Cult Beauty is back with its first beauty gift with purchase of the year. The Skincare Discovery Kit is a luxurious six-piece set of transformative formulas that is supposed to help you elevate your skincare routine. To find out more about this new beauty kit, keep on reading.
Cult Beauty The Skincare Discovery Kit Contents
- Dr Barbara Sturm – Face Cream Rich, 20ml – Deluxe size
- The Inkey List – Retinol Serum, 30ml – Full size
- Medik8 – Surface Radiance Cleanse, 40ml – Deluxe size
- Sunday Riley – Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment, 5ml – Deluxe size
- Drunk Elephant – Ceramighty Eye Balm, 5ml – Deluxe size
- Youth to the People – Superclay Purify + Clear Power Mask, 5ml – Deluxe Size
Cult Beauty The Skincare Discovery Kit Price and Value
The Cult Beauty Skincare Discovery Kit comes with a retail value of £125, however, this is a gift with purchase and as such you can get it for FREE when you spend at least £75 on skincare products from CB.
Whether you’re a skincare novice or a seasoned pro, the Cult Beauty The Skincare Discovery Kit is sure to appeal to many of you, at least in terms of content and for good reason.
The contents of the kit are really good, but vert few indeed.
Dr. Barbara Sturm’s Face Cream Rich is a luxurious moisturizer that is perfect for dry and sensitive skin. It has a thick, velvety texture that absorbs quickly and leaves the skin feeling soft and hydrated. Weirdly enough, it worked quite well on my oily skin as well, particularly during the colder months. It also has a pleasant scent that makes it enjoyable to use. Overall, this face cream is an excellent choice for anyone looking for an effective moisturizer. However, and yes, this is entirely needed, the moisturiser did not feel like anything other than an ordinary cream to me. It was a good product of course, but nothing special in any way. This is a great opportunity to try it, if you have not already.
The Inkey List Retinol Serum is an anti-ageing serum that helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with less risk of irritation. Derived from Vitamin A, this slow-release serum is designed to promote a smoother, more radiant complexion. The texture of these serums is quite nice, but once again, I cannot say that this is a product that I am obsessed with. It feels nice on the skin overall and did not cause me any irritation, but I did not feel or see any spectacular results from using it.
The rest of the products, I have no tried but the brands they are from are brands that are worth checking out. However, I am sure you already know this!
This brings me back to the number of items included in the Skincare Discovery Kit. The number is very low and it is understandable to be disappointed. I am a bit let down as well. I know that not the number but rather the quality should matter, however these beauty gifts with purchase are all about trying out new stuff without the commitment, that is how I see them at least.
Value-wise, this kit from Cult Beauty makes sense. You get to choose products you want for about £75 and get an extra £125 worth of products on top. That is a no brianer. Compared to the only other gift with purchase from Niche Beauty that I showcased on this blog this year until now,. this is a much better deal and makes more sense. However, at the same time, the amount, type and exact products you get on top of your purchase is what should be the deciding factor.
In conclusion, this kit from Cult Beauty is a good way to get started on your skincare journey, or just try out some new products without having to commit and invest a lot of money. The price you pay for it is fair enough in terms of value but the number of items included could have been higher.
What do you think of the Skincare Discovery Kit from Cult Beauty?
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