12 souvenir cosmetics from Thailand! A summary of recommended beauty products available at drugstores

When visiting Bangkok, Thailand, women would like to buy beauty cosmetics and cosmetics products as souvenirs.

In tropical Thailand, you can buy herb-based shampoos, organic toothpaste, coconut oil hair oil, and other Thai-style cosmetics!

In this article, I will introduce you to some Thai cosmetics that you should buy at drugstores that are easy to stop by while sightseeing.

I’ve also included information on where you can buy them, their prices, and how they feel.

You can buy good quality cosmetics at petit price in Thailand!

★If you want to buy souvenirs for your company or acquaintances, it is recommended to buy them smartly by mail order. You can buy mangosteen soap or Hahn Rice Soap for not much more than the local price. Enjoy Shopping for Yourself in Thailand♩
Thai Souvenirs at JTB Mail Order

“boots” or “watosons”

for buying cosmetics at drugstores in Bangkok, Thailand.
There are two main drugstores in Thailand, “boots” and “watosons”, which you can always find when walking around the city.

Both are located in street stores and shopping centers near tourist attractions, so if you see one, go in.

“Boots” has many original and cheap products


A drugstore called “boots” originated in England, and is marked by a blue sign.

You can find them everywhere, even at Dom An Airport in Thailand. I have the impression that there are many cheap original products.

“watosons” is popular for its buy one, get one free sale


watosons” is a drugstore based in Hong Kong. The green store is quite conspicuous and easy to find.

They are popular for their daring “buy one, get another free” sales.

If you see girls swarming around watosons, there’s a good chance they’re having a sale, so stop by and check it out.

Recommended beauty cosmetics bought at a drugstore in Bangkok, Thailand

When you wake up in the morning, can you kiss it right away? Herbal toothpaste “DENTISTE”


DENTISTE, a toothpaste containing herbs, is known as “the toothpaste that makes you fall in love” or “the toothpaste that makes you kiss the next morning.

If you buy it in Japan, it costs more than $10, but in Thailand, you can buy it for less than half the price, making it quite popular.

The feeling after using it is indeed very refreshing. The stickiness in the mouth disappears completely.

It is also available in small sizes, so you may want to give it away as a souvenir.

Price
165 baht ($5.60)

Where to buy
Boots, watosons and other drugstores, supermarkets such as Tops Market, and convenience stores.

Butterfly Shampoo produced by Abai Bouvet


Avaiboube, an organic herbal product made by the National Hospital Foundation established by the Thai royal family. .

There is a directly managed store in Bangkok’s Surasak station, but popular products are also available at drugstores, supermarkets, and convenience stores.

There are a variety of herbal products such as soaps, body soaps, and aromatic oils, but the most popular is the Butterfly Pea shampoo.

Butterfly pea is a herb that is often used in food and cosmetics in Thailand. It has a characteristic blue color and is said to be effective in preventing aging and eye fatigue.

You can buy shampoo and conditioner using this high-quality herb for about $2.50 each, which is a bargain.

The feel is a bit refreshing and refreshing. I like the herbal scent of Butterfly Pea, so it’s my favorite.

[Price]
Shampoo 72 Baht ($2.44)

[Where to buy]
Boots, watosons and other drugstores, supermarkets such as Tops Market, convenience stores

Yardom, where you can refresh yourself by smelling the refreshing aroma of menthol


Yardom is a common sniffing gum found in Thailand. It is impregnated with menthol and other cool aromas.

Surprisingly, some people in Thailand stick these sticks up their noses…!

It’s easy to use. When you are sleepy or want to change your mind, just put the stick close to your nose and smell it. .

The refreshing menthol smell will clear your head a bit! It seems to be an idea of people in the land of everlasting summer.

It looks like a lipstick, so it’s not bulky, and you can buy one for less than $0.90, so it’s perfect as a souvenir to give away.

[Price]
25 baht ($0.84)

[Where to buy]
Boots, watosons and other drugstores, supermarkets such as Tops Market, and convenience stores.

Coconut oil hair mask


Coconut is a tropical fruit. Drugstores in Thailand have a wide variety of cosmetics that use coconut oil.

I also love the scent of coconut, so I find it very useful. It has a strong scent and is moisturizing but not sticky at all!

[Price]
215 baht ($7.30)

[Where to buy]
Buy at boots

Argan oil hair mask


I can never have enough hair masks, so I also bought one with argan oil.

This one is very moisturizing for a Thai product. My hair, which used to be stringy, is now moisturized.

There were four types of products in the line: shampoo, conditioner, hair pack, and repair oil.

[Price]
149 baht ($5.06)

[Where to buy]
Buy at boots

Coconut oil soap


I pretty much love this coconut oil soap!

In winter, I get cracked after washing my body and hands, but when I use this soap, they stay moist after washing.

The coconut scent is also moderate and easy to use.

[Price] 60 baht ($2.03)

[Where to buy]
Tops Supermarket, Drugstore

Mangosteen soap


The mangosteen is a familiar fruit in Southeast Asia, and is said to be good for beauty.

Soaps made from the mangosteen are popular as Thai souvenirs.

It contains vitamins, antioxidants, and other ingredients that seem to make the skin dull. .

The soap is refreshing and leaves your skin feeling smooth. It seems that people who suffer from back acne often use this product.

You can buy it at an affordable price, so it’s a good idea to give it a try.

[Price]
57 Baht ($1.93)

[Where to buy]
watosons

By the way, Thai souvenirs such as mangosteen soap can be purchased by mail order from travel agencies. You can also buy the famous Harn Rice Soap.

There are about 50 kinds to choose from, and the prices are reasonable.

I have also bought souvenirs through the JTB mail order service, and found it to be reasonably priced and quite convenient! .

Thai souvenirs at JTB mail order

“Scentio” with a cow’s mark


Scentio is a local Thai cosmetic brand with a cow logo.

The face wash containing coenzyme Q10 seems to be popular. When you wash your face with the fluffy vanilla-like foam, your skin will feel moisturized. It was sold everywhere, including drugstores, convenience stores, and supermarkets.

[Price]
130 baht ($4.41)

[Where to buy]
boots, watosons and other drugstores, supermarkets such as Tops Market, convenience stores

boots’ original hairspray


boots has many original products for sale, and I liked the hair spray.

There are many kinds, including coconut, aloe, and lavender, and they are all fragrant.

It is refreshing to use and moderately moisturizing, so in Japan it is perfect for use in the summer or in the morning.

[Price]
40 baht ($1.35)

[Where to buy]
boots

“sabai arom”,cosmetics made from produce grown without pesticides.


Sabai Arom is a natural body care cosmetic made from Thai agricultural products grown without pesticides.

I’ve seen it in drugstores and supermarkets. It is a famous brand in Thailand.

The lineup includes body soaps, aromatic oils, and hand creams in a wide variety of scents.

The jasmine flower scent was my favorite. It’s a bit expensive, but I think it’s a solid souvenir you can buy at a drugstore.

[Price]
200 baht ($6.79)

[Where to buy]
Boots, watosons and other drugstores, supermarkets such as Tops Market

boots’ Cucumber Series


The right side of the photo is another original product from Boots. As the name suggests, Cucumber Seeds makes your skin watery.

The series had a wide range of products from cleansing to moisturizing creams.

My favorite is the eye cream, which is useful because it keeps my skin moist all day when I apply it.

Do cucumbers work? I was skeptical when I bought it, but it has become my favorite because it keeps my skin moist longer than I had imagined.

[Price]
99 Baht ($3.36)

[Where to buy]
boots

Maybelline mascara

You may be thinking, “Why would I buy Maybelline as a souvenir in Thailand? You may be thinking, “Why would I buy Maybelline mascara in Thailand?

The reason is that you can buy it at a reasonable price. In Thailand, you can buy Maybelline cosmetics for about a quarter of the price in Japan.

A mascara that costs more than $10 in Japan costs $3.36 when bought in Thailand! This is definitely a bargain, isn’t it?

I feel that there is no difference in comfort from Japan, so the quality seems to be fine. It’s really only 99 baht at drugstores in Thailand, so make sure you get some!

[Price]
99 Baht ($3.36)

[Where to buy]
Boots, watosons and other drugstores.

I think it is easy to find good quality products for a reasonable price at drugstores in Thailand. The boots and watosons stores introduced here have so many stores that you can always find them in Bangkok and other cities, so feel free to stop by and look for souvenirs when you find them.

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Thai Souvenirs You Can Buy by Mail Order

Thai souvenirs can actually be purchased by mail order. You can buy the following items at “JTB Shopping“.

  • Hearn Rice Soap
  • Mangosteen Soap
  • Oriental Rose Hand Cream
  • Dried Fruits
  • Statue-shaped milk chocolate
  • Statue-shaped cookies
  • Thai Coconut Flakes
  • Benjarong ware small container

You can choose from 40 different kinds of Thai souvenirs.

Advantages of buying souvenirs by mail order

I have actually bought Thai souvenirs by mail order and found the following advantages.

  • You don’t have to worry about buying souvenirs in Thailand
  • You can get souvenirs rather cheaply (about $10 for a box of milk chocolates)
  • The taste is delicious
  • A wide variety to choose from
  • No need to carry heavy luggage locally
  • No Japanese notation, so you won’t know you bought it in Japan
  • You can specify the time of delivery

It’s a little more expensive than buying locally, but considering the time and transportation costs of searching around for souvenirs locally, I felt it was a good deal.

Be smart about preparing souvenirs to give away by mail order, and enjoy sightseeing and shopping for yourself while you’re there! There is no need to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away.

You don’t have to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away. You can buy souvenirs on the JTB website, so you can prepare souvenirs to give away here.

Look at JTB Shopping for souvenirs in Thailand

Credit cards are recommended for shopping in Thailand


When shopping in Thailand, I recommend using credit cards.

The reason for this is that when you get pickpocketed, having a lot of cash on you can cause a lot of damage.

If you use a credit card, you can stop it right away with a phone call, so basically paying with a credit card is recommended. There are many stores in Thailand that accept credit card payments, and you can pay at drugstores and supermarkets with your card.

For cosmetics shopping, do your research online


While shopping, it is recommended to be connected to the Internet so that you can do some research.

Many cosmetics have product descriptions in English, and it is often difficult to understand what kind of product it is unless you are connected to the Internet.

However, if you have pocket wifi, you can connect to the Internet at any time and shop in comfort.

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