Saturday, April 30, 2011

Origins Earth Day facial cleanser give away!!

Last week my significant other and I went in rounds for Origin's Earth Day (April 22, 2011) special^^

Every year on Earth Day, Origins invited customers to "trade in" any one of their existing skin care products, regardless of brand, for an Origins high-performance, paraben free cleanser.  Actually they will take empty bottles or body wash/shampoo bottles too!

With an empty bottle, you can trade in for Checks and Balances Frothy face wash or A Perfect World Antioxidant cleanser with White Tea - while supplies last. Great idea, huh?

Actually, I have been saving up empties which my significant other has been complaining why am I hauling garbage at home...

Well, garbage now turns into these:

These are full sizes that retails for $20 each. Woot!

I usually use check and balances for my combination skin and this cleanser is especially great for winter months. No tight and dry feelings on my checks when the humidity is really low in winter. Love it! I got one perfect world to try out, but actually it's more like perfect world is a more popular product that it ran out in most Origins stores when we got there at the end of the day (gotta wait for him to get out of work, right?)

Of course there is no way I am going to finish them up myself. A tube of cleasner will last me at least 3-4 months! So I will be giving them to my friends and family :)


sugar sugar said...

i have read so many good reviews on origins products but i have yet to try it for myself. :)

Jie Jie said...

That's great! I should check out Origins counter and see if they have that too;)

Cutie Fishball said...

Sugar Sugar - get a sample to try origins! some of their line is a little too greasy on me, but so far I like their facial wash and also their clear improvement mud mask! Dr.Weils toner is good too when you have blemishes from break outs!

Jie Jie - knowing how Asia is, giving out sample is possible, but definitely not a full size product... I did receive origins samples in HK before they were like a one time use sachet :P