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This week we’ve been thoroughly impressed with its offering, with some of our holy-grail brands heavily discounted to a mere tenner.
Cult brand La Roche-Posay, which is known for its effective skincare products for tackling acne, is currently featured, which is good news if frequent mask-wearing has started to cause maskne.
If you’re looking for advice on what to buy, we’ve curated a round-up of the products we think are worth adding to your basket now, including a Too Faced cleanser and a La Roche-Posay acne treatment. But don’t dally – owing to the fact this is a 24-hour flash sale, you’ve not got long to bag a bargain.
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La Roche-Posay effaclar purifying cleansing gel: Was £18.50, now £10, Boots.com
As a well-known French skincare brand, we were pleasantly surprised to see La Roche-Posay’s products in the Boots flash sale. The cleansing gel in question has been heralded as a hero product for those with acne-prone and oily skin, and received rave reviews in our guide to the best face cleansers. Lathering into a rich foam, our writer noted that “after consistent use over two weeks, it reduced shininess in our T-zone, and we saw less blackheads across the nose and forehead”. She added that the hefty 400ml pump bottle will last you months, making this a real steal.
La Roche-Posay effaclar duo+ blemish treatment: Was £17, now £10, Boots.com
Another product from the holy-grail brand, this dual-action gel moisturiser is perfect for everyday use and is packed with blemish-fighting ingredients that work to minimise the appearance of spots and blackheads. It’s an ideal choice if you’ve noticed face mask acne becoming a thing (read our guide to maskne if you’re unsure on how to treat it).
Too Faced hangover wash away the day cleanser: Was £20, now £10, Boots.com
For a morning or evening cleanse, reach for this product that melts down make-up, sweat and day-to-day grime. It’s a creamy foam formula that’s enriched with lime peel, apple extracts and ginger to remove excess oil, while the hyaluronic acid helps to rebalance and hydrate the skin. To apply, massage onto a damp face and work into a light lather before removing with a flannel.
Glo32 teeth whitening system: Was £30, now £10, Boots.com
If you’ve noticed your tea and coffee intake slowly discolouring your gnashers, this at-home teeth whitening treatment might be the answer. Included within the kit are 28 strips and a whitening stilo for more targeted treatment. The brand claims that you should see a brighter, whiter smile in just 14 days, and with a whopping £20 saving, this is a no-brainer. If you’re looking for more options, read our review of the best teeth whitening kits.
Olay regenerist luminous brightening and protecting face cream: Was £29.99, now £10, Boots.com
Is your complexion lacking its usual glow? This day cream might be the answer. With a powerful ingredients list, it promises to renew your skin’s surface to leave you looking more fresh-faced and ready for a day spent drinking and dining alfresco.
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