Limited Edition Whole Foods Beauty Bag 2018 – only $20 ($100 value)
Calling all natural beauty and skincare lovers! Mark your calendars to grab this year’s Whole Foods Beauty Bag 2018 for only $20 on Friday, March 23, 2018. This limited edition bag is available in stores only, while supplies last.
Limited Edition Whole Foods Beauty Bag 2018
Where: Your local US Whole Foods Market store (in stores only)
When: Friday, March 23, 2018
How much: $20 ($100 value)
Valued at $100, the custom bag contains Whole Foods Market’s curated natural beauty favorites from Alba, Dr. Hauschka, evanhealy, Mineral Fusion, Trilogy, Weleda, W3LL People, and more. The products come in a beautiful, organic cotton bag from Piece & Co who empowers skilled artisans to created traditional textiles of exceptional quality. New to the sale and bag this year are the wide array of hair care products found in Whole Body.
I bought the WF Beauty Bag last year and discovered new favorite items that I’ve implemented into my regular skincare regimen. I get a lot of questions on what items are on my skincare shelf and how do I know what brands to use. Honestly, skincare depends on your skin type–I have combo skin most of the year and normal to dry in the winter–so I have a handful of products that I use depending on how my skin is at-the-moment. And what works for me may not work for you.
That is why I love purchasing bargain beauty bags to try which brands, formulas, and lines work with my skin. As always, I want to share with you my experience with navigating my way in the (sometimes overwhelming and saturated) skincare market and this is one of the ways how!
Get 25 percent off Natural Beauty Brands March 21-27
In honor of Beauty Week 2018, Whole Foods Market is celebrating by offering special discounts on its wide selection of natural beauty. From March 21-27, all makeup, facial care, hair care, nail polish, and makeup brushes will be 25 percent off. This is when I stock up on hair masks, face masks, cleansers, and lotions.
Did You Know?
Whole Foods Market bans more than 75 ingredients found in conventional body care products, including phthalates, microbeads, triclosan, BHT, BHA, and aluminum chlorohydrate. Whole Foods Market created its own standards for organic labeling on personal care products, as there are no mandatory government standards for “organic” claims in the body care industry.
FTC: This post is NOT sponsored. I’ve marked my own calendars to grab this bag next week. All opinions are our own.
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