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Beauty Under £15


Beauty doesn’t have to break the bank. Here’s our selection of compromise-free bargain buys.

Sleepless nights? Try aromatherapy; Sleep Pulsepoint Rollerball £8

Cost effective, comprehensive sun protection. Delph from £3.49

Cult favourite, this multi-tasking cream from Embryolisse has been a bestseller for over £70 years.


Reusable, sustainable alternative to cotton pads from Last Object. £11

Gets to work on dry hands, elbows, knees, feet – wherever you need it. £3.30

Price notwithstanding, Lottie London’s Superfake is one of the best mascaras we’ve ever used. £6.95

Effaclar Purifying Cleansing Gel by La Roche Posay is your first line of defence against congested skin. £13 for 200ml

Neutral colour, smooth to apply; Barry M’s Minx lip liner. £2.99

Instant bedazzlement for your nails from salon-quality Mylee (complies with all UK safety regulations). £5

Great for holidays, great for the planet; also great for your hair. Only Curls Shampoo Bar £12

Hard to pick just one from The Ordinary’s exemplary range. For the price, the dual benefits of the Foundation Serum are unbeatable. £6.40

The price of a Morphe palette belies the powerfully pigmented punch of these wearable shades. £12,

Summer can take a toll on the lip. Keep hydrated with Biossance’s Squalane + Rose vegan lip balm. £12

Instant tint on application, and daily use builds lasting, shimmering colour. £6.99

The unassailable scent of summer. Arabesque Wood Roll On Perfume Oil, £13


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