Saturday, 28 January 2012

Emma Hardie on QVC Beauty Day

A very quick post just to alert you to a fantastic new Emma Hardie kit on QVC. I started using Emma Hardie products over a year ago after getting a lot for Christmas and I haven't really stopped since. The star product is normally heralded as the Moringa Balm but every product deserves a gold star (and I've tried all but one). The great thing is that all of the products are reasonably priced compared to similar brands, as the sizes are so much bigger.
Emma Hardie Amazing Face set available at QVC
The set I wanted to mention contains a full size Moringa Cleansing Balm, a full size Professional Eye Serum, a full size Moisturising Cream, exfoliating seeds, professional cleansing cloth, slippers and most importantly a Votive Candle. I got the candle in a gift set last Christmas and it was the first scented candle I had ever used, let's just say it has started a slight obsession!

The best thing about the set is the price, it is £79.20 and currently on offer in 3 easy payments of £26.40 so the cost can be spread over 3 months. The full product details can be found here. If nearly £80 is too much, there are some cheaper starter kits also available that don't contain the full sizes but allow you to try the range. Remember that anything bought from QVC can be returned within 30 days even if used, which makes it my number one choice for skincare, allowing costly mistakes to be avoided.

I was lucky enough to attend a special talk by Emma herself back in summer and found her really inspirational. A lot of brands can feel so similar but speaking to Emma, you can see how much of herself and her background she has poured into the products. When I can take a break from law applications/interviews, I will write about all the products I have used in more detail but this evening I just wanted to let you know about this particular kit.

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