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Claim your FREE Anti-Ageing Origins Mini Facial

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Most of us covet smooth, firm, glowing skin, but while myriad products promise it, it can be hard to find one that delivers.

New Plantscription™ SPF25 Anti-aging face cream is one that does. It helps improve the appearance of lines, wrinkles and skin’s firmness, boosts moisture levels and helps safeguard skin from ageing UV damage to keep you looking younger.

What is an Origins Anti-Ageing Mini Facial?

The Anti-Ageing Mini Facial is a 30 minute Mini Facial which incorporates a unique touch to volumise and lift your skin to give you a younger, fresher appearance. By revitalizing and smoothing the skin, while increasing circulation, the end result is a healthy glow, with wrinkles smoothed away and delicate eye skin lifted.

How can I book my Mini Facial?

To book your Mini Facial, visit your nearest John Lewis store and book in for you free Anti-Ageing Mini Facial at the Origins counter.*

Plantscription™ SPF25 Anti-aging face cream is a perfect complement to Origins Plantscription™ Anti-aging serum with Anogeissus which picked up two Stylist Skincare Awards last year, for Best Luxury Anti-ager and Award for Innovation.

* Mini Facial subject to availability on counter. One per customer. Please book to guarantee availability.

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