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Armani Eyes To Kill mascara and Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream

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NNat Mon 21-Jan-13 22:55:59

Both are £££ - what did they do to those of you who used it?
Are they worth buying?


NNat Tue 22-Jan-13 22:58:53

Shameless bump

munchkinmaster Tue 22-Jan-13 23:04:51

I like marine cream. do I like it £50? Not when I'm on mat leave.

The serum stuff to go underneath is horrid though. I find cheapest to buy in a gift set with eye cream if you want eye cream too.

cardamomginger Wed 23-Jan-13 08:28:42

I really like pro-collagen marine cream. It's worth checking out QVC and HQ Hair online as they often have gift sets and sales.

Pinot Wed 23-Jan-13 12:15:47

PCMC is amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazing. Hugely potent with anti-ageing wotnots <technical> but super light and easy to apply. LOVE.

sue52 Wed 23-Jan-13 13:02:27

I love pro marine collagen. A little goes a long way and it's made a big difference to my dry skin. Worth it for me.

AlwaysSleepingBeauty Wed 23-Jan-13 18:05:42

I had a sample size tube of Eyes to Kill, it was quite good as mascara goes, but I still prefer Max Factor False Lash actually.

SoldeInvierno Wed 23-Jan-13 18:39:29

I really like the pro marine cream. I buy the 100ml pot online and it works out much cheaper.

colditz Wed 23-Jan-13 18:44:10

The pro colleges cream is beautiful. I got given a tub of it once, by someone who works at a spa and got it for free.

But it is not £50 a tub beautiful

NNat Wed 23-Jan-13 21:08:14

Thanks all!

dazzlingdeborahrose Wed 23-Jan-13 21:14:37

I really like marine cream. Hubby keeps buying me gift sets and you get a thirty ml one in some. I've got about three. I use neals yard rose facial oil rather than the bliss capsules. Buying online is cheaper and you can get some good offers too.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 25-Jan-13 00:32:54

PCMC- I started buying Elemis before Christmas and I love it.
I used it about 7 years ago and I was hmm but maybe my skin wasn't ready for it then.

I buy the sets from QVC.
Large cleanser. Large PCMC and a few smaller sizes of the treatments.

naturallyconnected Mon 03-Jun-13 15:15:33

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