You’re sure to crack a grin when you see these Amazon Smile Day deals

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BEAUTYcrew Beauty Editor / October 13 2022

Let’s be real, investing in beauty products can become an expensive endeavour (all those serums really start to add up after a while y’know?). 

So when we hear word of new beauty products or a beauty sale, we feel it’s our civic duty to share the piping hot tea with our fellow thirsty beauty obsessives. 

The Amazon Smile Day sales have officially started, and you can snag a bargain on beauty deals for six full days. Deals will be available from 12pm on the 10th of October to 11:59pm on the 16th of October via

Amazon Prime members get early access to deals from 10am on the 11th of October until 6pm on the 13th of October via In our opinion, it’s the perfect time to sign up for an Amazon Prime free trial.

Don’t believe us? Here are the top Amazon Smile Day beauty deals we think you should check out over the next couple of days… 

1/ Finishing Touch Flawless Ice Roller (was $29.99 now $10 at Amazon Australia)

You’ve no doubt seen a number of TikTok creators spouting the benefits of ice rollers. They’re great for diminishing puffiness, facial toning, minimising the appearance of pores, and relieving muscle tension (teeth grinders this one’s for you). Try the trend for yourself without forking over a small fortune – this pick’s just $10 a pop.

Finishing Touch Flawless Ice Roller

2/  RENPHO Percussion Muscle Massager Gun (was $159.99 now $119.99 at Amazon Australia)

Massage guns have held modern society in a chokehold like no other wellness product to come before them. This discounted pick sweetens the deal and offers relief from muscle tension at a mere fraction of the price of other models on the market. 

RENPHO Percussion Muscle Massager Gun

3/ Hugo Boss Bottled Night EDT (was $105 now $43.94 at Amazon Australia)

At less than $50 for a bottle, this woody aromatic fragrance is the perfect cologne to buy for him right now. The distinctly masculine scent combines notes of sweetly aromatic cardamom, comforting musk, invigorating birch leaf, and spicy louro amarelo wood.  

Hugo Boss Bottled Night EDT

4/ Trophy Skin UltradermMD: Home Spa Microdermabrasion Kit (was $449.99 now $314.99 at Amazon Australia)

Prefer to stay at home for your next facial? This microdermabrasion kit immediately turns any room into a home spa. The kit is currently 30 per cent off at Amazon Australia and offers a diamond-tipped exfoliation wand, kinetic facial toning settings, and a pore extractor tool. 

Trophy Skin UltradermMD: Home Spa Microdermabrasion Kit

5/ ZHAM Hot Air Brush (was $69.98 now $29.99 at Amazon Australia)

Hot brushes are the on-trend and multitasking heat styling tool to try as of late. The prospect of an easy to achieve blow-dry at home is made all the more attractive when you realise you can get your hands on one of them for just $30 this week. 

ZHAM Hot Air Brush

6/ Remington Smooth Finish Ceramic Hair Straightener (was $29.95 now $23.95 at Amazon Australia)

We don’t know about you, but we’re big proponents for stashing a sturdy (but less exxy) version of our GHD at the office for touch-ups on particularly rainy days (curse you La Niña). This ceramic styler gets just as hot as our ride or die straighteners (150°C - 230°C if you were wondering), and automatically shuts off after 60 minutes so we don’t have to worry about burning down the office if we (accidentally) leave them on. 

Remington Smooth Finish Ceramic Hair Straightener

7/ Hismile v34 Colour Corrector (was $35 now $24.50 at Amazon Australia)

If you’re like us and you keep getting served adverts of people with mouths full of purple goo on your TikTok For You page, then you probably recognise this stuff. The colour correcting serum acts to minimise the appearance of yellow teeth stains and promotes a brighter, whiter smile. Simply pop a portion on your toothbrush, brush away and then rinse to see results. 

Hismile v34 Colour Corrector

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Main image credit: @bellahadid

Briar Clark got her start in the media industry in 2017, as an intern for Marie Claire and InStyle. Since then, her keen interest in fashion and beauty has landed her gigs as a Digital Content Producer and Beauty Editor with titles like Girlfriend, Refinery29, BEAUTYcrew and beautyheaven. She loves the way seemingly innocuous topics like skin care and style have the ability to put a smile on people’s faces or make them think about themselves a little differently. A big believer in self love and experimentation, Briar has made a point of becoming the Australian beauty industry’s unofficial guinea pig for unusual treatments and daring hair trends. When she’s not testing out the latest beauty launches, Briar is big on broadening her horizons, mostly in the form of food but she’s also partial to travelling to new destinations both near and far (and of course, allocating an extra bag to bring their best beauty offerings home with her).