Our Favourite Skincare Line Is Heavily Discounted For Prime Day

When it comes to flash sales, Amazon’s Prime Day is perhaps the very best. From washing machines to hair straighteners, (yes, we’re talking discounted GHD) this annual sale is the perfect opportunity to snap up the things you really need, from the big brands you really want.

On the skincare side of things, there’s one completely classic hero line that we think everyone should be heading for today. Skincare doesn’t come much more iconic than Elemis’ Pro-Collagen collection, and right now you can snap up almost the entire family with between 30 and 35% discount (that’s the biggest we’ve ever seen, FYI).

If you’re yet to try this long-loved skincare, here’s what you need to know. The day and night creams are powered by a signature blend of algae. These marine extracts are rich in vitamins, fatty acids and minerals that help to support the skin, keeping it hydrated, resilient and glowing. Padina pavonica, a brown algae, is famed for its ability to retain moisture, while chlorella is full of magnesium and zinc that can help boost the skin’s resilience.

But don’t just take our word for it – this classic cream has a wealth of high-profile fans too, from Kate Hudson to Catherine Zeta Jones.

There are 10 products from the Pro-Collagen line in the Amazon Prime Day sale, each one reduced by up to 35%. So, where to start?

For those in need of a richer cream for the cooler months, the Marine Cream Ultra-Rich is a must-try. Something with sun protection? (Wise move, especially right now.) Opt for the SPF30 Anti-Wrinkle Day Cream, and there’s no need to layer on a separate sunscreen.

The Advanced Eye Treatment is a lightweight yet powerful option for delicate under-eye skin, while the world-famous Cleansing Treatment Balm really needs little introduction.

To shop these generous discounts, you’ll need to have an Amazon Prime account, although you can sign up today and take advantage of the one month free trial. And be quick: these priced only last until midnight on July 13.


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