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Chemist Warehouse launches a mid year ‘madness’ sale on EVERYTHING

Chemist Warehouse launches a mid year ‘madness’ sale on EVERYTHING in store – but you only have the weekend to shop

  • Chemist Warehouse has decided to host a mid year sale on all of their stock
  • The discount retailer sells beauty products, vitamins, medications and perfume
  • Markdowns began in store and online on July 17 and will continue until July 19
  • There is 80% off perfume, 50% off toothpaste, 60% off beauty & 55% off vitamins

Chemist Warehouse has launched a mid year ‘madness’ sale on everything in store and online, including 80 per cent off perfume and 60 per cent off beauty products.

The Australian discount retailer started the markdowns on July 17 and they will continue until July 19, or while stocks last.

Popular brands like Maybelline, La Roche Posay, Sukin and L’Oreal Paris are all included in the epic offers, with baby care, weight loss supplements and sexual health categories all showing upwards of 60 per cent off.

Chemist Warehouse has launched a mid year ‘madness’ sale on everything in store and online, including 80 per cent off perfume and 60 per cent off beauty products

La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL Ultra-Light Fluid Facial Sunscreen is down to $20.15 - a saving of almost $10 on the recommended retail price

Sukin's Foaming Facial Cleanser is half price this week at $5.37

Sukin’s Foaming Facial Cleanser is half price this week at $5.37 (right) and the La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL Ultra-Light Fluid Facial Sunscreen (left) is down to $20.15 – a saving of almost $10 on the recommended retail price

The L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Filler Night Moisturiser, which is meant to provide a non-invasive alternative to cosmetic procedures, and is far cheaper at $35.54, down from $44.95

The L’Oreal Paris Revitalift Filler Night Moisturiser, which is meant to provide a non-invasive alternative to cosmetic procedures, and is far cheaper at $35.54, down from $44.95

Sukin’s Foaming Facial Cleanser is half price this week at $5.37 and the La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL Ultra-Light Fluid Facial Sunscreen is down to $20.15 – a saving of almost $10 on the recommended retail price.

Also in the skincare department is signature stretch mark preventer Bio Oil, which is $19.34 down from $24.95 a bottle, and Pimple Patches AM & PM, which are now just $7.19 for a pack of 36 acne-fighting ‘stickers’.

Makeup connoisseurs will be able to pick up the Maybelline Lash Sensational Lengthening Mascara for $12.32, less $10.63, and the Maybelline Fit Me Matte & Poreless Mattifying Liquid Foundation for $11.69.

The L’Oreal Paris Revitalift Filler Night Moisturiser, which is meant to provide a non-invasive alternative to cosmetic procedures, and is far cheaper than the average Botox at $35.54, down from $44.95.    

Also in the skincare department is signature stretch mark preventer Bio Oil (left), which is $19.34 down from $24.95 a bottle

Pimple Patches AM & PM (right), which are now just $7.19 for a pack of 36 acne-removing 'stickers'

Also in the skincare department is signature stretch mark preventer Bio Oil (left), which is $19.34 down from $24.95 a bottle, and Pimple Patches AM & PM (right), which are now just $7.19 for a pack of 36 acne-removing ‘stickers’

Makeup connoisseurs will be able to pick up the Maybelline Lash Sensational Lengthening Mascara for $12.32, less $10.63

Makeup connoisseurs will be able to pick up the Maybelline Lash Sensational Lengthening Mascara for $12.32, less $10.63

Blackmores vitamins like the Total Calcium & Magnesium + D3 Tablets are $17.99, which is half the usual price, and Swisse’s Ultiboost Co Enzyme Q10 Capsules are also 50 per cent off at $33.29.

Colgate Sensitive ProRelief Toothpaste is $4.49 on special for the next three days – a saving of $5.50 – and Oral B Kids Toothpaste for three-year-old’s is $1.52.

For those trying to lose weight the chemist is offering Naturopathica Fatblaster Clinical Capsules for $31.49 – a saving of $38.50 – and Protein World The Slender Blend Chocolate for $26.99.

All of their weight loss products are designed to be used with moderation in mind, and combined with a regimented exercise regime on doctor’s advice.

Parents can find all manner of baby needs in the way of formula, wipes, nappy rash cream and nappies for less than half the price you’d pay for them in the supermarket.

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