Save on celeb-loved skincare during Dermstore’s big sale: Augustinus Bader, EltaMD, more

March may have just started, but it’s already a major month for beauty deals.

At Dermstore’s 2024 Beauty Refresh Sale, shoppers can start the season off strong with up to 20% off a wide range of beauty and skincare staples — including picks from rarely discounted brands like Augustinus Bader.

Plenty of celebrities could find their favorites on major markdown, with highlights including Kourtney Kardashian- and Sofia Richie-approved EltaMD sunscreen and Oprah’s “favorite” Sunday Riley standbys.

Whether you’re giving your beauty drawer a spring refresh or restocking tried-and-true faves, read on for a handful of celeb-approved picks from the extensive sale.

EltaMD Clear Sunscreen

This translucent sunscreen is a clear winner among stars, in addition to our editors. Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner are both fans, as is Brooke Shields, who once told Elle she applies it “every day — even in the winter.”

Meanwhile, Hailey Bieber’s partial to the also-on-sale EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum Tinted Sunscreen ($45 $36) for light coverage, once telling the same outlet, “A lot of sunscreens make my skin break out, and this one has been my holy grail.”

Augustinus Bader The Rich Cream

Augustinus Bader’s played a big role behind the Hollywood scenes in recent years, with its bottles popping up everywhere from Jennifer Aniston’s makeup table to stars’ pre-Met Gala facials. Hailey Bieber once even shared a snap of the hydrating cream on her Instagram Story, saying she’d already gone through multiple bottles.

The line, created by a professor of applied stem cell biology, also includes Augustinus Bader The Cream ($185 $148) — a product Kris Jenner reportedly calls “the crack.”

Good Genes Serum

Kick-start the weekend by picking up Sunday Riley skincare like this Oprah-approved exfoliator, which comes with a $15 gift right now.

The lactic acid treatment appeared on Winfrey’s 2018 “Favorite Things” list, when she called it part of her “go-to beauty regimen.”

Dr. Dennis Gross AB Peel

Zoë Kravitz, Selena Gomez and Constance Wu are all Dr. Dennis Gross devotees, with the latter star once telling the New York Times she “definitely” swipes on the peel pads “if I want to be really glow-y the next day.”

Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm

Editors and stars alike stock up on Elemis’ cleansing balm, a three-in-one formula that once made a cameo in an Instagram Story of Catherine Zeta-Jones’ beauty shelf.

Revitalash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner

If you’re eyeing lash products instead, Meghan Markle once told Allure her beauty go-tos include this conditioning formula.

“I also use Revitalash on my eyelashes, and I swear they are as long as they could ever be,” she raved at the time.

Grande Cosmetics Lash MD

Run, don’t walk, to score catwalker-approved products like this lash serum, which Brooke Shields once recommended in her comments section on Instagram.

Paula's Choice Liquid Exfoliant

When it comes to Paula’s Choice, this viral formula is a top choice for stars. Olivia Culpo one told the Skincare Edit she “swears it has changed [her] skin,” while Kaia Gerber told Vogue she “really likes” it, too.

A Joanna Vargas face mask in a pale pink box

It’s rare to find a high-profile red carpet where Joanna Vargas’ handiwork isn’t on display. The celebrity aesthetician helps Hollywood’s brightest stars glow for events like the Met Gala, Oscars and more.

For those of us without a red carpet invite, however, the expert’s namesake line offers at-home masks, which also come in packs of five ($75, $60).

Lancer The Polish in a blue tube

Plenty of stars entrust their famous faces to dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer and his namesake products, including Kim Kardashian and Sofia Richie.

In addition to his famed three-step method, Dermstore’s sale also includes the new Eyes Wide Open Hydrogel Patches ($50 $40), which Christina Ricci used to get red carpet-ready for the 2024 Golden Globes.