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Cult Beauty The Blemish Edit Coming Soon

Cult Beauty The Blemish

Cult Beauty has a brand new skincare curation coming soon.

The Blemish Edit will include a seven-product skin-clearing routine:

  • HUM Nutrition Daily Cleanse (full size)
  • The Ordinary Niacinamide Powder (full size)
  • Glow Recipe Pineapple-C Bright Serum (full size)
  • 111 Skin Anti Blemish Biocellulose Facial Mask (full size)
  • Peace Out Acne Dots (10 dots)
  • Herbivore Lapis Balancing Facial Oil (travel size)
  • Omorovicza Silver Skin Saviour (travel size)

The Blemish Edit costs £35/€40.25, which is $48.39 in USD.

Here’s how Cult Beauty describes the collection:

Leaving no stone unturned on our quest to discover the grooming world’s latest and greatest, we trawl the globe to curate our incredible edit of results-driven heroes. Housed in a luxe gift box that unites 7 pore-purging heroes, The Blemish Edit boasts an array of potent, results-driven must-haves, from a fan favourite cleanser to an A-List-approved targeted treatments, for just £35/€40.25 – yes, we’re treating you to a saving of 75%! Gifting (or treating yourself!) has never been so easy

Interested? You can sign up here to join the waitlist and be notified when this box becomes available.

The Cult Beauty Box is expertly curated by beauty gurus, and represents a unique opportunity to discover some stunning skin care must-haves. Want to learn more about Cult Beauty? Read our reviews here.

Thanks for the heads up, Luna!

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Comments (8)

  1. Thank you for letting us know!
    Linda- I’m almost 50 & you’d think I’d be done with pimples? No!
    With the number of subscriptions I have I’m surprised I have not tried the Herbivore or the Glo recipe yet.
    I think I’ve tried ALL pimple patches there are & when I remember (hard to do when you open several at once & throw away packaging) which brand I liked the most I’ll share.

    • Pimple patches are essentially all the same. In terms of their make up- they’re all hydrocolloid patches. So they’ll work the same, some are just thinner, or shaped like stars, for example. The cos-rx are cheap and come with a lot in the box and work great.
      But You have to understand the cause of your breakouts to best attack them. The pimple patches don’t decrease the amount of pimples or prevent them, they just keep your fingers and debris from touching them and infecting. They also help heal the irritation so pimple hopefully goes away faster. Just wanted to make sure you know so you don’t waste your money on something that maybe isn’t exactly what you want/need and also give you some other idea that will help.
      Instead of pimple patches, it would be good to focus on barrier repair 1 day and actives like AHA’s and retinoids the next. Differin (over the counter now) is what a derm prescribed me after Accutane 15 yrs ago to prevent breakouts. Been on it ever since, but occasionally I use stronger retinoids when I’m feeling really crazy haha… But honestly, Salicylic acid soap or toner, differin, moisturizer and spf is a great start and prob a lot cheaper than this box.

      • I was originally very excited about this box but on rehearing this practical advice I realized i should just stick to my practical regimen of differin, benzyl peroxide, and salicylic acid cleanser and sunscreen. I have those things you mentioned my error is not being consistent with them! Me Buying more products will surely not aid in consistency. Thanks

  2. This looks like a solid box! It’s very tempting…

  3. I would only be interested in the acne dots, but I buy the CosRx ones on the cheap and they work for me. You’d think that turning 40 later this year would stop the occasional blemish, but no…. Lol. By the way, Moody Sisters Skincare has a Blemish Serum that I buy occasionally that comes in a rollerball style and it’s made in America by two sisters (small, indie company). I highly recommend that Blemish Serum.

  4. This looks great, I’ll definitely be ordering one when it comes out. The Ordinary Niacinamide Powder is an HG product for me and it lasts forever since you only use 1/4 a scoop every time. Im excited to try everything else in the box. I love anything Glow Recipe and have been wanting to try the Pineapple Serum for a while now.

    • How do you use the powder? I want to get one of these for my son but I also want some of these too lol. So I may get us each one. I love anything Omorovicza and my skin loves that lapis oil and I’ve yet to try that glow recipe product. Not that I need it all but I mean at that price I just might.

      • You mix it with a water based serum or moisturizer. I mix it with The Ordinary’s Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 Serum and it works beautifully. You can use any water based serum or moisturizer though, it doesn’t have to be from The Ordinary. Im excited for this box, I’ve been wanting to try the Lapis Oil for a while as well as the Glow Recipe Pineapple Serum

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