Swap Your Beauty Products

February 7, 2014

in Beauty


Do you have products leftover from your Birchbox, Ipsy or other monthly beauty services that you don’t want or won’t use? Trade it! It can be just as fun and easy as receiving the boxes. With this concept in mind, eDivv.com launches as the first online community providing users of all beauty subscription boxes a free marketplace to negotiate and trade their samples. Beauty subscription box companies send 4-6 products each month, many of which are thrown out, put in the closet, or never used.  eDivv.com facilitates the swapping of these items through an interactive, negotiating-like platform never before seen on the internet.

Trading, or as eDivv.com likes to call it, “divvying,” is a fun, easy, and interactive way to swap products online.  Through the use of “Divvy” Requests, users can accept, decline, or counter their trading partner’s offer through checking or un-checking products listed under their trading partner’s account.

Beauty sample products are already being traded on mediums across the web today, including Facebook pages, makeup blogs and forums.  However, these modes are currently insufficient and traders can’t always trust their trading partner’s dependability.  eDivv.com allows users to adequately post products to their page, search for products of interest, negotiate potential trades, and rate their trading partner’s reliability at the completion of a trade.

Check out this video for more info!

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Lindsey Renuard is a blogger, YouTube beauty expert, and the Managing Editor of the Skiatook Journal.


Lara February 14, 2014 at 2:46 pm

Wow, I had no idea that people could swap beauty products online. I have heard about swapping clothes and books, but not beauty products! Thank you for opening my eyes!

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Leslie February 16, 2014 at 4:47 pm

Such an interesting concept. I always have extra stuff I never use! Another good use is to donate to shelters since they can always use little shampoos etc for those who rely on them/ #SITSBlogging
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Kimberly H. Smith February 17, 2014 at 4:15 pm

Divvying. That’s neat. Video is very informative. Thanks for sharing. #SITSBlogging
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Udi Benhamo March 6, 2014 at 2:52 am

Great article.
Thanks for information.
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