skincare tools Christie Brinkley called her ‘magic wands’: ‘They’re incredible’

With the unofficial start of summer just days away, there are plenty of sizzling sales all over the internet.

And just weeks after Christie Brinkley starred on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue at 70, one of her skincare secrets is included in the major markdowns: SBLA Beauty’s sculpting skincare wands.

The company, which Brinkley partnered with in 2021, is currently offering 40% off sitewide — meaning now’s the time to score the Neck, Chin & Jawline Sculpting Wand ($89 $54) the supermodel’s raved about on multiple occasions.

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“These are my new magic wands I love them … they’re incredible,” she said in an Instagram video in 2021, demonstrating how she incorporates the brand’s tools into her routine.

Brinkley specifically shouted out the non-invasive Neck, Chin & Jawline Sculpting Wand, which has sold out four times.

“I have seen such improvement, I can’t even tell you,” the ageless-looking icon raved in her video, writing in the caption of the clip, “My jaw was on the floor when I saw what it did for me!”

SBLA Beauty face wand in a box
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While the original Facial Instant Sculpting Wand ($84) Brinkley also spotlighted at the time is currently sold out, SBLA’s new Liquid Facelift Wand ($179 $107) — designed to target fine lines and wrinkles — is both in stock and over $70 off right now.

Brinkley’s also personally plugged the Lip Plump & Sculpt ($42 $25), once revealing on the brand’s Instagram Stories that fans questioned whether she’d had work done after she tried it.

“When I used it a few of you asked if I’d had my lips enhanced so I think it works,” she said.

SBLA Lip Plump & Sculpt
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Christie Brinkley with the SBLA Beauty wands
Brinkley teamed up with the brand after trying its products during quarantine. Instagram/@sblabeauty

The model previously told People she approached the brand about becoming an ambassador — not the other way around — after using the wands “religiously” during quarantine.

“I took them with me when I went down to the Caribbean where usually my skin starts looking like an old pirate by the time I’m coming home,” she explained to the outlet.

“Honestly, I never came home so unscathed from all those hours in the salt water and the sun.”

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This article was written by Hannah Southwick, Commerce Writer/Reporter for Page Six Style. Hannah spies deals on actually affordable celebrity-worn styles, puts Hollywood’s favorite labels to the test and finds the beauty products that keep stars red carpet-ready. She consults stylists and industry pros — including celebs themselves — for firsthand product recommendations, trend predictions and more. In addition to writing for Page Six since 2020, her work has been featured in USA Today and Parade.