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20% off SkinCeuticals, Aspect, Oribe, Medik8, Benefit, Jane Iredale, 15% Off Dyson Free Express Shipping @ Adore Beauty

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Adore Beauty has 10-20% selected brands for Click frenzy. Some of these are high end brands that aren't discounted that often.

  • 20% off SkinCeuticals - Adore Beauty is the exclusive retailer in Australia.
  • 20% off Aspect
  • 20% off Oribe
  • 20% off La Roche-Posay
  • 20% off L'Oreal Paris
  • 20% off Medik8
  • 20% off Benefit
  • 20% off Jane Iredale
  • 15% off Dyson
  • 15% off Biolage
  • 15% off L’Oréal Professionnel
  • 15% off Matrix
  • 10% off Kérastase
  • 10% off Shu Uemura Art of Hair
  • 15% off Parfums de Marly
  • 15% off Christophe Robi
  • 15% off Pureology
  • 15% off Redken

Minimum order is $20 and free express shipping is included. Remember to go through your cashback provider.

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Referees get $10 off their first order of $50 and above, referer gets $10 off min $50 order for each referral. Brand exclusions apply.

This is part of Click Frenzy deals for 2020

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    Brought dyson hairdryer down to $466, perfect :)

  • +1 vote

    Has anyone tried the Skinceuticals Vit C E Ferulic?

    • +2 votes

      Outside my price range :) I layer the Ordinary's Vit C and Resveratrol + Ferulic Acid serums.

      Edit: The SkinCeuticals serum does get very good reviews though. I wonder how they manage to get the 15% L-ascorbic acid stable in a water-based serum.

      Ingredients:

      Aqua/Water/Eau, Ethoxydiglycol, Ascorbic Acid, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Laureth-23, Phenoxyethanol, Tocopherol, Triethanolamine, Ferulic Acid, Panthenol, Sodium Hyaluronate.

      • +1 vote

        Im a big fan of the Ordinary's Niacinamide, have yet to use their Vit C as there seems to be mixed reviews. Currently using this, seems to be working for me. The only thing is it doesnt disclose the % of L-Ascorbic.

        • +1 vote

          I've used the 12% Ascorbyl Glucoside (water-based), 8% Ascorbic Acid with 2% Alpha Arbutin (propanediol base) with zero irritation. The 30% LAA in silicone gave me a tingle. I would say that they do have a brightening effect, which product to choose comes downs to what texture you prefer. The Vit C guide that I linked above summarises the options.

          I've also done water-based DIY vit C serums. A bit troublesome and you have to re-make them every 2 weeks.

          Looks like the Rohto product is a spot treatment? Glad it's working out :)

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            @moocher: I've heard Alpha Arbutin works wonders, I think someone told me it couldnt be shipped to Australia but I could be wrong??
            Been using the Rohto (3-4 drops on the whole face haha) in the AM for the past 3 months and noticed a brighter complexion, very slow to fade PIE though. Will keep going though!

            • +1 vote

              @mt007: Yes Alpha Arbutin isn't sold in Australia but you can still buy it from ASOS or Cult Beauty. Same goes for TO's azelaic acid, AHA + BHA peel etc.

              Glad that you're getting good results from the Rohto product!

        • +2 votes

          I have started using The Ordinary Vitamin C Suspension 23% + HA Spheres 2%, and i had heard many things about Vit C being harsh, but this had no effect at all, a slight tingling but that was it, very happy :)

    • +2 votes

      I can't bring myself to spend the money on it, even with 20% off, though i've only heard good things about it. It will last 3 months max before oxidising and becoming less effective.

      I use the near-identical formulation from Timeless Skincare which is around $50 on Amazon or you can buy direct from their website. It now comes in a pump package making it harder to spill (i've banned myself from products that come in droppers after one too many incidents). I believe Paula's Choice also has a very similar formula.

      • +1 vote

        I use the Timeless one, too, and order it directly from their website. It's fab.

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      Best vitamin C serum in the market

    • +3 votes

      You're better offer buying the identical Timeless 20% Vitamin C & Ferulic Serum from the US - costs about $55 incl. postage and is the exact same thing as Skinceuticals one but $150 cheaper!

  • +1 vote

    Bought a Dyson hairdryer. Thanks.

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    I tried the skinceuticals c f phloretin (thought would be better for my oily skin)

    It was ok but not worth the price. For mine I reckon ASAP offer the best value (their Vitamin B serum I rated above both skinceuticals and medik8) but the aspect phyto 9 moisturiser is a god.

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