At this point, it should come as no surprise that Trader Joe’s is a go-to spot for quality, budget-friendly food. Remember that Trader Joe’s holiday party we threw last year for around $250? Beyond TJ’s culinary offerings, though, you may be interested to know that the beauty section is worth checking out as well. We are here to give you eight reasons to take a stroll down the Trader Joe’s beauty aisle — fab products at affordable prices. What more could a gal want?
1. All for One Formula No. 3 Shampoo, Conditioner & Body Wash — $7.99
Stock your shower with this multi-tasker that is perfect for the whole family. The shampoo, conditioner and body wash trio is richly scented with bergamot, lemon, sage, clary, ginger and jasmine, and it’s pH balanced and hypoallergenic … Nice!
2. Head to Toe Moisturizing Balm — $3.99
Hydrate from head to toe and relieve dry skin with this balm’s combination of shea butter, mango seed butter, cocoa seed butter, oat kernel flour extract, apricot kernel and macadamia seed oil. Not only can it cure dry skin, but it can also be used on hair and beards. The balm features scents of orange peel, lavender, rosemary and eucalyptus leaf. Throw it in your bag and take it everywhere you go.
3. Nourish Oil-Free Antioxidant Facial Moisturizer — $5.99
You might want to hide this one as everyone in your household is sure to fight over the facial moisturizer. Supermoisturizers, glycerin, shea butter, aloe, retinol and green tea soothe your skin without causing breakouts.
4. Spa Lavender Hand & Body Lotion — $4.99
Lavender mixes with sunflower, lemon and oat-derived beta glucan in this hand and body lotion. Although the lotion is not greasy, it is on the thicker side, and we tend to reserve this for our hands and arms. The herbal lavender scent lingers for the perfect amount of time.
5. Spa Natural Facial Cleansing Pads With Tea Tree Oil — $3.99
Tee tree oil, derived from the leaves of the tea tree, has become popular due to its ability to fight acne, cure infections and alleviate symptoms for colds and flu. In these face cleansing pads, the tee tree oil, paired with Awapuhi, orange peel and lavender, offers a strong, yet gentle cleansing. SB Tip: Don’t use this to remove eye makeup as the tee tree oil can cause irritation in the eyes.
6. Nourish All-In-One Facial Cleanser — $5.99
This facial cleanser is a dermatologist formulated cleanser that is designed to be gentle on your skin but still able to get the job done. The antioxidants help soften the skin and eliminate the drying effects of many other facial cleaners.
7. Nourish Shea Butter Hand Cream — $1.99
Some dare to say that this is the best hand cream for dry hands. The only complaint we have heard is that it does not come in a larger container! The hand cream is thick, yet fast-absorbing, making it the perfect product for daily use.
8. French Liquid Hand Soap — $3.99
Grab a few bottles of this liquid hand soap, a few for your bathroom(s) and one for your kitchen. You will want the orange blossom honey within arms reach each time you wash your hands. The wash is mild enough for daily use, and the natural oils keep your hands smooth.