Liberty of London is back with a series of beauty edits called “skincare reset kits”. These new kits were carefully curated by Liberty’s beauty team and they each target a specific skincare concern.
Not only do these kits aim to help the buyers achieve a certain result or deal with a specific skincare concern but they also represents a great opportunity to save some money off the retail price of the items included in each kit.
Curious? Keep on reading 🙃
Skincare Reset Hyperpigmentation Skin Kit – Buy Here
Skincare Reset Hyperpigmentation Skin Kit includes:
- Sunday Riley C.E.O Glow Vitamin C and Turmeric Face Oil 15ml
- Ultra Violette Clean Screen SPF 30 Fragrance Free Weightless Gel SKINSCREEN 50ml
- Zelens Glacier Foam Renewing Cleanser 150ml
- QMS Medicosmetics Even Tone Day and Night Serum 30ml
- Liberty print washbag.
The Skincare Reset Hyperpigmentation Skin Kit is worth £269 but priced at £55 this this Kit representing a £214 saving.
Skincare Reset Sensitive Skin Kit – Buy Here
Skincare Reset Sensitive Skin Kit includes:
- REN Clean Skincare Evercalm Gentle Cleansing Milk 150ml
- QMS Medicosmetics Hydrating Boost Tonic Mist 200ml
- Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Ultra Gentle Peel x 3 Applications
- Kate Somerville Delik8 Recovery Cream 15ml
- Liberty print washbag
The Skincare Kit For sensitive skin is worth worth £150 but priced at £50.
Skincare Reset Breakout Skin Kit – Buy Here
Skincare Reset Breakout Skin Kit includes
- Kate Somerville EradiKate Blemish Treatment 30ml
- Paula’s Choice Clear Cleanser 177ml
- Zelens PHA+ Resurfacing Essence 100ml
- REN Clean Skincare Clearcalm Replenishing Gel Cream 50ml
- Liberty print washbag
The Skincare kit For breakout skin is worth £146 but is priced at £50.
Before exposing my option in the kits overall, I wanted to share a few thoughts about the products that I have tried from these kits.
If you’re looking for an effective yet gentle daily peel that can transform your sensitive and dehydrated skin, the Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Ultra Gentle Daily Peel is definitely worth trying. This two-step peel treatment features a blend of hydroxy acids, willow bark extract, and antioxidants that work together to exfoliate, nourish, and soothe your skin without causing any irritation. With consistent use, you’ll notice a brighter, smoother, and more even complexion, as well as reduced signs of fine lines and enlarged pores.
While the kit comes with only 3 such peel treatments, these should be enough to determine whether they are worth the investment and most importantly whether your skin can handle them. They should be fine but better try them before spending a small fortune on the full size product. These are really, really nice and convenient! Personally, I find the peels from Dr Dennis Gross to be some of the most incredible exfoliating products out there. These ones that were created for more sensitive skin types are my favs out of the two :). Hope you will enjoy them as much as I do!
The Kate Somerville EradiKate Blemish Treatment is a highly effective acne treatment that is formulated with the maximum allowed level of sulfur (10%) to fight blemishes, control oil and reduce redness quickly. However, it is important to be cautious when handling the bottle to avoid mixing both substances by turning it too much. With regular use, this treatment can help clear existing pimples and prevent future breakouts. It’s no wonder that customers rave about it.
The Kate Somerville ErdiKate Blemish Treatment is overall not just an effective but also a rather convenient treatment. It comes in a small bottle which is easy to store and grab when you need it but caution is required as you can easily ruin the product. I have been there so I know what I am talking about. Rookie mistake! Using a cotton swap you can easily insert it into the bottle down until you reach the pink but and swab some of the good stuff and then apply it on the spot you are trying to get rid of.
The treatment from Kate Somerville is quite drying though so you do not want to over do it. But it does work.
These two products I mentioned above are the only ones I have used from these new kits by Liberty of London. However, I have used products from the other brands as well with the exception of Ultra Violet and had good results with most. The only one that does not seem to want to work on me is Sunday Riley, but that could be just me as most people do seem to rave about the brand.
What I am most excited about in these kits are the QMS products. This is a brand that not many retailers carry but each time I got to try something from them though Liberty’s offerings I was impressed. It is such an underrated brand! The products from QMS usually left my skin hydrated and velvety soft so I do have high hopes for them!
Overall, the kits are cute and well put together. It shows that experienced people curated these kits with specific skincare concerns in mind. If you are trying to solve any of the issues that these kits are targeting then these kits may turn out to be a great investment. I do recommend them!
What do you think about the reset skincare kits from Liberty?
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