3 tips for paying less for beauty products

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It's time for us to reveal our best shopping secrets to you. Here are 3 simple tips that everyone can use to pay for their beauty products much less.


by Marie Lacombe

1. Subscribe to newsletters

This is the right plan that we cannot miss. Most of the time, when we enter a shopping site, a pop-up pops up to let us know of a great deal. Very often, we are asked to subscribe to the brand's newsletter; against which we receive by email a promotional code – a 10 or 20% discount.

But this is not the only advantage of subscribing to the site's newsletter. By integrating the list of the customer file, we are also kept informed, always by email, of the various private sales and other promotional offers in progress or to come.

Finally, some brands also offer discounts to their customers on the occasion of special events, such as their birthday for example!

2. Add the Wanteeed extension

Spend hours on the Internet to find a promo code still valid AND corresponding to our order? Very little for us! We have a much better solution. Instead, add the Wanteeed extension to your browser. A tool that searches for the best promotional code for you.

The principle is very simple: you go to a commercial site, you fill your basket; Then you just have to click on the Wanteed extension and the tool will automatically apply the best existing promotional code to your cart. Nothing could be simpler to save money, without the hassle!

3. Go to the Origines Parfums website

The origines-parfums.com site is a veritable mine of treasures. Just like a classic French perfumery, we will of course find many cosmetic references of brands available in supermarkets, drugstores, or even luxury references. The difference with the giants such as Marionnaud, Nocibé or Sephora is played on the pricing. Origines Parfums offers low prices on all of its products, and even new products. Go for it!

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