We Spy the Sunday Riley C.E.O. Glow Oil on Sale for a Steal Right Now (But It Won't Be for Long)

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What do Oprah, Drew Barrymore and Victoria Beckham have in common (besides slaying in their field)? As it turns out, they're all fans of buzzy skincare brand Sunday Riley—so the brand's products must be good, right? If you're asking us, the answer is a resounding "heck yes," especially if we're talking about the C.E.O. Glow Oil that one PureWow editor claims transformed her skin in just under two months.

The reason we're bringing it to your attention now? Well, for one, it's on sale ahead of the QVC Big Beauty Sale, along with loads more Sunday Riley products—from the Juno Antioxidant + Superfood Face Oil (was $72, now $54) to the Ceramic Slip Cleanser (was $35, now $26). Although the sale officially kicks off on August 12 (and runs through August 25), QVC is giving us the chance to shop the preview deals early—and let's just say you'll want to take advantage while the fan-favorite oil is marked down as low as $30. And here's the icing on the cake: All new customers can enjoy an additional $30 discount off orders of $60 or more with coupon code NEWQVC30.

Since you'll want to get a move on shopping (because it *will* sell out), we'll cut to what makes the C.E.O. Glow Oil a must-have in your beauty cabinet. Besides the fact that it has a huge following on TikTok (with two million views and counting), the product also sold PureWow's own commerce editor, Olivia Dubyak, on its ability to brighten her complexion and minimize dark spots at lightning speed. The oil is packed with a high dose of vitamin C, which studies suggest can do everything from reduce redness to promote collagen production. Other hero ingredients, like golden turmeric and cranberry seed oil, are formulated to work together to help hydrate and nourish skin for a more youthful appearance. But does it actually make your skin glow? According to Dubyak and this TikTok user, it sure does—and then some.

As many fans of the stuff agree, it really does live up to the hype. Even QVC shoppers can't resist raving about it in the review section. One shares, "To say I am obsessed with the C.E.O. Glow Oil would be an understatement...It gives the prettiest glow, smells amazing, moisturizes and hydrates my skin without feeling greasy, and really makes me feel put-together when I wake up. I also use [it] under makeup, and it looks amazing!"

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If you happen to be a newbie to Sunday Riley, it would be wise to stock up on the brand's other coveted products on sale while you're at it. Mainly, the Sunday Riley Desert Island skincare kit for as low as $110 (was $160), featuring three of the brand's top sellers: The Auto Correct Eye Cream, C.E.O. Afterglow Brightening Vitamin C Gel Cream and Good Genes All-In-One Lactic Acid Treatment.

What can we say? Any mention of Good Genes, and we're totally on board. After all, its genius formula—featuring 5% lactic acid, licorice, lemongrass and aloe—has the power to slough off dead skin, clear complexions and instantly hydrate, at least according to our editor reviews.

Needless to say, you won't want to waste any time before scooping up all these goodies. But again, we'd suggest getting your hands on that C.E.O. Glow Oil first—at this price, it probably won't be around for long.

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Destinee Scott

Associate Sales and Deals Editor

Destinee Scott is PureWow’s Associate Sales and Deals Editor. She’s been chasing sales and deals for a decade and knows a good one when she sees one for fashion, home, beauty...