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    • sstevo19
    • By sstevo19 31st Dec 17, 11:29 AM
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    No Buying Unnecessary Toiletries January 2018
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    • 31st Dec 17, 11:29 AM
    No Buying Unnecessary Toiletries January 2018 31st Dec 17 at 11:29 AM
    Here we go again for another month. As usual this initial post has been shamelessly copied from the many previous months. A big thank you to, err me, sstevo19 for starting us off last month.

    Welcome all newbies and regulars to this very friendly and chatty thread where we give lots of lovely tips on how to use up your stash and lots of support and encouragement if you need them.

    Keep up the pampering and keep down the spending: let’s make the naughty step an empty and lonely place this month (rather than one so long that it can be seen from space)! Will this be the month when the "usual suspects" rein it in a bit? Let's see..... (but I doubt it!)

    Remember - those products do nothing for you while they are stashed in drawers, boxes and cupboards!

    We are eternally grateful to Katie Clampet who set up this fab challenge in January 2010. Here's her original challenge post:

    "No buying any new toiletries, cosmetics, perfume etc... until I have used up ALL the ones I already have. I got a huge amount of (really nice) stuff for Christmas but I am going to resist the urge to browse Boots, Asda, Superdrug etc, and pop another tub of cream, face scrub, shampoo or conditioner into my basket. I reckon the stuff I have will last me until possibly June. I have decided that the money I save I will put into my special holiday account. Anyone else?"

    Lots of us have taken part in the challenge over the past few months (and some of us even years!!) and are making great progress in reducing our stashes and unnecessary/excessive spending.

    Regulars ignore this, but a quick resume is always helpful for newbies:

    Why not add the challenge to your signature as a reminder?

    How about taking a bit of time to do a stock-take and see if there are any gaps in your stash that you might need to spend on this month? Some of us set a budget for the month for essential purchases or to help with withdrawal symptoms, others like to go cold-turkey!! Other ideas which some people find useful: Listing everything out so you can cross things off as used to increase the sense of achievement, and putting a sum of money in a pot each time you use up an item to save for something you really want, or simply to assist in making future essential purchases "cash neutral".

    Remember the challenge is about making the most of your money, enjoying your products, finding which products really suit you best and are worth buying, giving yourself a well-deserved pampering and breaking the habit of buying for the sake of buying. In money-saving tradition, it should also be about making your products l-a-s-t as long as possible (although the temptation of using an unloved shower gel extravagantly to finish it off is sometimes too much to bear!).

    Brand new products (or opened perfume) sell well on eBay.

    Unsuitable products can be repurposed and used for other jobs (shower gel/shampoo as handwash etc).

    Some items can be returned to certain stores for exchange (for essential items or gifts!!) without a receipt.

    Unwanted items can be recycled as gifts or for gift hampers (saving the money you'd have spent on gifts).

    Unsuitable items can be donated to charity or a local women's refuge as mentioned earlier

    It helps to avoid the places where temptation lurks for you; be it QVC, Boots, Body Shop, email newsletter, the supermarket toiletries aisles, Grabbit board, online toiletries browsing, seductive department store beauty counter offers etc. Remember retailers are making offers and promotions all the time, so there will always be another deal! Honest!

    Good luck all for June and indeed the coming months, and remember to keep your stash lists updated, keep popping in for inspiration and support and to report your UU's and IN's, especially any sales bargains - we want a nosy!

    Welcome to all newbies - the more the merrier. Please introduce yourselves so we can welcome you properly! Do de-lurk if you are lurking, this is one of the friendliest threads on MSE.

    Oh - and anyone thinking "OMG my stash is FAR bigger than all of theirs, I cant possibly join" - believe you me, we have been doing this challenge for well over a year some of us - you wont scare us, and I can almost guarantee that someone somewhere will have had more and survived.... we are very supportive (and protective - so don't be scared!!) oh - and did we mention that are nosy??!!


    Useful abbreviations and jargon!

    WBA - Will Buy Again
    UU - Use Ups
    IN - Self explanatory - stuff you've gained into your stash - warning: lines may be given out for unnecessary purchases or you may be sent to the naughty step!
    NBI - A non-bought item such as a present, gift with purchase or free sample
    WNBA - Will Not Buy Again!
    Glitch - when a shop/online store make a pricing mistake so you end up paying less or even get freebies!
    PYN(M/T/W/Th/F/Sa/Su) DELETE AS APPROPRIATE! - Paint Your Nails Monday/Tuesday...... it allows everyone to try and finish those dastardly nail varnishes with group support! You can never be too groomed for this thread. Also see PY(T)N... - for toenails!
    Splutterer - the stage where an item is nearing the end of it's life and spluttering - also the most annoying and seemingly never ending stage!
    GWP - Gift With Purchase - a sample or mini sized item
    HG - Holy Grail - this is the product you would go back for time and time again, it does the job brilliantly, and is either economical, or so fantastic price becomes no object!
    NPI - Near Purchasing Incident (OMG we all have those!)
    LHJ - Long Haul Job - for those products - love 'em or hate 'em - that never seem to end no matter how often you use them
    PRCP - Pink Rose Candle Philosophy inspired by Erma Bombeck who said: 'If I had my life to live over again I would have burned the pink candle sculpted like a rose that melted in storage'. Don't keep things 'for best' or 'for a special occasion'. That day never arrives. Give the best to yourself now and enjoy it. (Thanks to McCulloch29 for introducing this thought provoking sentiment to us)
    GA - for an out that was given away to charity, as a present, or "just because" rather than binned or UU
    TA - for an out that was thrown away due to going off (generally as it has been lurking at the back of a stash since time immemorial) or for any other reason such as a broken container or spillage
    PP - Project Pan: a list of specific items targeted to be used up

    If anyone can think of any more we can add to the list so newbies won't be intimidated by our jargon!


    Graduates

    Here is a list of our lovely,fragrant ladies who have polished and pampered their way through their products and managed to get their toiletries stash under control. Ladies - congratulations, you are an inspiration to the rest of us, xx . Thanks also to InaPickle who suggested we start the Graduate list. To join the list of graduates let us know by posting that you are graduating in big colourful letters, that way the OP can easily spot you and add you to the list, or better still - PM the OP as the thread can move really quickly! You may also wish to add how many products you have used up during the challenge. Good luck ladies! xx

    1. mineallmine - graduated with honours March
    2. Bronnie - graduated with honours March 2011
    3. lostinrates - graduated with honours around June 2010
    4. Ruby_Eskimo - graduated with honours June 2012
    5. Seaside dreamer - graduated with honours October 2012
    6. InaPickle - graduated with honours September 2014
    7. Fiasco55 - graduated with honours May 2017


    Previous threads

    In case you need to refer back to a previous stash list or product review, here are links to past challenge threads. Click on the date to take you straight to it:

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    • kadison
    • By kadison 4th Jan 18, 4:36 PM
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    kadison
    My first update with quite a few UUs:-

    UU
    Avon ANEW Clinical E-Defence Multi-Shield SPF50 Lotion 30ml - WDBA, have 2 in stash so have another one already opened!
    Dentyl Mouthwash 500ml - Smooth Mint - HG mouthwash, the only one I can use and also like!
    Lancôme Crème Mousse-Confort 125ml - very nice, WBA but very difficult to get out of the tube, not as bad a Gel Eclat mind you, I actually cannot get that out of the tube and have to cut them open and decant into pots!
    Lancôme Eau Micellaire Douceur 400ml - HG cleansing water
    Lancôme Hydra Zen Day Cream 15ml - more of these in stash, I never buy these as the SPF isn't high enough but get them as part of GWP and use at night.
    L'Occitane Iris Blue & Iris Blanc Shower Gel 250ml - nice enough, WBA at the same 50% off price but it's discontinued
    Nivea Cleansing wipes x 25 - Normal Skin - Did the job!
    Philip Kingsley Daily Damage Defence 60ml - mostly UU, partly TA due to being open too long, did the job but there are others I prefer more that are cheaper.

    Avon ANEW Reversalist Wrinkle Smoother - WNBA, tried it as an alternative to my clarins primer but it beaded on my skin, half UU, half TA because I hated it!
    Avon CC Cream - Nude - love this and already have another one on the go.
    Avon True Colour Glow Bronzing Pearls - Medium Tan - lovely colour but the pearls kept sticking in my brush or jumping out of the pot so WBA but only on a really good offer.
    Lancôme Hypnose Mascara 2ml - WDBA, this size was with GWP but I love their mascaras and have yet to find a bad one!
    L'Oreal True Match Powder N4 Beige - HG powder
    No7 Shimmer Palette - Rose - this was mostly UU i.e. had stopped giving much colour when I smashed it

    GA
    L'Occitane Aguape Conditioner 300ml - did nothing for my hair but I don't mind since it was from the £1 shop online!
    Primark Rainbow Highlighter - I'm too old for this trend

    Welcome corgimum & dawn.

    Dawn you have lots of lovely things to use there, I have way more of some things than you and less than others, my problem areas are makeup generally and then shower gel, body lotion and perfume. I think it stems from only being allowed one bath a week as a child and that was in fairy liquid then playing outside all week and knowing I was smelly, even as a teenager I wasn't allowed to bath or shower more and had to do everything at the kitchen sink. I left home at 19
    Originally posted by dolly84
    Dolly that sounds horrific, you poor thing!

    My dad smelt awful due to not washing and being a farmer, he had no idea of personal hygiene and would wear the same pants for a week , I was always so embarrassed and hated the idea I might smell, I think my love of nice smelling things came partly from that and partly from my mum, who was also a beauty hoarder.
    No Buying Unnecessary Toiletries 2018
    I have had a perfectly wonderful evening, but this wasn't it - Groucho Marx
    • sunny_money
    • By sunny_money 4th Jan 18, 8:20 PM
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    sunny_money
    TA
    Max Factor Erace concealer
    The Body Shop light reflecting concealer

    I still can!!!8217;t be bothered to use concealer, and these are very old now
    • London baby
    • By London baby 4th Jan 18, 10:17 PM
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    London baby
    UUs:

    L'oreal 7 signs anti-aging face mask: Had this on my desk for years and finally used it. WNB Felt too weird having a gooey-like tissue on my face. Prefer my face masks.

    Dexe black hair shampoo dye WNB Dripped alot and did not cover my grays.
    • CherryLee
    • By CherryLee 4th Jan 18, 11:10 PM
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    CherryLee
    I felt very proud today I managed to walk through Boots without buying any toiletries - even if they still had shelves full of half priced goodies - I was very good!
    Last edited by CherryLee; 04-01-2018 at 11:10 PM. Reason: spelling typo
    • lucia22
    • By lucia22 4th Jan 18, 11:29 PM
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    lucia22
    UU

    Heathcote & Ivory Vintage & Co. Body Lotion 30ml - This was part of a Christmas pressie. I didn't think it was for me as I don't usually go for floral scents but I actually liked this one. The lotion was good quality as it wasn't really watery and I got several uses out of it. WMB but plenty more lotions left in the stash!

    Bomb Cosmetics It's Xmas Blaster - Got this as part of a Christmas pressie. I really liked this - turned my bath water pink. I don't usually buy bath bombs myself but I love them as gifts. Have several more to use up!

    Also started on my body butter free samples from The Body Shop. Have hit pan on my night cream so hope it will be completely gone in the next few weeks.
    No Buying Unnecessary Toiletries 2018 (Total 2016 UU - 211|Total 2017 UU - 114)
    Toiletries Total UU to end of May - 41
    |June - 1|Makeup Total UU to end of May - 5
    • mcculloch29
    • By mcculloch29 4th Jan 18, 11:59 PM
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    mcculloch29
    Just seen this which some of you may be interested in. Debunking product claims & the psychology behind what makes us buy so we know what to look out for !!!128584; http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09m2l58
    The Truth About Looking Good, BBC1 8pm Wednesday
    Originally posted by sbirks23
    Thank you so much for this, I'm on a telly detox at the moment, having watched it more than usual over Christmas, and I would have hated to have missed it.

    Nothing else to report, other than GA two of the pack of six Ultimate Blends conditioners, to the two lovely ladies who clean for me on a Tuesday.
    Erma Bombeck, American writer: "If I had my life to live over again... I would have burned the pink candle, sculptured like a rose, that melted in storage." Don't keep things 'for best' - that day never comes. Use them and enjoy them now.
    • sunny_money
    • By sunny_money 5th Jan 18, 7:49 AM
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    sunny_money
    Just seen this which some of you may be interested in. Debunking product claims & the psychology behind what makes us buy so we know what to look out for !!!128584; http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09m2l58
    The Truth About Looking Good, BBC1 8pm Wednesday
    Originally posted by sbirks23
    Thanks! Will try to watch
    • dolly84
    • By dolly84 5th Jan 18, 8:22 AM
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    dolly84
    Just seen this which some of you may be interested in. Debunking product claims & the psychology behind what makes us buy so we know what to look out for !!!128584; http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09m2l58
    The Truth About Looking Good, BBC1 8pm Wednesday
    Originally posted by sbirks23
    Will have to remember to watch this, thanks.
    Total Debt 01/14 £13043.00, now £0 debt free date Dec 2016, actually July 2016.
    • CherryLee
    • By CherryLee 5th Jan 18, 11:41 AM
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    CherryLee
    UU

    Dove Cream Oil Nourishing Body Wash- 250ml WNBA as I have loads of Dove Showering Creams and Body Washes in my stash. I found this to be gloopy and not very lathersome when mixed with hot water. The aroma from this body wash doesn't linger very long either. I think I got around 20 showers from this product.

    Vaseline Spray & Go Body Moisturiser - Aloe Fresh - 190ml WBA but at the moment I have a stash of this too in different fragrances. I've been using this tin for a while so this week I have just used up the last dregs of the can. I usually take the Aloe Fresh fragrance on holiday with me as it is handy after you've showered, just spray and go as it says on the tin, just a quick rub over your skin with your hands and it's done, very cooling especially if you are in a hot country.
    No Buying Unnecessary Toiletries in 2018 - UU 3/78

    £2018 in 2018 - £14.74
    • ma-ri-ella
    • By ma-ri-ella 5th Jan 18, 12:13 PM
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    ma-ri-ella
    I felt very proud today I managed to walk through Boots without buying any toiletries - even if they still had shelves full of half priced goodies - I was very good!
    Originally posted by CherryLee
    see i read that and thought what sort of things haha

    i do have a few uu/throw aways from last month aswell

    cien hydro fresh deodorant- not sure how this would do in warmer months and its not that much cheaper than better stuff when on offer
    whipped clean 250ml shower butter - yes i would but that's a long way ahead!! might even be finished my£1 challenge by then haha
    passion fruit body scrub - not sure where from ,pain to clean out bath
    montagne jeunese bosy smoothie - like the gace masks less fussed about the other parts of the range
    spiced cranberry body scrub - markies . was starting to go bad but was dated 2016 lol

    binned a couple of old lipsticks and used up random conditioner ,prescription shampoo

    yey can empty the bin now
    91.50£365 a year spend challenge - this has included food/clothes/beauty
    20,000 step a day challenge
    • asajj
    • By asajj 5th Jan 18, 10:52 PM
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    asajj
    UU-Simple Eye Cream: Bought this a while back from the airport before going on holiday as I forgot mine and it did the job. Finished today as I'm trying to UU some half-full products. WMBA if I need something cheap and easy.
    £2015 in 2015 / £2015

    No buying unnecessary stuff.
    Clearing out by selling on Ebay, donating to charity etc.
    • VALM
    • By VALM 6th Jan 18, 9:54 AM
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    VALM
    Another UU
    First Aid Beauty Cleanser. WNBA. This felt too soapy and was drying on my skin. I bought this is the US so the tube has lasted 2 months, This is 1 Cleanser down from 4 in my stash so don't need to purchase replacement. Will be pulling Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Rise & Cedrat from the stash. I also use Elemis Balancing Lime Blossom Cleanser in the am and use No7 wipes for a fist Cleanse at night. I count these separately.
    Back for the No Buying Toiletries challenge. I pledge to only buy when I run out of a product that is not already in my stash no matter what wonderful emails land in in my Inbox or threads I read on MSE re: glitches!

    SPC Member 046
    £2. Challenge member 55
    • dawn1980
    • By dawn1980 6th Jan 18, 10:08 AM
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    dawn1980
    This week I seem to have finished quite a bit.
    UU Soap and Glory Daily soothe bath float. WBA smells really nice and feels very luxurious. Bit gloopy and fussy to mix, doesn't really give a lasting foam.
    UU Soap and glory Clean on me WBA but I have a few in the stash.
    Gillete satin care violet with Olay. WDBA
    Right Guard total 5 defence (the blue one.) Didn't like this. Didn't seem to be very effective. Surprised me.
    Soap and glory Scrub of your life

    TA: two tubes of Soap and glory heavenly hands. I never used these. They sat in my stash a year and when I went to use it it was seperated. When I mixed it back up it was so so and the smell had gone really bad. I have had other products last much longer so I WNBA.




    PP
    Yves Rocher Arnica and Aveeno hand creams
    Righteous butter (for body)
    Heel Genius for feet
    Mini No7 eye cream
    Mini No 7 protect and perfect
    Garnier Ultralift Day and Night
    Shampoo and 3m conditioner Aussie Winter.
    Flake away body scrub
    Clean on me face wash
    scrub your nose in it exfoliator
    Body shop blue corn face mask
    Nivea deoderant
    Clean on me shower gel
    Calm one calm all bubble bath

    I am so fed up of soap and glory. Need to use it all up before it all turns. In future I will buy it when I want it and won't bother stocking up in sales.
    • pinkfluffybabe
    • By pinkfluffybabe 6th Jan 18, 11:12 AM
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    pinkfluffybabe
    Second UU of January:

    Aromatherapy Associates Inner Strength bath oil. WBA. Lovely scent.
    Not buying unnecessary toiletries 2018 - 43/162 UU, 11 IN
    Mortgage Free Wannabe 2018 No.180 £495/£2000
    1% challenge No.15 - 11% £2 savers No.12 - £78 5p Savers No.3 - £4.75
    Virtual Sealed Pot No.12 - £62.85/£150 1p a day Challenge £290.36/£667.95
    Completely Crazy Clothes Challenge 2018 #5 £381.28/£150
    • VALM
    • By VALM 6th Jan 18, 1:14 PM
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    VALM
    This week I seem to have finished quite a bit.
    UU Soap and Glory Daily soothe bath float. WBA smells really nice and feels very luxurious. Bit gloopy and fussy to mix, doesn't really give a lasting foam.
    UU Soap and glory Clean on me WBA but I have a few in the stash.
    Gillete satin care violet with Olay. WDBA
    Right Guard total 5 defence (the blue one.) Didn't like this. Didn't seem to be very effective. Surprised me.
    Soap and glory Scrub of your life

    TA: two tubes of Soap and glory heavenly hands. I never used these. They sat in my stash a year and when I went to use it it was seperated. When I mixed it back up it was so so and the smell had gone really bad. I have had other products last much longer so I WNBA.




    PP
    Yves Rocher Arnica and Aveeno hand creams
    Righteous butter (for body)
    Heel Genius for feet
    Mini No7 eye cream
    Mini No 7 protect and perfect
    Garnier Ultralift Day and Night
    Shampoo and 3m conditioner Aussie Winter.
    Flake away body scrub
    Clean on me face wash
    scrub your nose in it exfoliator
    Body shop blue corn face mask
    Nivea deoderant
    Clean on me shower gel
    Calm one calm all bubble bath

    I am so fed up of soap and glory. Need to use it all up before it all turns. In future I will buy it when I want it and won't bother stocking up in sales.
    Originally posted by dawn1980
    I feel the same about S&G and wonder whether a lot of people do considering the amounts left in Boots at the A Trafford Centre the day before NYE. I have two large bottles of shower gel that I need to open next as these are the oldest in my stash. I do like their facial cleanser though.
    Back for the No Buying Toiletries challenge. I pledge to only buy when I run out of a product that is not already in my stash no matter what wonderful emails land in in my Inbox or threads I read on MSE re: glitches!

    SPC Member 046
    £2. Challenge member 55
    • sunny_money
    • By sunny_money 6th Jan 18, 2:36 PM
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    sunny_money
    IN
    Batiste dry shampoo 400ml

    Also Simple make up remover 400ml x2 (buy one get one free at Superdrug) but I!!!8217;m not counting these anymore as they are exclusively used by my wife now.

    I don!!!8217;t count handwash as I don!!!8217;t have a problem with it but thought I!!!8217;d share my bargain buy. Sainsbury's has Baylis & Harding Christmas edition hand wash 500ml for £1 (normally £1.50-£2) that!!!8217;s 20p/100ml and the only thing cheaper there was Sainsburys Basics, such good value. Bought the only 3 left.
    • mcculloch29
    • By mcculloch29 6th Jan 18, 2:45 PM
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    mcculloch29
    Tried the goodies I won in a raffle earlier this week. The company is 'Creative Colours', a generic trading name for nondescript stuff, The passion flower shower gel smells fruity rather than floral, and it's not too bad. The body lotion took ages to rub in, felt sticky and had no scent, so will do for feet.
    The very sturdy hatbox style gift box meanwhile will hold Christmas tree decorations. Confession: that was why the toiletries didn't go back in the raffle, I wanted the box, for just this purpose.
    Erma Bombeck, American writer: "If I had my life to live over again... I would have burned the pink candle, sculptured like a rose, that melted in storage." Don't keep things 'for best' - that day never comes. Use them and enjoy them now.
    • dawn1980
    • By dawn1980 6th Jan 18, 2:56 PM
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    dawn1980
    I feel the same about S&G and wonder whether a lot of people do considering the amounts left in Boots at the A Trafford Centre the day before NYE. I have two large bottles of shower gel that I need to open next as these are the oldest in my stash. I do like their facial cleanser though.
    Originally posted by VALM
    Yes. I really like the face soap and clarity and I'm pleased that it lasts so long. Although may not want to use the other bottle when I'm finished. I seem to like change.
    • sstevo19
    • By sstevo19 6th Jan 18, 8:24 PM
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    sstevo19
    One UU today:

    La Roche Posay Cicaplast Mains Hand Cream 50ml WDBA and have done. This is the best hand cream I've ever used

    And one TA:

    GUM Easy Floss 30m WNBA. I wanted to like this but it's so slippery I can barely get a grip on it :/

    One IN:

    Oral B Satin Tape 25m

    I broke my No Buy, this should be the only thing I buy this month.
    • sbirks23
    • By sbirks23 7th Jan 18, 12:08 PM
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    sbirks23
    Best place to sell new, unopened?
    Hi, I'm looking at what I won't realistically use before expiry and have several premium brand skincare items I think would sell. Where's the best place to sell from your experience.. is it eBay or are there more specific skincare sites? Thank you.
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