Amazon just launched a skincare line -- and everything is under $40




 

It's no secret that Amazon is pretty much the ultimate one-stop-online-shop. From cleaning products and linens to food and clothing, Amazon covers all it all. But this spring, the online mecca took their offerings to the next level by launching a dedicated skincare line: meet Belei.

The 12 piece skincare line, sold exclusively on Amazon.com, has a product for almost any skincare concern you might be dealing with, like acne, dehydrated skin and fine lines. Plus, all of their items are free of sulfates, parabens and phthalates!

In a press release, the team at Amazon expanded on their inspiration behind the new collection.

"Our goal is to help customers spend less time and money searching for the right skincare solutions," said Kara Trousdale, Head of Beauty for Private Brands on Amazon.com. "We took a simple, no-nonsense approach when creating Belei, developing products with ingredients that are both proven to deliver results and also offer customers great value for the quality."

You can shop the entire Belei collection in the gallery above and learn more on Amazon.

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