Liberty of London Saving Face Beauty Kit 2021

Liberty of London has decided to grace us with one more of their beauty kit, the first one for 2021. Personally, I pretty much love the idea of these kits. You get products you like or discover new ones and then you also get significantly more value for your money. What is there not to love? Hmm, maybe the delivery and order processing but that is a story for another day. In the meantime, let’s see what this new kit contains. Shall we?

Saving Face Beauty Kit Contents

Aurelia Probiotic Skincare CBD Super Serum 30ml

Aromatherapy Associates No Rinse Hand Cleanser 100ml

Patchology FLASHMASQUE® Soothe 5 Minute Sheet Mask (Single)

Liberty. Phoebe B Upcycled Tana Lawn™ Cotton Face Covering

Mario Badescu Skincare Drying Lotion 29ml

Lixirskin Soft Clay Rubber 60ml

Plenaire Rose Jelly Gentle Makeup Remover 100ml

Margaret Dabbs Intensive Hydrating Hand Lotion 75ml

Liberty. Medium Washbag in Strawberry Thief print

Price and Value

The latest beauty kit from Liberty is worth an impressive £204.50. However, the kit is available for purchase for just £60. Okay, JUST £60 is not JUST for everyone and especially after the holidays. It is a good price and a great saving though.

Where can you purchase the kit from?

The beauty kit is available exclusively at Liberty. Stores might be closed, but you can still purchase the kit online here.

Comments

Okay, where to start. Where to start. I think I got it. Before I share my opinion on the few products that I did try from his kit, I want to say that there should be no pressure. Previous kits have stayed in stock longer than expected. Plus, it seems that Liberty is keen on launching more of these which is good news. Even if not, there are still many offers and there will be many more you can take advantage of. If you do not need this kit, the products or for whatever other reason you feel like you should be skipping this one, do it. It is tempting to get every shiny new thing, but if you can muster the strength not to, then don’t get them 🙂

The Lixirskin Clay Mask is one of the most interesting clay masks that I tried. I am pretty fond of it even if I am not obsessed with it. I had a different idea of what it would be like when I got it and it is obviously not that. However, no matter. I like using it. It had to be the pink clay mask I reach for the most.

Margaret Dabbs…ah, Liberty seems a bit too fond of this brand. I cannot say that the products are bad, but I am not impressed by them either. They also smell pretty weird. Luckily, the scent is never strong so there is that. They do the job, but meh.

The Liberty Wash Bags are lovely. I am not fond of some of their chosen fabric patterns, they have so many cute ones but never use them for the bags, but they are pretty great. They are big enough for travel and for storing your deluxe samples, at least a great deal of them. Also, everyone likes what they like so you do not need to agree with me. This specific patterns is pretty cute!

Grab your Saving Face Beauty Kit here.

What do you think of this kit?

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2 Comments

    1. Nana

      Liberty is pretty great. They have been dealing with some issues lately, but overall great shop and experience. I love how they curate every single item they sell. Thanks for stopping by. I love seeing new faces on here!

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