It’s fair to say that skin and hair care products are getting more and more expensive. With all the hair and skin care products available to the public, I don’t understand why it’s so hard to get a good price on the products that we love to use. I have been fortunate to receive products to use for free, but some of these products have become my staple products. And when I run out of these products, I can not just call the company and say I want more. I have to find a way to buy them myself! I learned when I was in High School that time and money go hand in hand. If you cannot afford to spend money, spend time searching for a better alternative. So, I have been doing a little digging on how to save money on hair and skin care products; below is what I found!
- Shop online discount stores or look for cashback deals
One of my favorite online discount stores is Hollar. With this website, you can save hundreds of dollars every year on hair and skin products. They also have free shipping on orders over $25.00. Groupon usually has great deals on shampoo, conditioner, and other hair products and tools. Ebay is also another way to find cheap products online. If you are familiar with Ebates, you know you can get up to 6.0% cashback when you shop your favorite online beauty stores like Sephora, Ulta, and Juice Beauty.
- Use online and paper coupons
I have been using honey for over 2 years and I absolutely love this site. Honey works behind the scenes while you shop to bring you the best deals. All you have to do is sign up for a free account and add the extension to your browser. I also love to clip coupons at home. The Sunday papers are the best when it comes to finding a lot of useful coupons. Some stores let you combine manufacturer’s coupons with the sale that they already have going in the store. That’s when I usually score big!
- Shop your Grocery store’s CLOSEOUT sale and store brand products
I get the best deals on hair and beauty products at grocery stores. My local Kroger for example, has a little corner where they stock products they will no longer carry in the store or will soon expire. I have bought products that still had two years left. When you buy store brand products, make sure it says compare to the name brand products. The comparison means the store uses the same active ingredients as the name brand products. The packaging might look or feel cheaper, but you are getting the same good quality products.
If you have any tips that you would like to share, please drop a line in the comment box below. I would love to know how I can save more on hair and beauty products.