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The one thing I would most like to change about shopping for Skincare at Sephora is...

 

cheaper products.

cheaper products.

Still think its the overseas shopping. Anyone with me? =P

Still think its the overseas shopping. Anyone with me? =P

Re: Still think its the overseas shopping. Anyone with me? =P

@daniluv: I think sometimes import / export regulations and particular countries' laws re: shipping of cosmetics and substances dictate whether or not a company is allowed to ship to specific countries or not. It could be Sephora's choice, but it could also be different regulations coming into play (thus leading U.S. based Sephora.com to restrict delivery only within the U.S. and Canada). I'm not sure!

Re: The one thing I would most like to change about shopping for Skincare at Sephora is...

to have products for skin types such as oily skin or dry skin clearly marked perhaps with some sort of signage.  Then if a beauty advisor isn't free to help (let's face it - Sephora can get pretty busy) we don't have to spend time scouring labels to look for oil free products, etc.  Speaking personally and from experiences with friends, we would all rather go home with a great product and not find out once we get home we picked something wrong for our skin.

To know when a product/company lists itself as cruelty fr...

To know when a product/company lists itself as cruelty free, to have it added to the description for people with allergies as well as those who ignore products otherwise. Its something most companies are proud of yet aren�t promoted as such here. Meaning there are people ignoring the purchase of products that they might have given a second glance too if they knew.

Re: The one thing I would most like to change about shopping for Skincare at Sephora is...

I agree with the suggestions to group products by skin concern (I think my local Sephora already does this, at least in one section of the store). I also wish the store had a skincare specialist or two working at all times who could answer skin concern questions -- when available, this service has been so helpful!

 

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Re: The one thing I would most like to change about shopping for Skincare at Sephora is...

My opinion on shopping for Skincare products while in a Sephora store is that I think the Skincare Specialist(s) should be more mature women that at least have a laugh line or two.  You know, at least mid to late 30-year olds and above.  I hate to go into Sephora and ask a skincare, anti-aging product question of a girl who is 18 without a wrinkle who refers to her mother's wrinkles and what her mother likes to use on her wrinkles.  I want to talk to someone who has some fine lines and hear their first-hand experience with the different products offered.

As for shopping online for Skincare products, I think that there should be a better way of sorting through the hundreds of products to refine searches by age, more specifically by issue, etc.  The search range is too broad right now to help anyone make a good choice.

Anyway, that's what I think . . . Smiley Happy

Re: The one thing I would most like to change about shopping for Skincare at Sephora is...

I wish there was a way to see which brands are compatible with eachother and a way to narrow it down by age range.

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Re: The one thing I would most like to change about shopping for Skincare at Sephora is...

Special displays with product suggestions according to skin type and age.  Also, little "tips" like colorful post-it notes on each display.  For example:  "it's a good rule of thumb for people over 50 to avoid heavy underlining of their bottom lash line."  I don't know if that's true, but I'd like to know things like that.  Thanks, Patti

Change color of Alcohol and make up remover bottles in st...

Change color of Alcohol and make up remover bottles in store so you don't confuse them (hapen all the time, alcohol in your eye or on your face