"Pure by Marks & Spencer is going to revolutionise your routine this year.
Not only has the packaging been upgraded to be recyclable, the ingredients have been reformulated for 2020 too. Pure's products are free from parabens, artificial colours, synthetic fragrances, silicones, mineral oils and genetically modified organisms.
But none of this means they're less effective.
In fact, all of Pure's products have been developed by industry leaders who are committed to delivering formulas that get proven results.
So all this means is you CAN use effective skincare that really works, without compromising your integrity."
I actually quite like the sound of it, and if I hadn't just bought some cleanser and moisturiser from a different brand then I'd be tempted to pick some up tomorrow! Not too keen on the packaging, but I can see where they are going with it.
As much as I love M & S food that is, beauty always seems rather empty to me @DJMcCumiskey . Even Westfield and Baker Street branches which are absolutely huge stores beauty feels like an after thought and empty shelves.
I found them to be abit pricier regarding big brand names, but was surprised that their own skincare ranges are actually pretty good! @Areej I've never tried any makeup from there, but always admire it and think it looks good, particularly the Rosie Huntington-Whiteley range. 😊