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Kahina Giving Beauty: Get 20 percent off all products and win a Kahina argan oil!


Proving that natural products really DO work is Kahina Giving Beauty, loaded with effective ingredients like argan oil. Try them this week and get 20 percent off!

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Get your skin in shape for spring: Kahina Giving Beauty Basics balance, brighten, and banish breakouts. This week only the trio costs $68 with code: WELL20 (regularly $85)

“Do natural products work?” I can’t tell you how many times we get that question!

Kahina Giving Beauty is one of the organic brands we point to as a powerhouse (AKA super-effective) product line.

It’s based on the rejuvenating properties of argan oil, which can balance and brighten skin, and banish breakouts. (Not kidding.)

We hear that Gwyneth has picked up the Serum

And 25 percent of Kahina’s profits go back to the women’s co-operatives in Morocco that source this pure oil.

If you’ve been wanting to try it—or stock up on your faves—Kahina’s offering a super sweet deal for Well+Good Readers this week only: Get 20% off on all products with code: WELL20

BONUS: Have you tried Kahina, or really, really wanted to? Tell us why you love it (or are ready to) in the Comments, below, and be entered to win a 100 ml Kahina 100% Argan Oil, a retail value of $82!

Here are the products we’re adding to our shopping cart—and the ingredients we love:

Kahina facial cleanser

What: Kahina Facial Cleanser (Regularly $56; for Well+Good Readers this week $44.80)
Why: Papaya enzymes in this exfoliating cleanser dissolve dirt and dead skin cells for clearer and/or brighter skin. Willowbark extract helps eliminate bacteria and breakouts, while argan oil replaces lost moisture. Ideal for combo skin (and the lazy).

 

Kahina Argan Oil

What: Kahina 100% Organic Argan Oil (Reg. $82; Well+Good Readers $65.60)
Why: We heart facial oil! And this one’s a skin-care home run. Argan’s antioxidants and omegas nourish, soothe, and smooth skin. It boosts radiance and elasticity—and pretty much hits all the factors making good skin possible. Not kidding.

 

Kahina Antioxidant Mask

What: Kahina Antioxidant Mask ($62; Well+Good Readers $49.60)
Why: Get this—it infuses skin with antioxidants from argan oil, pomegranate, and acai while the rassoul clay draws out your pore-clogging impurities. Facial. In. A. Jar.

 

Kahina Eye Cream

What: Kahina Eye Cream ($65; Well+Good Readers $52)
Why: Puffiness and dark circles get a skin-firming, moisture-infusion, while sea fennel helps flush away signs of sleeplessness (or salty snacks or Sauvignon Blanc). Watch out for poaching boyfriends or best friends, who’ll want your eye cream for themselves.

 

Kahina Toning Mist

What: Kahina Toning Mist ($46; Well+Good Readers $36.80)
Why: We use it before the Argan Oil (best practices) and after work when we’re dried out. Adding dewiness back is hydrating sodium hyaluronate (it draws 1,000 times its weight in water to the skin), calming Moroccan desert rose, and pore-refining willow bark.

 

Shop now! This amazing deal ends on midnight Saturday, March 17. (We recommend buying the eye cream before St. Patrick’s Day.)

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