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Shopee Singapore’s biggest beauty sale — Beauty Bonanza — is returning this 10 to 13 October with over 10,000 Beautyholics members deals.
10 October will feature the kickoff sale; 11 October will have luxe beauty and devices sale; 12 October will see personal care sale; while 13 October will be the final sale.
Flash vouchers will drop daily at 12am and Beautyholics members can get additional exclusive vouchers and enjoy member price deals. If you’re not yet a Beautyholics member, you can join here for free and pre-claim your 10.10 Beauty Bonanza voucher of S$18 off a minimum spend of S$150.
In addition, Shopee Singapore is having buy one get one daily deals with new deals every day, so you can enjoy even bigger savings! Skincare and cosmetic brands like Sulwhasoo, Estee Lauder, and Medicube are also having relay offers (refreshed daily at two-hour intervals) with up to 90 per cent off.
Add these to cart now and check out during the Beauty Bonanza!
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