Cult Beauty – The Luxe Skincare Gift With Purchase

Hi there! Today I am back with a little surprise from Cult Beauty so instead of the post I had scheduled, I would rather talk about the Luxe Skincare Gift with Purchase from Cult Beauty. You don’t mind, do you? I though so!

What does the Cult Beauty Luxe Skincare Gift With Purchase Contain?

Omorovicza Rejuventaing Night Cream – 15 ml (deluxe size)

Allies of Skin – Promise Keeper Blemish Sleeping Facial 12 ml (deluxe size)

Charlotte Tilbury – Charlotte’s MagicSerum Crystal Elixir 3.5ml (sample size)

Luminity – Day and Night Nutrional Supplements (one week supply)

Dr Levy Switzerland – Eye Booster Concentrate (3ml) and Booster Serum (4ml)

Oskia – Liquid Mask Lactic Acid Micro-Peel (7ml)

U-Beauty – Resurfacing Compound 10ml (deluxe)

Cult Beauty Travel Make Up Bag (small)

How much is the Luxe Skincare gift worth?

The Cult Beauty Luxe Skincare Gift with Purchase is worth over Β£225 and it includes the products mentioned above.

What do you need to do in order to qualify for the Luxe Skincare Beauty Gift with Purchase?

In order to qualify for the beauty gift with purchase from Cult Beauty you need to spend at least Β£125 on products they sell. In addition, today (August 4th) the gift is still in pre-launch so you need to use the LUXEGB20 code at checkout. Afterwards, it will probably work without the code.

Okay, so here are my thoughts. I was definitely expecting Cult Beauty to release a beauty gift with purchase this month, but for some reason I was not expecting it now. Also, the contents are definitely not what I had been expecting, but then again nothing this year has been or happened as expected so why bother.

However, I might accept that the gift does not contain anything like I have been expecting, but still, this is definitely not the best gift the retailer came out with. Their choice of products might have been impacted by the current situation and perhaps some brands are more reluctant to spend on PR and marketing efforts while others are pushing harder than ever so that they can stay afloat. I get that, I really do. But the contents are still a bit disappointing in my opinion.

The products themselves are not bad, they really aren’t. At least the ones I tried so far are not. However, this gift is more suitable for those who want to try expensive skincare or tend to purchase products in this price range often and as such get an opportunity to try the products before making the investment. At this time in particular, as in more so than usual, I wanted to see more products from more mid-range brands when it comes to pricing. Personally, I would find that more useful. It might be just me or my current mood, but top of the line skincare products are really not my top priority right now. I would have had more fun playing with brands I have been looking to try for a while or new launches even. Playing with expensive skincare is not bad either so some might find this gift appealing because of it.

I am quite torn.

Now sure what to buy? Here are some products from my wishlist.

Glow Recipe Papaya Enzyme Cleansing Balm – here

Sweet Chef – Beet + Vit A Serum – here

The Ordinary – Niacinamide Powder – here

The Inkey List SPF 30 Daily SunScreen – here

NCLA Beauty – Balm Babe – here

Grab you Luxe Skincare Gift here

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