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Poundworld - Osiris BB Cream (Lidl) 1
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Old 25-09-2013, 11:46 PM
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Default Poundworld - Osiris BB Cream (Lidl) 1

Apologies if there's already a Poundworld thread but I can't find it (searched a few times and nothing's came up).

I've read good things about this BB Cream, which hasn't been out that long. Lidl sell it for 1.99 but Poundworld are stocking them, only in Light variety in my local one (Parkhead, Glasgow).

May be useful to someone!



Edit: Saw these in Argyle Street, Glasgow, Poundland earlier

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Apologies if there's already a Poundworld thread but I can't find it (searched a few times and nothing's came up).

I've read good things about this BB Cream, which hasn't been out that long. Lidl sell it for 1.99 but Poundworld are stocking them, only in Light variety in my local one (Parkhead, Glasgow).

May be useful to someone!

might give it a try,at least for a pound,you cant go wrong.
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Thanks OP,

Found some in Westwood x Ramsgate today! They also had the Osiris Bio Oil for a 1 too. Under both itsaid 3 for 2 but went through at 1 each, I queried it & they let me have all 3for 2 Bargain!

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I do like using oils, so I'll have to look up the Osiris Bio Oil knockoff, didn't know they did one!

(Usually I buy the Poundland Rescue Oil and mix it with Castor Oil: oil cleansing method, or use it on its own if my skin is particularly parched)!
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They have loads in the 99p shop in Cowley. Oxford. There are also tons of Argan hair Oil. I tried it and it's quite good for a pound.
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I'm not sure the Osiris qualifies as a genuine BB cream, as far as having extra skincare qualities, though it does have an SPF which many European ones don't.

That's why I was reluctant to put it on the "official" MSE BB cream thread http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/....php?t=3833897 I have the Korean Skin79 BB (which I really love).

Anyway, the Light variety Osiris BB goes on nicely BUT I am ghostly pale and it has a "slight" orangey tinge. I can dampen it down with my pale Translucent NYC loose powder, though. The coverage is a happy medium, not too heavy, not to little (for me, anyway).
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Like the fact that it has SPF.
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I'm not sure the Osiris qualifies as a genuine BB cream, as far as having extra skincare qualities, though it does have an SPF which many European ones don't.

That's why I was reluctant to put it on the "official" MSE BB cream thread http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/....php?t=3833897 I have the Korean Skin79 BB (which I really love).

Anyway, the Light variety Osiris BB goes on nicely BUT I am ghostly pale and it has a "slight" orangey tinge. I can dampen it down with my pale Translucent NYC loose powder, though. The coverage is a happy medium, not too heavy, not to little (for me, anyway).
Thank you! I use skin 79 and never knew there was a bb thread!!
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Saw these in Argyle Street, Glasgow, Poundland earlier Could only see the Light variety at a glance, but I didn't look through them.
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Saw these in Argyle Street, Glasgow, Poundland earlier Could only see the Light variety at a glance, but I didn't look through them.
Poundland also has an Orisis "CC" Cream, but only in "Tanned" in the store I was in (Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow).
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