My shopping trips to Costco for bulk household items and groceries would not be complete without a run to Costco’s beauty section. Yes, Costco has a beauty section… two to three aisles of personal care items, in fact (depending on which location you visit). When shopping for bulk beauty items at Costco, I tend to stock up on products like Q-tips, facial wipes and deodorant. Only recently did I begin paying attention to the savings on bulk beauty items like hair care, skin care and cosmetics available at Costco. Here are the 8 beauty brands you wouldn’t expect to find at Costco.
The Honest Company
I love The Honest Company products. This two-pack of their best-selling face and body lotion is such a deal, and is a great buy if you’re looking to try out this brand for the first time.
Bet you didn’t think you could find Dr. Brandt at Costco! His signature DNA (Do Not Age) line ranges in price from $90 to $160 at Sephora, therefore you’ll save a ton of money by picking it up at Costco.
Peter Thomas Roth
This Peter Thomas Roth mask is amazing and this price is unbeatable (compared to the retail price of $72 at Sephora). The container is huge, so don’t hesitate to split the cost with a friend and share the product.
While this drugstore brand isn’t too costly or hard to come by in big box stores, you can’t beat Costco’s bulk pricing! Grab two full size Marcelle mascaras at Costco for the price of one.
If you’re looking for a shampoo and conditioner free of sulfates and parabens, you can’t go wrong with the price of this LaCoupe two-pack. The cost of two 1L bottles is less than half the price of two 500 ml bottles at most drugstores.
StriVectin is a fan favourite of spas and celebrities. While the price tag of this beauty brand is similar to what you’d pay at the Beauty Boutique, Costco throws in some bonus travel size items to make your splurge worthwhile.
High-end beauty with a twist! Costco’s private label, Kirkland Signature, has partnered with luxury beauty brand Borghese on quality skin care and cosmetics at a deep discount. Shop their endcap display of serums, creams, moisturizers and mascaras.
If you’re obsessed with argan oil, this shampoo and conditioner by Hask Beauty is a no-brainer! Costco gives you the best bang for your buck with two 1L bottles for less than what you’d pay for three regular bottles at Walmart.
Which beauty brands have you scored at Costco? Are these beauty items worth buying in bulk?
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