Just because these beauty buys are under £10, doesn’t mean they compromise on results. High street brands give as good as they get with luxe textures, expensive-looking results and unbeatable staying power. Here's our pick of the best bath, body and hair bargains.
Dr Bronner’s Liquid Soap, from £1.99, drbronner.co.uk
Suitable for all the family, this proves organic can be affordable.
La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Hand Cream, £6.50, escentual.com
Non-greasy moisture for hardworking mum skin. Creates an invisible 'glove' of moisture on hands, which keeps skin protected even after washing your hands.
Garnier Body Tonic Sugar Scrub, £7.14, boots.com
Has a generous grain size to exfoliate and perk up dull skin.
Nivea In-Shower Body Moisturiser, £3.55, superdrug.com
Apply this body moisturiser in the shower, after shower gel, then rinse off and dry to save precious morning seconds.
Mark Hill MiracOILicious, £9.99, boots.com
Breathes life back into dry, damaged and frizzy hair with this hair oil. Apply to wet hair before styling to condition and eliminate frizz, or once dry to smooth hair further.
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