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Beauty-Bargains.com Launches with Huge Discounts on High-End Cosmetics

Oct 30 2013, 2:52pm CDT | by PR.com

Ringgold, GA, October 30, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Americans spend an astounding $33.3 billion on cosmetics and other beauty products every year, according to the US Commerce Department in 2010. But savvy shoppers can now slash the cost of high-end cosmetics usually found only in major department stores by shopping at www.beauty-bargains.com.

The newly launched e-commerce website offers designer cosmetics that are not usually discounted by department stores. With brands like MAC, Lancôme, Urban Decay, and NARS priced 30-90% below retail, beauty-bargains.com offers women the opportunity to save big on products that make them look and feel great

Ashleigh Petet, owner and founder of Beauty-Bargains.com, launched the site after selling products for more than 15 years as an eBay Power Seller and more recently on amazon.com. "I wanted to create my own site, pass even more savings to my customers and provide an opportunity to interact on a more personal level.”

Contact Information:
Beauty-Bargains.com
Ashleigh Petet
423-903-0250
Contact via Email
Beauty-Bargains.com

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