The 9 Best Beauty Products at Trader Joe’s
If you typically visit your local Trader Joe's just to stock up on BBQ chicken pizza and Cookie Butter, you're missing out. That's because TJ's actually has a killer beauty section. Here, nine of your best beauty bets (which are all also available online).
Head to Toe Moisturizing Balm ($4 in stores; $11 online)
They weren’t kidding when they named this guy. It’s more solid than Vaseline, so it doesn’t feel gooey and gross, and is a miracle worker on lips, heels, elbows and even flyaway hairs.
Rose Water Facial Toner ($4 in store; $11 online)
Yaaas. We're so happy that TJ's finally came out with our favorite product: facial toner spray. Made with both rose water and witch hazel, it calms inflammation, hydrates skin and even sets makeup with just a spritz or two. Pop it in your work tote for a midday pick-me-up.
Additional reporting by Brianna Lapolla.
Shea Butter & Coconut Oil Hair Mask ($4 in store; $10 online)
We've used straight Trader Joe's virgin coconut oil as a hair mask. But then they came out with this shower-friendly version that's actually meant for your hair—and it's never been shinier.
Moisturizing Cream Shave in Honey Mango ($4 in stores; $9 online)
Is it silky legs you’re after? Pick up this happy little bottle that is ultra moisturizing and makes your entire bathroom smell like a dream.
Face Wash With Tea Tree Oil ($13)
If your skin is acne-prone, consider this cleanser that channels the blemish-fighting power of tea tree oil to clear your pores right up. Just be sure not to get it directly into your eyes, because…ow.
Refresh Citrus Body Wash ($7)
So this smells really great but can also be pretty strong when you’re applying it. Luckily, the scent doesn’t stick to you post-shower, but it definitely makes your skin feel clean and refreshed.
Micellar Cleanser and Makeup Remover ($4 in stores; $20 online)
A triple threat, these towlettes clean, tone and moisturize all at the same time. We’re all about multitasking beauty products.
Coconut Body Butter ($5 in stores; $7 online)
This stuff does wonders for super-dry skin and smells really delicious. Heads up, though: We usually save it for colder times of year since it’s so hydrating.
Green Tea Triple Milled Soap ($10)
If you’re more of a bar gal than a body-wash user, this is one to know. The shea butter works to moisturize skin while its green tea extract smells wonderful.
Spray Sunscreen SPF 50+ ($6 in stores; $13 online)
It’s summer, which means you should never be without sunscreen. We like Trader Joe’s version, which, in addition to a high SPF, isn’t sticky and smells great, too.