Well a new year has begun and hopefully you’re not nursing too big a hangover after last night’s celebrations. As well as a new year a new month also brings another wave of amazing Libbie Club beauty offers and they’re kicking off 2016 with some truly gorgeous products to help relax, rejuvenate and brighten!
Deal One: Save 50% and get the Maddi Alexander Bath Duo (Salts and Oil) for just £14!
This indulgent bath duo from Maddi Alexander is the perfect way to start 2016. Infused with pure rose, cardamom and pink pepper, these mineral-rich Rose Soaking Salts will wash away the stresses of Christmas and New Year and leave your skin silky smooth and smelling wonderful.
Deal Two: Buy one 70ml DHC Cleansing Oil for £11 and get a travel size DHC Cleansing Oil completely free!
If your complexion is looking a little dull after the festive period, you’ll love this DHC Deep Cleansing Oil as much as I already do. Rich in antioxidant olive oil, this nourishing makeup remover gently dissolves dirt and impurities, and melts away even waterproof mascara effortlessly, helping to cleanse the skin deep down.
Deal Three: Purchase the Eye of Horus Sahara Nude Goddess Pencil for £15 and get a free Goddess Pencil in Scarab Sapphire and a free pencil sharpener, saving you £21.
If your makeup regime is a little jaded and you’re in search of a fresh new makeup look for 2016, look no further than the Eye of Horus Goddess Pencil in Sahara Nude. This multi-tasking eye pencil can help eyes look brighter, whiter and larger when applied to the waterline, and also helps shadow stay pigmented and smudge-free if used as a primer. The soft formula is enriched with Marula Oil making it super kind to the delicate skin around the eyes.
Why not beat the queues in the January sales and check out these and a whole load of other Libbie Club offers?. To tempt you even more the Libbie Club are offering £5 off on all orders of £30 or more*! Simply enter code FLASH530 at checkout to redeem this great offer.
*T&Cs: Offer ends Thursday 14th January. No products exclusions.