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    Quote Originally Posted by Ani View Post
    I have watched the midnight presentation of the TSV this morning and they said concerning the order of the products that you are supposed to use the cocktail after cleansing with the Time Bomb cleanser, followed by the Collagen Bomb and a moisturiser. Of course, the neck and jaw cream speaks for itself.:-)
    In case you are using a cleanse-tone-moisturise regime from a different brand, the cocktail is to be slotted in after your regular toner and before a serum (Collagen Bomb or whatever you are using). They say so within the first couple of minutes.:-)
    Yes, sorry Ani, we did at least learn that. I should have mentioned it.

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    No need to say sorry, it is just that I sooo wanted to know it and paid extra special attention.;-)

    Is it true that there are only two TSVs a year from Time Bomb? I think last year there where three (I missed the August TSV because of my exams, have just learned today doing some research that there was a TSV in August.), June, August and December, right?
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    Default Lulu's skin

    I've just turned on to see Lulu with Ali Young, I don't think Lulu's skin is a good advert for her products, it looks very dry & quite aged & loose now. I was quite shocked, I don't remember her skin looking like this before and yes, I know she's had work done. 😮

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    Well you can only lift your skin over your head so many times before it comes back around again. By this time she must be on her knobby knees thus the wrinkly bits.
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    Yes, well she did have that "tambourine - taut" / "clingfilm stretched out over a mixing bowl" tight look going on for a while. Now it's just slackening off. She's beginning to look like a dry old turkey that even the Bernard Matthews factory would reject.

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    Hey Lulu! If you're reading this, here's a tune which may have been written about your conversations with a plastic surgeon:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nlnoa67MUJU
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julius View Post
    Hey Lulu! If you're reading this, here's a tune which may have been written about your conversations with a plastic surgeon:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nlnoa67MUJU
    Lulus skin seems very fragile now this could be for a number of reasons
    I would take a very confident guess that Lulu has had sculptra, and is due for a top-up.
    As she talks, animation of her face highlights what I would guess is a thread lift as thread striations are evident on one side of her face

    The bottom line is Lulu has her facialist on speed dial -- no doubt about it I would tick box - botox, radiesse, sculptra, as filers. A previous thread lift , and laser skin resurfacing.

    She has no right to sell a skin oroduct. However she's a clever little fanny. She knows how to get away with it *legally*

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    It actually doesn't really bother me that she's had work done.
    Okay, so her lotions & potions might not be the only reason for how she looks but they seem to get good reviews generally.

    It's no different to Ali K trying to flog us a lip product, when it's plainly obvious that she's had hers done, or Sarah Chapman who openly admits to using Botox.
    They're only there to flog us products, so I've no issue with it really.
    I just wish they'd be a bit more open about it, but I guess that would affect sales, so I can't see it happening any time soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie View Post
    I tried this range out for the first time just over a year ago and I have been very pleased with the quality of all the products I used. I have dry skin and use this range and Liz Earle dry/sensitive.

    I will be buying the TSV.
    This range has never appealed to me but I may now try it, thank you very much!



    I mainly use LE and Elemis! I also use some HS brands and find them good too at half the price!
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