Whole Foods Beauty Week kicks off today! What does this mean for you? For starters, if you shop between now and March 22nd, you can score major discounts on select natural and organic beauty products. PLUS, all facial care products will be 25% off over the weekend (March 18-20).
My favorite part, however, is the hello, beauty bag! On Friday, March 18, Whole Foods stores will offer limited edition “hello, beauty” bags (pictured above) for $15 apiece. The bags are made by Riji Green, which is a business committed to ending human trafficking. Valued at $80, each bag includes products from Acure, Burt’s Bees, derma e, Dr. Hauschka, evanhealy, Mineral Fusion, MyChelle, Pacifica, Trilogy and Weleda.
So here’s what you need to do – Set your calendar and go to your closest Whole Foods Body Department THIS Friday to score a hello, beauty bag. They will go fast. They will sell out. But you need to get your hands on one. I had the opportunity of trying out the products this week and let me tell you, this bag is loaded with good stuff. I’m a big sample person – I need to try something before I commit to the full size. This is your chance to fall in love with a new products…that are so good for your skin.
A few of my favorites from the hello, beauty bag:
Burt’s Bees Lipstick! Yes, you read that right, lipstick! FINALLY! It’s a smooth, satin finish that gives you kissable lips for 8+ hours. I’m actually wearing it as I write this post. ♥
Evanhealy Rose Geranium Facial Tonic HydroSoul. Hydration and balance for your skin. I am obsessed!
Mineral Fusion Lash Curling Mascara. A rich, mineral color that is hypo-allergenic.
For the inside scoop on the rest of the six items in the hello, beauty bag, you’ll have to head to Whole Foods and grab one for yourself! However, I do happen to have two bags to giveaway. :) Definitely grab one at the store, and if you win the giveaway, gift it to your girlfriend, mom, sister – really any lovely lady in your life. She will be grateful. ♥
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But first, you need to know this – Whole Foods Market set its own standards for organic labeling on personal care products, as there are no mandatory government standards for the “organic” label claim on body care products. Interesting little tidbit, right?