How to Save Money on Sensitive Skin Care Products

Don’t waste your money any longer. It took me more than twenty years before I found out how. Now you can learn too in just the time it takes to read this article. Save your hard earned money instead of wasting it on expensive over the tops products.

So, read through to learn more about it in details.Save Money on Sensitive Skin Care

My family has battled with allergies, eczema, and other problems related sensitive skin for many years. We’ve purchased just about every high-priced hypoallergenic product available on the market. Some of the products did what they claimed.

Others did not do anything and some even damaged our sensitive skin. I can’t even begin to calculate how much money we’ve wasted. We’ve bought unscented, hypoallergenic, all-natural, specially formulated soaps, shampoos, body wash, and lotions.

You name it. We bought it all and tried and tested.

Finally a trip to the Dermatologist:

Then, one trip to the Dermatologist changed everything. My daughter’s expensive shampoo had been discontinued. I tried other brands, but nothing was working. Her scalp was itchy and flaky, and she was miserable.

He looked at her head and said, “Have you tried baby shampoo? It’s gentle and free of irritants.” I left thinking, “That’s it. Waiting for an hour in a crowded Doctor’s office and all I get is some lousy baby shampoo!”

I went to the store and bought brand name baby shampoo and body wash. The first couple of nights we didn’t really notice any difference.

Then, a few days later I noticed my daughter wasn’t scratching so much. She said her head was starting to feel better. I looked and it was getting better. Maybe that lousy baby shampoo was the answer.

We kept using it. It kept improving, not overnight but gradually.

Went Unscented!

I decided to stock up on unscented baby products. I went to the store, but all they had in the name brand were lavender scented. I didn’t dare to try those. So, I went for the generic. It only costs about one-third of the price.

Guess what. It worked just as well. I couldn’t believe how much money I was going to save. I bought the shampoo, the conditioner, the soap, the body wash and even the hair detangler. They all worked great.

Now, that’s all my family uses.

Save Money on Sensitive Skin Care

I will never buy those ridiculously high-priced skin care products again!

This really changed my life. I always thought high-priced and brand name were always the best. Now, I’ve even switched my laundry detergent. I bought Arm and Hammer For Sensitive Skin. It’s cheap and it works. Stop and Shop even carries a generic free and clear dryer sheet.

Last week they were on sale for a dollar a box! My skin has never felt better, and no one in the house is itchy and complaining.

I always try to have an open mind now when I’m shopping. I check out the generic products first. I Know you’re probably doubting that this actually works, but it does. I get angry thinking of all the money I’ve thrown away over the last twenty years or more.

Never again will I have a closed mind to trying new products especially if they’re cheap.

What I want to conclude:

No! This article is not us me trying to dish branded names. But what you have to understand how these brands work.

To start off let’s talk about their marketing ploy. They spend millions, if not billions, of dollars each and every year promoting their products. The famous celebrities you see holding and using their product are most probably sponsored by them. The constant tv and banner ads that are forced upon us.

The Youtube beauty vlogger who try to shamelessly plug their sponsor’s product without thinking of the consequences. We tend to think high priced branded skin care products are the answer to our skin care problems. But chances are they are not.

So what I am suggesting you is to try out other products. No, you do not need to make a switch or a jump. But if you are someone who dealt with similar problems then do try it out.

  • January 8, 2018
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