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Is Whole Foods Beauty Bag Right For You?

Updated October 13, 2021

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Whole Foods Beauty Bag Overview

About the Brand

Deluxe samples of natural and ingredient-conscious makeup, skincare, and haircare. In-store only purchase at US Whole Foods Market locations starting at 10 AM on March 21, 2015. While supplies last.

Key Info

  • Price:$20.00 per month
  • Ships To:US

Whole Foods Beauty Bag Reviews

Whole Foods Beauty “The New Essentials” Review
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Whole Foods Beauty “The New Essentials” Review

This is another great bag for $20.00 – again, basically the cost of the evanhealy product alone, and less than half the cost of the $45 Dr. Haushka product. The estimated retail value for the bag as a whole is $142.91, extending tremendous value, even more than the previous bag. I’m most excited about the evanhealy product – I love these balms – and the nail polish remover simply because of how well it worked. That said, having now reviewed both bags I have some feedback! Between the two there were three retinol-adjacent products included. While the Mad Hippie product was a generous size that would lend itself to usage over time (an important factor in knowing whether a retinol-like product will work well for you), the MyChelle sample was tiny. Rather than multiple retinal/vitamin A products and/or shampoo/conditioners, I would have loved to see more complimentary product pairs (especially in a bag labeled “The New Essentials”). A nail polish to go with the remover would have been nice, or a sunscreen to protect skin while using the vitamin V/retinal products (an especially important factor when using retinal/retinol). I’m also disappointed in the Acure mask debacle – both in Whole Food’s lack of messaging around the recall and Acure’s weak statement on their IG. Safe to say, I’ll be avoiding Acure products in the future (and a huge thanks to MSA readers for giving me the head’s up. Love y’all.) All in all, it’s tough to complain about a $20 bag, and I would absolutely consider purchasing this in the future if anything to get my hands on another evanhealy stick with some nice accompaniments at a good price point. 


Whole Foods “Glow Up Beautiful” Limited Edition Beauty Kit Review
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Whole Foods “Glow Up Beautiful” Limited Edition Beauty Kit Review

This is a great bag for $20.00- basically the cost of the evanhealy product alone. The estimated retail value for the bag as a whole is $124.31, extending tremendous value. I’m most excited about the Juice Beauty cleanser, evanhealy balm, and Mad Hippie Vitamin C Serum, but all of these items will get used, some may just be tossed in a travel kit or saved for summertime. This bag is a great way to explore the beauty and self-care brands offered by Whole Foods at a lower cost with lower stakes.


Whole Foods Self-Care Sunday Beauty Bag Review
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Whole Foods Self-Care Sunday Beauty Bag Review

Check out our review of the latest Whole Foods Beauty Bag! The Self Care Sunday bag includes Acure, Weleda, Derma E, and more!


Whole Foods Beauty “The New Essentials” Review
Whole Foods Beauty “The New Essentials” Review

This is another great bag for $20.00 – again, basically the cost of the evanhealy product alone, and less than half the cost of the $45 Dr. Haushka product. The estimated retail value for the bag as a whole is $142.91, extending tremendous value, even more than the previous bag. I’m most excited about the evanhealy product – I love these balms – and the nail polish remover simply because of how well it worked. That said, having now reviewed both bags I have some feedback! Between the two there were three retinol-adjacent products included. While the Mad Hippie product was a generous size that would lend itself to usage over time (an important factor in knowing whether a retinol-like product will work well for you), the MyChelle sample was tiny. Rather than multiple retinal/vitamin A products and/or shampoo/conditioners, I would have loved to see more complimentary product pairs (especially in a bag labeled “The New Essentials”). A nail polish to go with the remover would have been nice, or a sunscreen to protect skin while using the vitamin V/retinal products (an especially important factor when using retinal/retinol). I’m also disappointed in the Acure mask debacle – both in Whole Food’s lack of messaging around the recall and Acure’s weak statement on their IG. Safe to say, I’ll be avoiding Acure products in the future (and a huge thanks to MSA readers for giving me the head’s up. Love y’all.) All in all, it’s tough to complain about a $20 bag, and I would absolutely consider purchasing this in the future if anything to get my hands on another evanhealy stick with some nice accompaniments at a good price point. 

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