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Re: Unopened beauty products

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@bargainsgirl  You can stil return them and get a penalty charge of $5 or $10 I think. Call CS. You stil have a week left. Your pkg. is honored if it postmarked before the actual deadline date.

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Re: Unopened beauty products

When I have too many products built up or stuff I do not like I leave them around for my husband and son to use like in a bathroom that they use that I won't, or by the kitchen sink. Just yesterday I moved a Korres body lotion to the kitchen because I did not like the smell and found it to be more drying than moisturizing. That was a disappointment and surprising. My guys don't care and will use it.

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Re: Unopened beauty products


@PhilaLady1 wrote:

When I have too many products built up or stuff I do not like I leave them around for my husband and son to use like in a bathroom that they use that I won't, or by the kitchen sink. Just yesterday I moved a Korres body lotion to the kitchen because I did not like the smell and found it to be more drying than moisturizing. That was a disappointment and surprising. My guys don't care and will use it.


Now this is truly amazing LOL!  My husband wouldn't touch one of my lotions for FEAR it smelled feminine like and my sons (3 of them) either Woman LOL

 

To the OP I would donate the item if you can't return it to QVC.

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You can use the stuff up on your feet...knees, elbows (so you don't feel "guilty").   (!!!)

 

Facial products are not formulated for
"tougher skin", tho.....so don't expect miraculous results...

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Re: Unopened beauty products

If you can't return just throw them in the trash.

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Re: Unopened beauty products

I would donate and let the buyer be the judge of risking a dollar or two.  Our St. Vincent's takes sealed beauty products, nothing opened.  

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@kitcat51 wrote:

If you can't return just throw them in the trash.


@kitcat51 I find that is often the easiest solution. We all try things. Sometimes they simply don't work out and we should give ourselves a break and not overthink it.

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Re: Unopened beauty products

I always feel guilty when throwing out a product.  I hate wasting, but I know it can't be avoided sometimes.

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Live and learn! 

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I typically use them as gifts for girlfriends or my housekeeper.  They all love beauty gifts!

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