There is a version that uses AAA batteries instead of a rechargeable internal battery. It’s also on sale for $40 from Colgate (with the HUMFORTHEHOLIDAYS code) and $45 from Amazon.
Shyn Electric Toothbrush Subscription Service for $57 ($73 off)
We found Shyn’s wand-style toothbrush to be a convincing dupe for the much pricier Philips Sonicare line. A year’s subscription comes with a sonic toothbrush, four brush heads, and a charging station. A Quip subscription is also significantly discounted, but despite its nearly heavy advertising, we liked brushing with that one the least.
Burst Rose Gold Doorburster Toothbrush Subscription Package for $70 ($50 off)
We liked Shyn’s product better, but Burst has a unique feature—the brush heads are infused with binchotan charcoal to help with tooth whitening. This bundle also comes with a travel case.
No-Touch Forehead Thermometer for $25 ($20 off)
Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)
This thermometer usually sells for anywhere between $30 and $50. It uses infrared to spit out a temperature reading in just one second, so you won’t have to convince a sick kid to let you hold a probe under their tongue. If you’re struggling to find a thermometer in stock, or you just want a backup, this might be a good option.
Kinsa QuickCare Smart Thermometer for $20 ($5 off)
Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)
Click the on-page coupon to get this deal. We don’t love that this product requires an app, but if you’re OK with pairing it to your phone and sharing your temperature data, the price is good. The app allows you to track your data over time, so you can see if your temperature is trending higher or lower.
Olika Hand Sanitizer Multipacks for $34 ($8 off)
Amazon (Click the Coupon Button)
If you don’t want to make your own hand sanitizer, and you’re tired of cheap mass-produced sanitizer that smells like rail vodka, this deal might be up your alley. Each refillable bottle has approximately 500 sprays.
Kinflyte Freedom Posture Bra for $84 ($36 off)
Shoulder braces have their pros, but they can be bulky and ugly. For just a bit of help, Kinflyter’s bras are comfier and flattering. They come with compression panels, plus a grippy material on the shoulders that helps keep you straight. Plus, all of Kinflyte’s garments are made of recycled polyester knits from post-consumer plastic bottles.
Coway Airmega 400 for $480
It’s not a precise Cyber Monday deal, but Coway makes our favorite air purifiers, and they seem to be cheapest this time of year. The 400 is has cost upward of $600 at times this year. It’s best for large rooms up to 1,560 square feet, and its price reflects that. It’s intuitive to use with touch controls and a color-coded air quality monitor, and its filters are easy to change, too.
The smaller Coway 200M, was also on sale but it’s currently sold out. (It’s usually around $120 from Walmart.) If you don’t need as big a purifier as the 400, it’s better to wait for the 200M to come back.
Emme Smart Birth Control Case for $74 ($25 off)
Emme (Enter CYBEREMME at Checkout)
I love using this smart birth control case. Not only is it just prettier than the plastic sleeve that birth control comes with (and bigger, so I can find it faster in my bag), but an accompanying app will gently remind you to take your pill so you don’t forget, and you can log your period symptoms and moods. Use the code CYBEREMME at checkout to get this discount.
Beauty Gear Deals
Skin Gym High-Frequency Wand for Breakouts for $71 ($24 off)
Skin Gym (Enter CYBERMONDAY25 at Checkout)
High-frequency treatments are often used to fight acne by attacking bacterial inflammation, and this wand brings that salon treatment home. The Skin Gym one is on the higher end. There are cheaper ones out there, but we haven’t tried them and are unsure if they’re safe to use, so we welcome this slight discount.
Foreo UFO Mask Infusing Facial Device for $120 ($80 off)
Amazon, Foreo ($129),
Sephora ($129), Dermstore ($129)
We recommended the Foreo UFO in our Mother’s Day and Father’s Day gift guides. The small, handheld device can be customized with an app to add heat, cryotherapy, vibrations, and LED lights to your otherwise basic skincare routine.
Mighty Patch Original Pimple Patches for $10 ($3 off)
Hero Cosmetics (Enter 2020BFCM at Checkout), Amazon (Not on Sale)
Mighty Patches are the superior pimple patch in my humble opinion, and during Cyber Monday all the options are 20 percent off. The Originals are best for most people, but there’s large patches, an extra invisible option, and a variety pack. I also love the Rescue Balm when I give in and pop or pick a pimple.
ZitSticka Killa Kit Pimple Patches for $22 ($7 off) and Press Refresh Masks for $27 ($9 off)
ZitSticka (Enter WEIRDYEAR25 at Checkout)
Frankly, ZitSticka is far too expensive for the amount of product you’re getting—eight patches and five masks in these kits. But they are nice. The patches have microdarts for those deep, cystic pimples that far outstay their welcome. The Press Refresh masks are made of cooling hydrogel, and did actually calm a full-cheek breakout that I (Medea) recently had.
Gift With Purchase at Elate Cosmetics
Elate is unfortunately not having a typical percentage-off sale, but the company is planting one tree for every product purchased (typically it does one tree per order). Plus, there are some free gifts with purchases of $60 or more. We like Elate’s products, and its ethos. The company uses sustainable packaging and creates as little waste as possible.
T3 Lucea ID Hair Straightener for $176 ($59 off)
T3Micro (Enter HOLIDAY25 at Checkout)
This is one of the best flat irons I (Medea) have ever tried, and part of an upcoming beauty gift guide. Its digital display has settings for hair texture, length, and if the hair is color treated in order to automatically set the right temperature. It makes beautiful curls too.
Miss Jessie’s Curly Hair Products Buy One Get One 50 Percent Off Sale
Miss Jessie’s (Enter BOGO5020 at Checkout)
I went through years of struggling with my curly hair, only to be amazed by every single one of Miss Jessie’s hair products—a company founded by two sisters. My absolute holy grail products, though, are the Leave in Condish and Pillow Soft Curls.
Ulta Cyber Monday Sale
Like many stores, Ulta is hosting a huge sale. We tend to prefer Ulta over Sephora here at WIRED because its free rewards program translates to actual cash off future orders, and the store sells both luxury and affordable products. (Sephora has a rewards program too, but points are redeemed for samples and trial-sized products.) Here are some of our favorites:
More Makeup Sales
Many of our favorite independent cosmetics manufacturers are having sales. These are some of our top picks.
Alleyoop Pen Pal for $20 ($5 off): Alleyoop is 20 percent off sitewide through November 30 and is one of our favorites for packing light. The whole lineup is multi-purpose or multi-use, and the products are actually good. We might not be traveling these days, but everything is still perfectly stocking-sized. The discount applies automatically during checkout.
RCMA No Color Powder for $11 ($4 off) with code CHEERS: This brand is well-known to professional makeup artists and it basically never goes on sale. The 25 percent off code applies sitewide, including this fan favorite no-color powder.
Colourpop Cosmetics Super Shock Shadow for $4 ($2 off): One of our favorite affordable beauty brands is 30 percent off storewide all week. The Super Shock Shadows are particularly great for five-minute makeup ahead of important Zoom meetings.
Cyber Monday Retailer Pages
Here are some of the other major sales going on right now.
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