We found lots of seasonal deals in today’s sweep through the internet’s sales-o-sphere, including sizable discounts on many products we’ve written about before. There’s a moisturizing face cleanser that’s suitable for all skin types, an indoor herb garden for the cooler weather ahead, and some fall-ready patent loafers fit for work and play.
Strategist writer Karen Iorio Adelson says this antioxidant-infused cleanser from First Aid Beauty is exceptionally gentle — “like rub-it-right-over-your-eyelids-with-no-stinging gentle” — yet still leaves her face feeling clean. Today only, it’s 50 percent off at both Ulta Beauty and Sephora.
You can also take 50 percent off this autumnally toned Lorac eyshadow palette, an Ulta Beauty–exclusive deal, that comes with six matte and 12 shimmer shadows.
In case you missed it, squirrel picnic tables are a thing. If you’re curious to host such a gathering, this 30 percent–off table (with included corncob holder and mirror) is a good place to start. There’s an extra 5 percent off on-page coupon, too.
For your indoor pets, here’s a deep discount on a best-selling automatic pet feeder. Reviewers say it’s “surprisingly sleek,” “easy to clean,” and perfect for those watching their pets’ portion sizes.
J.Crew is taking an extra 50 percent off select sale items with code SALETIME. That would include these pull-on linen pants, which are still in stock in a handful of colors and sizes. (And while you’re apparently not supposed to wear white after Labor Day, nobody said anything about the “Flax” cream shown.)
Some six-inch swim shorts for your final end-of-summer vacation.
Ban.do is taking an extra 20 percent off markdowns with code GETMORE, and we spotted lots of bags from Baggu on sale. This shoulder bag is made from stain- and rip-resistant nylon and folds up into a convenient carrying pouch. It’s also on sale in apricot.
Best Buy is having a 24-hour flash sale with deep discounts on everything from video games to vacuums. We happened to spot an excellent deal on this indoor smart garden from AeroGarden — a favorite of George Pisegna, deputy director and chief of horticulture at the Horticultural Society of New York — that comes with six grow pods to get you started.
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