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Rimmel & Max Factor Cosmetics in Poundland! £1.00

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Been into Poundland today and bought some Max Factor Lasting Performance foundation, Rimmel lip gloss & Rimmel Eye Shadows for £1.00 each!

I normally pay £8-£9 for the foundation, so considered this a good deal!
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#1
cold......dont believe in buying cheap cosmetics...esp brand names that have been reduced...usually going out of date so not good for ur skin or as good a qualtiy.
#2
A good find, thanks i will take a look in my local store. I should imagine as long as the packaging is still sealed then there would be nothing wrong with the contents.
#3
if it was sealed it would be fine. good deal.
#4
I saw these in my local pondland. All sealed and in good condition. Great bargain. I went in to another shop and had the exact same product at a higher price. Worth a look.
#5
magicbeans
cold......dont believe in buying cheap cosmetics...esp brand names that have been reduced...usually going out of date so not good for ur skin or as good a qualtiy.


Do these things really go out of date? How old could they be?? Just wondering!
#6
agentjont
Do these things really go out of date? How old could they be?? Just wondering!


Of course cosmetics go out of date. On the product packagingthere should be a little symbol of a opened tub (say a tub of body cream) and on it, it will say how long you have to use it from opening. A Mascara for example is usually around 6 months.

However, like the other person said, these could have been hanging around in a warehouse for quite some time. Just because they haven't been opened doesn't mean they are "fresh" they could have been produced a year or more ago. I personally don't know how this affects the products as they are not opened but they still would be "old".
#7
kimbyanne
Of course cosmetics go out of date. On the product packagingthere should be a little symbol of a opened tub (say a tub of body cream) and on it, it will say how long you have to use it from opening. A Mascara for example is usually around 6 months.

However, like the other person said, these could have been hanging around in a warehouse for quite some time. Just because they haven't been opened doesn't mean they are "fresh" they could have been produced a year or more ago. I personally don't know how this affects the products as they are not opened but they still would be "old".


Oke doke. Doesn't really effect me one bit but at least that'll cover it for anyone wondering about that issue! :)

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