Superdrug Voucher Codes

Lots of SUPER finds at including discount voucher codes and deals like; 10% off purchases, BOGOF on Piz Buin sun spray, 25% off offer on all Superdrug brand products and 3 for 2 on all cosmetics. Free shipping is also offered on orders totally £35 or more.

Superdrug, founded in 1964, is the UK’s second largest health and beauty retailer. is the online retail website of the company which launched in September, 2000. They are known for their wide array of health and beauty products including fragrances and for their special discount offers and vouchers. Superdrug carries its own line of products as well as hundreds of other brands. There seems to be something at Superdrug for everyone.

Superdrug is one of Britain’s most fashion conscious retailers and prides itself on challenging the status quo on behalf of their customers. They were the first retailer to support London Fashion Week and they are committed to being the first to offer new and exciting brands to the public. Their own “Naturals” brand is reasonably priced and many of its body, face and hair care offerings are labelled “Vegan”. In 2008, in response to the popularity of the metrosexual image, Superdrug began selling Taxi Man cosmetics for men. Pointing to men such as Russell Brand and Robbie Williams, the company’s director of trading pointed out the makeup was not just for transvestites.

As for challenging the status quo, Superdrug campaigned successfully to slash the government VAT tax on condoms from 17.5 to 5 percent. This victory was celebrated in 2006. Their most recent campaign is to reduce the VAT tax on children’s sun care products and lobbying the government to reclassify sunscreen as an essential health item rather than a beauty product.

Stemming from their core value of being a responsible retailer, Superdrug has donated tremendous amounts of money since 2006 to their charity partners. They partner with Princes Trust to support young people with potential, raise money for skin cancer campaigns and Teenage Cancer Trust.

In February of this year, Superdrug became BUAV (a 100 year old organisation dedicated to wiping out animal testing) approved under the internationally recognised Humane Cosmetic Standard (HCS). In simple terms, their entire line of toiletry products are certified as cruelty free meaning no animal testing has been done in any part of the manufacturing process. Superdrug products now sport the leaping bunny logo showing their BUAV approval. This means a lot too many shoppers who have had a hard time finding cruelty free products in the past.

With it socially conscious initiatives, huge selection of health & beauty products at reasonable prices, and rave reviews from customers, must be doing something SUPER.