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Between the cold weather and holiday pig-outs, winter can totally wreck your body, outside and in. That's why today we're showcasing the best health, welless, and beauty deals of the week, in an effort to help you combat those winter body woes. Heal that wind-chapped skin with 20% off Nivea skincare, indulge in delicious holiday scents (without packing on the pounds!) with the year's best Bath & Body Works dollar-off coupon, and pick up $75 in organic food supplements for just $35.
Is It Worth It?: It may only be November, but cooler temps are already leading to dry, winter-weary skin. Give your epidermis a pick-me-up by grabbing some moisturizing goodies in this Nivea skincare sale. Prices start at just 79 cents, making this the best discount we've seen on Nivea items from drugstore.com. Stock up for the whole winter season and you'll bag free shipping on orders of $35 or more; otherwise shipping starts at $5.99.
Is It Worth It?: Pumpkin pie is the most dangerous Turkey Day treat, always finding room in your tummy when you thought you were full. Of course, you could just use this $10 off $30 coupon at Bath & Body Works and spend the whole season smelling like fresh pumpkin pie. Maybe by the time Thanksgiving rolls around, you'll be so sick of the scent that you won't even want a slice! Or maybe you'll just crave it more. Either way, this coupon is tied as the best dollar-off discount we've seen all year, so at least filling your cart will be guilt-free.
Heading to the store to check out all the scents before you buy? The discount is also available in-store via this $10 off printable coupon.
Is It Worth It?: Winter laziness and holiday treats can team up to wreck your teeth. Keep those pearly whites bright with this Oral-B electric toothbrush, which features a built-in 2-minute timer to make sure you spend the perfect amount of time brushing. The mail-in rebate makes this toothbrush a $15 savings; both your wallet and your teeth will thank you.
Is It Worth It?: As the last of the fall leaves drop away and the gray days of winter set in, it's understandable to get a little down. 5-Hydroxytryptophan is more than the best Scrabble word ever; it's an amino acid that purportedly boosts your serotonin levels. (That's science-talk for "these supplements may improve your mood" — but don't take our word for it because we majored in deals, not biochemistry.) Still, you get two bottles for $16 when you add them to your cart via Set & Save, and saving 20 bucks always makes us happy.
Looking for more vitamins and supplements to give your body a boost this winter? At Vitacost, buy one select item and get a second one for free. Better yet, add them to your cart via Set & Save to save an extra 10% off. Shipping starts at $4.99, but you can score free shipping on Vitacost-brand purchases of $25 or more. (Spend $49 or more on other brands to get free shipping on them.)
Is It Worth It?: It may seem early to think about your post-holiday detox, but you can be ready to get your body back into shape with this $75 Raw Green Organics credit. The promotional value of the credit doesn't expire until February 4, 2014, so you can take advantage of this $40 savings now and load up on gluten-free, vegan-friendly dietary supplements later.