OK! magazine is back with another beauty box. This time their launch is a limited edition box dedicated to Christmas. Inside the OK! Christmas Beauty Box you will find a series of goodies form household names that are meant to get you ready for the festivities and to make the colder months more bearable.
Curious? Honestly, so am I.
OK! Christmas Beauty Box Contents
ESPA Overnight Glow Enzyme Peel – travel size – worth £22.50
Percy and Reed Time to Shine Eau My! Shine & Fragrance Spray – full size – worth £12
Doctors Formula Probiotics Repairing Deep Hydration & Repairing Mask – full size – worth £89
Maybelline Sky High Mascara – full size – worth £11.99
Rodial Dragon’s Blood Hyaluronic Drink (facial mist) – travel size – worth £18
Rodial Vit C Brightening Cleansing Pads – 20 pads – worth £20
Warda Skincare Skin Glow Boost Vitamin C Gel Serum – full size – worth £39.99
Warda Skincare Skin Glow Boost Vitamin C Face Moisturizer – full size – worth £44.99
Wild Science Lab Root Therapy Strengthening Treatment Mask – travel size – worth £9
Grace & Stella Pink Eye Mask – worth £0.9
Sassy Wax Met in either Christmas Dreams or French Lavender – worth £3.50
Plus a voucher to redeem four OK! Magazines and a luxury drawstring bag to house all the above items.
Price and Value
Grab your OK! Christmas Beauty Box today for £50 (saving you over £230 on the RRP!). Yes, that is right. The beauty box is worth over £280.
You’ll also get FREE delivery.
Okay, this box took a while until I started thinking that perhaps it is actually worth it. The start was quite slow, no?
Don’t get me wrong, Percy and Reed is rather great at haircare but their fragrance mists are meh. They do not smell remotely interesting and definitely would not want to have my hair smelling like any of the mists from them I tried in the past. They should have created one such mist that has the scent of their haircare line which is fabulous – both the products themselves but also the fragrances of those products.
Things picked up after that point only to be met with weird and it’s dangerous marketing. Rodial, you should know better than to name a product Dragon Blood Hyaluronic Drink. What if someone were to skip the label and chuck it in all in one go? There used to be some kind of Hyaluronic drinks from Deciem a while ago that were then discontinued so it is not that far fetched for someone to mistake this facial mist for a drinkable product. It just bothered me…
In terms of brand names and products, they did get better at this point down the list. The box became interesting however this is definitely not a box that covers all your bases during the colder months. I would not use all of these products together especially with so many Vitamin C based products. Maybe experts would contradict me, most likely, but to me it seems like too many vitamin C products included in this box. However, if you were to use them separately and keep them unopened then it makes way more sense and in this case there is definitely value in getting the box.
Overall, I do have mixed feeling about the box but the value is there and you do get to try out products that maybe you would not necessarily purchase on their own and all this at an advantageous price.
What do you think of the OK! Christmas Beauty Box?
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