Things Every Grown-Ass Woman Needs To Buy On Prime Day
When it comes to shopping, I usually end up buying things that my family, partner, and friends need way before I get something for myself. For some reason, I am usually my last priority. But there are some key items that every grown-ass woman needs, and Amazon Prime Day is a great time to stock up on both your necessities and desires.
If you aren't aware of the genius deals of Prime Day, here's the scoop. The third annual Prime Day will be Tuesday, July 11, 2017, and Amazon offers literally hundreds of thousands of deals exclusively to Prime members. Whether you're looking for some Korean beauty steals or a stand mixer you can actually afford, Prime Day has you covered. This year, members can enjoy 30 hours(!) of extra shopping starting early at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET Monday, July 10, 2017 — with new deals popping up as often as every five minutes!
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Prime Day will have great bargains that last all day, plus lightning deals — and like the name implies, those last for a limited time. If you'd rather not hover over Amazon all day, we will be highlighting the very best Prime Day has to offer. So start scrolling through your wishlist and put yourself first for a change — you're a grown-ass woman, and you deserve to get what you want!
Starting Monday night, we’ll be keeping track of the biggest markdowns, the best beauty deals, and the toiletry essentials worth stocking up on — so check back here for all your Prime Day–related shopping.
Purify Your Pores Quickly And Efficiently
Nubrilliance Microdermabrasion And Pore Cleansing System, $83 (Was $119), Amazon
A grown-ass approach to effectively cleaning the gunk out of your pores.
Splurge On One Grown-Ass Bag
Okay, this bag may still be a splurge, but there's no better feeling than snagging an investment piece when it's on sale.
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