festive shopper niche beauty gift with purchase

Niche Beauty Festive Shopper Gift with Purchase worth over £400/€450

Niche Beauty surprised us today with a new beauty gift with purchase and I cannot say that I complain.

My relationship with Niche Beauty is still pretty new as you might know. My only 2 part order was that comprising of the beauty advent calendar and an additional shampoo from Gisou. However, I loved every single thing that I tried from them so far so despite some small issues with the delivery process, I am more than willing to give them another try.

Anyway, here are the details of this new beauty gift with purchase from the german retailer Niche Beauty.

What does the Niche Beauty Gift with Purchase contain?

  • Lano 101 Ointment Multi-Balm Minty, 10 ml
  • Roen Disco Eye, 2 ml
  • Pat Mcgrath Labs Permagel Ultra Glide Eye Pencil, XTREME BLACK, 1,2 ml
  • Susanne Kaufmann Body, 15 ml – Travelsize
  • Indie Lee Brightening Cleanser, 15 ml – Travelsize
  • Pai Skincare Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil, 2 ml – Travelsize
  • Venn Compound K booster, 1 ml – Travelsize
  • U Beauty Resurfacing Compound, 10 ml – Travelsize
  • Goldfaden Vital Boost – Even Skintone Daily Moisturizer, 15 ml – Travelsize
  • Malin & Goetz Grapefruit Face Cleanser, 29 ml – Travelsize
  • Dr. Levy Switzerland Eye Booster Concentrate, 3 ml – Travelsize (super obsessed with this one right now – I am tempted to get the full size if I decide to get the gift)
  • By Terry Mascara Terrybly, 4ml – Travelsize
  • Royal Fern Phytoactive Anti-Aging Cream, 15 ml – Travelsize
  • Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream, 15 ml – Travelsize
  • Aurelia Probiotic Skincare Miracle Cleanser, 50 ml – Travelsize
  • Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta® Extra Strenght Daily Peel, 1 ml – Travelsize
  • Vita Liberata Blur Luminosity, 2 x 3 ml – Travelsize
  • Holidermie Enzymatic Scrub – Purification Détoxifiante 6 Face Radiance Mask – Régénération Instantanée, 2 x 5 ml – Travelsize
  • Clippendales Cotton Candy’s Hair Clip, 1 ml – Travelsize
  • Virtue Set mit Recovery Shampoo, Recovery Conditioner & The One for All 6-in-1 Styler, 2 x 15 ml – Travelsize

How much is the Niche Beauty GWP worth?

The Niche Beauty GWP is worth over £400/€450.

What do you need to do in order to qualify for the beauty gift with purchase from Niche Beauty?

Well, there seems to be two choices – you can either buy the gift set for €89/£86 or you can spend over €180 (around €165 GBP) and get the beauty gift for free.

The beauty gift set is a limited, time sensitive offer which is available exclusively at Niche Beauty here

International shipping is available! Within the EU, there are no additional taxes. For the rest, make sure to check on the retailer’s website.

Not sure what to get?

. If you are unsure what to get, here are some of my recommendations:

  • Gisou Honey Infused Shampoo – here
  • Royal Fern Skin Perfecting Essence – here
  • Byredo Blanche – here

Then there are also the advent calendars available at Niche Beauty such as the byTerry one, the Molton Brown one, the Diptyque one or even the Dr Barbara Sturm one.

Comments

I cannot say that I did not wish to see some more bigger sized items, however the product sizes included are pretty alright. However, what I was mostly interested in seeing were products from brands not otherwise included in other gwp. To some extent that is the case here, however there are also products we are pretty much familiar with by now.

Overall, I think this is a good offer and you would definitely not regret grabbing it. However, if the gwp does not contain products you want to try or need and especially fi there is nothing your wish to buy from the Niche Beauty website, then wait for the next one. It is a good gift with purchase, as mentioned above, but it is not so incredible that it is impossible to resist either.

Grab your Niche Beauty gift here.

What do you think of the Niche Beauty gift with purchase?

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7 Comments

  1. Oliwia

    Heh, guess what, since yesterday Niche Beauty started offering Polish localisation. I couldn’t change the currency (the dropdown is available but the setting doesn’t apply and prices remain in PLN) aaand the prices in PLN are 11% (!!) higher. I sent a ticket to the customer service, got a reply that they are investigating it and will get back to me.
    It’s so discouraging. Not only the EUR/GBP unfavourable exchange rate on Cult Beauty, FeelUnique and others, but the extra unfavourable one to PLN on Harrod’s,HN and now Niche Beauty. If the localisation is an attempt to encourage PL customers, with this kind of pricing politics I’m not sure why bother.

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    1. Nana

      Yep. Same for me. I also emailed them as this is really not fair and why should I support their business when I can get better pricing in Sephora or other local retailers The only reason why I would turn to such a retailer would be a really good GWP, an advent calendar or a brand otherwise unavailable if I really, really want it, but the offers/products have to be incredibly compelling for that to happen and while this one is cute, it is not enough to get me past the price difference. If it were worth like 800 maybe… thanks for pointing it out. I was browsing the UK website and did not see it at first.

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  2. Oliwia

    In Poland cross border trade is not that popular. Only 15% of people who buy online, buy abroad. E-commerce is getting more and more popular, though. If it wasn’t for a fintech I’d be reluctant to buy in foreign currency because both bank and PayPal fees are currency spreads are quite pricey, so I totally get the localisation, but even if it’s made very easy to buy, I will not pay extra £30-40 for this because when it comes to advent calendars and bigger purchases this is what we’re looking at.

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    1. Nana

      In my country cross border is trade is perhaps even more unpopular than in yours. Here people don’t really shop online at all. I have friends my age who never ordered anything online and if they do, they pay cash upon delivery… I really hoped that now things would change, but we still have a long way to go. I do see your point though. Reluctant people might feel safer to shop online on international sites that try to provides prices in local currencies. Some might even be fooled by the location of the retailer unfortunately. It is a pretty weird situation. However The whole pricing thing is outrageous. Paypal actually had good rates but lately they are horrible. I also use the services of a fintech company for shopping however some retailers do not allow it….

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  3. Tara

    I was pretty keen and tempted to order this new advent calendar and buy one (overpriced) Olaplex item to qualify for the GWP – but on checkout, t said the advent calendar can’t be shipped to the U.K.

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