We love sachets at bellabox, because we really believe they are the best way to test out a new product without having to buy it!
While sachets often look small, they can contain as much product as the beauty minis we often include in our boxes. It is much easier to create sachets rather than bottles, and most brands, whether they’re luxury or budget, will have sachets of their products.
But how do you make the most of them once they’re open?
1. Roll It Up
Make sure you’re getting every last drop of your sachet by squeezing and rolling it from the bottom! This sample of Maybelline SuperStay Better Skin is a great way to test out its flawless coverage for a day and match your colour.
2. Bulldog Clip It
The Kerastase Nectar Thermique is a heat-styling product that nourishes and protects your hair. There’s a lot in this sachet and you’ll get multiple uses out of it. Pick up a bulldog clip from your desk drawer and clip it on top to seal your product
3. Peg It
Everyone’s got some pegs – I grabbed this one from the garden! The evo liquid rollers curl balm helps to add moisture and shine to your locks and it left my curls and waves looking really defined. But there was enough for several uses in the sachet, so I pegged it shut.
4. Bag It Up
Snap lock bags are a great way to store multiple sachets. Make sure all the air has been squeezed out of them and seal them shut. If you’re really organised you can write the names of the products on the front in permanent marker.
5. Clip It
Finally a use for all those spare hair clips! This will also work with bobby pins.
6. Suction It
You’ll often get multiple uses out of shampoos, body washes and other shower time samples. Grab a suction cap hook or clamp and attach your sachet to keep it close while you’re under water. evo mane prescription is a protein treatment that you need to work through wet hair and then rinse out – and you’ll definitely use it more than once.
7. Bottle It
This is the big one. You can squeeze out your sachets into mini cosmetic bottles to really make the most of them! They are available at supermarkets, chemists and discount stores.
How do you make the most of your sachets? Let me know in the comments - Julia