£100 Boots Points

(17 Posts)
DoorsAndWater Sun 25-Sep-16 14:50:50

I have £106 in Boots points to spend, I've been saving them but everytime I come to spend them, I don't know what to buy! Anybody got any good ideas or good product recommendations? I am mid thirties with combination skin, sometimes get hormonal spots but can also be a bit sensitive!! Hair is fine and dyed blonde in a long bob, any ideas greatfully received! Thank you smile

MadisonAvenue Sun 25-Sep-16 14:54:22

I recently spent about £55 of mine on a Babyliss Big Hair, one with two different sized brushes. Really like it and it's not something I'd have gone out and bought normally.

PotteringAlong Sun 25-Sep-16 14:56:29

I'd save them and buy Christmas presents with them!

DoorsAndWater Sun 25-Sep-16 14:56:34

Thanks madisonavenue but I have one already, Mother's Day gift last year! I love it

peaceloveandbiscuits Sun 25-Sep-16 14:57:17

You can buy appliances from Boots online!

DoorsAndWater Sun 25-Sep-16 14:59:01

Pottering I've saved them on purpose to treat myself! I did think about that but I never usually have money to treat myself at the moment!

Mumstudentbum Mon 26-Sep-16 16:42:33

Ohhh I feel for you! I have £50 and I don't know what to spend them on, I'd be going mad if I had £100 lol.

Sorry no help grin

chanie44 Mon 26-Sep-16 18:32:14

You could buy Xmas presents with it and then use the cash you would have spend elsewhere.

I'd buy some designer sunglasses, not sure if Boots still sell them.

Whatthefoxgoingon Mon 26-Sep-16 18:51:33

Put it towards a Dyson hairdryer taking it from ridiculous to just expensive?

Talisin Mon 26-Sep-16 21:33:42

The Boots beauty advent calendar will be out in a month or so if that sort of thing is up your street? Costs £40 I believe and is definitely a good treating yourself thing.

Judydreamsofhorses Mon 26-Sep-16 22:46:42

I'd buy some lovely perfume. There's a new Chanel No 5 flanker which is in your budget - nice and light compared with the original.

SuckingEggs Mon 26-Sep-16 23:35:08

I bought a brilliant epilator in the sale. Really good. Saved £50 on it!

ThanksForAllTheFish Tue 27-Sep-16 00:21:15

I would get a clarisonic Mia 2 (you would need to put £25 towards it) but can't remember if you need to pay in full with boots points? I think you might so in that case I would keep saving until l had enough points to get one.

LBOCS2 Tue 27-Sep-16 00:41:07

You have to pay in full with Boots points.

I had £50 which I just ended up frittering away on baby clothes and nail varnish in the end. I was looking for some high end makeup but nothing called to me.

BeaLola Tue 27-Sep-16 00:47:20

I would buy Chanel compact mirror and some Chanel Les Beiges make up and perhaps some perfume

GardenGeek Tue 27-Sep-16 01:01:54

I have really wanted to invest in one of the new Benefit brow bar items. There are just so many grin

AmethystMoon Tue 27-Sep-16 08:23:04

I've got over 100 pounds on my boots card too. I am so confused by the options I have for treating myself I have kind of frozen into inaction! Meanwhile they keep increasing. I'm actually stressing about spending them properly and getting the most out of them grin madness I know hmm

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