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I’m always on the lookout for new beauty sites and I’ve found a bevy of them that I wanted to share with my readers. This is by no means an exhaustive list! Just a few sites that I believe tie in to what this blog is all about; great products at amazing prices. Read on for more! 



Smallflower.com is a website I found while reading my InStyle magazine. It features products from around the world and was founded in 1875 as an Apothecary. How cool is that?! It’s website is charming and well-organized and the beauty products are literally to-die-for. It features higher-end products like amazing Diptyque candles and authentic french perfumes to classic wallet-friendly items like the original German Nivea Creme Soft Soap and various $5 bath oils. With its vast selection of products at literally every price point, you’re sure to find something to love! 


I can’t write an article about beauty websites without including the mother of all beauty sites. Sephora is a popular beauty destination that has something for everyone. From $10 gifts to budget-friendly fragrances, its a great place to shop for things you love without having to spend a bundle. Samples are included with every order, and you can almost always find a promotional code to use for extra perks and savings. 


Going on a trip? This website is a fantastic resource to use for buying products that are the perfect size for air-travel. No more hassling with pouring your beauty products in miniscule tubes! This site has great brands you know and love that are prepackaged for you and travel friendly. Brands such as Yes to Cucumbers and Supergoop! are available and you can either buy products separately or in great little sets. Either way, you know you won’t have to be hassled at the security checkpoint by having that 4oz container in your carry-on. This website is also good if you just want to try out a small sample of a product before committing to the full sized version. 


I know many of you may already utilize amazon.com for various shopping needs. Did you also know that amazon has a separate beauty site for your product fix? Great prices and familar brands (think Olay, Cetaphil and Philosophy) you’ll never have to leave the comfort of your own home to shop for your favorite items. Many items include free super saver shipping with purchases of $25 or more and you can set up automatic delivery so you’ll never have to worry about running out of something. 

These are just a few of my favorite websites. I’d love to hear some feedback from my readers! What are some of your tried-and-true beauty sites? Any that you wouldn’t recommend? As always, thanks for reading.