Tatler Expert’s Edit Beauty Box – worth over £605

It is finally here. Not the box, but the post. Okay, the box as well, however I was actually talking about the post. I keep mentioning this beauty offer for the past two days, but got sidetracked a little bit. You probably all know about it by now, but just in case some you missed it, here are the details on the new Tatler Expert’s Edit Beauty Box.

Tatler Expert’s Beauty Box Contents

  • Dr Barbara Sturm Lifting Serum (10 ml) RRP £85
  • Dr Nina Bal Face Sculpt Serum (30 ml) RRP £120
  • Dr Prager Urban Protect Night Oil (30 ml) RRP £90
  • Dr Rita Rakus Lip Plumper (3 ml) RRP £35
  • Dr Sam’s Flawless Cleanser (50ml) RRP £8
  • Dr Sebagh Vitamin C Brightening Primer SPF 15 (40ml) RRP £55
  • Goldfaden MD Hands to Heart (20ml) RRP £20
  • Murad Replenishing Multi-Acid Peel (100ml) RRP £49 
  • MZ Skin Hydra Bright Gold Eye Mask (3g) RRP £17
  • Royal Fern  Phytoactive Illuminating Ampoules (2ml) RRP £10
  • Sisley Lyslait Cleansing Milk (30ml) RRP £10
  • Skinade Targeted Solutions Derma Defense A & D Boost (x2 15ml) RRP £6
  • Verso Daily Facial Fluid (50ml) RRP £80 
  • 111Skin Y Theorem Bio Cellulose Facial Mask(23ml) RRP £20
  • 12 Month Digital Subscription to Tatler £12

Price and Value

The beauty box from Tatler is priced at £120 and has a value of £605+. The box is available for purchase exclusive here.

The box is UK only.


Honestly, from the moment I got the launch info in my inbox I was like “wow”. It has been a while since I have seen something that actually impressed me, truly impressed me even a little bit. This it it. This is what I have been looking for the past several months. I love how this beauty box screams luxury and includes are incredible brands such as Dr Sebagh, Royal Fern and more. However, what I do like the most is that the products included here are pretty unfamiliar to me. The only product I used from this is the Sisley Cleansing Milk which I still cannot believe exists anymore. I though we left such products in the 2000s. Otherwise, I have high hopes for this beauty box and hope that many of you will be able to grab one.

I am tempted to place my first order over the tax free threshold just to get this box as even with additional taxes and the third party forwarding service it would still be worth it given the price/value ratio. Decisions, decisions.

Overall, yes, I would totally go for this one.

What do you think of the newest beauty box from Tatler?

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  1. o

    I soooo would like this one, it reminds me of the luxury beauty advent calendars. The previous edit spoke to me as well, but the forever overflowing stash and an excel spreadsheet where I collected all my stash info are an efficient shopping curbing tool. Maybe in time for the next edit I would actually need something or have room to buy more stuff (unlikely…). I even have the same Verso cream from last nyear’s Cohorted calendar (don’t recommend Cohorted calendar experience)
    It’s funny that over half of the edit are brands starting with “Dr”, I guess that’s the highest shelf

    1. Nana

      This was a lovely edit indeed. I am also quite tempted but the whole forwarding parcels ever since Brexit is horrible. Like you said, an overflowing stash…. makes me think twice. Good tip about Cohorted!

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