These Beauty Bundles Cost The Same As The Living Wage
Beauty products are often overpriced, especially when you need to buy a number at once. But if you earn the living wage, minimum wage or even less, that cost can be astronomically more than you can afford.
With the Living Wage going up to £8.21 in April, wages are at least rising (slightly). Now, Fragrance Direct has introduced "beauty bundles", which will make the cost of beauty products more affordable on just an hour of work at the new wage.
For just £8.21 each, you can purchase the affordable "Living Cost Cosmetics", six beauty bundles to meet every girl's needs.
Brands including in the bundles include the likes of L'Oreal and Yes To, but come at a fraction of the price when purchased separately.
The product ranges for everyone, from the hyper glam to the gym bunny, are listed below:
The Pamper Bundle (total saving - £24.76), Recyclable Bundle (total saving - £5.67), Gym-Friendly Bundle (total saving - £6.05), Vegan bundle (total saving - £7.73), Skintellectual Bundle (total Saving - £5.72), Haircare Bundle (total saving - £15.25).
A spokesperson for Fragrance Direct said: "With our new Living Cost Cosmetics range, you can now bag yourself a beauty bundle to meet your skincare needs - all for one hour's work.
"We pride ourselves in supporting all of our customers across the UK and we want to give them more for their hard-earned money to make sure they feel their best for less."
The bundles include shampoo, body wash, face masks, mascara, brushes, wipes, skincare and more depending on which one you choose.
Whatever you go for, you're likely to nab a pretty big saving on the essentials, meaning you'll hopefully have more leftover at the end of the month to put towards something else!
You can buy the Living Cost bundles from Fragrance Direct here.
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