Save Money on Body Care

April 4, 2016
by Thrive Market
Save Money on Body Care

You shouldn’t have to shell out the big bucks every time you go to the grocery store—but you shouldn’t be relegated to the bargain bin, either. Thankfully, there’s a solution to this shopping conundrum: Thrive Market offers all the healthy, high quality foods and products you know and love, at prices anyone can afford. Just check out how much we saved on body care essentials!

What weighs eight pounds, stretches 22 feet, and absorbs just about anything you put on it? Your skin.

The body’s largest organ often gets overlooked—it’s just kind of there and doesn’t perform any obvious day-to-day functions like keeping your blood flowing. However, this doesn’t mean it’s unimportant. Skin protects our sensitive inner organs, keeps harmful bacteria and viruses out of our bodies, and produces the vitamin D we need.

Take care of your skin by opting for gentle, natural body care products. Instead of hormone-disrupting antiperspirant, opt for lavender-scented natural deodorant to keep your underarm skin soft and sweet-smelling. Moisturize from head to toe with soothing shea butter, and swipe on some firming body lotion wherever you need it.

When you shop for skin care products on Thrive Market, you always know you’re getting the very best naturally derived items on the market—all made without potentially harmful chemicals or toxins, so your skin will stay as healthy as it looks. Not to mention you’ll always get 25 to 50 percent off typical retail prices!

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Fair Trade Coconut Oil Deodorant Balm, Lavender

Retail Price:$15.00


Our Price:$8.95(Save 40%)

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Firming Body Lotion, Lemongrass

Retail Price:$9.99


Our Price:$6.45(Save 35%)

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Fair Trade Shea Butter - Unscented

Retail Price:$13.99


Our Price:$7.93(Save 43%)

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