This $14 Moisturizer Is the Most Popular Product on Amazon Right Now

Amazon Prime Day 2018 is here, which means over 100,000 reduced Amazon products and countless deals on beauty and personal-care products.

According to PopSugar, thousands of beauty lovers are taking advantage of the sale, and they must all have good taste, because the top-trending product of the entire event is Baebody Retinol Moisturizer Cream.

Thanks to Prime Day, the cream has been reduced from $40 to a super-manageable $14 — especially when you consider that over-the-counter retinol products can run fairly upmarket.

As for the product itself, Baebody Retinol Moisturizer Cream is 71 percent organic and formulated with green tea and jojoba oil. Even better, it contains vitamin B5, shea butter, and hyaluronic acid, all moisturizing and plumping agents that will help keep skin soft and hydrated even as retinol does its irritating, potentially flaking, but overall skin-smoothing and tightening thing.

As PopSugar points out, almost 3,300 customers have reviewed the cream (80 percent of which are high-quality reviews, according to Amazon review watchdog FakeSpot). The brand's eye gel is already an Amazon shopper favorite, with over 8,000 reviews citing Baebody as their straight-up bae.

As Prime Day shoppers apparently know, retinol is part of a balanced skincare routine when used properly. Still, it's an ingredient that can often go overlooked — it has a bad reputation for causing irritation and redness as your skin adjusts to the potency. But shoppers are raving for Baebody's version: "I am 79 and I can see a difference after one week," wrote one reviewer. "This is a great facial moisturizer and I have seen results in 10 days. After 3 or 4 days I could tell my face looked healthier and it definitely felt healthier," agreed another.

The only catch? You have to be a member to shop the sale, which means it's time to hit up your ex's aunt's neighbor — or slide into the DMs of anyone you suspect has an account — for access to the Prime-only prices.

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