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Save Big on Beauty Products During Sephora's Spring Savings Event

Calling all beauty insiders. Here's a deal made just for you.

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Robin Mosley (she/her) formerly wrote commerce deals for CNET about beauty, fashion and other essential gear. Before that, she freelanced for Healthline, Simply Recipes and Nerd Street. She is a Chicago native living on the East Coast who is a fan of all things beauty, food, gaming and tech. When she isn't writing, she's at a restaurant, shopping online or making YouTube gaming videos.
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Sephora is back with a new deal for beauty insiders. Using the offer code SAVESPRING, all members will save on select brands through April 11. If you're not a Sephora beauty insider member, you can sign up for free. Here's how the savings break down: Rouge members (spend $1,000) get 20% off, VIB members (spend $350) get 15% off and insiders (free) get 10% off.  

This sale is online and in-store, although some items are only accessible online. There are a lot of skin care brands in this offer, including Tatcha, which I tried and loved for its hydration. As a suggestion, you can't go wrong with Tatcha's rice wash skin-softening cleanser or dewy serum resurfacing and plumping treatment. But you have a variety of choices, including La Mer, Estee Lauder, Dior and more.  

There are several standouts in makeup as well, with over 300 items to choose from. Some are award winners, such as Armani Beauty's luminous silk perfect glow flawless oil-free foundation, while others, like Westman Atelier's essential skin foundation stick, are all about clean beauty. And if you're looking for BIPOC-owned brands, you'll be able to get those at reasonable prices too.

While you're shopping, don't forget to pick up sunscreen to keep your skin supple and protected from harmful rays. Or check out our best list for the best sunscreen for 2022 for more options.

Read more: What SPF Sunscreen Should You Use?  

The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives.

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