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Astral cream half price £4.41 @ Superdrug
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Astral cream half price £4.41 @ Superdrug

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Posted 29th Feb

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Astral cream is half price at Superdrug and has been price matched at amazon.
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thanks op for saying amazon price matched! missus been asking to get a few tubs!
It's S&S on Amazon so should be a better deal even if it's your only purchase. £3.75 for me. Thanks OP
Heat for the deal. Also imaginary heat for the Amazon price match comment too... s&s'd for £3.75 each - tomorrow was my last day before March's delivery gets locked down. Result all round!
Not sure if it's for everyone, but there was an additional 25% off voucher option on Amazon Subscribe and Save making the total discount 30% so it came to £3.09 for me.
mrcoyote29/02/2020 20:29

Not sure if it's for everyone, but there was an additional 25% off voucher …Not sure if it's for everyone, but there was an additional 25% off voucher option on Amazon Subscribe and Save making the total discount 30% so it came to £3.09 for me.


Yes there was. I have placed my order and I already have 2 500ml from last deal, when it was £2.66
Edited by: "19DembaBa19" 1st Mar
Added 10% NHS discount when purchased in store,
muradxs29/02/2020 20:25

Heat for the deal. Also imaginary heat for the Amazon price match comment …Heat for the deal. Also imaginary heat for the Amazon price match comment too... s&s'd for £3.75 each - tomorrow was my last day before March's delivery gets locked down. Result all round!


Is it good for dry skin, this is the first time I've come across this cream.
freyabo02/03/2020 03:36

Is it good for dry skin, this is the first time I've come across this …Is it good for dry skin, this is the first time I've come across this cream.


As far as moisturisers go, it’s pretty good. My family used it for decades. I stopped using it when, owing to cancer, my brother was told not to put anything containing parabens on his skin. First time ever any of us actually scrutinised the ingredients. If you’re not fussed about that then, yes, it’s goodfor dry skin.
Also, I just checked... it’s £3.99 in Savers. Not a deal though, just usual price.
Manda202/03/2020 08:27

Also, I just checked... it’s £3.99 in Savers. Not a deal though, just us …Also, I just checked... it’s £3.99 in Savers. Not a deal though, just usual price.


I've been using astral cream for over 50 years and my mother over 70 years and now my daughter and granddaughter are using it too. I have sensitive skin and astral cream is one of the only creams that suit my skin. Are you sure that's a normal price in savers because the smallest one is usually £1.25 in there and I've never seen the 500 ml one anywhere for less than £7.99 except when it's on offer.
jigger102/03/2020 08:54

I've been using astral cream for over 50 years and my mother over 70 years …I've been using astral cream for over 50 years and my mother over 70 years and now my daughter and granddaughter are using it too. I have sensitive skin and astral cream is one of the only creams that suit my skin. Are you sure that's a normal price in savers because the smallest one is usually £1.25 in there and I've never seen the 500 ml one anywhere for less than £7.99 except when it's on offer.


Hi. Yes, showing my age here but, I remember when it used to cost 99p. A short while ago, someone abroad asked us to bring some over and I remember that Savers had it cheapest...checked today and still £3.99. You can order it online. I didn’t have time to do that and couldn’t find it in store at the time so I bought it in my local pharmacy for £5.99, special offer... probably coz it had the old branding. The Superdrug price is ridiculous. I make my own skin cream now coz I like to know what’s in it but if I was still using it, Superdrug would be my last point of call.
Manda202/03/2020 12:11

Hi. Yes, showing my age here but, I remember when it used to cost 99p. A …Hi. Yes, showing my age here but, I remember when it used to cost 99p. A short while ago, someone abroad asked us to bring some over and I remember that Savers had it cheapest...checked today and still £3.99. You can order it online. I didn’t have time to do that and couldn’t find it in store at the time so I bought it in my local pharmacy for £5.99, special offer... probably coz it had the old branding. The Superdrug price is ridiculous. I make my own skin cream now coz I like to know what’s in it but if I was still using it, Superdrug would be my last point of call.


I don't live in the UK so I always use amazon uk and pay delivery not ideal but cheaper that an airfare.
Oh, okay. Time to stock up then.
Manda202/03/2020 08:23

As far as moisturisers go, it’s pretty good. My family used it for d …As far as moisturisers go, it’s pretty good. My family used it for decades. I stopped using it when, owing to cancer, my brother was told not to put anything containing parabens on his skin. First time ever any of us actually scrutinised the ingredients. If you’re not fussed about that then, yes, it’s goodfor dry skin.


Thanks for the info, I have no idea what parabens are, so I'll look into that. I learn something new every day, here at HUKD.
freyabo02/03/2020 18:35

Thanks for the info, I have no idea what parabens are, so I'll look into …Thanks for the info, I have no idea what parabens are, so I'll look into that. I learn something new every day, here at HUKD.



A lot of products these days will say ‘No sulphates/ no parabens. As far as I understand it, the long and short of it that your body absorbs a lot of stuff through the skin and parabens/sulphates are, debatably, harmful. I say ‘debatably’ because there are as many websites that will tell you they’re harmless as will tell you to stay away from them. Given that I don’t know who is funding any of the so-called research, I prefer to err on the side of caution. I can live without those proso I do. I stopped using shower gel for much the same reason and switched to sulphate free soap and the difference to my body has been amazing.
Manda202/03/2020 19:08

A lot of products these days will say ‘No sulphates/ no parabens. As far a …A lot of products these days will say ‘No sulphates/ no parabens. As far as I understand it, the long and short of it that your body absorbs a lot of stuff through the skin and parabens/sulphates are, debatably, harmful. I say ‘debatably’ because there are as many websites that will tell you they’re harmless as will tell you to stay away from them. Given that I don’t know who is funding any of the so-called research, I prefer to err on the side of caution. I can live without those proso I do. I stopped using shower gel for much the same reason and switched to sulphate free soap and the difference to my body has been amazing.


Yes, I have read up on parabens, quite interesting, I'll keep an open mind for now, but will read further on the subject.
Now, you're throwing sulphates into the mix! I'm genuinely intrigued though, what difference has using sulphate free soap made to your skin?
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