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Would you like to help me spend a £40 M&S voucher just on me?
Go for it ! I like your style. If you want to blow the lot on one amazing thing go for the Enma Hardie Morianga Balm Cleanser. A huge pot with multi use and a cult following - google it if you have time or look up on QVC - amazing ingredients and results and will last forever. 100ml for £40.00 and very unlikely to be in the sale. Enjoy spoiling yourselves !
Me too! Had voucher since September, wanted some Xmas pjs but all sold out of my size Got some knickers and a vest and pants combo today exciting but have £23 left... Never ever used 'face stuff' before thought it was old wives tales and all ripping you off but if any of it actually works I might have a go! Fwiw I'm 35, fair, don't wear make up most of the time and skincare routine consists of washing face with plain water in the shower and some of DS's doublebase gel as moisturiser! What would you recommend and why?
Im not sure what the best facial skincare they have is but i think if i had a voucher just for me i woul be tempted by something from Roger and Gallet or Ren. I do seem to spend quite a bit in M&S but some of it on dh and dc. Nice things that i have had are the shimmer soft dressing gown, have several of their 'supersoft' nighties/pjs - love these, so comfortable. Really nice thermal fleece, actually more velour than fleece - perhaps not so much style and beauty but great as a layer for a winter walk. Indigo cord leggings, bought on a whim and fit so nicely, and so comfy i went back for more.
I really like Ren clarimatte toner. I changed just that (same face wash and moisturiser) and it had a massive effect on my skin-hardly a spot since. I'm planning on trying out some more of their products when I run out of my current things.