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These 15 Costco Beauty Products are a Crazy Good Deal

These 15 Costco Beauty Products are a Crazy Good Deal
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If you're a fan of Costco shopping hacks, you know that they sell a treasure trove of bulk products at competitive prices. But did you know that Costco is also a great destination for beauty products?

From skincare to makeup and hair care and beyond, the store offers a range of must-have products that are both affordable and effective, according to members. Plus, fans have weighed in on what makes these items more than worth the money.




1. Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 55

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If you ask any dermatologist what the most important part of any skin-care regimen is, they will all say sunscreen. That makes the duo of a five-ounce and three-ounce bottle of Neutrogena sunscreen your first beauty product purchase. At $15.99, that’s a super good deal.

Reviewers love how ungreasy the sunblock feels on their faces, as well as how long-lasting and effective it is.



2. Thank You Farmer Sun Project Water Sun Cream

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If you don’t mind paying more for a fancier sunscreen, pick up a two-pack of 1.75-ounce bottles of Thank You Farmer sun cream. At $32.99 it’s definitely a pricier purchase than the Neutrogena option, but if you try it, you’ll see why people are happy to pay for it.

Reviewers compare the product to Elta MD, which is some seriously high-end sunscreen. That tells you all you need to know.

3. Daeng Gi Meo Ri Ki Gold Premium Shampoo and Treatment Set

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Korean skincare is well-known in the beauty space, but there are also Korean hair care products you should try. Specifically, the three-pack of Daeng Gi Meo Ri Ki shampoo and conditioner Costco which sells for $55.99

It promises to give you thicker, fuller, and healthier hair, and reviewers say it does exactly that, as well as detangles long hair nicely.






4. Neutrogena Rainbath Shower Gel

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A true Costco OG, the 40-ounce bottle of Neutrogena Rainbath shower gel lands in everyone’s cart eventually, and once you start buying it you get hooked. At $24.99 it’s a great buy, and the product lasts for months.

Fans of the product especially love the smell, which is equal parts floral and petrichor. It’s also good for sensitive skin.

5. Mustela Baby Gentle Cleansing Gel

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If you have either a baby or skin that’s as sensitive as a baby’s, the two-pack of 25.35-ounce bottles of Mustela cleansing gel is for you. 

Reviewers extol the virtues of this soap, which has a “flowery-powdery” scent, moisturizes well, and won’t irritate your skin like other products.

Best of all? Its price is a gentle $34.29.

6. Versace Man Eau Fraiche Eau de Toilette

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All of the products on this list can be used by members of any gender, though the 6.7-ounce bottle of Versace cologne that Costco sells is marketed to men. 

The list price is $75.60 on Amazon, so chances are it will be slightly cheaper at the big-box store. It was recently listed for $69.99.

“Every time I wear this, I receive compliments from women about how fresh and clean this smells,” one member shared. That’s nice praise!



7. Alteya Organics Bulgarian Rose Water

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Not everyone uses toner on their skin, but if you do, the two-pack of eight-ounce bottles of Alteya Organics Bulgarian rose water should be on your radar. The duo costs $29.99 and, given that you only need a small amount at a time, should last you quite a long time.

Customers appreciate how it helped with inflammation, improved their complexion, and evened out textures. They noted the good value, too.

8. Egyptian Magic All Purpose Skin Cream Set

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If a product has the word “magic” in its name, it better be good. Fortunately, Costco’s $32.99 set of Egyptian Magic skin cream lives up to its name, as noted by customers. They say it moisturizes in the toughest of circumstances, from psoriasis to radiation treatment.

“Never buying another acne cream ever again,” one customer proclaimed. “[This] stuff is so, so, so amazing.” That’s definitely an item you should buy at Costco.

9. SK-II Facial Treatment Essence with Pump

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There is a literal menagerie of anti-aging products out there, each promising to tighten skin, reduce wrinkles, and help manage those pesky under-eye spots. However, reviewers say that Costco’s 11-ounce bottle of SK-II face treatment actually lives up to the hype.

Pricing may vary (it was recently $219.99) but it will never be cheap. However, since readers claim it actually works, we think it’s worth it.






10. Perricone MD No Makeup Foundation Serum

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Now that you have all of your skin-care needs covered, it’s time to put on your foundation. Costco sells a one-ounce bottle of Perricone MD foundation serum that promises to even out your skin and reduce the look of wrinkles at $39.99. 

“Perfect light coverage, long-lasting, absolutely love it,” one satisfied member wrote. And it also comes in four shades.

11. Kirkland Signature Daily Facial Towelettes

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When you’re ready to remove your makeup after a long day, the 180-count package of Kirkland Signature face towelettes is sure to come in handy. And at $19.99, it won’t break the bank, either.

Members appreciated that the wipes remove makeup effectively without irritating the skin. They also pointed out that they stay “moist to the very last one.”

12. RapidLash Eyelash Enhancing Serum

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If you don’t have naturally long and full lashes and can’t get extensions, Costco’s two-pack of one-ounce RapidLash eyelash enhancing serum is the next best thing. At $54.99 the product isn’t inexpensive, but good makeup is worth the money.

Satisfied customers praised the serum, lauding its ability to help them grow long, thick, lovely lashes. Just note that you have to keep using it to maintain results.



13. RapidBrow Eyebrow Enhancing Serum

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If you were devoted to beauty trends in the ’90s, chances are you plucked your brows as thin as Gwen Stefani did. 

Fortunately, Costco sells a two-pack of RapidLash eyebrow enhancing serum to help you fill in those Instagram eyebrows — for the same cost as the eyelash serum.

“I honestly thought the hair would never grow there again,” one member raved. “Highly recommend this product!!”

14. Vasanti Kajal Waterline Eyeliner Pencil

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Finish up your eye makeup routine with Vasanti Kajal eyeliner, which Costco carries in a two-pack for a mere $27.99. It’s designed for your waterline, but you can also use it on your lash line as members say they’ve done.

They also praise the fact that it’s easy to apply, doesn’t smudge, and comes off with soap and water. What else could you want from an eyeliner?

15. Artis Monograph Collection Cream Lipsticks Portfolio, Plus Brush

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What's better than a brand-new tube of high-quality lipstick? The 16 that you get in the Artis lipstick collection for $139.99. Colors range from mauve and pink to yellow and maroon, so there’s a good chance several of them will work with your complexion.

“It's a great value for the price, and the quality of both the lipsticks and the brush is top-notch,” one reviewer summed up. We’re sold.

Bottom line

Costco isn’t just a great place to stock up on groceries; it's also a surprisingly good source of high-quality beauty products. 

Whether you're looking to revamp your skin-care routine, try out a new lipstick, or switch up your hair-care products, the warehouse store has something for everyone.

And if you're a savvy Costco shopper, you can earn some extra savings with cash back credit cards. That’s a smart way to save even more money at the big-box king.

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