Shoppers snap up best-selling Marks & Spencer beauty gift on sale for half price

Marks and Spencer's pampering fragrance set has become a Christmas bestseller, now with 50% off.

If you're looking for the perfect gift this December, check out the Fragrance Society Gift Collection.

This popular beauty gift set has beenreduced from £40 to just £20. It includes two bath and shower gels, a hand and nail cream, a diffuser and a candle, all beautifully packaged in a star-patterned blue tin.

One of the bath gels smells like orange, bergamot and lemongrass, while the other has a scent of neroli, jasmine and sea salt. The hand and nail cream is fragranced with poppy, peony and pearl barley, making it an ideal gift for beauty lovers.

If you need more stocking fillers, Marks and Spencer offers more sets from the Fragrance Society. However, only this set is half price.

Other top picks include the six-piece Fragrance Society Mini Body Wash Collection for £12.50, and the five-piece Hand and Nails Cream Collection for £10.

If you're watching your pennies, there's also the Orange, Bergamot and Lemongrass Mini Gift Set for £6.

Customers are loving the Fragrance Society products, with one saying of the mini body wash set: "If you love Molton Brown this is very similar and a better price." Another agreed: "The quality is as good as other more expensive brands."

However, some were disappointed with the packaging, commenting that "too much glue" was used to secure the gels in their set.

One shopper said: "My only criticism is that each mini bottle is glued to the packaging and when you remove them the glue stays on the bottom, so you can't put them on your bathroom shelf without them sticking to it."

The second most popular beauty gift on the Marks and Spencer website is the Calm Gift Set for £15. The Harry Potter Bath Foam Potion Collection, featuring three colour-changing bath foams in potion bottles for £10, comes in third.

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