February 3, 2014

Whole Foods 3 Day Sale: 25% off Facial Care Products


Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for Whole Foods Market

The once-a-year Facial Care sale hits Whole Foods Market stores this weekend, February 7th – 9th. For 3 days only, most facial care products will be 25% off. As more people focus on what they put on their body, it’s nice to see a sale like this. With cleansers, eye creams, toners, moisturizers, scrubs, masks and serums all on sale, it’s the perfect way to try new products to replace the ones you’ve been using or to stock up on your favorites.

I’ve been using a national-brand facial cleanser for years and now that BabyGirl is getting into a face-care routine I’ve thought more about the ingredients. Recently, I noticed that there is a more natural alternative in the 365 Everyday Value line that has no synthetic fragrance and is SLS and methylparaben-free. Best part is that it wasn’t any more expensive than I pay for the national brand! Combining this with a gentle moisturizer, it’s a good start for a young girl and a better way for me to take care of our skin.

And while BabyGirl doesn’t need it, I know I should be using a Vitamin-C serum so this the push I need. Of course there are products for men as well. Some guys may not care, but CycleGuy does since he spends a lot of time on the bike and his rides can see temperatures span 30+ degrees in the winter. So, it’s definitely a sale for the whole family!

While I wish it was a national promotion, this time around it is limited to stores in the Southern California, Arizona, Las Vegas, or Hawaii markets. Although, check your local market because I have seen some areas across the country advertising the promotion too. You can also check out Whole Foods on Twitter or find Whole Foods on Facebook and find new ways to enjoy the stores.

UPDATE 2/7/14: I have seen on the main Whole Foods Facebook page that they’re advertising this sale, so it appears to be nationwide! WOO HOO!!

Disclosure: I have a business relationship with Whole Foods. This article was not reviewed or edited by a third-party. All thoughts and opinions are mine. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.


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