Sunday, July 1, 2012

CVS - Physicians Formula Deals 7/1/12-7/3/12

As I'm sure you all know, CVS is currently having an amazing deal on Physicians Formula products.  Now through July 3rd, CVS is offering $7 off on any Physicians Formula cosmetic item with your CVS card.  Added bonus:  if you spend $30 on specially marked items, you get a free $10 gas card!

There were a few items that I wanted to try, but I ended up getting more than I had originally planned... isn't that how it always happened!

 Concealers were the cheapest item, so I decided to pick up a wide variety to try! 

I have never tried green concealer, so I got a few different options.  The first is the Concealer Twins in Green/Light.  It's a 2-in-1 Correct & Cover Cream Concealer.  I thought this would be good to keep in my purse.  The retail price was $7.99, so I only paid $.99 for it!  

The second concealer in this picture is the Circle Rx Circle Control Concealer in Natural Light.  The packaging claims that it visibly reduces the appearance of dark circles.  The retail price was $9.99, so I paid $1.99 for it. 

I've been wanting to try the Sonia Kashuk concealer palette, but for $.99, I decided to give this a try first!  This is the Concealer 101 Perfecting Concealer Duo in Green/Light.

Each of these two concealers were $1.99 each.  They are the Conceal Rx concealers in Soft Green and Fair Light.    

The next two items are Wet/Dry Eye Shadow from the Baked Collection.  The first is in Baked Oatmeal, and the second is in Baked Sands.  Although I haven't swatched them, they look exactly the same, except the color on the left.  I probably didn't need both, but Baked Oatmeal was only $1.49 and Baked Sand was $1.99.

I love neutral eye shadows, so of course I had to try the Matte Collection Quad Eye Shadow in Canyon Classics.  It was only $.49!

This last item was the most expensive of my Physicians Formula haul.  It was $3.99, but I had to try it because Kassie (ShadesOfKassie) on YouTube mentioned it in her June 2012 Favorites Video, so I had to pick it up! 

Obviously, this is not a Physicians Formula item, but I picked up the Freeman Facial Clay Mask in Avocado & Oatmeal.  I had a "Try Me Free" mail-in-rebate, so I will get back the $3.99 that I spent on it!

Bottom Line:  I spent $18.65 plus tax, and I will be getting $3.99 back from the Freeman face mask!  Total for 9 Physicians Formula products = $14.66!   Total savings = 64.25!

If you are interested in swatches and/or reviews of any of the individual products, please leave a comment below!
Lastly, I wanted to mention that my CVS still had A LOT of their beauty clearance items, so if you haven't checked it out yet, you may still be able to find some good stuff!

Thanks for reading!

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