This Sunday Riley Sale Will Score You *2* Bottles of the Good Genes Treatment That PureWow Editors Swear By

The more Good Genes, the better

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A close up of two bottles of Sunday Riley's Good Genes Treatment.

Guess what? You can get 30 percent off a bundle of Sunday Riley's most coveted product—the Good Genes Treatment ($153; $107)—right now at QVC. This means saving $46 on *two* bottles of our go-to, though technically, you'll be saving even more since two 1-ounce bottles would typically cost you $170 (yep, they usually go for $85 each!). So hurry, because this deal won't last long, and after reading our review of the skincare staple, you're *so* gonna want to stock up. Here's what you need to know about the skin-saving essential.

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What Does Good Genes Do?

Good Genes is basically the anti-aging treatment of your dreams. Formulated with 5% lactic acid to slough off dead skin cells, aid in clearing your complexion and boost collagen production, it covers a lot of your skincare needs, which is why countless people, including PureWow editors, swear by it. Plus, it's gentle enough for most skin types, which we determined in our review.

Some of us use it in the morning to blur imperfections, while others lather it on before bed to help regenerate skin cells overnight. "To convince you of Good Genes’ greatness, I could tell you how it makes my skin look glowier and plumper in a matter of minutes. Or I could tell you about how, over time, it’s evened out my skin tone and made it feel softer than ever," says PureWow Wellness Director Sarah Stiefvater. Meanwhile, Olivia Dubyak, PureWow's commerce editor, says it really comes in handy in the winter, when her face builds up with dead skin the most. "Using this a few times a week before bed is a godsend to help soften my face and allow my other products to penetrate the surface more effectively," she says.

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Other editors rave about how Good Genes doesn't feel sticky or watery and how smooth it leaves their skin. "I've used Good Genes for years and found it to be one of the most hydrating and brightening products," Senior Food Editor Katherine Gillen adds.

So, as you can see, it really lives up to the hype, which is all the more reason to take advantage of the duo deal, which gets you two bottles for just $107. Because trust us, once you get your hands on it, you'll want another one and another one, so you never run out. You'll see.

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Olivia Dubyak is PureWow's Commerce Editor and textbook Capricorn. She studied journalism at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but has gone from New York City to...

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Brianna Lapolla formerly held the role of Senior Commerce Editor at PureWow covering all things shopping across beauty, fashion, and lifestyle. Now, she's putting her 12 years of...

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