Selfridges Project Earth Beauty Bundle worth £300 – out now

Look who is back! The Project Earth beauty bundle from Selfridges is back. It has been quite some time since we have last seen one of these, hasn’t it? I, for one, am glad to see the beauty bundle make another appliance and just in time for Christmas. I am sure you are too, especially if you are into beauty brands that are kinder to the planer. There are just not enough of these offerings out there…

Selfridges Project Earth Beauty Bundle Contents

Aveda Sap Moss™ shampoo 100ml

Aveda Sap Moss™ conditioner 100ml

Biossance Squalane + Glycolic Renewal facial 30ml

Face Halo Original make-up remover single packs

Indie Lee COQ-10 toner 30ml

Khali Min Rescue oil 30ml

La Bouche Rouge Masacra in shade Le Sérum Noir 6g

Lixir Skin Vitamin C paste 30ml

Milk Makeup Mini Hydro Grip primer 10ml

Nudestix Magnetic Matte eye colour 208g

Pai The Impossible Glow bronzing drops 10ml

Philip Kingsley Blond Builder Restructurinf treatment 40ml

REN Skincare Perfect Canvas Clean primer 30ml

Sana Jardin Sandalwood Temple eau de parfum 5ml

Tata Harper Clarifying cleanser 15ml

Sunday Riley Juno Antioxidant + Superfood face oil 15ml

Price and Value

The new Project Earth Beauty Bundle from the luxury department store Selfridges is priced at £75 and has a reported value of around £300.

The beauty bundle is available for purchase exclusively here.


It seems that these days I am lost for words or perhaps it has been too long since I have shared my thoughts on here. I know, I know. I posted this morning about the SpaceNK beauty gift with purchase, but I have been taking longer breaks than usual and I feel out of practice. Oh, where are you personality spark?

Seriously now, this beauty kit is pretty cute. Don’t you think? It does not make me go “wow” or anything of the sort, but it is a cute option. However, can we mention the fact that the brands we see in this sort of bundles are pretty much the same ones every single time? Are there really no other brands out there or other willing to subsidise or make deals for such projects? Assuming that indeed these beauty bundles are created in collaboration with some of the brands included – as in the retailer getting better deals for a specific quantity of products they then include in these special offers.

I have no hate towards any of the brands included here though. They are all pretty great. While I cannot comment son the products themselves, I can indeed tell you that the brands included usually come out with high quality products. Some of the products these brands released were not amazing, but the quality was there so chances are that the above products won’t disappoint (much).

Overall, I am happy to see that the beauty bundle created for this Project Earth scheme is back. I know that the previous one did not sell all that well since it still in stock to this day (check it out here), but initiatives such as this one are needed.

What do you think about the latest version of the Project Earth beauty bundle?

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