SUNDAY RILEY SAYS IT'S LOWERING THE PRICE OF A CULT-FAVORITE PRODUCT, BUT SOME RETAILERS ARE STILL SELLING IT FOR OVER $100

Hollis Johnson/Insider Skin-care brand Sunday Riley recently unveiled plans to lower the price of its cult-favorite Good Genes product starting January 21. The product, which originally retailed between $105 and $158, was to be discounted for 20% both on the Sunday Riley website, and through the brand's retailers. However, HuffPost reported that retailers including Ulta Beauty, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, and Anthropologie are still selling t...

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