HANDS up if you’ve got expensive taste when it comes to perfume but not the bank balance to match?
Well, according to one savvy shopper, there’s a super simple trick that’ll allow you to wear your favourite high-end fragrance for just £5.99 – and it’s so easy, anyone can do it.
Alongside the image, she penned: “It’s probably controversial as some would say not worth it but for a perfume that’s really expensive it’s not bad – went to Superdrug yesterday (Trafford centre) and asked for a perfume pod.
“They charged me £6 and I just picked the nicest perfume I like that’s more expensive which is handy as I’ve got some weddings coming up! (65 sprays per pod).
“Good thing is you can refill it with your own perfume when it’s finished!”
The bargain buy can hold around 65 sprays of fragrance and what’s more is it’s a small, lightweight, travel-friendly 5ml atomiser and is approved for aircraft travel.
So it’s little surprise the post has since garnered over 941 likes and 408 comments, with many quick to praise Rebecca’s top perfume tip.
“And if you have a super drug card you get it for less than £4,” one social media user helpfully wrote.
A second penned: “I’ve got one it’s a bargain I had Versace perfume put in mine.”
A third penned: “Good foe hols!”
Meanwhile, a fourth praised: “I got a couple of these too, love the fact that you can just refill them and pop them in your handbag.”
And another tagged a friend and enthused: “This is good!”
Rebecca isn’t the only one to rave about the savvy beauty hack, with a shopper named Hannah writing: “Finally got my hands on one.
“Filled with Black Opium Extreme.”
A 50ml bottle of the popular YSL perfume retails at £88 – meaning beauty fans can save themselves whopping £82 by purchasing the refill bottles instead.
However, Hannah continued: “Lady told me they can only fill them if the testers are half full or more and also said you can only fill ONCE (when purchasing).
“And, you can only fill from bottles where the sprayer will come off- so for example you can’t fill from the majority of Paco Rabbane’s.”