Every Tuesday, Boots releases a selection of products that have been reduced to £10, in stores and online.
The offer is available for one day only and is the best chance to snap up savings on skincare, make-up and haircare.
It’s ideal if you’re running low on your favourite formulas or simply want to treat yourself to some new beauty supplies, make sure you add the best ones to your basket from our round-up below.
From relaxing candles to make-up brushes, there’s something for everyone. It’s also a great opportunity to shop for an upcoming birthday gift too if you’re on the hunt for a budget-friendly present.
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When applying make-up, ensure its a seamless application with this No7 core collection brush set (was, £30, now £10).
The kit includes everything you need for your base products with foundation, concealer, eyeshadow and blusher brushes that will work with cream, liquid and powder products.
Buff, blend, swipe and soften bold and minimal looks.
If you're an eyeshadow fan, pick up this No7 eye brush set (was £25, now £10) as it has everything you need to play with colour and texture.
Perfect timing too, as now masks are mandatory, it's the ideal opportunity to experiment with eyeshadows and liners that won't get on your face covering.
Before applying your foundation, ensure you have prepped your skin with this No7 instant illusions airbrush away primer (was £16.50, now £10).
Blurring imperfections, blemishes and fine lines, it'll keep your makeup in place all day too.
For a morning or evening cleanse, reach for this Too Faced hangover wash away the day cleanser (was £20, now £10) to melt down makeup, sweat, SPF and grime.
The creamy foam formula is enriched with lime peel, apple extracts and ginger root to remove any excess oil and it also has hyaluronic acid to hydrate skin so it won’t dry out.
To apply, pump onto hands, work into a light lather then massage onto damp skin, before rinsing with lukewarm water and a flannel.
This Lab Series multi-action face wash (was £21, now £10) is a great multi-tasker to have in the bathroom cabinet.
It cleanses skin, exfoliates dead skin cells as well as conditioned and preparing the beard area for a smooth shave. It's fragrance-free too, a known irritant for skin, so it even the most sensitive complexions can use this.
If you're concerned about fine lines in wrinkle, you're in luck, as the No7 instant illusions wrinkle filler (was £17, now £10) is included in this week's deal.
It contains light-reflecting pigments will brighten while its soft-focus spheres smooth and firm skin. Use as the final step in your skincare routine following moisturiser.
For a glow-giving product with quick results, try these No7 serum activating pads (was £23, now £10).
With a 10 per cent glycol glow complex, when swiped over clean skin, they gently slough off dead skin cells and leave a brighter, smoother complexion and will help any serums you use after, absorb better.
Treat yourself to this Tisserand Aromatherapy mindful moment real calm bathtime collection (was £15, now £10).
It includes a calming bath oil and massage oil to leave your skin sumptuously soft and supple, with the added relaxation of essential oils filling your bathroom.
Give fine, flat hair a boost with this Grow Gorgeous intense shampoo (was £16, now £10).
Designed to cleanse tresses while adding volume and bounce, the vegan product boasts niacinamide (which moisturises the scalp) biotin and caffeine to stimulate roots along with rice proteins to leave a shiny, healthy head of hair.
It’s a great treat if you’re looking to prolong your salon visits too.
The co-ordinating Grow Gorgeous intense conditioner (was £18, now £10) from the same range delivers an intensive moisture boost to locks that need some love.
The amla oil thickens fine strand to add long-lasting volume and will feel like you've just stepped out of the salon once blow-dried.
Relax and unwind with this Tisserand Aromatherapy sleep better candle (was £20, now £10) that has a lengthy burning time of 35 hours.
The scent is a soothing aroma of jasmine, sandalwood and lavender that will create a calm atmosphere to help you get some much-needed rest.
It’s made with 100 per cent natural wax and is suitable for vegans. This is a bargain we’ll be keeping all to ourselves.
Or if you've had a busy few weeks, this Tisserand Aromatherapy total de-stress candle (was £20, now £10) will help calm a busy mind.
It's infused with a comforting blend of geranium, orange and nutmeg and would make the perfect gift to someone you know having a stressful time with work.
If you're looking for a brighter smile, but can't don't want to spend a lot for a teeth-whitening treatment, try this Blanx white shock power white treatment (was £16, now £10) instead.
Promising to whiten teeth in just two weeks, the handheld device is light-powered.
The LED bite is designed to be used after brushing your teeth for one minute to activate the whitening action.
To slot into your dental regime, simply brush your teeth twice a day as normal with the toothpaste that comes in the kit before using the device and LED bite. You will only need to use it for two weeks at a time.
These Nicorette icy white 2mg gum 105s (was £14, now £10) are a great aid if you're on a mission to stop smoking.
The sugar-free gum helps to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings and helps you cut down on cigarettes.
Whether you're planning a staycation or simply trying to stay organised, keep all your skincare, make-up and extra bits together with this Ted Baker trio bag set (was £16, now 10).
The three different sized pouches mean you can compartmentalise your things with ease, especially when on the go.
If you're a new parent, this Pampers new baby wipes & nappies bundle (was £30, now £10) will come in handy.
A bargain worth snapping up, it contains 56 nappies and 12, 50-pack wipes to keep you stocked up.
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