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There are retailers we always lean on for good beauty finds: Sephora, Ulta, Nordstrom and the list goes on. But there’s probably no better feeling than getting put onto a new brand that has great, inexpensive beauty products. Well, I was today years old when I learned that Public Goods has a personal care section, AND items are as low as $2.
Perhaps the Public Goods personal care section is not new to you, but it’s definitely new to me. Pursuing through their site, you’ll find everything from organic cotton tampons to lavender essential oil. However, the best part about the personal care section is two-fold: The minimalistic packaging and the affordable price point.
It’s no secret that packaging sells, but for all of those who actually like Kim Kardashian’s (or is it Kanye’s?) level of minimalism, the packaging of these products just may get you positively worked up. The packaging is a sleek white with a simple black font and lettering. The packaging is no-fuss and super chich (IMO).
Also, the pricing is very affordable, especially if you’re trying to save a few dollars on basic toiletries or products that you go through quicker than your favorite Netflix show. Let’s face it: You don’t need to spend an arm and a leg trying to stock up on basic essentials while you’re home.
Below, we’ve rounded up a few of the many items you can snag on Public Goods right now that won’t break the bank. Seriously, it’s a minimalist’s dream.
Shop: Cotton Tampons with Applicator – Super, $7
Shop: Bamboo Razor Handle, $11
Shop: Deodorant, $4.25
Shop: Ayate Bath Strip, $11
Shop: Shampoo, $4.50
Shop: Conditioner Refill, $11
Shop: Hand Sanitizer – 12 oz, $7.50
Shop: Dental Floss Refills, $5.50
Shop: KN95 Face Masks, $44
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