Whole Foods Beauty Products Sale All This Week!

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I love Whole Foods. Seriously, I love everything about Whole Foods, aside from the salad bar which I don’t eat anywhere. This store is incredible and they’ve just captured the hearts of just about every known beauty product user in America. Well, those that live near a store I guess. Why?

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Because…The beauty products are officially 25% off!

Typically when I walk into a Whole Foods, I end up right where I intended to end up. Most of the time I end up either in the coffee section where I sneak a pastry or the juice bar where I down a ginger shot. When I’m not at either of those areas, I’m at the self-serve peanut butter machine.

I could literally eat a whole container of that honey roasted peanut butter in one sitting. Very rarely do I end up in the beauty section. However, if you’re one that tends to gravitate towards the beauty section, then you’re in luck because this week they are officially 25% off.

Everything is 25% off too and it is through March 27th! You can pick up lots of your favorite skin care, hair care, makeup brands and even nail polish. They are all 25% off and it’s all in celebration of an annual Beauty Week celebration.

If you’re looking for skin and hair products, then you just hit the jackpot especially if you know how costly shopping at Whole Foods can be. It doesn’t matter what you’re looking for, whether it’s a vitamin C serum, conditioner, or eye serum, they have it for sale.

The good news is that shopping at Whole Foods for skin and hair products means you’re totally avoiding any ingredients that might be harmful.

They took things even a step further today, offering beauty bags filled with products valued at about $100 and the bags only cost $20. Brands included in the bags are those that you most definitely know. Pacifica, Alba, and Dr.Hauschka were all in the bags. Goodies for every Whole Foods fanatic or at least those who are quick enough to get their hands on one!

Since I’m writing about this store now’s a good time to mention something. If you’ve never in your life attempted to take the natural or organic route when it comes to skin, hair, and nail treatment, then I strongly suggest you do so. With discounts like this, you can afford to try something new. I’m not saying you should make a change forever, but sometimes change is a good thing especially when it’s in the name of your health and wellness.

Skin Care Products Sold At Whole Foods

While I’ve still got your attention, I wanted to fill you in on some of the brands that are sold at Whole Foods.

They’ve got a ton of different types of products which they sell. I’ll try and cover some of them right here for you starting with the Alaffia Good Soap. This soap is handmade and the ingredients used are all Fair Trade ingredients. The bar will only cost you $3.95. Looking for a hyaluronic serum? Well, they’ve got you covered with MyChelle Hyaluronic Hydrating Serum. This typically costs about $44 but you can get it this week at 75% retail price. It may be the answer to hydrating your skin.

If you’re dealing with dry skin, then you’ll want to give the Weleda Skin Food a try. The 2.5-ounce product normally costs $19 and it’s used by celebs in Hollywood. Yes, that’s how good it is. Looking for an on-the-go beauty product? Pick up some of the Organic Virgin Coconut Oil packets priced at $1.49 each. If you need a makeup remover on the go, then this is the way to go.

Whole Foods also sells this Derma E Microdermabrasion Scrub which costs $30. It’s a gentle, yet effective scrub that consumers seem to go crazy over. If you can’t afford to hit the spa this weekend, then head to the store and get this at a discounted rate! You’ll be happy to hear that this contains salt from the Dead Sea and volcanic sand. I mean, that’s pretty awesome and affordable too.

Whole Foods Beauty Products Sale All This Week!
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Brandon Sirrico

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Brandon Sirrico is a well-versed marketing expert with a background in finance. He holds an MBA from Florida International University and an undergrad from Northeastern. A former bodybuilder, he's a dedicated gym rat who provides many updates on health and diet as well as reactions to trending skin care topics.

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