The Best Things in Life are Free

 

With the pinch of Christmas and New Years following us into 2017, buying luxury products is probably the last thing on our minds. With new products coming out all the time, how on earth do we keep up and know what is a investment?

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Picture by: Ian Vernon

You should never feel pressured in buying products just because they are new on the market, you need to try what’s good for your skin and routine. It’s a big ask to drop money on skincare products that are raved about all over social media and people forget the harm in asking. This is why free samples can help you find out what’s best for your routine.

From Charlotte Tilbury to Garnier, you can pick up samples of all sorts of products and try them out to see what’s best for you. You can do this by approaching the assistants in stores such as Selfridges and Debenhams, who would be happy to help you. Often concessions offer free samples and even test the product on your skin before you buy.

It can seem intimidating to ask for a sample from a premium brand, however, this can save you money and help you make an informed decision on what to buy. Of course, don’t become accustomed to keep going back for free samples, because sales assistants will realise you are taking advantage.

If you are thinking about making a purchase, go into a store and think about what you want the product to do for your skin and go from there. If you do decide to purchase something that day, don’t be scared to ask for the to pack your purchase up with free  samples too.

If you don’t ask then you don’t get, so start a collection of free samples and you’ll see the difference in your savings.

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