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Hello! I think everyone loves freebies, dont you agree? Last week, while browsing the new feds on Facebook I found out that a Romanian cosmetics company was giving free samples of their new line to people that signed out through their website. The company is called Farmec and its the most known Romanian cosmetics company with a history of over 120 years and it offers over 400 cosmetics. The most known brands of the company are Gerovital Plant, Ana Aslan, Aslavital, Farmec 16, Dermofarm, Triumf, Doina a.s.o. Gerovital and Aslavital were the two products invented by the famous Romanian Doctor, Ana Aslan. So, because the brand Aslavital Mineralactiv got a new packaging and a few new products were launched the company offered samples of the new products to be tested by consumers. The products from this brand are great for sensitive skin as well as for other types too; these are hypoallergenic, contain no dyes and no parabens; the main ingredients are natural clay and organic extract of Goji, plus vitamin A, E, shea butter, avocado oil and other great ingredients. Ive always wanted to try this line but I dont know why I never did. Well, when I was in highschool I used to use the natural clay from Aslavital and prepare my own cosmetic masks. Anyways, I received 8 free samples: 2 X 4 types of products: - Anti-Wrinkle Mineralizing Cream with SPF 15 - Regenerating, Wrinkle Smoothing Cream - Anti-Dark Circles Gel - Face Cleansing Cream (soap free) I am most excited about the last 2 samples, because the first two Im gonna give to my mum ( I dont need anti-wrinkle cream now). I really hope the anti-dark circles gel will work because these days I am really tired and a bit sick and my dark circles look awful. What I really liked was that the samples were sent in an envelope but through a carrier so you didn`t had to go to the post office - this was really professional and nice. Also because you signed for the samples you get a 10% off discount code if you place an online order on the
http://www.farmec.ro`> Farmec website by the end of April. This was a nice touch too. And as much as I like getting freebies, I always appreciate when the company does a great job distributing the samples and offering discount codes and such. Well, have you ever heard of this Romanian company before? Do you like freebies? Have you ever tried anything from Aslavital?