Shoppers have snagged over 10,000 bottles of the discounted product.

By Christie Calucchia
May 14, 2020
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While celebrity-loved skincare products are often financially out of reach, sometimes a sale comes around that makes them more accessible. For instance, right now Peter Thomas Roth, a skincare brand A-listers like Kim Kardashian and Margot Robbie are known to use, is offering one of its powerful anti-aging products for a whopping 80 percent off.

Normally a luxury product only available to those willing to spend $200 in the name of skincare, the Un-Wrinkle Eye Concentrate is on sale for $40 — but just for a few more days. This majorly discounted price is good through May 17; then, at the stroke of midnight ET, it will turn back into a pumpkin (a.k.a. a wildly expensive aspirational beauty find). All you have to do is enter the promo code SUPEREYE at checkout to unlock the savings.

So what exactly goes into a $200 eye cream? This one contains a high concentration of key anti-aging ingredients, including a neuropeptide called SYN-AKE that helps smooth out fine lines and wrinkles and another dubbed 10% SNAP-8, which targets expression lines around the eyes and forehead. It also features skincare regulars like glycerin for hydration and anti-inflammatory aloe.

Ophthalmologist-approved, the product is even safe for those with sensitive eyes and contact-wearers. The brand recommends patting a small amount of the concentrate under and around the eyes twice a day in order to see results.

It’s been less than a week since the promotion began, and Peter Thomas Roth has sold over 10,000 bottles of the Un-Wrinkle Eye Concentrate at this low price. Visit the site now to place your order while you still can.

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This story originally appeared on InStyle.com.