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Any Decleor fans?

(10 Posts)
shoeprincess2 Tue 26-Feb-13 10:51:28

Decleor is heavily reduced on cheapsmells.com until Sunday. I am very temped by the night balms (e.g 30ml for £29 instead of the usual £55). However, are they actually worth it? I currently use a cheap Superdrug hydrating serum at night, and have no complaints, but I am tempted by the lovely aromatherapy smells of Decleor products. Before I go and fritter £29 on something, can you ladies tell me whether it is worth it or not?

Walnutcakelover Tue 26-Feb-13 11:02:45

I love their Hydrafloral moisturiser and their eye Hydrotenseur eye cream. I wasn't to keen on their oils, for some reason I came out in spots, oh and I also love their cleansing milk.

shoeprincess2 Tue 26-Feb-13 11:16:40

Thanks walnut (great NN by the way- love that cake too). I have reactive skin, so probably wise not to get any oils/balms. Will have a look at the hydrafloral moisturiser though.

rubytutu Tue 26-Feb-13 15:56:49

hydrafloral lovely but agree about the oils gave me awful spots

LaurieFairyCake Tue 26-Feb-13 16:04:46

£29 is still more than they cost when QVC do their today's special value - I use the night balm and the neroli oil and the aromessence and their all lovely and don't bring me out in spots (I've got normal skin plus oily t zone).

I can't link on my phone but if you go on www.qvcuk.com and search for decleor there will be smaller sizes of the oils, try me packs, moisturisers where you get the sample oil free etc.

cavaqueen Tue 26-Feb-13 16:05:38

love decleor
will have a look at that

cavaqueen Tue 26-Feb-13 16:07:29

oooh the night balms are bargainous!

elfandsafeT Tue 26-Feb-13 16:13:43

I use all of their stuff including the oils and have done for years. I have sensitive skin and have never had spots using it.

The best thing to do is book a facial at one of the Decleor counters - you pay a deposit for an hours facial of £30 and then you can use it towards 2 products, therefore getting a free 1 hour facial, which offsets (a bit) the high cost of the products and means you get the best advice about which products to get.

Iseeall Tue 26-Feb-13 16:29:43

I use lots of Decleor, balms, cleanser, toner, moisturiser, body lotion and also have eczema prone skin. Never had any problems. I think they do work well on my 47 yr old skin. If what you are using works, why change.If you have skin problems why not try qvc, as someone suggested, they have a fab returns policy so if you find decleor balm to heavy you can return it. The balms are on the heavy side you use a tiny tiny amount.

shoeprincess2 Tue 26-Feb-13 16:44:41

Iseeall- I'm probably being seduced by the idea of Decleor, rather than necessity. My skin is in pretty good condition, so like you say, why change? I have had a look on QVC; they do have good deals, so I might try something in the future, but won't rush and get something from cheapsmells just becuase there is a sale.

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