Are your ev­ery­day beauty prod­ucts cost­ing you more just be­cause you’re a woman?

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Tesco may have got the ball rolling and dropped the cost of women’s ra­zors, but the ‘Pink Tax’ still means that women are reg­u­larly pay­ing more than men for the same items. Hid­den be­hind vary­ing quan­ti­ties and prices per ml, ev­ery­thing from shav­ing foam to face wash is of­ten way pricier for women. In fact, us gals spend a whop­ping 37 per cent more on av­er­age than our male coun­ter­parts! Un­til the law sorts it­self out (ahem, Teresa May, we’re look­ing at you) why not save easy £££s and buy like the boys? Or bet­ter yet, just bor­row your BF’S for free.

Fra­grance 50% more ex­pen­sive

mois­turiser of­ten 20% more ex­pen­sive

shav­ing Foam 43% more ex­pen­sive

ra­zors 33% more ex­pen­sive

shower gel & Bath prod­ucts can be up to 78% more ex­pen­sive

Women of­ten pay DOU­BLE the price for face Washes and scrubs

Our Favourites to Bor­row From the Boys…

While some things are worth the ex­tra money (we’re not trad­ing in our per­fume for af­ter­shave just yet) there are def­i­nitely some ba­sics you could raid the men’s aisle for…

Gil­lette Se­ries Clas­sic Shave Foam Sen­si­tive, £1.85 Sure Men In­vis­i­ble Ice Spray Deodor­ant, £2.50 Ra­dox Feel Awake for Men 2in1 Shower Gel & Sham­poo, £1 Nivea For Men Deep Cleans­ing Face Wash, £3.99 Su­per­drug Dis­pos­able Twin Blade Ra­zors x 10, £1

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