Save 20% on EltaMD sunscreen stars love

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When it comes to SPF, EltaMD plays a starring role in stars’ beauty routines.

Kourtney Kardashian, Brooke Shields and Zac Efron— to name just a few — are all among the brand’s famous fans, making it a strong contender for the best sunscreen according to celebrities. 

But right now, you won’t need a Hollywood-sized paycheck to scoop some up yourself; during Dermstore’s Summer Sale, you can find the same celeb-loved sunscreens for 20% off.

Among the options? The EltaMD UV Clear Sunscreen ($26, originally $33), an oil-free face formula Shields once told Elle she’s a “long-time user” of and always applies “in the morning and one time during the day.” 

A sunscreen bottle from EltaMD

EltaMD UV Clear Sunscreen ($26, originally $33)

It appears it’s somewhat of a supermodel staple, as Kendall Jenner also slathered some on in a Vogue “Beauty Secrets” video, mixing it with Skinceuticals CE Ferulic ($182) — incidentally, also among the most celeb-loved skincare products. 

Meanwhile her famous sister Kourtney Kardashian and friend Hailey Bieber are instead opting for the tinted version, the UV Elements Tinted Broad-Spectrum SPF ($26, originally $32).

“Every day I put on sunscreen … I love the EltaMD,” the Poosh founder raved in her own Vogue video, of the hyaluronic acid-containing option.

A tinted sunscreen

UV Elements Tinted Broad-Spectrum SPF ($26, originally $32)

Bieber echoed her sentiments in an interview with Elle, saying, “A lot of sunscreens make my skin break out, and this one has been my holy grail.”

In addition to their favorites, Elta MD’s on-sale options also include everything from a spray-on sunscreen — the UV AOX Mist ($29, originally $36) which Andy Cohen recently went nude to promote — to the UV Pure Broad-Spectrum SPF 47 ($21, originally $26), sunscreen designed for both the face and body 

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EltaMD isn’t the only celebrity favorite on sale at Dermstore right now either, as discounts also include Sunday Riley’s Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment ($68, originally $85) — a favorite of both Oprah and Drew Barrymore — and Gwyneth Paltrow-loved Avène Thermal Spring Water ($15, originally $19). 

Plus, for even more deals, don’t forget to check out our guide to all of the celebrity-loved brands on sale this weekend.

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