Sephora VIB Sale Picks and Wishlist

by Jamie Sanford on April 23, 2019

The Sephora VIB sale is back!

As in years past, Sephora is back with this event.The discounts are as follows for this year!

Rouge members get 20% off with code HEYROUGE April 26-May 6

VIB members get 15% off May 2-May 6

Beauty Insiders get 10% off May 2-May 6

This is a great time to try something new that you haven’t pulled the trigger on, or to stock up on a favorite product that you know you will re-purchase anyway.

I’ve created the widget below with a combination of favorite products that I would definitely recommend, and a few things I’ve been interested in trying and might pick up during this sale event.

I am most excited for the new Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer Stick, the NARS Orgasm lip tint, and the Shiseido Refreshing Cleansing Water.

Check them out below, and tweet me with your picks of products for the Sephora VIB Sale.

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I have moderately dry skin, but do not moisturize it nearly enough. Mostly this is because of the inevitable greasiness that comes with covering yourself with cream/body butter/etc. I have used body oil in the past, the Bio Oil that was recommended to me ages ago by a friend, and it did make my skin feel good, but there was a long period of feeling like I was covered in oil for too long after application. I stopped using that and have tried lots of moisturizers since.

Enter the Kiehl’s Since 1851 Creme de Corps Nourishing Dry Body Oil.

I wish I could remember who recommended it or which YouTube channel that I heard about it on, because this stuff is amazing. I purchased the small bottle from Sephora to try it out, and I’m a third of the way through it after about a month.

I either spray it right onto my skin, or into my hand, for more precise application. I rub it in with my hand, and the speed with which it soaks into my skin is incredible. It definitely leaves me with a bit of sheen, but nothing like I’ve experienced with oils in the past, because it doesn’t feel wet. (The dry oil thing is no lie!)

This product is a game-changer for me, because the texture of my skin is markedly improved after regular use. I’m not sure that this wouldn’t be the case with another moisturizing product, but the issue there was that I never used them regularly enough to find out because I was too irritated about being greasy.

If you also have this problem, I cannot recommend that you try this product enough. I am definitely a convert.

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I have been randomly exposed to Peter Thomas Roth products for the last few years. I was really excited when Nouveau Cheap told me about a Memorial Day sale that Peter Thomas Roth was having on travel-sized products, as it was the perfect time to try out a number of products for both William and me.

This is the first email I received, when I signed up to receive emails. This is simple and lovely. Things go weirdly downhill from here.

This is outright depressing after the first one.


  • Not pretty at all. I know they can make more beautiful emails since I just received one.
  • No indication of how long I should expect to wait before my order ships. Why isn’t this standard practice by now?
  • NoReply email addresses are the most unfriendly. You can indicate somewhere else that no one should reply, and make the email address that a customer sees something lovely like
    • The from name in my gmail inbox was simply “Noreply.” At least change the name of your NoReply email address to your company name.

This is not better! The same unfortunate email address and from name, an ugly link that could certainly be hidden under a button or link that says “track my shipment,” and again, no design elements to speak of.

This is a mid-to-high end skincare brand, and the products are legitimately great, but this lack of attention to detail is disappointing.

If anyone at Peter Thomas Roth would like to talk to me about a site consultation, please contact me.



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