The Beauty Expert: The Serenity Edit – Available Now!


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Beauty Expert has a new limited edition kit available now!

At Beauty Expert, we believe that when it comes to skincare, everyone can become experts.

Say hello to the Beauty Expert Serenity Edit, housed in a beautiful, keepsake box – brand new for 2020. Find 6 luxurious beauty products inside, curated by the experts, for a collection you won’t want to miss. The perfect gift for someone you love, or as a well-deserved treat for yourself.

The Box: The Beauty Expert: The Serenity Edit

The Cost: $86 + shipping

The Products:

  • Rodial Pink Diamond Magic Night Gel (50ml)
  • ECOOKING Face Scrub (100ml)
  • Korres Meno-Reverse™ White Pine Volumising Serum-in-Moisturiser (40ml)
  • Thisworks Sleep Together Calming Spray (75ml)
  • Gatineau Transforming Cream Cleanser (200ml)
  • Nuxe Reve de Miel Lip Balm – Protect Bees

Are you going to grab a box?

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  1. The value is there, especially if you like trying UK brands that are more challenging to procure than US ones (or at least more cost prohibitive when you figure in shipping from UK)

    The Products:

    Rodial Pink Diamond Magic Night Gel (50ml) $50 RV
    ECOOKING Face Scrub (100ml) $28 RV
    Korres Meno-Reverse™ White Pine Volumising Serum-in-Moisturiser (40ml) $58 RV
    Thisworks Sleep Together Calming Spray (75ml) $34 RV
    Gatineau Transforming Cream Cleanser (200ml) $48 RV
    Nuxe Reve de Miel Lip Balm – Protect Bees $14 RV

    Total RV $232. Savings of 64%

    • I wasn’t commenting on the contents, they look great. They just advertise a keepsake box along with the contents. From the photo it isn’t what I would Call a keepsake

  2. Another “Keepsake” box. Yippee!

    At $86 plus shipping that box better be more than white cardboard advertising their brand.

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