Too often, we hit empties status with our favorite beauty products, leaving us to scrounge around for a decent backup while hurriedly re-ordering our go-tos and not-so-patiently awaiting their arrival. But rather than repeatedly subjecting ourselves to this inconvenience, we’ve discovered a hack: Amazon’s Premium Beauty shop.
This carefully selected edit of products includes the latest in skincare, fragrances, nails, hair products, makeup, and game-changing devices (we see you, NuFACE) from our fave brands, all with the Prime delivery promise. We’re talking a speedy re-up of Sunday Riley (seriously, what would we do without Good Genes?!), ASAP restocking on Laneige’s cult-loved overnight lip masks, a quick refill of Caudalie’s viral clay mask, fast fills on Oribe best-sellers, and more.
Avoid that last-pump slump of despair. Get familiar with the standout premium beauty products carried on Amazon so you’re ready to add them to your cart as needed—they’ll be at your doorstep before your next hair wash or skin cycle.
Oribe’s salon-quality, high-performance haircare products are as synonymous with sleek and luxurious packaging as they are with its signature Côte d’Azur scent that washes over you with every use. The gold lust nourishing oil and repair and restore shampoo and conditioner are game-changing for damaged stands, and the color-enhancing bundle is a must-have for extending and protecting the life of your gorgeous color. Don’t sleep on the Alchemy collection—each product comes in a recyclable paper-based outer carton made from materials certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
Sunday Riley’s line is specifically formulated for acne-prone skin. However, the brand’s famous Good Genes lactic acid formula is one of those gentle exfoliants we’d happily use for the rest of our lives regardless of our breakout and pore sitch. Likewise for the C.E.O. 15% Vitamin C Brightening Serum and Luna Retinol Sleeping Anti-Aging Night Face Oil—it feels nourishing and lives up to its name, revealing a glowier complexion the next morning.
You know and love NuFACE for its at-home facial toning devices that use microcurrent technology (and if you haven’t tried any of them yet, chances are sky high that you’ve definitely wanted to, right?). They’re so good that a missed appointment with your derm or facialist is nothing to stress over—especially when you’ve got the brand’s extra attachments and skincare to target fine lines and wrinkles.
It’s not just K-beauty fans—pretty much all beauty-obsessed shoppers are familiar with this South Korean line of water-based products. Come for the ultra-hydrating lip masks, and stay for the brand’s newest water bank line of hyaluronic acid-boosted formulas, including a cleanser, cream moisturizer, toner, and serum.
This dermatologist-developed skincare brand has been creating innovative products for more than 30 years and is backed by tons of clinical research. While the chemical peels are the most well-known, the robust line of skin care products is chock-full of hits, from retinol and toner to the sheer tint sunscreen and insanely skin-drenching hyaluronic acid overnight face mask.
Caudalie is a très chic luxury French skincare line specializing in Vinotherapy, a process where grape and grapevine extracts are put to work in its formulations. It’s resulted in best-selling products like the viral Instant Detox Clay Mask (a blessing for clogged pores), firming Resveratrol-Lift serum, and plumping Premier Cru moisturizer (both of which are wrinkle-fighting wonders).
At this point, no one will argue with positioning sunscreen as the most crucial skincare product of all—dermatologists preach it like gospel. EltaMD is one of the most derm-recommended brands for powerful UV protection, coming in numerous gentle formulas to suit many skin tones and concerns, from acne-prone to athletic. And for dry winter skin, don’t sleep on the body cream—it feels decadent while sinking into skin quickly, meaning you won’t have to worry about pulling clothes on over still-sticky limbs.
Laura Lajiness Kaupke is a freelance writer and editor covering fashion, accessories, and lifestyle topics, including beauty, home, fitness, and travel. You can see her work across various outlets, including VOGUE, Harper’s BAZAAR, ELLE, Marie Claire, InStyle, Glamour, Esquire, Women’s Health, Brides, The Zoe Report, Popsugar, Refinery 29, Coveteur, Byrdie, Well+Good, The Editorialist, among other titles and brands. Laura has worked in the fashion industry for over 11 years and held senior fashion editor positions at Popsugar and The Zoe Report, with additional experience as a copywriter and fashion publicist.