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    I am relieved the price takes it to 70 because I would have been tempted otherwise. I have a load of stock to get through so it would have been a very unnecessary purchase!

    I have just finished the Superdrug Natural Brightening cleanser (green tube if that is the wrong name) and thought it was Ok but reminded me of C&P which I am not so keen on. I still have various other DHS ones to try but next in line was a Decleor Micellar Oil which I like a lot. A DHS alternative cleansing oil I do like is Body Shop Camomile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SisterBliss View Post
    I totally agree, but madly, my skin prefers the L.E, as does Mr B's. He is greasy.
    Believe it or not, out the two it's the Aldi that is nearer to "natural" than the LE one, it's got less chemicals in it but everything else is the same, so it's a shame that, it could've saved you a fortune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SisterBliss View Post
    As in greasy skin, of course !
    Of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERCOOLWILLOW View Post
    Auto-Delivery Decleor 5 Piece Brighten & Hydrate Skincare Collection 64.92 + post
    http://www.qvcuk.com/ukqic/qvcapp.as...ms.item.237459

    All Prices from Decleor Direct

    400ml Aroma Cleanse Soothing Micellar Water Rose worth 29
    Hydra Floral White Petal Hydrating Sleeping Mask worth 36
    Hydra Floral Everfresh Fresh Skin Hydrating Light Cream worth 43
    Hydra Floral Everfresh Hydrating Eye Gel worth 35
    Aromessence Neroli Amara worth 48

    So 191 worth for about 70.87
    Thank you. Using your 191 including p&p ml for ml prices:


    400ml Aroma Cleanse Soothing Micellar Water Rose worth 29 cost 10.76
    Hydra Floral White Petal Hydrating Sleeping Mask worth 36 cost 13.36
    Hydra Floral Everfresh Fresh Skin Hydrating Light Cream worth 43 cost 15.96
    Hydra Floral Everfresh Hydrating Eye Gel worth 35 cost 12.99
    Aromessence Neroli Amara worth 48 cost 17.80

    Without p&p included in calculation the items come in approx a third of the original price.

    I don’t need this one, got too much to use already, but a great deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazza View Post
    I am relieved the price takes it to 70 because I would have been tempted otherwise. I have a load of stock to get through so it would have been a very unnecessary purchase!

    I have just finished the Superdrug Natural Brightening cleanser (green tube if that is the wrong name) and thought it was Ok but reminded me of C&P which I am not so keen on. I still have various other DHS ones to try but next in line was a Decleor Micellar Oil which I like a lot. A DHS alternative cleansing oil I do like is Body Shop Camomile.
    I absolutely love The Body Shop Chamomile cleansing butter but unfortunately I was allergic to it so I never bothered trying the oil as I'm assuming that I would struggle with that as well.
    Pity, because the texture of the butter was the nicest that I've ever used.
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    Thanks for doing the sums illoyd! As you say, it is a very good deal but I have decided to hold back this time. I am particularly overloaded with cleansers at the moment, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazza View Post
    I am relieved the price takes it to £70 because I would have been tempted otherwise. I have a load of stock to get through so it would have been a very unnecessary purchase!

    I have just finished the Superdrug Natural Brightening cleanser (green tube if that is the wrong name) and thought it was Ok but reminded me of C&P which I am not so keen on. I still have various other DHS ones to try but next in line was a Decleor Micellar Oil which I like a lot. A DHS alternative cleansing oil I do like is Body Shop Camomile.

    Body shop does a camomile Cleansing balm in a big tub that I've heard good things of. Looks to me to be V good for heavy makeup. There's always a lot of offers to be had with BS .

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazza View Post
    Thanks for doing the sums illoyd! As you say, it is a very good deal but I have decided to hold back this time. I am particularly overloaded with cleansers at the moment, lol.
    Thanks Lloyd. Not for me though. This has red skin all over it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarketta View Post
    I find the Decleor Micellar Water stings my eyes terribly (unlike the Elemis one which doesn't irritate my eyes at all) and in the presentations I've seen, they seem to acknowledge this by saying you need to be careful not to soak the cotton wool pad too much...I don't think anything that is meant to be used on eye makeup should sting your eyes, simple as that!
    Quote Originally Posted by SisterBliss View Post
    Imo the oil & water are overrated, they must be dirt cheap to make.

    For me, I found the Dec M.water stung my eyes, I prefer the oil, but they're really not all that.
    On the Q the elemis Mis.water is better for me - At least it has proper botanicals - not a mere dash of rose like the dec. There are some very good misc waters on the DHS - fraction of the price. Can't really go wrong with Simple? Plus any thing that is Superdrugs own brand they will refund if you're not happy. Their misc water was the very first I tried - before Decleor jumped on the wagon. Waitrose own range is also good & comes with the same refund promise. Hope this may be helpful to someone.
    I have very sensitive eyes and the Decleor Miceller Water does not irritate them. Just shows we are all different!!
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    The thing I like about the Elemis cleansing balm, apart from the lovely perfume, is that it is soft to the touch. This BS chamomile butter looks quite solid to me, rather like the new Boots balm. I can't be bothered to work that type of product!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazza View Post
    The thing I like about the Elemis cleansing balm, apart from the lovely perfume, is that it is soft to the touch. This BS chamomile butter looks quite solid to me, rather like the new Boots balm. I can't be bothered to work that type of product!
    It really isn’t Mazza. It starts to melt the second it goes on your hands.
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