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Apparently Bourjois make up is made by Chanel (and is a lot cheaper) and I have been reliably informed that Clinique used to supply the skin care range for M&S - don't know whether they still do.
I recently bought a Sharp combi oven and was told in the shop that Panasonic make all the components, but the Panasonic combi is much more expensive.
I am terribly impressed with Asda's Xtra Special range having bought loads of stuff from them for Christmas - they must be made by someone good - any ideas?
I read in a magazine somewhere that Lancome makes L'Oreal. L'Oreal is very good quality make-up at around half the price of Lancome and available in more high street shops, as Lancome is usually only available in the very large Department Stores.
I dont think L'Oreal is a quarter of the quality of Lancome. You just cant compare the L'Oreal Paris Pastel Repair Conditioning Lipcream to the Lancome Juicy Tube.
I'm not sure how to do the short link Judi, but on part of the website for cosmeticscop.com it says this:"LancomeAnother fact that is likely to be of some interest to the consumer is that Lancome is owned by L'Oreal, and you can often find L'Oreal products that are virtually identical to the Lancome products—the products are first launched at the L'Oreal shelves and then turn up at the Lancome counters a month or two later. In terms of quality, both L'Oreal and Lancome lag behind, though if you think Lancome has the answers for you, try L'Oreal first."
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