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English translation: PremiumTip

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Spanish term or phrase:Consejo Premium
English translation:PremiumTip
Entered by: Lisa McCarthy
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11:31 Sep 22, 2011
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Cosmetics, Beauty / Cosmetics
Spanish term or phrase: Consejo Premium
Regarding application of body milk. Is it just the same as 'recommendation:' or 'application:?


Consejo Premium

Aplicar diariamente mediante suaves movimientos circulares en el abdomen y mediante movimientos ascendentes en el resto de zonas.
Lisa McCarthy
Spain
Local time: 17:24
Expert Tip
Explanation:
It seems to me like they just want a fancier way of saying 'Directions for use'. I think this might work, it sounds as though you're getting 'exclusive' advice. If you look on the Liz Earle skincare website and click the 'skincare' tab, there is a section listed on the right called 'Expert Tips' and these tell you more information about the products and how to use them.

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Note added at 42 mins (2011-09-22 12:14:26 GMT)
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I think 'advice' works too. I can't find any examples online of 'Expert tip' actually written on packaging, but here's a website with a section for a body lotion called 'Expert Tips & Instructions': http://www.yestocarrots.com/product/daily-moisture-body-loti...
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Lindsay Spratt
Spain
Local time: 17:24
Grading comment
Thanks, Lindsay. It actually turned out that 'Premium' was a name :), so I left it as 'Premium Tip'.
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Lindsay Spratt


  

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Expert Tip


Explanation:
It seems to me like they just want a fancier way of saying 'Directions for use'. I think this might work, it sounds as though you're getting 'exclusive' advice. If you look on the Liz Earle skincare website and click the 'skincare' tab, there is a section listed on the right called 'Expert Tips' and these tell you more information about the products and how to use them.

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Note added at 42 mins (2011-09-22 12:14:26 GMT)
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I think 'advice' works too. I can't find any examples online of 'Expert tip' actually written on packaging, but here's a website with a section for a body lotion called 'Expert Tips & Instructions': http://www.yestocarrots.com/product/daily-moisture-body-loti...


    Reference: http://uk.lizearle.com/cleanse-tone-moisturise.html
Lindsay Spratt
Spain
Local time: 17:24
Meets criteria
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thanks, Lindsay. It actually turned out that 'Premium' was a name :), so I left it as 'Premium Tip'.
Notes to answerer
Asker: Hi Lindsay, that sounds good. Was thinking of 'consejo' as advice instead of 'tip'.


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Charles Davis: I like it. I've used "tip" for "consejo" in this sort of context, and I think it's fine.
2 hrs
  -> Thanks Charles! 'Tip' also seems a little less serious to me.

agree  anademahomar
5 days
  -> Thank you!
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