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    Versed Skin Is Having A Sale And Honestly Your Acne Won't Know What To Do With Itself

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    Hear ye, hear ye! Versed Skin — known for their fab packaging and quality formulations — is having a sale of 20% off which means that I already *feel* this pimple leaving my chin.

    multi-colored bottles of product
    Versed Skin

    A round of applause for the fact that no code is required upon checkout — the discount is immediately reflected in your shopping cart.

    Now if you're wondering what *exactly* you should be adding to cart, you can either A: take their handy skin decoder quiz or B: scroll through the below to see our favorite picks. Happy shopping either way!

    model applying moisturizer with text "skin decoder quiz"

    1. A retinol serum that enlists the help of bakuchiol and chlorophyll, making it gentle enough for sensitive skin (retinol = some pretty powerful stuff). This tackles dullness and fine lines with a vengeance but is *super* unique because it doesn't leave behind redness or irritation.

    model holding pink bottle

    Promising review: "I've used other retinols and retinoids over the years, but was always turned off by the chemical smell and feeling that they were harsh on my skin. Not this one! It actually smells nice and feels like it soaks into my skin instead of sitting on top of it. Very smooth, not tacky or sticky at all." —Moxmoxmox

    Price: $17.59 (originally $21.99)

    2. A daily brightening solution, because what's more annoying than acne? Acne scarring. Just a daily swipe of this four-acid complex will lead you to greener pastures (the greener pastures = lightened dark spots, no more dullness, and a more even complexion overall).

    model holding yellow bottle of brightening solution

    FYI: This vegan and cruelty-free product is packed with lactic, glycolic, azelaic, and kojic acid.

    Promising review: "I have very sensitive skin and I am always hesitant to try new products but wanted to give this a try because my previous toner had run out. To my surprise, it's very gentle on my sensitive skin and has helped to brighten dark spots! For the price, you can't beat this deal. I use this daily after cleansing my face." —Peacelovemia

    Price: $14.39 (originally $17.99)

    3. A eucalyptus oil and vitamin E cleansing balm that is to makeup what water is to the Wicked Witch of the West — it'll have your foundation, mascara, and lipstick melted off your face with just a few quick swipes.


    Promising review: "I've been using this product for a few weeks now and am completely in love. The eucalyptus smell and the texture of this balm is amazingggg. I so look forward to washing my face each evening." —CGOO1200

    Price: $14.39 (originally $17.99)

    4. A tinted lip oil available in three shades: ruby, fig, and blossom. One swipe means a quick flush of color *and* moisture thanks to a formula packed with jojoba, camellia, and sesame oils.


    Price: $7.99 (originally $9.99, available in three shades)

    5. A face mask with two superstar ingredients: turmeric and red kaolin clay, both of which work in harmony to tone, brighten, and tighten your complexion. Masks that are super effective for $10 > masks that are just "eh" for $30+ .

    white pouch with white nozzle labeled "Versed" / Via @versed

    Not to mention the squeezable packaging is amazing — it contains 12+ applications, doesn't take up a ton of space, *and* doesn't require scooping product out of a jar.

    Promising review: "I looked in the mirror mid-quarantine and noticed my skin looked exhausted. Circles under my eyes and stressed skin from drinking wine. I gave this a shot to snap my skin into gear. First, I loved how clean the application was: NO MESS. A little goes a long way and it's fantastic value for a mask product, IMO). Washing it off was also super clean and easy, and I loved how bright, tight and fresh my skin looked and felt. BONUS: my skin felt incredibly soft. This is the best mask I've ever used, no doubt." —IMTIRED33

    Price: $7.99 (originally $9.99)

    6. A resurfacing mask that truly does it all — and by does it all, I mean that lactic and glycolic acids ward off dead skin and dark spots, salicylic acid says ~not today~ to enlarged pores and redness, plus pineapple and papaya enzymes bring your complexion an instant glow.


    Promising review: "I’ve been using this product once a week for the past month and it’s really improved my natural glow. I’ve also noticed some of my dark spots are starting to disappear which is something I’ve been trying to resolve for a while now. I love how thin the consistency is it doesn’t leave your face oily! Two thumbs up!!" —Deetealer

    Price: $14.39 (originally $17.99)

    7. A body mist to ward off those eruptions of body acne. This genius, fast-drying spray enlists the help of 2% salicylic acid, tea tree oil, and witch hazel to tackle pimples that have so rudely taken residence on your back, chest, and butt. It's as easy as one, two, spritz.

    hand spraying the green bottle

    Promising review: "Probably the only leave on acne prevention spray I've come across that actually helps clear my skin. I use this after I shower with a benzyl peroxide containing body wash, and together, the combo has worked to keep my chest and back as clear as I've seen them in years. Also, there is no irritating scent!" —Devnm003

    Price: $11.99 (originally $14.99)

    And with that, I bid you adieu. The below is me sprinting toward my credit card and making the most of this fantastic 20% off Versed Skin sale:


    The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.