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Philips TT2040/32 Pro BodyGroom now £33.74 @boots

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£33.74 @ Boots
Looks like a good price, free click and collect in your local boots or an extra £3.50 if you need it delivered. In stock in my local boots in Belfast. Read More
Looks like a good price, free click and collect in your local boots or an extra £3.50 if you need it delivered. In stock in my local boots in Belfast.
barrad Avatar21h, 31m agoFound 21 hours, 31 minutes ago2 Comments
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good product! paid 49 a while back.
Bargain for all the Ballbags. Hot
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LEGO ALARM CLOCK - £10.00 @ Boots (instore)

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LEGO ALARM CLOCK in blue reduced in boots fort parkway. About 8 in blue and 3 in purple (Lego friends) on the shelf Read More
LEGO ALARM CLOCK in blue reduced in boots fort parkway. About 8 in blue and 3 in purple (Lego friends) on the shelf
martaluscious Avatar2d, 1h agoFound 2 days, 1 hour agoAdd Comment
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Rimmel fake tan £1.00 boots

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£1.00 @ Boots
Rimmel instant tan £1 in boots siverburn Read More
Rimmel instant tan £1 in boots siverburn
Bestie32 Avatar2d, 16h agoFound 2 days, 16 hours ago5 Comments
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Wise man
As recommended by Donald Trump ;)
Bestie32
It was on the clearance shelf. Thought id post it incase any1 pops by boots & they might c if there store has any


Exactly.
It was on the clearance shelf. Thought id post it incase any1 pops by boots & they might c if there store has any
Most things with a reduced stickers are store specific, due to sales plans changing, or they just do not normally sell this product, if its on clearance, on the shelf reduction, then its more likely to be everywhere.
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Joie Every Stages Car Seat group 0+/1/2/3 £135.00 @ Boots

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£135.00 @ Boots
Joie Every Stages Car Seat group 0+/1/2/3, bargain price for a car seat for all groups! Plus you are getting £15 in points (1500) if you are signed up to parenting club making it down to £120. Plus 2.… Read More
Joie Every Stages Car Seat group 0+/1/2/3, bargain price for a car seat for all groups! Plus you are getting £15 in points (1500) if you are signed up to parenting club making it down to £120. Plus 2.…
bizinSK Avatar2d, 20h agoFound 2 days, 20 hours ago12 Comments
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cheaper at halfords with code as per more recent post
It's showing as £179 on boots website. Why can't I find it?
Out of stock
Now salsa colour is £179 and black £200 before discounts...
the spin 360 is a different seat that only goes to 18kg/approx age 4
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Lot's of lovely gift set's now in the clearance section @ Boots

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I know there was a thread posted the other day about gift set's being half price but they've now added a lot more to this section so its worth a look through if you have any birthdays or things coming… Read More
I know there was a thread posted the other day about gift set's being half price but they've now added a lot more to this section so its worth a look through if you have any birthdays or things coming…
racha27 Avatar4d, 5h agoFound 4 days, 5 hours ago16 Comments
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which store please guys?
fishmaster
Thanks OP, I don't have any birthday's coming up however how much alcohol is in some of the scents in these gift sets? Just wondering for a friend.
I see you had an extra superfluous apostrophe to get rid of in that comment lol
Selling out quick
Badbear
racha27
wow are you lot for real ? keep going on about my grammar when ok maybe i didn't need to use an apostrophe in the word "sets" ! but blimey its one word ! you lot need to get a life ! there's wars going on in this world !
bareback
Badbear
Sorry for grammar policing but arggghhhh. Gifts and sets don't need apostrophes! You only need an apostrophe in this kind of sentence if something belongs to something. For example, "The girl's shoes were on the door mat. Her cousins had many sets of paints but not enough paint brushes so the girl went to buy some from the shops. Sarah's mum was out when she returned so she went to her friend's house. It has been her friend's mum's birthday and she had received lots of gift sets".Simple apostrophe explanations and examples
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-39459831/meet-the-grammar-vigilante-of-bristol
wow are you lot for real ? keep going on about my grammar when ok maybe i didn't need to use an apostrophe in the word "sets" ! but blimey its one word ! you lot need to get a life ! there's wars going on in this world !
Well, it was misused in "lots" too :) In one sentence. Drives me insane, sorry.
P.S You missed out the apostrophe in "it's". ;)
Get a life and get off my thread !!!
racha27
wow are you lot for real ? keep going on about my grammar when ok maybe i didn't need to use an apostrophe in the word "sets" ! but blimey its one word ! you lot need to get a life ! there's wars going on in this world !
bareback
Badbear
Sorry for grammar policing but arggghhhh. Gifts and sets don't need apostrophes! You only need an apostrophe in this kind of sentence if something belongs to something. For example, "The girl's shoes were on the door mat. Her cousins had many sets of paints but not enough paint brushes so the girl went to buy some from the shops. Sarah's mum was out when she returned so she went to her friend's house. It has been her friend's mum's birthday and she had received lots of gift sets".Simple apostrophe explanations and examples
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-39459831/meet-the-grammar-vigilante-of-bristol
wow are you lot for real ? keep going on about my grammar when ok maybe i didn't need to use an apostrophe in the word "sets" ! but blimey its one word ! you lot need to get a life ! there's wars going on in this world !

Well, it was misused in "lots" too :) In one sentence. Drives me insane, sorry.

P.S You missed out the apostrophe in "it's". ;)
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soap & glory gift set half price - £10.00 @ Boots

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£10.00 @ Boots
image: http://www.boots.com/wcsstore/eBootsStorefrontAssetStore/images/boots/small_arrow_active.png Arrow Product details Acclaimed! Admired! The famed five that every girl covets! Plus, with an ama… Read More
image: http://www.boots.com/wcsstore/eBootsStorefrontAssetStore/images/boots/small_arrow_active.png Arrow Product details Acclaimed! Admired! The famed five that every girl covets! Plus, with an ama…
telecome2011 Avatar4d, 6h agoFound 4 days, 6 hours ago3 Comments
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out of stock
Oos
thanks ordered need stop coming on here can't stop ordering it's getting obsessive now!
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soap & glory gift set half price - £30.00 @ Boots

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£30.00 @ Boots
Get ready to gasp in awe-mazement, girls. Not only do you have an almost unbelievable abundance of Soap & Glory’s most popular pamperstuffs but they come in an adorable (and durable) carrier you c… Read More
Get ready to gasp in awe-mazement, girls. Not only do you have an almost unbelievable abundance of Soap & Glory’s most popular pamperstuffs but they come in an adorable (and durable) carrier you c…
telecome2011 Avatar4d, 6h agoFound 4 days, 6 hours ago4 Comments
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AVANTIME
telecome2011
AVANTIME
3 for £90 for me :|
Yes
Cause £30 each

Your original post said you got 3 for 2??


Sorry I checked & edited after your comment
Cause it was wrong description copied from an older post
Hope you understand & accept my apology.
telecome2011
AVANTIME
3 for £90 for me :|
Yes
Cause £30 each

Your original post said you got 3 for 2??
AVANTIME
3 for £90 for me :|


Yes
Cause £30 each
3 for £90 for me :|
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Buy 1 get 2nd half price on Mini Kids clothes and accessories plus 10 x parent club points eg I'm new here bodysuit £4 each or 2 for £6 @ Boots

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Boots Mini Club kids and baby clothes and accessories are on buy one get 2nd half price until 23rd May. No code needed, discounts at basket and get 10 x points if you are in the Boots Parents Club too… Read More
Boots Mini Club kids and baby clothes and accessories are on buy one get 2nd half price until 23rd May. No code needed, discounts at basket and get 10 x points if you are in the Boots Parents Club too…
emribena Avatar4d, 6h agoFound 4 days, 6 hours ago1 Comment
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You don't get 10x parents club points on clothes...Checked it a few days ago as ordered a few things.
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Boots Men's Botanics hair and body wash 250ml instore £1.00 @ Boots

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£1.00 @ Boots
Found this in store at Boots Norwich. Usually £3.99, but it's on offer for £1 in both Boots Norwich stores. Not sure if nationwide but it's still the normal price on the website. Nice shampoo an… Read More
Found this in store at Boots Norwich. Usually £3.99, but it's on offer for £1 in both Boots Norwich stores. Not sure if nationwide but it's still the normal price on the website. Nice shampoo an…
winko89 Avatar4d, 22h agoFound 4 days, 22 hours ago5 Comments
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the botanicals facewash//shave gel and a few other bits and pieces is on offer at £1.00 75%off original
its on in most stores at £1
lucas
Still a lot of nasty chemicals in this, don't let the name fool you


Like what? I'm sure it contains some but a lot less than say lynx etc
Still a lot of nasty chemicals in this, don't let the name fool you
No hair!

Did they have any head and body wash?
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1/2 price on selected Ted Baker products @ boots - Prices start from £1.25.

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£1.25 @ Boots
Free c&c. From body sprays, body lotions, giftsets, bubble baths and more! Prices start from £1.25. Read More
Free c&c. From body sprays, body lotions, giftsets, bubble baths and more! Prices start from £1.25.
kimbo87 Avatar5d, 5h agoFound 5 days, 5 hours ago11 Comments
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thank you
chcane
which set was it


It was the white hat box for £9
which set was it
chcane
thanks I'll go to store tomorrow and check


There's one gift set in store which I found was half price, checked others that were half price online but they were still full price
thanks I'll go to store tomorrow and check
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perfume gift set clearance - £6.25 @ BOOTS Durham Market place

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Boots in Durham Market place are selling off their perfume gift sets at £6.25 each. Brands include Ghost, Beyoncé and many more. Most of the gift sets are 30 ml and include toiletries reduced from… Read More
Boots in Durham Market place are selling off their perfume gift sets at £6.25 each. Brands include Ghost, Beyoncé and many more. Most of the gift sets are 30 ml and include toiletries reduced from…
littleshopper88 Avatar5d, 5h agoFound 5 days, 5 hours ago3 Comments
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not national
Thanks for posting, will have a look today.
any in sutton surrey
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Neutrogena Light therapy acne mask was £59.99 now £39.99 - great reviews @ Boots

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£39.99 @ Boots
Great price for such a brilliant product. Was £59.99 now £39.99 instore and online at Boots free click and collect and £1.56 in points back with advantage card. Neutrogena visibly clear light therapy… Read More
Great price for such a brilliant product. Was £59.99 now £39.99 instore and online at Boots free click and collect and £1.56 in points back with advantage card. Neutrogena visibly clear light therapy…
emribena Avatar5d, 6h agoFound 5 days, 6 hours ago4 Comments
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mrsgm71
Was tempted but after checking the reviews. The majority seem to come from a 'sampling commuinty' Page / Website.


It is a very new product! Light therapy of any kind should help acne is 99% of moderate cases.
Was tempted but after checking the reviews. The majority seem to come from a 'sampling commuinty' Page / Website.
DrDoolittle
Well spotted.
Ha! Badum Tish :D
Well spotted.
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Tommee Tippee heat sensing spoons price glitch £1.00 should be £4 @ Boots

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£1.00 @ Boots
Bargain for anyone weaning baby onto solid foods, these are around £4 in stores. Price glitch for £1 - cheaper than own brand baby spoons! Usual p&p charges unless free order & collect Not Read More
Bargain for anyone weaning baby onto solid foods, these are around £4 in stores. Price glitch for £1 - cheaper than own brand baby spoons! Usual p&p charges unless free order & collect Not
milsna Avatar5d, 22h agoFound 5 days, 22 hours ago8 Comments
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back in stock just ordered cheers
In stock and ordered. Thanks op
Back in stock
*cheaper than
cara22
These were 62p in asda a few weeks ago.
They are £3 in Asda atm
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Boots Essential Styling Wet Look Gel 260ml - 8p @ BOOTS instore nationwide

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£0.08 @ Boots
spoke to woman at checkout and she told me this deal is nationwide Read More
spoke to woman at checkout and she told me this deal is nationwide
ismaildeals123 Avatar6d, 2h agoFound 6 days, 2 hours ago4 Comments
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loveszebargains
Nice find
thankyou :)
Nice find
I'm not sure this is a deal.

I think its always been that price, its just that long since anyone used it that people haven't noticed that the price hasn't risen with inflation.
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sensationail polish to gel starter kit £6.25 @ boots instore - wilmslow

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£6.25 @ Boots
Sensationail polish to gel starter kit with lamp etc Found in store in boots wilmslow for £6.25, usual price £49.99. In store only as full price on boots website Loads of other sensationail bits in Read More
Sensationail polish to gel starter kit with lamp etc Found in store in boots wilmslow for £6.25, usual price £49.99. In store only as full price on boots website Loads of other sensationail bits in
katbaggy Avatar6d, 2h agoFound 6 days, 2 hours ago8 Comments
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natnatpowpow
I had bought this in boots putney quite a while back. I thought it was that price because the box was damaged (_;) must be a national price. I also got the turn any nail polish into gel kit for about £2.50


Oh my mistake. I got the smaller version on the nail polish to gel kit for £2.50 and the actual Sensationail gel kit with 3 polishes and lamp for £6.25
I had bought this in boots putney quite a while back. I thought it was that price because the box was damaged (_;) must be a national price. I also got the turn any nail polish into gel kit for about £2.50
Fab find
Amazing price!!!! I got one off Amazon last year for £11.25 and thought that was good. Great find, well done.
donkey_spotter
Hi this is brilliant- was there quite a selection there ?


There was 2 of the starter kits left then a few of each of the others, no colour gel polishes though. Couldn't believe the price when I found them!
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Lots of reduced items at the Boots store in Epsom (maybe store specific)

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Lots of reduced items in the Boots store in Epsom. (Just some items below) Travel waist belts: £2 M&m's: £1.50 for 350g box Botanics Conditioner: 99p Large Yankee candle: £11 Veet facial wax… Read More
Lots of reduced items in the Boots store in Epsom. (Just some items below) Travel waist belts: £2 M&m's: £1.50 for 350g box Botanics Conditioner: 99p Large Yankee candle: £11 Veet facial wax…
Tiddly_fiddly Avatar6d, 6h agoFound 6 days, 6 hours agoAdd Comment
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Free Skin fix baby nappy balm (worth £6.99) when you purchase selected baby products...minimum spend 85p @ Boots

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Minimum spend 85p on johnsons baby wipes which are on offer. Other qualifying products include baby washes, lotions, wipes for £1 and above. You add a single product and the gift adds automatically in… Read More
Minimum spend 85p on johnsons baby wipes which are on offer. Other qualifying products include baby washes, lotions, wipes for £1 and above. You add a single product and the gift adds automatically in…
QMish Avatar6d, 9h agoFound 6 days, 9 hours ago26 Comments
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cheznconrad123
Oh gutted I missed this
It was a really good deal..just got the stuff I ordered...don't worry keep an eye on hukd loads of boots online deals keep coming ;)
Davidben83
Thank you OP
You're welcome :)
Thank you OP
Oh gutted I missed this
dyczko
gift oos. Thanks OP.
Let us know if it is in store available thanks.
Sorry just checked and the offer is online only! :( but keep an eye the gift might come back instock
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NIVEA MEN Sensitive Moisturiser 75ml £2.00 @ Boots online and instore

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£2.00 @ Boots
NIVEA MEN Sensitive Moisturiser 75ml Only £2 @ Boots online. Was £6.99. Read More
NIVEA MEN Sensitive Moisturiser 75ml Only £2 @ Boots online. Was £6.99.
joydasieee Avatar6d, 15h agoFound 6 days, 15 hours ago15 Comments
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back in stock if you add it to your favourites
Thank you for posting just got 3 bargain.
Thanks for posting, I use this everyday.

Popped into 2 different Boots stores today and cleared their shelves (which only equated to 6 boxes).

Each store tried to charge me £6.99 per item, even though on the shelf it was clearly marked £2. Having to argue the toss with both store assistants that the price on the shelf was the only price I was willing to pay.

After much discussion both stores honoured the shelf price.

Cheers
Ordered. Thanks :-)
Back in stock online.
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Head and Shoulders £2.99 or 2 for £3.00 @ Boots

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£3.00 @ Boots
Went into boots yesterday Head and Shoulders 225 and 250mls on offer 2 for £3 also 500ml bottles 3 for £10 usually £4.99 each. Some now out of stock online but worth a look if you in or near boots. Read More
Went into boots yesterday Head and Shoulders 225 and 250mls on offer 2 for £3 also 500ml bottles 3 for £10 usually £4.99 each. Some now out of stock online but worth a look if you in or near boots.
pergylmouse Avatar1w, 6h agoFound 1 week, 6 hours ago14 Comments
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I have just received a code for APCPure with 20% off ie VAT free which last until friday. The code is on the homepage.

In the past I had athletes foot a fungal infection between the toes. No commercial cream would do anything to stop it. It went on an one with no solution. In the end I used lugols iodine sprayed between the toes which destroyed the fungi quickly in a few days. The only problem is it is brown and stains the skin. Not a problem on the feet but I doubt anyone would want brown stains running down the head and face. Lugols iodine contains potassium iodide and iodine and it is the iodine which stains. Potassium iodide is clear and does not stain and can be purchased in a white crystal which needs to be mixed with warm/hot distilled water. It might be effective against the fungi however at the time of my athletes foot I did not have any to try it.

Another possibility is borax which has antifungal properties. That is quite cheap to purchase if you can still get it. APCPure stopped selling it because of the damn EU is trying to ban it. It is still available on ebay. Mixing some in some warm water and washing the head might do the job. Test your skin before doing it to make sure that there is no reaction. I take borax internally for it's boron content. It's a cheap source of important boron which prevents inflammation and is useful for bones, it's cheap and the drug companies do not want anything affecting their profits so they use their influence in the EU to get it banned. That is the danger of centralised control! It draws to it influence which is not in the public interest.

Edited By: HookedOnHotDeals on Apr 26, 2017 14:48
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Silver has effects against most single cell organisms, bacteria, yeast, fungi and even viruses. It can increase the effects of conventional antibiotics. Silver is used in conventional medicine in some areas. Even my water filter uses silver to destroy bacteria.
There is a fair amount of information on silvers antimicrobial properties online. Some of it inaccurate especially about argyria.
If you search for colloidal silver it should show up details. There are different kinds of colloidal silver, some say three but two types are most common. Ionic silver where the particles are positively charged and reduced form where a reducing agent converts the charged particles to uncharged particles. Generally smaller particles are better. There is another form which is claimed to offer the smallest particles and claimed to be atomic size but whether that is true or not I do not know. I use the reduced form myself and not the ionic types as it is far safer and more effective for me. Reduction is done using various sugar molecules to supply electrons to neutralize the positive charge.
Colloidal silver can treat many different types of infection as it is active against so many different types of microorganisms. It can help wounds to heal too.
The best part about it is it can be made at home with some simple equipment. Controlling the current is essential and a current regulating diode can do that. Some high purity 99.99% silver wire and a stirring device which could be made from some simple parts such as a low speed PC fan and two high power neodymium magnets (a few quid). There are some directions on how to do this on youtube. There are also guides on how to make colloidal silver using batteries but they are not ideal due to the current rising too high which affects the particle size. You do need some distilled water to make it. The resistance of the water is high initially but decreases as silver enters the water and this causes the current to rise which needs to be prevented. The current needs to be kept at around a few milliamps at most depending upon the quantity of silver in the water.
I did have a link to a very good pdf guide on making it which included how to calculate the maximum current to use but ATM it is not working. It might work at some point so I will add it here. I could maybe upload it but won't do that unless there are requests.http://kevinmoth.com/DOCS/BuildCSGen.pdf
It can be purchased from many places like Amazon, ebay and the internet but it is far cheaper to make it yourself, especially if you have some basic DIY skills. Getting the distilled water is the biggest problem because of the weight and delivery costs involved. APCPure sell some decent stuff and do sometimes give discount codes. They did have 20% off ie VAT free about a month or so back and since then they offered another discount which was a little smaller around 10 to 15%. If you can buy it locally it would cut down on costs. You can make distilled water with some equipment but most people do not bother. Distilled water is not very expensive but the weight makes delivery costs fairly expensive which does put up the price quite a lot.
Many thanks for the info, it helps to be given some dirrection with stuff like this. :)
Silver has effects against most single cell organisms, bacteria, yeast, fungi and even viruses. It can increase the effects of conventional antibiotics. Silver is used in conventional medicine in some areas. Even my water filter uses silver to destroy bacteria.

There is a fair amount of information on silvers antimicrobial properties online. Some of it inaccurate especially about argyria.

If you search for colloidal silver it should show up details. There are different kinds of colloidal silver, some say three but two types are most common. Ionic silver where the particles are positively charged and reduced form where a reducing agent converts the charged particles to uncharged particles. Generally smaller particles are better. There is another form which is claimed to offer the smallest particles and claimed to be atomic size but whether that is true or not I do not know. I use the reduced form myself and not the ionic types as it is far safer and more effective for me. Reduction is done using various sugar molecules to supply electrons to neutralize the positive charge.

Colloidal silver can treat many different types of infection as it is active against so many different types of microorganisms. It can help wounds to heal too.

The best part about it is it can be made at home with some simple equipment. Controlling the current is essential and a current regulating diode can do that. Some high purity 99.99% silver wire and a stirring device which could be made from some simple parts such as a low speed PC fan and two high power neodymium magnets (a few quid). There are some directions on how to do this on youtube. There are also guides on how to make colloidal silver using batteries but they are not ideal due to the current rising too high which affects the particle size. You do need some distilled water to make it. The resistance of the water is high initially but decreases as silver enters the water and this causes the current to rise which needs to be prevented. The current needs to be kept at around a few milliamps at most depending upon the quantity of silver in the water.
I did have a link to a very good pdf guide on making it which included how to calculate the maximum current to use but ATM it is not working. It might work at some point so I will add it here. I could maybe upload it but won't do that unless there are requests.
http://kevinmoth.com/DOCS/BuildCSGen.pdf

It can be purchased from many places like Amazon, ebay and the internet but it is far cheaper to make it yourself, especially if you have some basic DIY skills. Getting the distilled water is the biggest problem because of the weight and delivery costs involved. APCPure sell some decent stuff and do sometimes give discount codes. They did have 20% off ie VAT free about a month or so back and since then they offered another discount which was a little smaller around 10 to 15%. If you can buy it locally it would cut down on costs. You can make distilled water with some equipment but most people do not bother. Distilled water is not very expensive but the weight makes delivery costs fairly expensive which does put up the price quite a lot.
HookedOnHotDeals
head and shoulders does not work for dandruff. A waste of money even at a reduced price.
Dandruff can be caused by both bacteria OR fungal infections of the scalp and the best treatment for BOTH is a hand/finger pump spray bottle of colloidal silver sprayed into the scalp. No prolonged buying of anti dandruff shampoos which are designed NOT to destroy the source of their income. Merely reduce it enough so that you have to keep on buying the stuff.
Interesting! Never expected to get so much info posting on a deals site. Have you any links to the research? Where do you buy collodial silver. More important is it on offer?
head and shoulders does not work for dandruff. A waste of money even at a reduced price.

Dandruff can be caused by both bacteria OR fungal infections of the scalp and the best treatment for BOTH is a hand/finger pump spray bottle of colloidal silver sprayed into the scalp. No prolonged buying of anti dandruff shampoos which are designed NOT to destroy the source of their income. Merely reduce it enough so that you have to keep on buying the stuff.
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Paco Rabanne Black XS Eau de Toilette 100ml Spray Boots in stores only £29.50

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Just bought this in Burnley, Lancashire store for only £29.50 for 100 ml ;) Love this smell ;) Online showing £55.50 ;) I think is a steal for this price i paid ;) Read More
Just bought this in Burnley, Lancashire store for only £29.50 for 100 ml ;) Love this smell ;) Online showing £55.50 ;) I think is a steal for this price i paid ;)
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This is bloody lovely
Each to their own.
skyarsenal
It's got a horrible tangy scent I suggest you try before you buy

I like Paco and I like this fragrance :))))
It's got a horrible tangy scent I suggest you try before you buy
Well done great price

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  • Photo – Boots is one of the UK’s leading developers of photos, with passport photo booths, cameras and film all available.
  • Opticians – You can have eye tests at Boots or have lenses made to your prescription, with a wide range of frames.
  • Toys – There are plenty of children’s toys available at Boots, including branded items from the Disney and Lego collections.

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You will find a huge variety of leading brands at the Boots website and in their bricks and mortar shops. These brands include:

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How to Buy From the Boots Online Store

The Boots Online Store is well organised and uses a conventional shopping trolley system. All customers need to register with the company to make a purchase and this shouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes to do. Products can be ordered online for delivery or they can be collected from your local Boots outlet.

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Boots operates the Advantage Card loyalty scheme. When they pay for Boots products, Advantage Card holders accumulate 4 points for every £1 they spend - these points can be spent on additional Boots products in the future. One point is equal to 1 penny, so the rewards can rack up over time. Customers over the age of 60 and recent parents can even earn as much as 10 points per £1.

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Seek Out Bargains At Boots

Boots black friday weekendBoots regularly offers in-store and online discounts. All of the latest deals can be found on the “offers” tab of the website, which includes 3 for 2 deals, extra Advantage points and savings in all Boots product areas. The company offers seasonal deals at Christmas, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day and special summer holiday offers. You can also expect big savings when Black Friday rolls around at the end of November. However, gift cards and vouchers cannot be used online as yet, and must be redeemed in-store.

Payment Methods Accepted by Boots

Boots accepts payment using MasterCard, VISA Electron, Maestro, VISA Debit, American Express, Delta, PayPal and MasterPass.

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All deliveries from the Boots Online Store can be tracked using your personal account, if you have signed up for one. You will also receive an email when your item has arrived at your local store if you have chosen to collect it. If you do choose to collect, your item should be available by 12:00 the next day if you order it before 20:00 the night before.

Standard deliveries to any other location will arrive within 4 working days, or you can stipulate a “named day” up to 14 days in advance if it is more convenient. Orders placed before 19:00 can also be delivered the very next day (if the order is placed from Monday to Friday).

Delivery charges depend on the delivery option you chose: Standard (£3.50), named day (£3.95), next day (£4.75). However, delivery to Boots stores is free of charge on orders over £20 and home delivery is free on orders above £45.

Returning Items to Boots.com

Any unwanted or damaged items can be returned to Boots within 28 days of receipt and customers can receive either a refund or a replacement (not an exchange for a different product). All returned items need to be in their original packaging and unopened.

  1. If you need to return an item you have two options. Firstly, you can take it to a local Boots store. You should receive some paperwork with the item regarding returns. Fill out the required information and hand it to a member of staff at the store you picked it up from.
  2. If you have lost the return paperwork, another copy can be downloaded from their website.
  3. The second option is to send the product back via post. In this case, you need to complete the paperwork as above and attach the prepaid postage label included with your delivery.
  4. Take the package to your local Post Office and request proof of postage, and mail the package to the address on the prepaid label.
  5. Boots should receive and process your refund or replacement within 14 days of receiving the returned item(s). Boots will also send you an email when they receive the items, and you will be able to see if the return has been processed in the ‘returns history' section of your account.

Connect With Boots on Social Media

Boots has a major social media presence and you can interact with them at the following locations:

Another great way to keep up with the deals on offer from Boots is by checking out their Beauty Blog. Advantage Card customers also receive regularly a free copy of the Boots Health & Beauty magazine.

The Boots App

The Boots app is available for your Android and iOS device, you can download it from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

How to Contact Boots

If you need to contact Boots about an online order, the best way to do so is via their helpline: 0345 6090055. Separate helplines deal with the Advantage Card loyalty scheme (0345 1244545) and pharmacy services (0345 3014219). The helplines are open from 8:30 to 19:00 Monday to Friday and 8:45 to 17:00 on Saturdays and Sundays.

You can also contact the Customer Care Team by email via [email protected] or you might try writing to the Boots Customer Care Team:

Boots Customer Care
PO Box 5300
Nottingham NG90 1AA

For more general queries, Boots have also provided a wide-ranging FAQ and help section on their website.

If you need medicines, cosmetics, baby products, toiletries or electronics, Boots is a great place to shop for life’s essentials, so check out their latest offers at the HotUKDeals Boots listings.