Sephora, Ulta, Walgreens and CVS continue to dominate the beauty and health sector but Amazon is not far behind, being a popular preference with online shoppers. According to the article “These are the top beauty brands dominating Amazon” on www.fastcompany.com, Amazon is now the second-most-shopped retailer for beauty products and shows no signs of slowing down. Back in March, Amazon launched an exclusive skincare line and “Indie Beauty Shop”, an online store dedicated to emerging brands. The online retailer has also private labels dedicated to health and personal care categories: Presto, Basic Care, AmazonBasics, Mama Bear and Mountain Falls.
This can be frustrating for competitors but great news for frugal customers, offering shoppers the opportunity of scoring great deals. Check out my tested and approved Amazon’s beauty and personal care items!
About half of my recent Amazon purchases ended up being a complete flop but the five items below made the list for this post series that will inevitably continue to grow. There are no themes or guidelines here – you will find a mix of household items and beauty products that were tested prior to the publication of this post and are now part of my household.
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I have been an Amazon shopper since early 2015, and after several years, I came across a handful of interesting items that normally you wouldn’t think about buying online. I had my doubts at first but after trying them, I just wish I had them sooner. In my opinion, the majority of these products should be a gift to yourself however, don’t let this stop you from gifting these to someone else – you make your own rules! Check out these 5 interesting and useful items I found on Amazon in the last few months that are now part of my household.