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Tuesday, May 14

Priceline Haul!

I got a surprise on Monday when my Priceline Sisterclub voucher arrived in the mail, and by surprise I mean I almost had a heart attack and died. At first I was like "Haa, so that's where all my money went"; but after checking my account online I soon realised that the voucher included every point I had earned since I first signed up to the Clubcard back in 2005. So after eight years of picking up toothpaste, tampons and an occasional foundation, I managed to rack up 1500 club points, and having not redeemed any of those points received a $60 voucher.

Here's what I got:

Sukin Certified Organic Rose Hip Oil - $14.95

Great for acne, scars and stretchmarks.

Covergirl Clump Crusher by Lashblast - $14.95
I've heard this is a great dupe for Max Factors 'False Lash Effect' mascara, and its half the price too!

Aveeno Daily Moisturising  Body Wash - $9.99
I never liked using body washes because they irritated my skin, but when I saw that this wash contains oatmeal and other essential oils I decided to give it a go. It also smells really nice! I also bought a body sponge to go with it for $4.99.

Avene Eau Thermale - $9.99
So, essentially it's just water in a can, but this is one of those hyped products I've been really intrigued about. I almost died when I saw the prices of Avene in priceline, they're super expensive, so I ended up getting the small can in the end. :(

Rimmel 60 seconds  nail polish in 'Clear' - $3.95
I had a couple of dollars left on my voucher so I decided to go for a nail polish, unfortunately they were sold out of the colour I wanted, but when is a clear polish never useful?

What did you guys buy?


  1. A $60 voucher?! That's crazy. I'm surprised they didn't send you smaller ones leading up till now. Also I did not realise that there was a Rosehip oil for such an affordable price. Here's an excuse to go try it...haha

    1. Neither did I! I was going to buy Trilogy's rose hip oil originally but when I saw Sukin were having a sale I decided to try it out. I think it's usually around $19 when not on sale but it's still $10 cheaper than Trilogy's. XD

  2. I can't stop laughing at Hugh Grant's gif, I've looking at it for the past 5 minutes and I'm LFMAO, Love Actually is such a great movie.
    Now, back to your post.
    I use the Rimmel 60 Seconds, and I find it really useful! I hate waiting for my nails to dry and I'm always messing them up.
    I fin that nail polish really speeds up the wait.


    P.S.: still laughing at loud.

    1. I also love how awesome the brush is, two swipes and I'm done. It amazes me how cheap they are too. Thanks for commenting!

  3. How awesome you got a $60 voucher! I need to check my priceline points balance now...

  4. Ooh, a $60 voucher! I've never gotten a voucher more than $12 I think :)
    You got some great picks there - I've been lemming after that Avéne water spray a while, since the reviews are so good, but I agree with you on the price!

    1. I did end up finding Avéne products cheaper on Sasa and :)

  5. omg u are so lucky! i love the aveeno moisturing creams! they are so awesome :)

    xx Michelle

  6. Lucky u!!! :D And the products you bought looks amazing!! I would love to try the Organic Rose Hip Oil :D xx