Top 10 Private Label Personal Care and Cosmetics Products to Sell
In one of our recently featured articles we spoke a little bit about private label products. In this article, we are going to focus on the Top 10 Private Label Personal Care and Cosmetics Products to Sell. Without further ado, let’s get started!
The biggest advantage private label sunscreen has over national brands of sunscreens is that they tend to be sold at unbeatable prices! Additionally, popularity of a certain private label of sunscreen is often associated with that sunscreens name and brand having a good name. The positive association people have with a specific private labels product and brand name tends to help assure others to buy and use that product.
Like sunscreen, there are a lot of different private label eyeshadow brands. Additionally, a lot of these eyeshadow brands have been rated as some of the greatest brands of eyeshadow of all time. A lot of these eyeshadow brands have creamy textures, bold pigmentation, and or a wide shade range which are just some of the reasons why these brands of eyeshadow have become so popular.
More so, like other private label brands, most private label brands of eyeshadow do a great job at giving you great quality eyeshadow for an unbeatable price. In fact, most eyeshadows from drugstores, when sold in palettes, can cost less than $20.
Another great private label product, blush has one of the longest shelf lives of any makeup. In most cases, blush can be used for up to a year. Even if the pigment in a private label brand of blush isn’t the absolute strongest, it can be layered to give you the amount of color you’re looking for. Private label blush is also available at a great price – it tends to only cost around $5-$7.
While there might be some differences in quality between private label and more national brands of lipstick, this is only usually true if there is a significant price difference between the two types of lipsticks. For example, if a private label brand of lipstick costs $5 and a more national one costs between $15-$30, the general assumption is, at least for lipstick, that the more expensive brand is going to be of a superior quality. However, there are some great private label brands of lipsticks out there and they include some of the following:
- Boots No.7: Lipstick gloss hybrid which can be applied lightly and with sheer. Gives the wearer a pretty wash off color with a little bit of shine. Doesn’t require a steady hand and therefore, can be applied without a mirror.
- Wet n’ Wild: Great for warm weather and comes complete with built-in sun protection.
- Maybelline Color Sensational Lip Color: Featured is a soft, muted raspberry flavor which makes every skin tone a little bit flatter.
- NYX Butter Lipstick in Fireball-Sizzling Orange: A color that is great for the heat.
- L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Lipcolour in Mauved: Formulated with anti-feathering technology to help it last for the whole day.
- Covergirl Lip Perfection Lipstick: Makes you appear instantly polished. Contains great hydrating and natural ingredients including avocado and aloe.
- IMAN Cosmetics Luxury Moisturizing Lipstick in Taboo: Feels great on lips! This lipstick is soft and will give you a romantic stain when applied with your finger.
- NYC New York Color Expert Last Lipstick in Peach Fizz: Lipstick with a smooth, velvety finish.
Some people may tell you that due to its dependency on brush type and pigment, designer brands may be preferable to private label ones. Mascara is one of those things that has a similar formula regardless of the brand. Private label brands however, tend to be more commonly available and at better prices. If you can get a similar product for a better price, why wouldn’t you go for the private label brands of mascara? It’s a no-brainer, folks!
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6. Facial Oils
There are a whole range of these great natural oils out there produced by private label brands. Some of these oils include coconut oil, avocado oil, tea tree oil, rosemary oil, jojoba oil
, and others. We’ve talked about the tremendous benefits of these oils in the past, now it’s time to experience them for yourself!
7. Face Wash
In general, there are many great private label brands of facewash out there that do a great job of cleansing your face. Some even function as great moisturizers that do a great job at hydrating your face, too! Most people use face wash on a daily basis – from private label brands, you can get top quality face wash at low prices.
The main function of this product has been described as something that completely cleanses your skin. It has the ability to remove dust, pollution, and impurities that have a tendency to linger and cause damage. Some store bought toners can be made completely free of alcohol but may include some other possible harmful ingredients like benzophenones, a sunscreen agent which tends to only be harmful if it is able to penetrate the top level of the skin. Many private label toners may include ingredients that may contain more toxicity than other ones. It is important to be careful when purchasing – research should be done to make sure you get the toner with a limited amount of these harmful ingredients.
In terms of moisturizers, there are a variety of different private label brands and products within those brands with great moisturizing properties. There are also a whole array of private label moisturizers for a variety of different skin types including for typical skin, sensitive skin, oily and blemish-prone skin, dry skin, and dry and/or sensitive skin.
10. Makeup Remover
There is a whole array of makeup removers available at your local drugstore that are made at the highest levels of quality and safety. However, when searching for great makeup removers, even at your local drugstore, it’s important to carefully read through the ingredients of the makeup remover before purchasing. You should stay far away from a number of ingredients in these formulas, such as formaldehyde-releasing chemicals that are typically used as preservatives in the makeup in the same way as a standard makeup wipe.
Other ingredients to watch out for to make sure the makeup remover doesn’t use include 2-Bromo-2-Nitropropane-1,3-Diol a chemical which releases extremely low levels of formaldehyde.
As emphasized with the makeup remover, and briefly mentioned in a few points over the course of this article, it is important to remember that there are a lot of great benefits that come from buying these great recommended private label products and brands. However, you need to be careful that these products do not contain too many sulfates, parabens, or potentially toxic ingredients. Stay safe and stay innovative!
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