¡Ay, caramba! ‘The Simpsons’ skincare line is now on Amazon

With summer coming to an end, your skin is probably parched. Between the sun, salt, chlorine and heat, it could use some major quenching.

You don’t really need more reason to buy face products, but The Face Shop developed some limited-edition skincare products inspired by summer and your favorite fictional family, The Simpsons. This line will help protect and rejuvenate your skin. Plus, you know…it’s The Simpsons.

The line includes products from all over the the skincare spectrum. From sunscreen to face masks, there’s something for every skin type. Check out the list below for a preview of some of our favorites.

You can shop the full Simpsons skincare line here.

1) Protect yourself from UV rays (and sunscreen in your eyes).

simpsons skincare Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $14.90

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2) Your skin is no host for the next episode of Itchy and Scratchy.

simpsons skincare Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $6.99+

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3) Tell your blackheads to eat your shorts.

simpsons skincare Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $5.99

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4) Skin breaking out? Don’t have a cow, man!

simpsons skincare Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $6.80+

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5) Best. Deodorant. Ever.

simpsons skincare Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon:$11.20

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6) Excellent! Sun block that won’t make you look like an oil slick. 

simpsons skincare Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $11.97

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7) Hmm…now you’ll never have to shave again!

simpsons skincare Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $16.25

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8) Hey, hey, kids! Now you can smell like flowers while you tan.

simpsons skincare Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $16.99

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Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.