Kiehls 20% Off Sale Is Almost Here!

Mark the 29th August to the 2nd September in your diary because you’ll have some important decisions to make!

The real question is what are you going to get? Some of Kiehls best sellers.

It’s no secret that I love Kiehls products. I talk about them and review then on here and on my Instagram all the time, for good reason. I rarely come across a brand that I think puts 110% behind every formulation but Kiehls is the exepction. In my opinion I think that’s mainly because they are a well established brand and so can afford to take the time to think about what kind of ingredients they want, how best to get them and how best they will work within a complex formula.

They are also one of the few brands I like to spend money on because I feel like I’m getting my money’s worth and so when they have a sale – you can’t lose! Beauty brands also rarely have sales (unless it’s through a retailer) and I’m not really one to purchase gift sets for myself. From August 29th – 2nd September you can save 20% when you buy two products or more. This is a great oppurtunity to stock up on your favourites or change up your routine by trying something you’ve always wanted to!

Shop the sale here.

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