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11 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Aesop to New Balance

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Today’s sweep through the internet’s sale bins turned up lots of deep discounts on things we have written about before. That includes some statusy (and rarely on-sale) hand wash, a tinted moisturizer that’s fit for all skin types, and “the Ferrari of blenders.”

These gunk-sucking pimple patches are a staple in Strategist beauty columnist Rio Viera-Newton’s skin-care routine. At $20, this kit gets you 240 patches for just eight cents per patch.

We’ll never get used to the price of razor-blade cartridges, which is why we’re ecstatic to see such a deep discount on these skin-soothing razor blades from Venus. I’ve already purchased two packs.

This pajama set — a Nordstrom Anniversary Sale reader favorite — is made from sweat-wicking, buttery-soft modal fabric.

Strategist writers, celebrities, and makeup artists have all sung the praises of Laura Mercier’s tinted moisturizer for its natural-looking coverage and hydrating formula. The oil-free version gives a “more blurred, matte skin look,” one makeup artist told us, and it works for all skin tones and types.

Unlike Halloween-themed tableware, this black metal serving set can be used year-round (and would look especially handsome filled with three types of candy).

This ’90s-inspired shoulder bag from Baggu has an extra-long adjustable strap, so it can be carried comfortably across the body, on the shoulder, or in the hand.

Ssense is still taking 10 percent off select items (and offering free shipping) with code SHOP10. It’s not the biggest discount, which is why we would put that toward items that rarely go on sale, like this Aesop hand wash. Because of its moisturizing formula and delectable citrusy scent, it’s one of the most stolen bathroom soaps in NYC.

Another worthy option would be these dad-esque New Balance sneakers, which are surprisingly still in stock in most women’s sizes. The metallic silver trim and bright-white mesh would complement just about any Y2K-inspired fit.

And finally, Vitamix is taking up to $230 off select reconditioned kitchen gadgets for a limited time. The Series 750 blender — “the Ferrari of blenders,” according to one chef — is used across many professional kitchens and can effortlessly blend even the toughest ingredients. (And for those hesitant to buy a refurbished model, it comes with a free five-year warranty.)

The Strategist is designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our latest conquests include the best acne treatments, rolling luggage, pillows for side sleepers, natural anxiety remedies, and bath towels. We update links when possible, but note that deals can expire and all prices are subject to change.

11 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From Aesop to New Balance