2 for £4.00 on Selected Simple Products @ Superdrug
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2 for £4.00 on Selected Simple Products @ Superdrug

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Found 7th May 2014
All items cost between £3.85 and £5.49 each so looks good to me? Similar prices in Boots, Asda etc.
Amazon have pricematched, but it's add on items so you'll need to spend over £10. Superdrug you can collect in store for free...

Simple Spotless Rapid Action Spot Zapper - £5.49
Simple Spotless Skin Anti-Blemish Moisturiser - £4.99
Simple Spotless Skin Blackhead Eliminating Face Scrub - £4.99
Simple Spotless Skin Deep Clean Cleansing Pads - £4.99
Simple Spotless Skin Quick Fix Cleansing Wipes - £3.85
Simple Spotless Skin Triple Action Face Wash - £3.89

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I bought a load of Simple products in Wilkos the other day and they were £2 each as their standard price.

Original Poster

sb123

I bought a load of Simple products in Wilkos the other day and they were … I bought a load of Simple products in Wilkos the other day and they were £2 each as their standard price.


As far as I'm aware, that's the basic Simple range, and not the 'Spotless' one...

EDIT: Yep: wilko.com/sea…ple
Edited by: "mamboboy" 7th May 2014

Simple products contains parabens in them so not so natural as their marketing label makes out! Parabens are preservatives and can be ethyl, methyl or propyl paraben. But methyl and methylchloro isothiazolines are far worse!
Edited by: "cjabingham" 7th May 2014

My local Superdrug doesn't sell this variety of Simple

Original Poster

kimbyanne

My local Superdrug doesn't sell this variety of Simple


You can get it delivered there for free collection

cjabingham

Simple products contains parabens in them so not so natural as their … Simple products contains parabens in them so not so natural as their marketing label makes out! Parabens are preservatives and can be ethyl, methyl or propyl paraben. But methyl and methylchloro isothiazolines are far worse!



I think this is the second time you've posted regarding chemicals in products such as these, unless you provide links or studies to back up your claims they're just that claims without substance. I'd prefer if sources were provided. Do you have any studies or scientific data that does a cross comparison between the aforementioned chemicals and isothiazolines? I'm not doubting you I'm just stating the claims have no merit without data to back them up.

I get spots/acne now in my 40's a recent complication. I've just started using Thyme and Oregano Oil. If you apply Oregano oil directly to the skin it will burn like crazy due to the high phenol content, yes these are natural products as natural as you can get but they will destroy your skin or cause pain/skin reactivity due to the natural chemicals.

nhs.uk/new…spx

acne.org/oil…01/

Thyme oil from thyme (Thymus vulgaris) has been used topically as an antibacterial and an anticandidal agent (van Wyk et al. 2004), and is Class 1 (McGuffin et al. 1997)

leedsmet.ac.uk/new…nal


Edited by: "fishmaster" 8th May 2014

Well natural products are clearly best so we both agree now!
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