Be careful when buying new and unused perfume and skin care items and samples. Are they really new?If you are buying from a private seller the odds are that they have sprayed it once and do not like it and then sell as new. The same with skincare products. If you are buying a sample, one spray can mean a lot of the contents missing. Do not confuse samples of Expensive Perfume Houses with ordinary High Street samples, It is quite common for them to be half full which is how they are filled normally. Always buy perfume or skincare or samples from someone who sells a lot of these items or is a Power Seller. They will usually have been obtained through suppliers and unless listed as testers they will be new and unused. There may be an occasional blip but most shop sellers will replace if there is a problem. If you can smell the perfume when you open the package, it has been sprayed or used or it has leaked. Always return it to the seller if it has been listed as new. Check the level of the perfume in the bottle. This may not matter to you if you are using it yourself but will matter if it is for a present. If the cream is shrinking away from the sides of the jar it is old stock. Samples and Gift with Purchase items are an extremely good way to try a product before you buy the full size. It can save you a fortune in unused creams and perfumes.
Buying New & Unused Perfume & Skincare or Samples
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16 May 2010
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