Hundreds of beauty products are up to 70 percent off at Nordstrom Rack

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Nothing beats a great beauty sale, and Nordstrom Rack is probably one of the most slept-on beauty secrets of all.

Right now at Nordstrom Rack, there are hundreds of markdowns on beauty products up to 70 percent off. Think high-end hair care products, the most luxe items in skincare and more.

Of course, there’s always something worth your money in the style and beauty sections of Nordstrom, but seriously, don’t sleep on Nordstrom Rack!

The best part? Thanks to the major markdowns, you can snag many of your favorite brands and items for less than $25.

Below, you’ll find a few beauty products that are so discounted, you’ll have to look twice. And if you’re still searching for more options (because there’s a lot more), head over to Nordstrom Rack and get your shop on.

Shop: Disney Original Detangler, $7.48 (Orig. $14.99)

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Shop: Elemis Lime & Ginger Salt Glow, $17.98 (Orig. $60)

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Shop: Elemis Sea Lavender & Samphire Body Salt Scrub, $17.98 (Orig. $60)

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Shop: Clara’s Restoring Hemp Seed Oil Serum, $6.49 (Orig. $28)

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Shop: Philosophy summer tea spritzer glazed body souffle, $7.49 (Orig. $24)

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Shop: Philosophy snow angel shower gel, $26.23 (Orig. $50)

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