Have you heard about TestTube? It’s a sampling program for all the latest, greatest (?) nutraceuticals. If you’re anything like me, you’re tempted by the glossy ads, the promising superlatives and the embryonic-looking models. But, perhaps like me, you’re a frugal person who believes in a little bit of prudence in a big way when it comes to splurging on things you can (a) probably make yourself and (b) you knowuse less than 1% of the active ingredients they so proudly tout on the label.
I’ve been satisfying my curiosity for $29 per quarter for the last year and am lovin’ it. So far, every single line I’ve gotten (save one – I’ll admit it – $150 Prevage pretty much rocked my skeptical, penny pinching world) has not lived up to the overhpyed claims. And, rather than spending $hundreds$, I’ve spent $120 for the entire years’ worth of samples and generous testers.
If you see the glossy ads and think, “Hm, maybe I should spend that $300 on GDSB (Glossy Department Store Brand),” then the NewBeauty TestTube Sampling program might quell that urge. And, at the very least, it’ll give you a healthy boost of self esteem as you realize that despite the lack of fancy-schmancy packaging, your homemade soap, lotion or cleanser is just as awesome and effective as the GDSB one.
Beauty TestTube, $29 every 3 months, here.