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This Celeb-Fave Beauty Product Is Sold Every 30 Seconds… And Today, You Can Get 40% Off

When it comes to flash sales, Amazon’s Prime Day is undoubtedly the biggest. It’s the one day of the year where you can save serious amounts on just about anything you might fancy, from a new Soda Stream to the ghd Glide Hot Brush – all from the comfort of your own sofa.



diagram: Elizabeth Arden's 8-hour cream is a celeb fave, beloved by Reese Witherspoon, Kourtney Kardashian and Victoria Beckham, among others. Today it's 40% off.


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Elizabeth Arden’s 8-hour cream is a celeb fave, beloved by Reese Witherspoon, Kourtney Kardashian and Victoria Beckham, among others. Today it’s 40% off.

Top of our list this year, though, is a little luxury that’s sure to perk up your dry winter skin. Beloved by dewey-skinned celebs including the Kardashians, Reese Witherspoon, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Victoria Beckham, Elizabeth Arden’s iconic Eight Hour Cream is currently reduced by 40% as part of today’s Prime Day reductions, and we’ve already stocked up.



a close up of a glass: Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant


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Amazon’s New Launch Will Make Grocery Shopping Take Mere Seconds

If you want a glimpse into what the future of grocery shopping looks like, take a look at Amazon One, Amazon’s latest tech launch. It’s a “palm-reading biometric identification system”—aka the ability to pay for groceries with the swipe of your palm.

The new innovation was presented earlier this week at two Amazon Go convenience store locations in Seattle, according to Apple News. Essentially, the process involves signing up at a small kiosk to scan your palm, which is then matched to your credit card and cell phone number—effectively making your own hand a touchless payment method. (You can also link your “palm’s signature” to your main Amazon account to see and review your recent purchases made with… your palm.)

Of course, this fits nicely into Amazon Go’s setup, considering the concept convenience store has zero checkout counter and is remarkably seamless to navigate by design (as in, cameras

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