Whole Foods Market Three Day Facial Care Sale February 7-9

{Disclosure:  This is a Whole Foods Market sponsored post.  My opinions are 100% my own.  All photos courtesy of Mrs. Murphy.}

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Whole Foods Market has found a way to help you pamper yourself.  In Arizona, Las Vegas, Southern California, and Hawaii, Whole Foods will put all facial care products on sale for 25% off!  This is a great time to stock up on your favorite beauty products, or treat yourself and try something new.  Included in the sale are all Facial Cleansers, Eye Creams, Toners, Moisturizers, Scrubs, Masks, and Serums.  No matter what your age or skin type, you can get a great deal on some seriously high quality face care. 

A lot of us who shop at Whole Foods, including myself, do so because they take the guess work out of shopping for healthy food. We pretty much know we are getting top quality, when we choose to shop at Whole Foods. Their face care is no exception.  Some studies show that we absorb up to 80% of what we put on our skin into our bloodstream, so it makes sense that if we are picky about what we put in our bodies, then we should be just as picky about what we put on our bodies. Whole Foods body care standards ensure top quality ingredients, effective results, and a delightful experience.  Every product in the Whole Body department is carefully evaluated before it is put on the shelf.  Most products are plant based and use gentle preservatives, and are never tested on animals. 

A few years ago, Whole Foods decided to designate certain products as Premium Body Care Products. These items went above and beyond their already strict standards.  They use only the mildest preservatives and cleansing agents. In many cases these are botanically based and have few, if any, safety concerns.  Only essential oils and their components may be used as fragrances in Premium Body Care products.  As a result, these products, which can be easily identified by the Premium Body Care logo, are less likely to cause skin allergies and irritations, and are more environmentally friendly.  

Here’s a few products I will be stocking up on during this weekend’s sale:

Mychelle Fruit Enzyme Scrub – an awesome exfoliant that removes dead and dull skin cells, but also polishes skin leaving you with a youthful glow. I love to use this product a couple times a week. Mychelle has a wide variety of face care products for all types of skin. Their Fabulous Eye Cream is another favorite.

Dr Hauschka Cleansing Milk – a divine daily cleanser that can be used as a makeup remover.  Really gentle and great for sensitive skin. I love almost everything from this German based biodynamic skin care line.

Acure Day Cream – a great moisturizer for everyday that nourishes normal to dry skin.  Please check out this amazing company.  They produce highly sustainable body care products using only the purest ingredients, and chlorella growth factor-a scientifically based anti-aging component.  All the while supporting a cure for breast cancer.

Over the years, I have tried numerous products sold in Whole Body and have been happy with most all of them.  In addition to the lines I mentioned, I also love Suki, John Master’s Organics, DaVita, Weleda, Desert Essence, Jason and many more.  I encourage you to check out what each line has to offer your skin type and ask a team member for a recommendation if you’re not sure, they are super knowledgeable! 

You are more than just another pretty face, so take advantage of this sale – 25% off all facial skin care February 7-9 at Whole Foods Markets in Arizona, Southern California, Las Vegas, and Hawaii!   For
more information about the Whole Food products and to find a store near you, visit their website.  You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.  

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Julie is the Arizona-based lifestyle writer/editor of A Cork, Fork, & Passport. She is an accomplished chef, traveler, kid wrangler, dachshund chaser, and social media expert.
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