Wholesale Cosmetics

 

Save Time & Money Finding Genuine 
Wholesale Cosmetics Suppliers

At SaleHoo we do the heavy lifting finding wholesale cosmetics suppliers 
so you can focus on growing your online business

 

Crushed Loose Mineral Blush
Avg Price:
$17.50
Potential Profit:
$4.50
Foundation Primer SPF 30
Avg Price:
$32.80
Potential Profit:
$3.20
BareMinerals Illuminating Mineral Veil
Avg Price:
$17.50
Potential Profit:
$4.50

 

Supplier Details

 
Supplier’s Name: Log in to view
Years in Business: 19
Ships Worldwide: Yes
Minimum Order: No minimum order
Brands they stock: Anna Sui, Aramis, Aveda, Ayer, Biotherm, Bain De Terre, Bed Head, Biogenol, Biolage, Biosilk, Bumble And Bumble, Catwalk, Chi, Davidoff, Diana De Silva, Diane Von Furstenberg, Diesel, Evyan, Gabriella Sabatini, Geoffrey Beene, Guepard, Guy Laroche, Halston, Hanae Mori, Helmut Lang, Hermes, Herve Leger, Houbigant, Hugo Boss, Iceberg, A.H.C, Adrienne Vittadini, Alfred Sung, Angel Schlesser, Aroma Naturals...
Products they stock: Pressed Powders, Creme to Powder Foundations, Blotting Powders, Liquid Foundations, Pressed Eyeshadows, Loose Eyeshadows, Mascaras, Lipglosses, Duo Lipglosses, Lipsticks, Liquid Eyeliners, Makeup Remover, Makeup Setting Spray, Lip Balm, Concealer Pots, Bronzing Lotion, Glitter Eyeshadows...
 

 

 

How to buy wholesale cosmetics

The global cosmetics market is set to register an annual growth rate of 4.3% to reach $429.8 billion by 2022. So, if you are considering to start an online store, you have picked a good niche.

Consider these questions before you source cosmetics for your store:

  • Which target group are you going to sell to? The spending habit on cosmetics for people of different age groups and skin tones are different.
  • Women have to account for dry skin during winter and oily skin during the summer. You may want to consider sourcing different type of cosmetics depending on the season.
  • It's easier to sell more cosmetics when you can make a bundle that caters to specific skin condition. For example, a cosmetic kit for concealing acne or a kit for glowing skin during the summer.

 

 

Where to buy wholesale cosmetics

A surefire way source wholesale cosmetics is from wholesalers. If you are a beginner, you can get started easily with:

Google

— Just type "buy wholesale cosmetics near me" and you will instantly get thousands of potential wholesale cosmetic suppliers near you.

While this method is free, the wholesale suppliers from Google are not always legitimate. You have to do the due diligence and weed out real wholesalers from the crowd. This can take a significant amount of your time.

Online Forums

— You can post on forums such as Wholesale forum and Warrior forum to get recommendations on suppliers. Joining and interacting on these forums will allow you to build potential business relationships, get feedback from other sellers and possibly connect with wholesalers directly.

However, be warned that these lists and suggestions won’t be vetted, and that recommendations can come from self interest.

Supplier directories

— Supplier directories, like SaleHoo, vet their suppliers. This means you won't need to worry about finding high-quality suppliers or getting scammed.

While there is a small fee ($67/year for SaleHoo), it's the best method for beginners. We even give you our market research tool, which shows you how often items sell and helps you find new products to add to your store!

 

 

Finding trusted suppliers

SaleHoo has vetted thousands of suppliers. Here are some of the steps we use to weed out the bad ones:

Contact the supplier and verify their address

— If a supplier doesn’t display their phone number and address, keep looking. If they do, call them and make sure a real person answers.

Check your supplier’s reputation and track record

— A great supplier will have been in business a long time (at least 10 years). Check their time in operation. Additionally, call up one of their customers to get a personal testimonial.

Purchase and inspect their products

— Product samples reveal a supplier’s product quality and packaging. Use their products as rough as you can to see how it holds up.

Test their customer support

— Your supplier is your partner; Call your supplier’s customer support to make sure they answer quickly and thoroughly. If not, keep looking (your business relies on your supplier, after all.

 

Since 2005 SaleHoo has helped over 137,000 customers successfully start
online businesses on eBay, Amazon and their own online stores.

 

SaleHoo has over 113 wholesale suppliers for cosmetics

How can you get started?

 

Step 1: Find cosmetics that sell

We research various marketplaces to provide you insider information about product's sell rate — how likely is the product going to sell, so you don’t have to second guess.

Step 2: Contact a supplier

Contact one of our 113 vetted wholesale cosmetics suppliers and choose the best one for your needs. You can get started with them right away!

Step 3: Add products to your store

Once you have a great product and a great supplier, it's time to cash in. Upload your product listings and take your chunk of that $100 billion market share!

 
 

 

A few personal notes from our customers on social media

 

 

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gave these sisters more freedom

Carolyn Newsom, US

"Within a year of using SaleHoo, Carolyn and Bootsie had grown Bootsie’s Boutique from earning a few hundred dollars a month to more than $50,000 a year."

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