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I received a £15 M&S voucher today, as we bank with M&S. I rarely spend money at M&S, other than food and tights.I have treated myself to the advent calendar though.I don't really fancy make up, but is there anything that I really ought to snap up? I don't mind spending more.I'm 45 and in fairly good condition, normal skin, not sensitive. Spend a lot of time outdoors so hands take a bit of stick.Recommendations welcome!TIA
This is nice Butterfly reminds me of Marc Jacobs Daisy
Oh, perfume. I love perfume. I hadn't even considered perfume. Thank you. I used to have Daisy many moons ago. It's lovely isn't it? Or I think it is!
What about a L'Occitane hand cream?
Pixi Glow Acid Toner?
the Nuxe huile prodigiuese for max usage potential! face, body, hair. Smells lovely, lovely texture.
Nuxe reve de Miel lip balm or l'occitane almond shower oil. Lip balm fab at keeping my dry flaky lips in good condition and shower oil smells gorgeous and keeps skin soft
Oh thanks for the further recommendations. I'm always up for another hand cream, I have them stashed everywhere so I can constantly reapply. Same for lip balms.I'm REALLY tempted to pay the extra for the Nuxe, it gets great reviews and I love a multi use product. In addition I have dry curly hair which always benefits from oil.
Oh I came on to say exactly what others have! My repeat buys are Nuxe huile prodigiuese or their lip balm (in the pot, def not the stick version). Enjoy!
www.marksandspencer.com/best-seller-gift-set/p/p22494122?prevPage=plpI bought this in the end. Really so I can try the products. Actually, I have a sampler of the moisturiser, which I love, but I thought this was good value for an extra fiver.Thank you all for reminding me and recommending.
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