I look in on my local TK Maxx far more than I ever do my local Boots for beauty finds. I noticed (while looking for cutlery actually) in my local store that they had a consignment of Nioxin at £19.99 for 1000ml. That seems like an extremely good deal that is elsewhere currently for £39 (and that’s a reduced from approx £68). If you use it, dash out as soon as you can and stock up – I can only find the Scalp Therapy Conditioner 2 on TK online HERE.
I also spotted (on-line), this range from Dr Botanicals – I don’t know it at all but I do love a micellar water and the mint aspect sounds quite tempting. What’s pretty amazing about this is that it’s reduced from £85 (I never would!) to a more reasonable £19.99. I’m seeing it at full price elsewhere. It’s HERE. Actually, there are several Dr Botanicals products at TK Maxx, so if it sounds like your kind of range, there are huge savings.
Decleor’s Mattifying Lotion seems like a good buy at £16.99 instead of £25 if you have oily skin issues. I haven’t used this, but do like the Decleor range in general. It’s HERE.
Personally, I can’t touch Dr Perricone (allergic), but this also seems like one heck of a bargain, considering the Blue Plasma range has been in general very favourably received. It’s reduced from £79.99 to £39.99 HERE.
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And, if you love a peely product, this Bliss Peeling Groovy Facial Serum is down from £49.50 to £7.99! Seriously! It’s HERE.
I love making these bargain lists – the more bargains I find the more addictive the lists become. I need to get to the bottom of how brands like NARS, Bliss and Perricone end up in there (half price Carita anyone?) with prices absolutely slashed, but I do know that some brands don’t come up in search on the site (TK Maxx are not allowed to include them in search) so it’s well worth doing a trawl every now and again. Other brands don’t allow a ‘previous price’. It could be that it’s stock that’s nearing its use-by, or being discontinued so it can’t be sold into retailers at full price, or it could be a deal with the distributor rather than the brand itself. Today I’ve seen Estee Lauder, Bahoma, Urban Apothecary and Pecksniffs, so I’ve done a tight edit when this list could be hours long! I’m going to do a Spa post next week because there are some brilliant products for pure pampering.
I am tagging in this Cashmere Throw however because it’s from Hawick Cashmere (so near my home-town and known for excellent cashmere) and there are only 4 left – reduced from £299 to £134 and by the time I get round to my spa post there won’t be any left. I don’t have one, but don’t be surprised if there are only 3 left by the time you read this! It’s HERE.
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