Friday, October 24, 2008

GDA: CVS Online Buy 2, Get 1 Free

I just received a CVS promo e-mail for a B2G1 free on products exclusive to their stores. There are some Paraben potholes, but this may be a good time to stock up or pick up a few Christmas items.
Place 3 items of the SAME brand into your shopping cart. The FREE item discount will be applied to the item of equal or lesser value and will appear in your cart.

Offer available online only. Expires 10/31/08.

Vickery & Clarke Body Lotion
$8.95, 9 oz.

I've never heard of Vickery and Clarke, but their product line looks a lot like Bath & Body Works. Free of Parabens, Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate free, Phthalate, Petrolatums. I'm giving serious consideration to their moisturizers and eye cream. Check out their entire line.

Now would be a good time to check out the Essence of Beauty line. I wrote up their brushes as a best buy a while back. Stick with their brushes and beauty accessories only - their body products contain multiple Parabens.

Most of their brushes are natural hair. The ones I purchased were mostly goat hair and very soft.

Angle Blusher & Touch-Up Powder Brush


1 comment:

  1. Hello again, I had an eyeshadow question for you...So I got the brushes you recommended (thanks, you saved me a bunch) CVS kabuki and Michaels LC brush set. I ordered about 25 eye colors from simply naturals, and apparently need some help when I try to copy all those gorgeous youtube inspired eye look videos. When I attempt to blend, the shadow just seems to disappear???? Maybe they are not for blending? I don't know what I am doing wrong. Do you think pressing them would help? I tried a few primers too, and it doesn't seem to help. They seem to stay on just fine if only one color is used. Any suggestions? I am a newbie. I like the looks of the Spell set that's on sale, but don't want the same problem. I want to blend darnit!!!