BUZZWORTHY BEAUTY: Spring Beauty Must-Haves Available at Costco
April 9, 2015
I’m all about saving time (and money) when it comes to shopping. And although many of you might already shop at Costco for your daily household items (ahem, bulks of paper towels, dishwasher soap…etc.etc.) did you know you can get upscale beauty products there too?! Yep, while the hubby stares at rows of 60” HD TV’s, I like to sneak away and head to their beauty section.
I have been shopping at Costco for almost eight years now, but never really knew about all the beauty brands they carried until my sister told me about it (she’s a bargain shopper herself). Not only did I find some amazing deals, but I’m also able to save time since I don’t have to make multiple stops at different stores—always a plus when you have a toddler in tow.
Here are some of my favorite spring beauty buys you might want to keep an eye out for next time you’re there:
Olay Fresh Outlast Body Wash: There’s nothing like starting your morning with an invigorating body wash. I personally love these from Olay. It comes in several yummy scents from champagne mango and white ginger, soothing orchid and black currant, crisp pear and fuji apple, and cooling white strawberry and mint (my favorite). It also contains 10 times more moisturizer than regular soap, so it leaves my skin feeling very hydrated and smooth.
Gillette Venus Swirl: I live in Miami, which means I’m always on the hunt for the perfect razor so I can rock my shorts and dresses without having to worry about missed hairs. This Gillette Venus Swirl is one of my favorites. It has a Flexiball design that allows for precise contouring over curves and knees, which can always be tricky when you’re shaving. It leaves my skin looking flawless and with long-lasting smoothness. Best of all, I don’t feel the urge to steal my husband’s razor in the shower haha.
Pantene Essential Botanicals shampoo and conditioner: Lately I’ve become more conscious about products and their ingredients, which is why I LOVE this Pantene Essential Botanical shampoo and conditioner. It has no silicone, parabens or dyes, which is a big plus in my book. It also smells so good, with scents of Indian cassia and purple fig. It also leaves my hair feeling moisturized and nourished, which is really important since I spend a lot of time with my husband and son at the beach or the pool (and those harsh chemicals can really dry out my hair).
Have you shopped for beauty products at Costco before? What are some of your favorite purchases?
This post is brought to you in collaboration with Costco and The Style Coalition. All opinions, as always are my own.