Just by Shopping at Marshalls You Can Save $154 on These 8 Major Beauty Buys

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The only thing better than treating yourself to a luxury beauty product? Treating yourself to a luxury beauty product at, like, half of its usual price.

Today, Marshalls has made all of our discount shopping dreams come true with the launch of its first ever foray into e-commerce, which means that all of the A++ skin-care products that you used to have to schlep to a store for are now available online. We're talking brands like SK-II, Dr. Perricone, and even La freakin' Prairie, available with the click of the "add to cart" button. While we've been shopping the digital discount aisles of TJ Maxx for what seems like forever, this is the first time we've been able to do so by way of its sister store.

Check out the beauty buys we're most excited about, and please note the b-a-n-a-n-a-s prices. Clearly I'm excited, because I just quoted Gwen Stefani. Shop our picks below.

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La Prairie Skin Caviar Essence-in-Lotion, $199

Nothing will make you feel more luxurious than slathering your face with a La Prairie Lotion, especially knowing that you got it for two-thirds of the usual price.  It's literally made with caviar, and hydrates, firms, and conditions skin all while making you look instantly richer. Just kidding. But not.

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Sisley Botanical Gentle Facial Buffing Cream, $70

Another bougie French brand you can now grab at Marshalls.com? Sisley, whose Botanical Gentle Facial Buffing Cream exfoliates skin, and promises to "sweep away dead cells and impurities" while also refining skin texture. Yes, please.

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SK-II Facial Treatment Clear Lotion, $60

SK-II's Facial Treatment Lotion is a holy grail product among many of the beauty elite. It serves as a triple threat for exfoliating, hydrating, and balancing your skin's pH, and as a long-time user I can confirm it is definitely worth adding to your own personal collection. Especially for only 60 bucks.

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Dr. Jart Clear Lover Rubber Mask, $8

Not only will Dr. Jart's infamous Rubber Mask scare the hell out of your roommate, but it will also leave you with clear pores and extra-smooth skin. Consider this 8 dollars well spent.

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Lumina NRG Anti Aging Ultrasonic Cream Infuser, $90

In addition to the luxury lotions and potions, Marshalls is also selling some legit beauty tools. There's your usual gua sha and facial rollers, but perhaps the most exciting available option is this one, from Lumina. It works to reduce fine lines while also helping your products sink into your skin more deeply, giving you the most possible bang for your discounted buck.

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Farmacy Bright On Massage Vitamin C Mask, $20

One of my personal fave brands can also be plucked from the virtual shelves of Marshalls—try this this brightening clay mask with vitamin C for only $20—significantly less than the usual $38 you'll find it for elsewhere.

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Acure Brightening Glow Serum, $8

On the even more affordable front, you can also get certain drugstore products—like this glow serum from Acure—for less than you'd find them for at your local CVS. Consider this serum an antioxidant shot for your skin, which will leave it radiant and protected from the elements.

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Clarins Suncare Body Cream, $25

Considering the fact that you should be wearing sunscreen every day, each bottle you buy shouldn't last you that long... which makes getting it at a discount highly appealing. This SPF 50 from Clarins has a velvety finish that you'll love to layer underneath your makeup (or wear on its own!).

Another place we love to score affordable beauty products? Trader Joe's. And, of course, the aisles of the local drugstore

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