That’s right, the Sprouts full-size sampling program has been canceled. Honestly, it was really hard to get them on the app or find them in the store, so I’m not at all surprised that this program is closing.
BUT- Never fear! With in-app coupons from the Sprouts app, as well as savings/cash back apps (find my favorites here), there are still tons of ways to save at Sprouts!
Try Products is another free sampling program that I’ve used over the last year or so.
Sign up to try hundreds of wonderful products from brands who want to provide consumers with cleaner, greener, more natural, better-for-you choices, that you can feel good about putting in your body & home!
It’s 100% Free. No credit card is required EVER!
Here are a few of the products available to sample now:
If you are into Organic/Natural/Healthy products, then Social Nature is right up your alley. Sign up and apply to sample products that you are interested in. I get probably 1-2 products to sample each month. And most of the time it’s full-size products, not just a tiny sample.
Social Nature has rounded up products that are available to try at a local grocery store or mass merchandiser near you. Apply to Try the products that interest you to see if you’re a match here.
Here are some of the new sampling opportunities:
Non-GMO Sesamemilk by Hope & Sesame
Ice Cream Pints & Bars by Keto Foods
Fruit Spreads by Bonne Mama
Nitro Cold Brew Coffee by RISE Brewing Co.
Meatless Nuggets by Quorn Foods
Sustainably Made Chocolate by Ritter Sport
Crunchy Cluster Granola by Bakery on Main
Low-Calorie Chocolate Bars by Gatsby Chocolate
And one of the things I love about Social Nature is that they don’t leave our friends with food allergies out.
There are sampling offers for Gluten-free, nut-free, meat-free foods frequently.
Canadian Friends- You are in luck, there are sampling opportunities for you too! So if you love trying new products, check out Social Nature!
I love good skincare products. Quality ingredients, no fillers, and botanicals and natural ingredients that are clinically proven to heal and nourish the skin.
These types of products can be really expensive. Here are a few tips for saving big bucks on quality skincare:
CVS sells Dermalogica, Vichy, La Roche Posay, Murad, and other Spa/luxury brands. If you are a CarePass member, you’ll score a $10 ExtraCare Bucks each month. Learn more about the CarePass program here.
Also, CVS sends out 30% off coupons once a quarter. You can combine these coupons with any ExtraCare Bucks you might have.
I have been saving up my Fetch Rewards for CVS Gift Cards, which I combine with coupons and ExtraCare bucks to lower any out-of-pocket I may have.
CVS also has a Beauty Club, where you earn gifts and discounts when you shop.
FYI- CVS’s online selection varies from their in-store product availability.
Looking for some free stuff? I sample and review skincare products through several review programs:
Bzzagent- I’ve been a member for about 15-ish years. You can sign up here, and they’ll email you when they have products that might fit your needs.
Influenster- They partner with brands and expect you to share your samples (called voxboxes) on your socials and report back. It can be a lot of work, but they frequently send full-size luxury brand products (Charlotte Tillbury and Laura Mercier for example).
And to a lesser extend Smiley360, they mostly have cleaning supplies and house-type stuff, but sometimes they have skincare or cosmetics available. It’s like Infuenster.
You can find out more about these social sharing/Word of Mouth marketing companies where I get a lot of my free skincare products here.
If you are looking for a list of my favorite skincare products and tools, I’ve compiled an Amazon List here.