Changes Sephora Has Made Due to the Coronavirus
Sephora is one of the largest cosmetic retailers in the world and like many other companies, it is making adjustments due to the Coronavirus.
According to stylecaster.com, Sephora has instructed employees to periodically disinfect product displays and hygiene stations. In addition, the retailer has suspended all skin and makeup services.
If you don't feel comfortable going to a store, Sephora is making it easier for you to shop from home. The company just announced the following free shipping offer:
"Free standard shipping offer valid for Beauty Insider members on merchandise purchases made through 11:59pm PT on 3/31/20 on sephora.com and sephora.ca. Offer not valid in Sephora US stores, Sephora Canada stores, or Sephora inside JCPenney stores, or on jcp.com, previous purchases, PLAY! by SEPHORA, gift wrapping, packaging, or taxes."
By the way, stylecaster.com recommends avoiding in-store testers and samples that other people may have used.
According to Sephora.com, the French-based company "operates over 2,600 stores in 34 countries worldwide." Local stores include Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrenceville, NJ, Cherry Hill Mall in Cherry Hill, NJ, and Oxford Valley Mall in Langhorne, PA.