From one bargain hunter to another, we all know the truth about discount shopping don't we?
What I mean by that is - we know the sorts of products that usually end up discounted. They tend to be, shall we say, niche. Yes you might find that lovely cashmere jumper in the sale, but you won't get it in navy blue. Sure that fragrance you've been eyeing up might discount, but probably the out-of-season summer version. You know what I'm saying.
So imagine my surprise when I spotted Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Capsules in the Amazon Prime Day sale. These babies are no flash in the pan trend. They're a bonafide skincare classic, consistently adored, recommended and used by us beauty types. This timeless investment is the sort of thing those sensible 'how to shop' guides tell us we should be buying in sales (As opposed to, say, a leopard print full-length coat that goes with literally nothing else you own. Ahem) This is the real deal right here, so I'd hop on that Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Capsules Daily Youth Restoring Serum Deal pronto if I were you.
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Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Capsules Daily Youth Restoring Serum - Was £66, now £31 (save 53%), Amazon.co.uk
These capsules are packed with potent ingredients designed to soften, support and strengthen the skin. The man active ingredients here are ceramides, essential lipids that are naturally present in the skin but begin to deplete with age. This can leave the skin barrier weakened and vulnerable to environmental ageing. Twist open and apply your perfectly preserved portion of serum daily to re-plump and bolster for visibly improved texture. Other key ingredients include omega-rich Tsubaki oil, and a nourishing botanical complex made with alfalfa extract and coconut oil. The capsules are biodegradable and every ingredient is fragrance and preservative-free.
Tempted to treat yourself to softer, smoother skin with this Amazon Prime Day 2020 deal?
Right, now does anyone know what the returns policy is on items bought in a sample sale over three years ago? Asking for a friend who may have wasted £100 on that silly leopard print coat.