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When is Black Friday this year?

In 2023, Black Friday will be on November 24.

But what is Black Friday?

Black Friday is a day known worldwide as the biggest shopping event of the entire year. This event has its origins in the United States and is celebrated the day after Thanksgiving, which falls on the fourth Thursday in November. Thus, Black Friday takes place on the fourth Friday in November. It was considered the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the United States, and now, in much of the world.

The term "Black Friday" has been used since the 1960s to describe the day when many retail stores offer deep discounts and special deals on their products. It is called "Black" because it is assumed that businesses go from being in the red (losses) to being in the black (profits) thanks to the massive sales that occur on that day.

In addition, on Black Friday, consumers usually take advantage of these offers to buy Christmas gifts and other products at lower prices on the weekend and also take advantage of "Cyber ​​Monday", which is celebrated on the first following Monday but focusing on discounts on purchases in line.

Together, Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday mark the beginning of the holiday shopping season and offer consumers the opportunity to find products at lower prices.

History and Origin of Black Friday

As we mentioned previously, Black Friday has its origins in the United States, where it is celebrated the day after Thanksgiving. Although it is not known with certainty how this term originated, there are several theories about it. One of the most popular theories is that the name "Black Friday" refers to the fact that this day marks the moment when stores go from being "in the red" (i.e., with losses) to "in the black" (i.e., with profits) thanks to the large sales that occur during this day. This theory makes sense, as Black Friday is a day when stores offer incredible discounts and deals to attract shoppers and increase their sales. Another theory suggests that the term "Black Friday" originated in Philadelphia in the 1990s. 1960, when local police began using this term to refer to the chaos and congestion that occurred in the city due to the large crowds of shoppers who flocked to stores during the day after Thanksgiving. Despite its Uncertain origin, Black Friday has become a very popular event around the world, and every year more stores offer incredible discounts and deals during this day. In short, Black Friday is a unique opportunity for those who are committed with their skin care and want to take advantage of this opportunity.

Black Friday: offers on cosmetics and beauty products

This Black Friday discover the exclusive surprises on our website for all our LUZEROS. Find anti-aging products, high protection sunscreens and routines for radiant skin. Don't miss this opportunity to take care of yourself and save at the same time!

Stay tuned for our communications and make the most of Black Friday and give your skin the gift it deserves. Do not miss it!

Best prices on anti-wrinkle products, serums, facial creams, masks...

This Black Friday is a special occasion to offer incredible discounts on some of our most popular products. In our store we will offer discounts on some of our most popular collections that favor all skin types. It is also possible that the store offers discounts on some of their newest products, so it's important to keep an eye on the latest news.