Savvy shoppers can currently save big on skincare sets at Boots.
It's the most wonderful time of the year for serious savings on gift sets, no question. Right now a four-piece Liz Earle set is on sale at Boots, and we'll be snapping it up during our Christmas shopping.
The retailer is currently treating customers to several different early Black Friday 2020 deals, seeing serious savings across electricals, cosmetics, health & wellbeing and more.
This particular gift set, with contents worth a combined total of moret than £40, is currently selling at 25% off with a price tag of £22 – almost half price, when you consider the overall product value.
Liz Earle Brighter Every Day Collection
Save 25% – view deal at Boots
What's inside the Liz Earle Brighter Every Day Collection set?
Included in the contents is the brand's hero bestseller, the Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, which sells once every 20 seconds all over the world. It's that popular!
You'll also get hero buys like the Instant Boost Skin Tonic and Brightening Eye Cream, which will help to revive lacklustre skin and tired eyes. The full contents of this super skincare bundle includes:
- Cleanse & Polish™ Hot Cloth Cleanser - 50ml
- Instant Boost™ Skin Tonic - 50ml
- Eyebright™ Soothing Eye Lotion - 50ml
- Instant Brightening Eye Cream - 15ml
- Pure Cotton Cloth & Cotton Cloth Hook
You'd better be fast if you'd like to snap one of these sets up for yourselves, as we predict they'll be gone in a flash.
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Lucy has been on Marie Claire's digital beauty team since the end of 2017, covering a range of different topics spanning skincare, make-up, hair and health. Her day-to-day job can involve anything from picking the brains of the world's top dermatologists, swatching the latest and greatest foundations, or chatting to anyone from Little Mix to The Vivienne as part of our Beauty Bytes interview series.
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