I am a bit late with today’s post. I know, however to be honest I did consider skipping today given everything that has happened. It feels a bit off to be talking about beauty on this day.
On the other hand (okay, not on the other hand as” in comparison” – it cannot even compare), I have been posting daily since the first day of this year and I know that skipping one day leads to two days and then more. I don’t want to do that. Not only did I beat a record, but this keeps me focus and gives me an opportunity to engage with you more often. Being here with you is one of the highlights of my day. Anyway, so for today’s post, I decided to share with you a new beauty offer from Liberty of London.
Speaking of Liberty, I just got my first international delivery from Liberty ever and the first international order from the UK straight from a retailer since Brexit. All good. I was so excited when I finally got it. I had my doubts due to the lengthy processed put in place by DHL when it comes to customs clearance.
Okay, so let’s get back to today’s topic. I am sure you are already familiar with Liberty’s beauty boxes and even with today’s box (in a way). Liberty decided to bring back their last beauty box – the Five Minutes’ Peace Beauty Kit, however is a slightly different format. Have a look below to find out more.
Five Minutes’ Peace Beauty Kit Contents
Aurelia Probiotic Skincare Miracle Cleanser 120ml
Margaret Dabbs London Intensive Hydrating Foot Lotion 75ml
Spacemasks Individual Spacemask, Dr Sebagh Platinum Gold Elixir 5ml Travel Size
Aromatherapy Associates Renewing Rose Hydrating Body Gel 40ml
NEOM Organics Calming Hand Balm 30ml
Augustinus Bader The Rich Cream 15ml
Kalmar Joy Jubilation Foaming Polish 200ml
Liberty Lee Manor Print Wash Bag
Price and Value
The new beauty kit from Liberty is priced in line with previous editions. The beauty kit is priced at £65, but it has a value of £276.
The Five Minutes’ Peace Beauty Kit is available for purchase here.
Despite there having been several such beauty kits, and even some with this specific thematic, I have to say that this is one of my favourite ones. At first sight, it might not seem like much, not compared with the others. It is like the underdog somehow of the beauty kits released by Liberty and yet, I am a sucker for the underdogs. I root for them like I do for this kit. It took me a bit by surprise and maybe a long and tiring week made me a bit more biased than usual and I am in dire need of some TLC, of some self-care and this beauty kit is meant to provide just that.
I haven’t used many of the products included in this beauty kit. I used three of them, if I can even say that. One of them – the Aurelia Cleanser I feel I have not used enough to talk about which is why I am a bit unsure whether I can say that I used three products rather than two. It is a good product though, at least my first impressions were good. Now, about the two products I used more often. One of them is the Augustinus Bader Rich Cream. The celebrity endorsed cream is pretty nice and it is effective as well. My skin looks significantly better each time I use it, however for those with oily skin such as myself it might not work all the time or it might come across as a bit too thick. It really depends on the day. Sometimes I like it while other days, I wish I had used something lighter. However, despite the cream being effective, it is not as stable IMO. The cream does not last once opened. Sure, it has a short shelf-life, fact that is depicted on the jar, but I feel that for once, the expiration date is a bit overestimated. I have gone though several jars and bottles of the cream as well as other products from the brand…Have you had any issues with AB? Otherwise, the cream is pretty good.
Another product that I reach for quite often and that is included in this beauty kit are the Spacemasks. Spacemasks are the one product every single person who sits in front of screen needs. They work like magic on eye strain. A full review is available here.
The rest of the products are new to me as well. However, I have tried something from each of the brands. Margaret Dabbs is a pretty okay brand. It takes some getting use to though and the scent of their products is not everyone’s cup of tea. Mine isn’t, but the products do help so I am trying to use them whenever I remember. I am not even going to get into how Dr Sebagh rocks. The brand is incredible and their HA serum is out of this world. It changed the appearance of my pores in a way that no other products managed. As for Neom, well, also not my cup of tea, but the quality of their products is pretty good. I don’t really have a thing for herbal like scents. I mean, there are a few I like, but most I do not. That leaves Kalmar whose products are of high quality and just a joy to use. They provide a beautiful sensorial experience.
Overall, like I said, it does not make huge sense for me to like this beauty kit, but I do. I really do like it and I like it more than previous editions. How about you?
Grab the Five Minutes’ Peace Beauty Kit here.
What do you think of this new beauty kit from Liberty?
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