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Kiehls product info required, please.

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Housewife2010 Wed 18-Sep-13 22:29:52

This is a good offer For £49.50 you get the £27 body cream, a full size body polish (£22.50) & lip balm (£9.50) in a really nice bag.

SundaySimmons Wed 18-Sep-13 22:01:48

I'm just very suspicious that it appears to be identical to the revlon dry skin lotion.
Anyone remember using Revlon dry skin lotion? It was cheap and cheerful and sold in Boots.

I just paid £44 for something that appears to be identical to something I used to pay a couple of quid for, albeit many years ago.

PoppyWearer Wed 18-Sep-13 20:42:19

You won't regret it, it's gorgeous stuff!

If you ever fly through Heathrow Terminal 5, they sell it in World Duty Free.

SundaySimmons Wed 18-Sep-13 17:29:20

It arrived today. Came in a big box. Masses of tissue and bubble wrap. Inside is a very nice gift box which was also packed with masses of tissue paper.

I have put a small amount on my forearm. It is the same colour, and smells exactly how I remember Revlon dry skin lotion smelling of in the 1980s which at the time was dirt cheap!

I loved the Revlon lotion, I can't remember when I stopped using it or why.

If this Kiehls is as good I will be pleased.

SundaySimmons Sat 14-Sep-13 06:35:55

Yes I got the cream, free delivery, free gift card/wrapping and two free samples.

No paypal but able to pay on debit card.

Delivery 3-5days.


KenDoddsDadsDog Sat 14-Sep-13 06:32:06

It's a great product - they do generous samples in the shops if you want to try things.

SundaySimmons Sat 14-Sep-13 06:25:20

Free gift box and card if ordering direct from site, also free delivery.

SundaySimmons Sat 14-Sep-13 06:21:59

Thank you so much.

This must be a very good product as there are no discounts online at all. So at £44 or £27 (£16 one is tiny) , I have to make up my mind which to buy.

thoughtsbecomethings Sat 14-Sep-13 03:35:07

Creme de corps is the one,I too was wanting to know which one it was as it sounded just what I was looking for, I was able to PM her

VestaCurry Sat 14-Sep-13 03:04:33

Nivea have introduced one which I'm thinking of trying to save ££

peasandlove Sat 14-Sep-13 02:20:44

agree the creme de corps is gorgeous... I dont like the coconut smelling one though

BadPoet Fri 13-Sep-13 23:59:19

Well the others are just the skin softening one with various scents - I can't afford this anyway but I'd probably just pick the scent I liked.

SundaySimmons Fri 13-Sep-13 22:42:51

I clicked on her name but was unable to send a PM to her.

When you look on the kiehls website, a few of the lotions say apply to damp skin, so I wanted to know the exact one she uses.

BadPoet Fri 13-Sep-13 22:04:09

I saw that thread and have searched too! Disclaimer: I haven't used it but this Creme de Corps Lightweight Lotion has putting it on damp skin in the directions so maybe that's it?

PoppyWearer Fri 13-Sep-13 22:01:04

Creme de Corps is the most widely known/used body moisturiser by Kiehl's, so that would be my guess? I use it and it's divine.

soupmaker Fri 13-Sep-13 22:00:17

Have you PM'd her?

SundaySimmons Fri 13-Sep-13 21:55:58

For the love of god, someone give me an answer!

I have two threads running regarding is matter!

Someone must know what the product is!

Pretty please?!

SundaySimmons Fri 13-Sep-13 08:35:39

It wasn't a thread she started, it was a comment she made in a thread and then the next poster down, agreed with her about the product, but neither said the exact one it was!

peasandlove Fri 13-Sep-13 07:45:29

can you find the post by lilynotofthevalley and link that?

SundaySimmons Fri 13-Sep-13 06:31:59

Not having any success with my previous thread I have started this one!

What is the kiehls product that LilyNotOfTheValley mentioned in a post, regarding applying it after a shower whilst skin is still wet.

On the Kiehls website there are several body moisturised that suggest applying to the skin whilst damp.

I would like to know which one lily was referring to..

I like kiehls products, they do a lovely hand cream.

Many thanks.

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