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Whether it’s a luxurious bottle of champagne, her favourite skin care product or a meaningful piece of jewellery, spoil mum this Mother’s Day with the best gifts at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA).
The Beauty Queen
We all know mums deserve to be pampered, so why not treat mum with her favourite beauty products at World Duty Free? Our best sellers include; Clarins, Estee Lauder and Lancome.
A little indulgence goes a long way and you can’t go wrong with choccies and champers. Be spoilt for choice at LJLA with an array of goodies that will make Willy Wonka green with envy! Our favourites include; Thorntons Milk Chocolate, Lindor, Thorntons Special Toffee and Thorntons Classics. Top picks for champagne include; Veuve Cliquot, Moet & Chandon and Vino Dei Poeti.
If mum loves fashion, keep her one step ahead of the trends with these picks; Ted Baker, Fiorelli, Gucci, RayBan, Pandora and Swarovski all available at World Duty Free.
The Gadget Gal
Located in the departure lounge, Sound Express by WHSmith is filled with an amazing selection of headphones, speakers and accessories to keep all of her gadgets going.
The Gym Goer
JD Sports at LJLA is tax-free, so if your mum can often be found doing Instagram worthy workouts, make great savings against the high street for the latest sportswear trends!
The Book Worm
A well-chosen book is a wonderful, personal gift. Here are some of WHSmith’s best titles guaranteed to put a smile on her face this Mother’s Day;
- A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
- Baby Doll by Hollie Overton
- On the Other Side by Cassie Hope Fletcher
- A Summer at Sea by Katie Fforde
- Mad Girl by Bryony Gordon
- Lie with Me by Sabine Durrant
Don’t forget, you can Reserve & Collect at World Duty Free!
With World Duty Free's Reserve & Collect service, you can browse the World Duty Free website, reserve items you wish to purchase and pay for them in-store when you fly through. You can make reservations (where available) from one month to 24 hours before your flight. For more information, click here.
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