June 22, 2021 | 2:28pm
Drew Barrymore, Kourtney Kardashian and Brooke Shields are among the many stars who regularly use EltaMD sunscreen.
Here comes the sun — and the sales.
Amazon Prime Day isn’t the only sale offering celeb-loved beauty products for a steal; Dermstore’s Beauty Discovery Event, which spans two days and ends at midnight on Tuesday, includes 20% off the sunscreen stars swear by.
All you’ll need is the promo code “OHJOY” to score EltaMD’s UV Clear sunscreen — which counts Brooke Shields, Kourtney Kardashian and Drew Barrymore as regular users — for $29.60 instead of the usual $37.
Shields, 56, told Elle in May that she applies the oil-free facial formula “every day – even in the winter.”
The “Blue Lagoon” beauty called herself a “long-time user” of Elta MD’s SPF, adding that regular application became increasingly important after she was diagnosed with pre-cancerous cells.
“I always apply in the morning and one time during the day. I even use a thin layer before putting it on my foundation,” she shared.
Kardashian, 42, has proclaimed her love for the skin-protecting product on Poosh, while her sister Kendall Jenner told Vogue that she mixes the stuff with SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic serum ($166) — incidentally, another longtime celebrity fave.
Jenner’s friend Hailey Baldwin, 24, prefers Elta MD’s tinted SPF (originally $37, now $30) for preventing acne, telling Elle in March, “A lot of sunscreens make my skin break out, and this one has been my holy grail.”
Mindy Kaling, Ashley Graham, Camila Cabello and Zac Efron are all famous fans of the formula as well.
EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46 (originally $37, now $29.60)
But the celebrity-loved sunscreen is far from the only discounted gem you’ll find in Dermstore’s sale.
The skincare site is also offering 10% off Weleda Skin Food (originally $19, now $18) – part of Gwyneth Paltrow’s morning beauty routine – and 20% off Bioderma Sensibio H20 micellar water (originally $15, now $12), a makeup remover praised by Paltrow, Victoria Beckham and Tracee Ellis Ross, to name but a few.
Original posted at pagesix.com