Derm-Beloved Brand Tula Is Having a Major Sale

With the Well+Good SHOP, our editors put their years of know-how to work in order to pick products (from skin care to self care and beyond) they’re betting you’ll love. While our editors independently select these products, making a purchase through our links may earn Well+Good a commission. Happy shopping! Explore the SHOP

I’ve reached a specific age in my mid-30s where suddenly fine lines are a thing. So are wine hangovers and all-day aches if I sleep in a position that’s anything but just right. I haven’t found a wine cure yet (except for, um, not drinking it), but this body pillow has eased my morning pains and now there’s more good news—both for my fine lines and yours.

Now through September 28, Tula, a dermatologist-approved and much-beloved skin-care brand, is offering 20 percent off site-wide. Stock up on your standbys, add a few new products you’ve been eyeing to your cart, and then use the code SAVE20 at checkout.

Here are a few of our favorite Tula products that have earned front-and-center spots in our makeup bags and medicine cabinets.

Our favorites from Tula’s site-wide sale

tula primer

Filter Primer Blurring & Moisturizing Primer — $30.00

Originally $38, now $30

“Do I really need a primer?” you may be asking yourself. (A question I’ve posed to myself at least 100 times over my makeup-wearing career.) When it comes to one as multitasking as the Tula Filter Primer, which blurs the line between makeup and skin care, yes you do. It moisturizes, smooths, and evens out the look of your skin for that natural glow we sometimes rely on filters for. It’s the no-makeup-makeup look with enough buildable tint to even out your complexion. The nearly 8,000 glowing reviews agree with us: It’s a must.

tula deep wrinkle serum

Firm Up Deep Wrinkle Serum — $67.00

Originally $84, now $67

If you’ve been intimidated to invest in a retinol, which derms have declared an “absolute must” for people in their 30s, let us introduce you to Tula’s Firm Up Deep Wrinkle Serum. It’s a retinol alternative (sometimes called “retin-alts”), which are just as effective as retinol without the potential irritation. If the retinol you choose is too strong for your skin, or if—oops!—you ignore the instructions, retinol can lead to sun sensitivity, drying, and a host of other skin woes. Tula’s alternative formula is lightweight and plant-based though, so it’s gentle for both day and nighttime use, and targets the signs of premature aging and wrinkles.

tula acne cleanser

Acne All Star 3-in-1 Acne Cleanser, Mask & Spot Treatment — $30.00

Originally $38, now $30

Somewhere along the way in our teen years someone lied to all of us and said we’d age out of acne. Turns out those little buggers can attack at any age, even long past high school, so whether acne is an everyday issue or an occasional annoyance for you, nab one of Tula’s Acne All-Star treatments. This three-in-one multitasker can be used as an everyday cleanser, a mask, or a spot treatment—whatever your skin needs on any given day. Take it from us, or take it from the 90 percent of participants who said their acne visibly vanished after four weeks of using the All-Star. Hello, triple threat!

tula eye balm

Glow & Get It Cooling & Brightening Eye Balm — $24.00

Originally $30, now $24

Over 3,000 reviews rave about this hyaluronic acid balm that eases fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes in no time. It’s cooling, refreshing, and provides you with an instantly refreshed look, no matter how many (or few) hours of sleep you got the night before. You’ll look energized, which just might trick you into feeling energized, too.

tula wrinkle drops

Wrinkle Treatment Drops Retinol Alt Serum — $54.00

Originally $68, now $54

Here’s another gentle retinol alternative to consider: Tula’s Wrinkle Treatment Drops. Think of each drop as a tiny army that protects your skin barrier, plumping up your skin and reducing the appearance of any unwanted fine lines. According to NYC-based board-certified dermatologist Dr. Hadley King, the reason this little bottle can be a miracle worker against the signs of aging is its bakuchiol-infused formula.

“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,” she says. “Bakuchiol seems to be activating the genes that regulate collagen and elastin production—the same ones retinol activates. And it doesn’t seem to irritate and redden skin the way retinol often does, so it appears to be a gentler option.”

tula face mask

Self-Care Sunday Nourishing Face Mask — $38.00

Originally $48, now $38

Whether your skin is tired, stressed, dull, dehydrated, or all of the above, you can give it a serious boost of nourishment with this face mask. Tula calls it their “Self-Care Sunday” mask, but you don’t need us to tell you that every day can be a self-care day, so slather this on whenever you’re wanting your skin to look smoother, softer, and more radiant. (So, like, all the time?) No better time to stock up than when everything is 20 percent off.

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