I’ve posted before about some of the great vegan products available at TK Maxx. Being someone who likes to try new stuff, I like that the selection in TK Maxx rotates regularly. Though I get bored very easily with the same products, for haircare my default is usually Superdrug’s own brand pro-vitamin range. However, I’ve snagged a couple of decent hauls from TK Maxx lately. I wash and condition my hair daily and get through shampoo and conditioner at a fast pace, so I’ve been keen on buying larger bottles where possible. I can just about justify these at TK Maxx prices too.
First up is this A’kin lemongrass shampoo. It’s labelled as vegan, and A’kin’s own website sells 500ml for £18.00. I bought this for £6.99, which is a very pleasing discount.
Next up is this bumper bottle of JASÖN smoothing sea kelp shampoo, which I know is vegan having spotted it in a local co-op before now. The JASÖN website sells 473ml for £6.99, but this 946ml bottle cost me £9.99, another very happy discount.
I’ve used Sukin skincare products before and found them to be wonderfully luxurious, so I was keen to try this protein conditioner. Holland & Barrett sells this for £8.12, and TK Maxx for £6.99. A slightly less exciting discount, but a lovely product that tames my very tangly-tangles incredibly well. TK Maxx sells a large selection of Sukin skin and haircare products.
Another product, spotted through label-scouring, is this hair.goo coconut conditioner. This was £7.99 for 450ml, and is a rich, sweet-smelling conditioner that goes a long way. Mysteriously I can’t find the brand online so I’m not sure how much of a bargain I scored, but I’m happy enough nonetheless.
I’ve talked previously about vegan skincare products for oily/problem skin. The past few weeks I’ve been using these fantastic Good Things products from TK Maxx, which I recommend highly for you oily-faced folks.
The charcoal face scrub is from their new ‘pore-fectly’ range. The mattifying moisturiser from their superfruits range is now my staple morning moisturiser, pre-foundation (my current go-to is Superdrug’s B. range Flawless Matte foundation). Not all Good Things products are suitable for vegans, but those that are are clearly labelled.
Have you spotted any bargain vegan-friendly products in TK Maxx?
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