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The weather is getting colder, and winter is just around the corner. At this time of year, my skin goes all dry and flakey.
So whenever a free or really cheap skincare product comes up, I usually jump at it to give it a try.
With Christmas around the corner too, even if you don’t need it – this could make a nice present for someone else too.
How to get it
Grüum have launched a brand new deal that gets you a washbag, and two skincare products for free – you just pay £3.95 postage.
You can choose between five different colours of washbag (which usually costs £20), and a number of different skincare products.
You can choose between face cream, soaps, moisturisers and more, but you can only select one bundle of skincare items.
To claim it, you’ll need to head over to the Grüum website, and go through the steps to choose your washbag and skincare products. The most expensive of which add up to £41, but some bundles are worth slightly less.
Once they’ve been added to your basket, the discount should be automatically applied, and you’ll be left with £3.95 left to pay for postage.
Your bundle should be with you within a couple of weeks of you ordering.
The deal is available until 31st October, so you have a few weeks to claim, though some items are going out of stock – so go quickly if it’s something you want.
For full information, and to claim the deal, head over to the Grüum website.
For more deals, visit: dealaday.
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Jordon is known as "Britain’s Coupon Kid," who has been saving money since age 15. He spent four years writing for MoneySavingExpert, and now regularly appears as an expert on TV, radio and print. It's his mission to make sure nobody pays full price for anything.