WOW ! Liberty's £150 Beauty Goodies FREE With Purchase!

28 September 2011

Let’s be honest.  Beauty 'gifts with purchase’ can often be a major disappointment.

How often is that 'gift' a cheap and nasty looking toiletry bag or a hideously mumsy handbag or what turns out to be a microscopic-sized sample of another product in the range?

Which is why, when we saw the SIZE of Liberty’s un-be-fricking-lievable new gift-with-purchase (above) we had to tell you about it immediately.

Weighing twice as much as last week’s supersized Grazia – i.e. heavy – this bag of THIRTEEN beauty goodies contains proper, travel-sized samples of top notch luxury brands of products – we’re talking Kiehls, Ren, Dermalogica, Bamford, Chantecaille, Aesop, Trish McEvoy...

And the products themselves are super-indulgent: Chantecaille's is a Rice and Geranium foaming cleanser, Dermalogica's is their legendary Daily Micro-exfoliant, Ren's is every A-lister’s fave Moroccan Rose Otto Bath Oil. There’s also every model’s go-to body lotion: Kiehl’s Crème de Corps, and there’s a Trish McEvoy eye pencil in a colour you’ll actually use (black). And TWO soaps by Korres. And more.

It’s madness.

And there’s even a handful of vouchers for further offers, from MORE free samples from Kiehls, to skincare consultations, a free Shu Uemura lash application, other free makeovers, and more gifts with purchase!

Er, wow.

And did we mention this weighty bundle of joy comes inside a totally adorables, medium-sized pinky Liberty print make-up bag?

Now, to be fair, you have to spend a stonking £90 on beauty products in-store at Liberty to receive this gift. But the products are worth £150 (!), and if you’re intending to purchase a few bits over the next couple of months anyway, it would be the super-smart  girl who heads to Liberty now to take advantage of this amazoid offer.

Small print: Contents may vary. Offer available while stock last. [i.e. RUN!]


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