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New Cult Beauty Limited Edition Box – Your Cult Beauty Edit

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cultbeautyCult Beauty has a new limited edition box – Your Cult Beauty Edit!


We’ve created the first customisable beauty box, filled with cult products to suit every skin type, complexion and hair texture – with a phenomenal 30% saving. Yours for £95, we’ve pre-selected three of our most-wanted skin care heroes, and now it’s up to you to customise the box with your choice from an edit of beauty bestsellers.

The Box: Your Cult Beauty Edit

The Cost:  £95.00 or approximately $125.89 USD with free international shipping

The Products:  3 of Cult Beauty’s most-wanted skin care products + 3 beauty bestsellers customized by you

Ships to:  Internationally

The 3 pre-selected products are:

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And your 3 edits are:

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Are you going to try Your Cult Beauty Edit?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. The amazing face balm retails for around $50, the Pixi is $30, the Stila is $24, Becca is $38, the moisturizer is around $40, and the shampoo is $28. That seems like an excellent deal to me for $104, if you use all the products.

  2. Huhh? Way too expensive. Doubt anyone would buy it unless you’re super rich.

  3. Wow. I just bought a bottle of the Pixi toner at Target for $15 last week…so, this is way overpriced for my pocketbook.

    • The one at Target is half the size of the normal, which is $30. They made a smaller size for the American drugstore market. I’m assuming the one in the box is the normal size.

      • Well, it’s more than enough for me and at a price point of $15 instead of blowing a hundred bucks.

        But, to each his own, right?

    • That’s for the half-size, I buy it too! This one is the larger size I’m assuming, which retails for $29.

      • Hello Alexia from Cult Beauty here.

        I hope you don’t mind me popping into this feed to add that if you are buying from the States you don’t have to pay tax, which basically takes off another 20% from the £95 (making this £79 and with the current exchange rate this is a real steal!).

    • How do you like the Pixi toner? I’ve been considering it, but haven’t taken the plunge yet.

      • The very first time I used the Pixi Glow Tonic I received a compliment from a co-worker commenting on how even and “glowing” (her word) my skin looked. After she asked what I had done differently that morning, she actually went to purchase the toner that night, and she’s been using it ever since!

        This box actually appeals to me! But, the only thing that’s keeping me from getting it is the Becca powder. I’m not sure what color I should get, plus anything with shimmer makes me back off a little. Darn!

  4. This seems like a good box I’d like to jump on, but $125 seems a bit too much.

  5. This does seem pricy for what’s actually in the box. I would assume it’s all full sized, atleast? But still seems like there should be more in it at that price point.

  6. Easy pass on this one

  7. Why is it so expensive?

  8. Yeah, $125, or even $104.86, is just too pricey for those items. If it were less, I might jump.

    • Same here.

  9. Just FYI – tax is deducted for countries outside the EU so the box actually comes to £79.17 or $104.86! :o)

  10. $125 US ??!! No thank you. I’m not familiar with several of the products, but still, seems quite overpriced. In fact, several of the items…the Becca, the Stila and the Ouai, I’ve already received in much lower priced boxes or kits. Seems in line with similar boxes that go for $60-$75. At that price, I might jump. I’m a total sucker for special edition beauty boxes and kits, but at $125 this is a very easy pass.

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