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Sukin Haircare & Skin Products: 60% off RRP (e.g Shampoo 1L $10.78, Body Wash 1L $7.18) + Post ($0 with Prime/$39+) @ Amazon AU


Sukin 60% off RRP available again, see previous September deal.

Seems 60% off RRP on most items. No minimum item quantities for the items I checked. Look for the red 'Limited time deal' tag.

Sukin Natural Balance Shampoo, 1L $26.95 $10.78
Sukin Natural Balance Conditioner, 1L $26.95 $10.78
Sukin Hydrating Shampoo, 1L $26.95 $10.78
Sukin Hydrating Conditioner 1L $26.95 $10.78
Sukin Sensitive Micellar Shampoo, 500 ml $16.95 $6.78
Sukin Colour Care Shampoo, 500 ml $16.95 $6.78
Sukin Colour Care Conditioner, 500 ml $16.95 $6.78

Sukin Signature Botanical Body Wash with Pump, 1 L $17.95 $7.18
Sukin Deodorant 125ml $6.95 $2.78
Sukin Hydrating Body Lotion, 500ml $14.95 $5.98 (5 Left in stock)
Sukin Cleansing Hand Wash, Cap, 1L $17.95 $7.18
Sukin Men's Facial Cleanser, 225 ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Men's Facial Scrub, 125 ml (885715) $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Oil Balancing Mattifying Facial Moisturiser, 125ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Energising Body Scrub, 200ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Revitalising Facial Scrub, 125ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin SPF 30 Sheer Touch Facial Sunscreen Untinted Lotion, 60 ml $24.95 $9.98
Sukin Lime and Coconut Body Lotion, 500ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Hydrating Mist Toner 125ml $11.95 $4.78
Sukin Antioxidant Eye Serum, 30ml $19.95 $7.98
Sukin Hand & Nail Cream Tube, 125 ml $10.95 $4.38
Sukin Sensitive Micellar Conditioner, 500 ml $16.95 $6.78
Sukin Sensitive Calming Night Cream, 120ml $20.95 $8.38
Sukin Purely Ageless Restorative Night Cream, 120 ml $24.95 $9.98
Sukin Moisture Restoring Night Cream, 120ml $19.95 $7.98
Sukin Rose Hip Hydrating Day Cream, 120ml $24.95 $9.98
Sukin Organic Rose Hip Oil, 25ml $24.95 $9.98
Sukin Oil Balancing Anti-Pollution Facial Masque, 100ml $19.95 $7.98
Sukin Blemish Control Pore Perfecting Toner, 125 ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Blemish Control Clearing Facial Wash, 125 ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Blemish Control Spot Banishing Gel, 15 ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Blemish Control Kit, 1 count (1009351) $29.95 $11.98
Sukin Blemish Control Oil Free Moisturiser, 125 ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Rosehip Rejuvenating Facial Scrub, 125 ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Purely Ageless Rejuvenating Day Cream, 120 ml (892174) $24.95 $9.98
Sukin Super Greens Facial Scrub, 125ml $14.95 $5.98
Sukin Super Greens Detoxifying Facial Masque, 100ml $19.95 $7.98
Sukin Signature Travel Pack, 250 ml $17.09 $7.98
Sukin Hydration Hydrafusion Night Cream, 60 ml $22.95 $9.18
Sukin SPF 30 Tinted Light/Medium Sunscreen Lotion, 60 ml $24.95 $9.98

Free delivery with prime or $39+ spend.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

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  • +17

    Body wash contains Phenoxyethanol (allergen and endocrine disruptor), same with conditioner. Don't really have time to check evertyhing else. Some other potentially harmful chemicals… I find the manufacturer advertising their products as being natural misleading for the consumer.

    • Thanks, do you have any sources for it being an endocrine disruptor? That's pretty bad.

    • +3

      Phenoxyethanol is used a preservative and my understanding usually 1% in creams. I have attached a study below with the conclusion.

      Safety review of phenoxyethanol when used as a preservative in cosmetics. - https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jdv.15944
      Based on the currently available safety data, phenoxyethanol can be considered as safe when used as a preservative in cosmetic products at a concentration of up to 1%. Adverse systemic effects were observed in animal studies only at levels of exposure which were magnitudes higher than those that consumers would be exposed to when using cosmetic products containing phenoxyethanol. Despite its widespread use in cosmetic products, phenoxyethanol is only a rare sensitizer and it can be considered as one of the most well-tolerated preservatives used in cosmetic products

    • -9

      What's your view on

      My skin became alergic to something since politicians started mandating injecting experimental compounds in to people (still waiting for a dermatologist appointment).

      • There are different perspectives we can view those products at: one is just potentially harmful substances. Aveeno is good in that sense, as it does not have any, Dermaveen not good but not quite as bad as Sukin, I was just a bit angry at the Sukin manufacturer marketing their product as natural.

        Having said that, product performance is a complitely different matter, as well as individual allergies. In other words, potentially harmful product may perform great on your skin. It is just about your goals and potential risks.

        Oh, and by the way, have a look at this: https://www.amazon.com.au/NIVEA-Coconut-Scented-Moisturising... I will not comment in it's performance, but what's interesting is that it does not have many potentially harmful substances… Not somthing one would expect from Nivea and from a product at this price range…

      • +1

        Name checks out.

      • +1

        It looks the Aveeno one has Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) which is a known skin irritant. I personally always stay away from SLS/SLES as it makes me itchy

        Dermaveen still has Phenoxyethanol but i didn't know too much till this comment highlighted it.

        Thanks for highlighting that Phenoxyethanol is in Sukin's body wash.

        • Thanks.

        • Now I need to re-evaluate my use of Dermaveen shampoo and conditioner….

    • Any other brands you can recommend that are better (more natural) and decent price?

  • Would it be possible to price match at chemist warehouse?

    • I can't find a current copy of their policy, but no good if it's the same as what I found in a previous OzBargain post:

      Our price matching policy excludes international orders and offers that are exclusively online.

    • almost certainly not - we're not supposed to - but ymmv depending on who's serving you.

      source: i work at cw

  • +2

    Many prices have changed. Be sure to check before checking out. Seems to have reverted back to 50% on many products.

  • I like the Sukin masks and facial cleanser. However I have found that their shampoo/conditioner causes hair loss for me over time so I stopped using it.

    Now I need to figure out how to use up the rest of the bottles..

    • Bubble water for kids or use it on pets?

  • Available again.

  • good deal than woolies 50% deal, take 5 to stocking

  • Available again.

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