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Last weekend I was at a local shopping center, and decided to stop by Priceline to look at their stuff.
When I walked in I spotted a bargain/ discount bin and to my surprise+happiness it had lots of natural skincare products in it! Lately I`ve been really into natural skincare with minimal chemicals in them.
When I looked I saw they had a few Burt`s Bees products such as shampoos and conditioners reduced to $5! which is very cheap as according to their website they usually cost about $20 a bottle, but they were ones for dyed hair and I don`t have dyed hair. they also had the Burt`s Bees `garden tomato` toner reduced to 5$ and the regular price for it is $24.95! So I thought that it would be a good one to try, and I`ve never used toner before and it says that it`s for oily skin so I got it.
They also had foaming cleansers, cream cleansers and moisturisers from a brand I`d never heard of before, called gaia skincare. It says they use organic ingredients, that they are ACO (Australian Organic Certified), Are Australian made and owned, vegan, no animal testing and that they are free from parabens, petrochemicals, mineral oils, artificial fragrance, sulphates etc. these were also reduced to $5, so I got the foaming cleanser + facial moistureiser looking on their website i found out they are usually $12.95 each
their website is: http://www.gaiaskinnaturals.com/
Burt`s Bee`s toner $5 (originally $24.95)
Gaia foaming cleanser $5 (originally $12.95)
Gaia facial moisturiser $5 (originally $12.95)
the 3 products cost $15 together
If I`d bough them full price they would have cost $50.85
So I saved $35.85 :D
So if you are at Priceline (or any shop) don`t forget to look at their bargain box, you never know what you might find! :)
Sorry, the photos are a bit blurry :(
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