Did ya know? You can get free Sephora samples of pretty much any product in store (even perfume and eye cream!). In fact, you can request up to three Sephora samples per ‘world’ — think fragrance, skin care, and color.
I pored over the entire inventory to find the best Sephora samples to request based on price per ounce, popularity, availability, and reviews.
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See now? The hundred-dollar eye cream is what I had guessed would be the most expensive product in the store. This 0.5-ounce glass jar of Perricone Cold Plasma Eye Cream costs $110, and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that THIS is the bottle you don’t want to leave out so your toddler can smear it all over the countertops! Sorry, it’s still too soon for me to talk about it.
Here’s a big-ticket item. Kate Somerville one-ounce Deep Tissue Repair Cream with Peptide K8 costs $150, so I’m just gonna assume it works. Don’t be sheepish. Go ahead and ask for a sample. Just don’t ask for five at a time!
I’m telling you, it’s the itty bitty items that make the best samples! Sugar Lip Serum Advanced Therapy by Fresh is just a baby at 0.3 ounces. If you love your sample, you’ll have to fork out $36 for the bottle!
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The one-ounce $105 Luna Sleeping Night Oil is the sample I’m most excited about from this list. It’s against all the things I have: lines, wrinkles, and big pores, to name a few.
Flower Bomb Eau de Parfum is one of the hottest selling fragrances at my Sephora store — and one of the most expensive. Plus, Heather’s obsessed with it, so I got her a sample. A one-ounce bottle would put me back $85. No can do, Heath. Sorry, friend.
Finally, the best-selling item on my list, Supermud Clearing Treatment by Glamglow, has over 70K loves on Sephora.com. This 1.7-ounce skin-clearing treatment costs $59 and zaps way more than zits.