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Caroline Hirons Spring Kits Available Now + Full Spoilers

Caroline Hirons' Spring Kit 1

Caroline Hirons’ Spring Kit 1

Caroline Hirons’ Spring Kits have arrived (thanks for the heads up, Luna!).

The Spring Kit One (£160.00), which is suitable for normal, combination and dehydrated skins, includes:

  • REN Clean Skincare – Clarifying Clay Cleanser, 150ml
  • Sunday Riley – Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment, 30ml
  • Beauty Pie – Super Retinol Anti-Wrinkle Eye Cream, 15ml
  • Medik8 – Hydra8 B5 Intense, 30ml
  • Pestle & Mortar – Hydrate Lightweight Moisturiser, 50ml
  • Charlotte Tilbury – Goddess Skin Clay Mask, 75ml

All products in the Spring Kit One are worth a value of £335.50.

Caroline Hirons' Spring Kit 2

Caroline Hirons’ Spring Kit 2

The Spring Kit Two (£180.00), which is made for  normal, dehydrated and mature skin, includes:

  • REN Clean Skincare – Evercalm™ Gentle Cleansing Milk, 150ml
  • Sunday Riley – Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment, 30ml
  • Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare – B3Adaptive Superfoods™ Stress SOS Eye Cream™, 15ml
  • StriVectin – Peptight™ Tightening & Brightening Face Serum, 50ml
  • Zelens – Emulsion D Fortifying Moisturiser, 50ml
  • Elemis – Herbal Lavender Repair Mask, 75ml

All products in the Spring Kit Two are worth a value of £377.50.

Caroline Hirons is an advanced aesthetician, beauty and lifestyle expert. She wrote of the new releases:

Every time I introduce a new Kit, it feels like five minutes has passed since the last. January was the longest month in living memory, but February through to April appears to have been on fast forward – thankfully! 

As I write, in the UK beauty and hair are starting to open their doors (albeit with disparity in some areas), we can see friends outside in this intermittent snow/sun/who knows weather, the vaccination rollout has hit those in their 40s and each day feels a little bit brighter. As we meet each milestone, hope is replaced with excitement and I cannot wait to get going with all of the things we had planned before the world flipped upside down.

Business-wise, the last three months have been crazy after the almighty ‘learning’ that was the Winter Kit. Technology has been our overriding focus and facilitating demand is the core of what we’ve since built. From Kits to all things new (keep your eye on @skinrocks), I give you my word we are ready.

As we start to step outside (quite literally) our skin will need extra support as we reengage with normal life. This year’s Spring Kits have been put together with hydration at the core and are split between normal/combination/dehydrated and normal/dry/mature. The difference between the Kits in terms of suitability for your skin is subtle; both are suitable for all skin types, so please go with your preference. To highlight the importance of SPF we have partnered with Space NK to allow you to choose the most suitable product for your skin type and concern – details on the partnership and the offer available can be found at the end of the downloadable How To’s.

This time we are thrilled to also be donating to the British Skin Foundation. It sees first-hand the impact of not protecting your skin from the sun, and uses its funding to pioneer research into skin diseases, including skin cancer.

The Eve Appeal, like so many charities, has struggled through the pandemic and, with so many women putting off seeing their GP, has seen increased pressure on the invaluable ‘Ask Eve’ nurse service. Your Spring Kit comes with a keyring on the bag to serve as a reminder to all to check those niggly, ‘that doesn’t seem right’ things out. And to book your smear tests. Please.

A huge thank you to TwelveNYC for providing the keyring.

I am beyond proud of the Beauty Backed campaign’s elevation into Trust status. For years we have been talking about a support system for the industry that goes from ground level supplies in times of need, through to full-scale scholarships, training and grants. We have so much to do, but with THE Team and the Trustees, so much will be achieved. We are committed to backing the industry we love, so watch this space.

Written by MSA


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Comments (13)

  1. Wow. I hate to be the negative one here but this box doesn’t even remotely impress me. I expected much more from Caroline Hirons. I already have just about every product from both kits just from other boxes, for a lot less.

  2. I nabbed myself a Kit 2. I’m a regular user of the Good Genes lactic so it will be fun to try the Glycolic and compare. I’ve never gone wrong with anything from Strivectin or Dr Dennis. I’ve tried the Ren before and love it & I’ve wanted to try Zelens for a while, so this was a no brainer for me with free shipping and no VAT, I also love the bright pink bag.

    Alas, it seems like my TJ Maxx is not as bountiful as some others. I occasionally find a tube of Strivectin Intensive Concentrate but that’s about it.

  3. In case anyone wanted a kit and see they’re now both sold out, CH will be releasing a 2nd round of kits at 12am PST tonight.

    • I missed the live and everything. I am usually much more prepared for this release…I saw earlier on here but couldn’t decide #1 or #2…

      • Hi Tanya! Did you get one? 🙂 I see kit 2 is sold out, but kit 1 looks to still be available 🙂

  4. I think I might try finding some Dr. Dennis Gross items in a whole package in and of itself. I believe SkinStore had that some months back. And if they don’t, maybe I’ll create my own package of his stuff. Lol. I don’t feel wowed by this.

  5. FYI: The prices include VAT, so the prices will be (I included a value breakdown as well):

    Kit 1 – £133/$185 (after VAT is removed)

    Ren Clean Skincare – Clarifying Clay Cleanser, 150ml – $34 value
    Sunday Riley – Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment, 30ml, Limited Edition Camo Packaging – $85 value
    Beauty Pie – Super Retinol Anti-Wrinkle Eye Cream, 15ml – $70 if non-member or $9.72 if member
    Medik8 – Hydra8 B5 Intense, 30ml – $69 value
    Pestle & Mortar – Hydrate Lightweight Moisturiser, 50ml – $66 value
    Charlotte Tilbury – Goddess Skin Clay Mask, 75ml – $55 value

    Total value: $379 (including non-member Beauty Pie price; a 51% savings)

    Kit 2 – £150/$208 (after VAT is removed) (goes live at 12am PST; good for normal/dehydrated skin)

    REN Clean Skincare – Evercalm™ Gentle Cleansing Milk, 150ml – $34 value
    Sunday Riley – Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment, 30ml, Limited Edition Camo Packaging – $85 value
    Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare – B3Adaptive Superfoods Stress SOS Eye Cream, 15ml – $65 value
    StriVectin – Peptight™ Tigthening & Brightening Face Serum, 50ml – $99 value
    Zelens – Emulsion D Fortifying Moisturiser, 50ml – $93 value
    Elemis – Herbal Lavender Repair Mask, 75ml – $50 value

    Total value: $426 (a 51% savings)

    • Ignore my comment about Kit 2 going live at 12am… I posted that somewhere else based on how one of CH’s posts read, but I guess I mis-interpreted it since both kits are now live. I meant to delete it. 🙂

  6. I got all kits from CH, every single kit was absolutely amazing. BUT spring 2021 is NO WAY for me.
    I understand some of her kits had much higher price and it was sold out in a day or two, they probably were looking for better price but half of that products I can get at Marshall’s with better price.
    I was waiting for this kit since April and little bit disappointed. I just hope that in 3 month we will see something better 🙂

    • Yeah, the only thing that temps me is the SR. But not at that price lol. I’ll go for the cult beauty one over this. Bummer.

    • Oooh, your Marshalls sounds nice! I think the only thing out of the kits I’ve ever seen at my surrounding Marshalls (or TJ Maxx’s) is the REN cleansing milk… but I get a few hidden gems from them every once in a while, so I can’t complain. 🙂 I’m so glad they didn’t charge for shipping this time. I just hope they can figure out a way to not charge for shipping on her monthly boxes. The shipping on her first monthly box pretty much ate up all of the savings in the box which I know prevented a lot of people from getting it (myself included). I also already can’t wait to see what her next kit brings in 3 months! 😀

      • I live in Delaware and our Marshall’s are stock with good products, I go there on Wednesday when they “upgrade” shelves. I always check for exp date and seal. When I found omorovica hydration mist for 16.99 and supergoop spf for eyes 9.99 I understood that I don’t want to overpay for that products anymore 😁 I also admit that sometimes skinstore, lookfantastic and allbeauty has better deals that US, I prefer to order most of products from UK, it takes about a week to come here and I save a good amount of $$. Welcome to delaware, we also have tax free state, triple savings 😁

      • Nice! 🙂 On occasion I get tax-free shopping online, and I’ll take it! lol. I also got that Supergoop eye cream too! It was too good to pass up. 🙂 The latest little treasures I’ve found at my local Marshall’s is some AlphaH products… I got a cleanser for $6.99 and a moisturizer for $9.99… score! I think they’re there because the brand is changing up their packaging. I love it when they do that.. old packaging at a nice discount is very much welcomed by me. 😀

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