NOT A DEAL! Normal price but the Amazon adicts will flock to it like flies to ... What do they do with their 10 year supplies of everything? "Usually a single bottle retails for £2.50, so some savings to be had here in my view." Not for 200ml they don't - your view is wonky! Jeff Bezos has more money than he could spend in 100 lifetimes whereas this country needs every penny of tax revenue it can find. Please don't line Jeff's pockets even more and deny the UK appropriate tax take when it's not a deal.
These really dry my hair... I know it's not with conditioner but even still it's more drying than other shampoos I have used.
I think what they were trying to point out is that a quid is its normal price ( it’s always a quid in pound land for example, and from memory 99p in home bargains ) I know a lot of people can’t go out at the moment ( I’m a key worker so have to ) but this site is getting a lot of people posting here when they should be posting on “hot-normal-price-via-Mail-order-(I don’t work for Amazon honest) deals”
This works out at £5 per litre, what I don't understand is what benefits this offers over purchasing the supermarket equivalent at £1.50 per litre. If you have any ethical preferences, then many of the supermarket brands are certified vegan, cruelty free and leaping bunny which many brand products are not.
“Usually this is a deal in supermarkets but also sometimes it’s not” what a useless comment lol