After posting my 15 New Drugstore Picks at Walmart yesterday a few folks chimed in about their love of Earth To Skincare which is a new affordable skincare available at Walmart. Of course, I had to see what was up and I’m busy browsing all the Earth to Skin dupes I’m seeing. I mean, this place has everything including super affordable prices! Everything is $10 and under.
I briefly compared ingredients on certain Earth to Skin products compared to their higher-end counterparts and they do contain some of the same ingredients but the higher-end formulas do contain a bit more beneficial ingredients in comparison. None the less, they still have very good, solid ingredients that aren’t harmful! I did take note they have fragrance which is always a big no for a lot of skincare lovers. But at under $10 some of these products might be worth a checkout if you’re a budget beauty shopper or you’re just a skincare junkie! I’m a total skincare junkie and I love a good bargain which makes me want to check some of the line out.
First off, if you’re scared of trying anything new you can snag a starter kit for $9.98! There are four to choose from:
- Earth to Skin Tea Time Anti Aging Starter Set
- Earth to Skin Super Fruits Brightening Starter Kit
- Earth to Skin Honey Manuka Calming Starter Set
- Earth to Skin Super Greens Nourshing Starter Set
Each of the sets offers a few different options to try out before you decide if you need a full-size version!
There’s a few items here that seem like dupes of higher-end products like I said.
Earth to Skin Super Fruits Watermelon All Over Serum ($8.94) that might think you’d compare to Glow Recipe Watermelon Pink Juice Oil-Free Moisturizer ($39). Both formulas watermelon extract but the Earth To Skin formula starts with water and glycerin where as the Glow Recipe starts with watermelon.
Earth to Skin Super Fruits Banana Brightening Eye Cream ($8.94) might be compared to Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Face Primer ($36). Both formulas contain water as the and glycerin but Ole’s formula does contain more hydrating oils such as squalane.
Earth To Skin Super Fruits Blueberry Exfoliating Cleanser ($6.69) might be compared to Glow Recipe Blueberry Bounce Gentle Cleanser ($34) as both contain blueberry fruit extract and both act to gently exfoliate and cleanse skin.
Earth to Skin Super Greens Cucumber Jelly Mask ($6.96) might be a dupe for Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Gel Mask Extreme Detoxifying Hydrator ($55) both of which treat dry skin with cucumber extract, water, and glycerin.
Earth to Skin Super Fruits Avocado Overnight Mask ($6.96) seems to be a hit with many of you! This one looks like it’s going for a version of Glow Recipe’s Avocado Mask!
Finally, the Earth to Skin Honey Manuka Calming Face Cleanser ($6.69) might be a dupe for Farmacy Clean Bee Ultra Gentle Facial Cleanser ($28). Earth To Skin’s formula is much more basic in comparison though!
I have not tried anything from Earth to Skin as of yet so, I can’t speak about how much of a dupe these products are but looking at the ingredients there a bit of a difference there for sure. But I’m curious and ordered a few items and hope to review them soon!
Anyone loving Earth to Skin?