17 High-End Beauty Products You Should Be Buying With Your Costco Membership
by Hilary Braaksma
We know you’ve been bulking on almond milk and toilet paper with your Costco membership card—but did you know the wholesale retailer offers awesome discounts on luxury beauty products when you shop their website? Here are some of the best Costco beauty buys.
Chanel Correcteur Perfection Long-lasting Concealer, $32.99
This Chanel concealer gets rave reviews everywhere it’s sold, but the typical retail price is $42. The shade selection is smaller on Costco’s website, but if you fit into one of the three shades they carry you can get this luxury beauty buy at an almost $10 discount.
Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat, $24.97
This YSL concealer/highlighter is a cult favorite and considered by many as the holy grail of under eye concealing. Costco also offers this beauty must at a super steep discount—while the rest of the world is paying $42 a tube, Costco shoppers can get this as low as $24.97.
MAC Strobe Cream, $24.99
If you’re trying to highlight without the high price of some name brand beauty products, you might try buying this cream from Costco. MAC may sell it for $33, but Costco offers it at the slightly cheaper price of $24.99.
MAC Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder, $19.99
This translucent finishing powder is another MAC beauty staple Costco members can get at a discount, for $19.99. MAC sells the product for $27.
Smashbox Step-By-Step Contour Kit, $19.97
You can find this high-end contour kit at most online retailers for $45, but Costco will give you that perfectly chiseled look for the much lower price of $19.97.
Saint Cosmetics Eyelashes, 4-pack, $9.97
These luxurious, vegan and cruelty-free, 100% human-hair false eyelashes are sold by Saint for $12.50 per pair. But why do that when you can buy a set of four from Costco for only $9.97? Talk about an absolute steal.
BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Poured Crème, $29.99
Chances are, if you love makeup, you love BECCA. Why pay the usual $38 for their rave-reviewed highlighter, when you can get it for $29.99 at Costco?
Marc Jacobs Divine Decadence, $64.99
If you’re a fan of this citrus and floral Marc Jacobs scent, you totally spend $122 for 3.4 oz. Nobody is stopping you. But why would you do that when you could buy the same amount from Costco for only $64.99? The savings on this product alone pays for a year’s membership to the wholesale retailer.
Mason Pearson Popular Mixture Nylon & Boar Bristle Brush, $149.99
For some reason, this super-expensive hairbrush is extremely popular and loved around the world. Seriously, just read the reviews. But why pay $205 when you can get your own Mason Pearson for $149.99 at Costco? Once again, the $55 savings here is enough to pay for your membership.
T3 Featherweight 2 Hair Dryer, $89.99
People love this $200 blow dryer, and who can blame them? Not only is it beautiful (as fair as hair dryers go), but reviewers say it’s super lightweight, dries hair incredibly fast, and eliminates frizz. But why pay full price when Costco wants to sell it to you for only $89.99? That’s over $100 in savings, people.
Oribe Gold Lust Transformative Hair Masque, $46.99
This luxury restoring hair mask gets almost 5 stars everywhere it’s reviewed, and sells for $66. But if you have a Costco membership and your locks aren’t as lustrous as they once were, you can scoop this up for $46.99 instead!
Clarisonic Mia Fit Cleansing Brush, $149.99
Clarisonic users swear by the face-cleansing power of this waterproof, electronic brush. The company sells the Mia Fit style for $219, but Costco members can get the same thing for $149.99.
Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Intensive Recovery Ampoules, $74.99
Estee Lauder is one of the oldest and most revered names in the beauty game, and their Advanced Night Repair Serum is famous for transforming skin. You can buy these ampoules at regular beauty retailers for $110, or save yourself some money by ordering them from Costco for $74.99.
Peter Thomas Roth 24K Gold Pure Luxury Cleansing Butter, $36.99
This face cleanser is the definition of luxury—it’s antiaging, hydrating, and infused with 24k gold. You can buy it from other sellers for $55, or bust out your Costco membership card and score some much needed skin pampering for $36.99, instead.
Clinique Acne Solutions Acne + Line Correcting Serum, $24.97
This Clinique serum is a miracle worker for anyone suffering from adult acne because it treats breakouts and aging skin at the same time. (Seriously, the human body can be so cruel. Zits and wrinkles? Stop.) While the brand sells this customer favorite for $44.50, Costco offers it for the low, low price of $24.97.
Clarins Double Serum Age Control, $59.99
This high-end anti-aging serum usually treats fine lines, dull skin, and enlarged pores to the tune of $119 for 1.6 oz—but Costco is offering the award-winning skincare product for only $59.99 for the same size bottle.
Chanel Sublimage La Crème Texture Suprême, $299.99
This Costco buy might not feel like a steal at $299.99, but when you consider this beloved Chanel anti-aging cream typically goes for $400, you can see how the discount might be worth it. If you’re dying to dip into some super high-end beauty products, Costco might be the place to start.