Saturday, 3 December 2016

Cult Beauty Box of Dreams Volume II - The Full Reveal

My kittens are NOT in the box. ;)


Hi Everyone,

Sign up for the waitlist here: https://www.cultbeauty.co.uk/competitions/cult-beauty-box-caroline-hirons

  • The box goes on sale next week. 
  • If you are on the waitlist you will receive an email giving you early access to buy. 
  • It's £195.00 - a saving of 48%. 
  • It is available Internationally.


See you next week!




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The views expressed on this site are the author's own and are provided for informational purposes only. The author makes no warranties about the suitability of any product or treatment referenced or reviewed here for any person other than herself and any reliance placed on these reviews or references by you is done so solely at your own risk. Nothing on this site shall be construed as providing dermatological, medical or other such advice and you are always advised to seek the advice of a suitable professional should you have any such concerns.

Friday, 2 December 2016

Exclusive Kate Somerville 30% offer


Hi Everyone!

I'm thrilled to bring you another fabulous offer, this time from the brilliant Kate Somerville.

From now until 4th December you can receive 30% off all orders placed in the UK, the USA and Canada. You can use the code multiple times, and the code works across the entire Kate Somerville website.

To redeem the 30%, simply type HIRONS16 when prompted.

Things to bear in mind:

  • The code is live 2nd-4th December 2016 inclusive,
  • You will need to pay any import duties (the discount usually works out about the same as postage fees and import taxes)
  • All my previous KS reviews can be found here: www.carolinehirons.com/Kate Somerville
  • No, I do not know when they are coming back to the UK, neither do they. Believe me, I've asked. 


Happy Shopping!

Thank you Kate and team.


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Don't spend all your cash. There's a nice box coming your way soon ;)
*This post contains no affiliate links. I am not being paid to run this offer. It's just a good deal for readers.
See my full disclaimer here: http://bit.ly/1rpEmSq The views expressed on this site are the author's own and are provided for informational purposes only. The author makes no warranties about the suitability of any product or treatment referenced or reviewed here for any person other than herself and any reliance placed on these reviews or references by you is done so solely at your own risk. Nothing on this site shall be construed as providing dermatological, medical or other such advice and you are always advised to seek the advice of a suitable professional should you have any such concerns.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Pixi Glow Tonic - An Anniversary Giveaway

THEN

Four years ago today, I wrote a post about a product I had come across at a Pixi blogger event. It was called Glow Tonic and it was the first time in a while I'd seen any kind of 'liquid acid' or 'acid toner' (wish I'd trademarked that one at the time) that looked like it would actually work, outside of Biologique Recherche's P50. 

Four years later and the Glow Tonic phenomenon has spawned different sizes, varying strengths, and different formats.

To celebrate the 4th Anniversary of the original blog post, Pixi are offering one lucky reader (internationally) a massive Glow Tonic Anniversary Bundle.

To win simply enter via Rafflecopter below as always:

The Prize:

  • A Year's Supply of Glow Tonic**
  • 3 x Glow Tonic To-Go 
  • 3 x Glow Peel Pads

  • NOW

    T&Cs:

    • One Winner, One Prize
    • Open Internationally 
    • Prize will be sent directly from Pixi
    • Daily entry is available
    • Prize may be substituted due to stock limitations (the ml size of Glow Tonic bottles)



    a Rafflecopter giveaway



    Thanks Pixi! pixibeauty.co.uk/glow-tonic




    **To be determined by stock availability - may be split between 100, 250 and 500ml bottles to the level of 1200ml.


    *This post contains no affiliate links.
    See my full disclaimer here: http://bit.ly/1rpEmSq
    The views expressed on this site are the author's own and are provided for informational purposes only. The author makes no warranties about the suitability of any product or treatment referenced or reviewed here for any person other than herself and any reliance placed on these reviews or references by you is done so solely at your own risk. Nothing on this site shall be construed as providing dermatological, medical or other such advice and you are always advised to seek the advice of a suitable professional should you have any such concerns.

    Tuesday, 29 November 2016

    Six and a half years - and changing your mind


    So the blog is six and a half years old. In that time I've written 1308 posts. Really not very much on the scale of blog post measuring.

    Talking to a facial client today reminded me of products that I've reviewed in the past that I either no longer use, have grown out of love for, or simply changed my mind about, which is I think is acceptable and understandable given the large passage of time.
    Here's the conundrum. As readers, do you think you'd prefer it if I went back and updated the original blog posts? Or just mention in passing if someone asks me about said products? 

    As bloggers (across the board) we tend to have a 'leave it and don't change it' policy, but I'm aware that this site is used as a resource and I can see that a lot of older reviews are still read every week, which makes me think I should alter reviews. A happy medium would be using strikethrough and updating next to/under the original review.

    I sometimes completely forget about products to find that readers may say 'do you still use XX' and I don't. Sometimes I haven't used that product in a long time.

    So lovely readers: Thoughts?




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