Net-a-Porter: The Doctors’ Beauty Kit – worth £600+

I was just preparing to share a new review, but then I saw this new launch from Net-a-Porter. You know me. I cannot not share a good deal, especially one such as this one. Before I start on yet another tangent, here are the details on this new offer.

What does the Doctors’ Beauty Kit Contain?

  • MZ Skin’s Depuff & Define Contouring Eye Rescue 15ml – worth £95
  • Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Hyaluronic Marine Meltaway Cleanser 150ml – worth £30
  • Dr Sebagh Vitamin C Powder Cream x 1 – worth £15.8
  • Macrene Actives High Performance Neck and Décolletage Treatment 30ml – worth £70.8
  • Decree Day Shield’ SPF30 75ml – worth £75
  • Dr. Barbara Sturm Calming Serum – £30ml – worth £175
  • 111SKIN Sub-Zero De-Puffing Eye Mask x1 – worth £8.12
  • 111SKIN Sub-Zero De-Puffing Energy Facial Mask x1 – worth £17
  • Royal Fern Phytoactive Anti-Oxidative Ampoules 15x2ml – worth £140

Price, Value & Availablity

The new beauty kit released by Net-a-Porter is priced at £85 and it is available exclusively at Net-a-Porter here. The value has not been officially published, but based on my calculations the value of the kit is a whooping £626.72!!! How cool is that?


As you can probably tell already, I love the kit! I love the contents and the value is pretty incredible. Now, my only worry is whether the products are relatively new or not. The products in the Net-a-Porter advent calendar were new, there was nothing wrong with them and I was glad to see that, however in this case, I have no clue. It is a risk and it is up to you to decide whether it is worth taking.

Personally, I am quite tempted by this kit. I am incredibly curious to try the ampoules from Royal Fern. I loved trying their Essence and found the product to be of really high quality. I don’t want that to remain my only product I tried from them, that is for sure. Furthermore, I have been using ampoules from several other brands in recent months and they are quite different from other skincare products. They are more effective, I would say.

Decree is a also a brand that I have high hopes for. They made a good impression when I sampled some of their stuff and ever since I have been looking to try out more. Plus an SPF is always welcomed, especially since it is so hard to find a good one.

Hmm, I don’t know what to tell you about Dr Barbara Sturm. I tried the Glow Drops and I have yet to made up my mind. However, I noticed that there is really a bit of a difference between a travel size and full size product. I am not sure whether this was just my luck or if it is a common thing. Full sized product seemed to work better for me…weird, right?

MZ Skin is a brand that people seem to love, I do not. I had several of their products that I got through HN beauty gifts with purchase and hated every one of them. That could be me (again), but I would be open to try more as who knows? Maybe this is finally the one to make me change my mind. Plus, skin changes over time.

The rest of the products are nothing to frown upon either. The Vitamin C powder from Dr Sebagh is an interesting concept and something easy to travel with. The 111SKIN masks are also very useful. Tempting, like I said 🙂

Grab your Doctors’ Kit here.

What do you think of this new from Net-a-Porter?

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