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Beauty can be pain, but it doesn’t have to be a pain on your wallet.
For $11.99, Amazon Prime members can buy a beauty box that features the type of items you’d typically find in a drugstore: Venus razors, L’Oreal skincare products, Crest white strips, and more. With a total of 12 sample-sized items, you can try out some affordable new faves for about a dollar each.
The best part about both of these boxes is you receive store credit back equivalent to the price of the boxes to purchase select items. If that’s not regret-free shopping, then what is?
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Amanda Booth is an ecommerce specialist who focuses on Etsy and Amazon deals. Her work has also been published by VH1. She joined IBM as a content designer in January 2018.