Costco’s lead-wear vanity mirrors are being sold at discount stores for $2 per light, up from $1.75 per light previously.
Costco is offering them for the first time since their launch in October, as part of a new campaign for “leading the world”.
The company said it wanted to create a “world class product that reflects our culture and our ethos”.
Costco, one of the world’s biggest retailers, said it had been “inspired by the incredible people” it had grown up with.
The lead-wear mirrors, which are a new type of light, are designed to fit a range of head shapes.
They are designed for people who are not as tall as average and are not a “must-have” accessory.
Costo said the mirrors would have a lifespan of three to five years.
Coste said the mirror prices were a response to customers asking for more choice.
“We wanted to provide more choices for our customers and this led to the change,” the company said.
Costus’ new line of mirrors are expected to be available at stores on Wednesday.