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Details of the CH Spring Kit Skincare Collection by Caroline Hirons will be updated here soon.
So many of the readers here are real luxury bargain hunters (yes I’m looking at you!), so I knew I had to feature this skincare collection from Caroline Hirons.
This time the kit is available in two versions – one is £160 for normal – combination skin, and the other £150 for mature, sensitive or angry skin.
Kit 1 contains 7 products and has a retail value of £354.00, a saving of around 55%.
Kit 2 contains 6 products and has a retail value of £331.00, a saving of around 55%.
As with the Winter Kits it is one kit per transaction, and there is a larger restricted country list due to Covid-19. You will find everything on the site at the time of launch because the list is constantly changing and I want it to be as up-to-date as possible.
Free shipping UK and Ireland.
The Winter Kit for Reference:
- CH neon yellow cosmetics case
- Emma Hardie Moringa Balm Cleanser 50ml
- Beauty Pie Japanfusion Cleanser 100ml
- Kate Somerville Liquid Exfolikate 120ml
- Josh Rosebrook Hydrating Accelerator 60ml
- Pestle & Mortar Recover Eye Cream 15ml
- Indeed Labs Hydraluron 50ml
- Alpha-H Vitamin B Copper Peptide 25ml
- Zelens Power D Treatment Drops 10ml
- Murad Hydro-Dynamic Ultimate Moisture 50ml
- Pixi Retinol Tonic 100ml
- Medik8 Crystal Retinal 3 30ml
- OSKIA Bedtime Beauty Boost 50ml
The cleansing selection is excellent. I love the Emma Hardie balm cleanser and this 50ml comes with the cleansing cloth too. Also, the Japanfusion cleanser is one of the few skincare products I have tried from Beauty Pie (not sure why) and it’s so good. I am happy to have another one and it’s quite unique to have a Beauty Pie product in a collection like this. Normally, you can only get Beauty Pie from Beauty Pie!!
As you move through the routine there’s another of my favourites – the Liquid Exfolikate from Kate Somerville. When this launched back in January I yelped, because I love the original Exfolikate, and this one is even easier to use and suitable for even more sensitive skins. If you love an acid, you’ll love this.
There are quite a few products I haven’t tried yet, like the Alpha-H and the Zelens, but I am keen to. The Zelens, by the way, is pretty special because it’s a very pricey product. So Dr Lens made a smaller size of the Power D Treatment Drops so that it could be included in the kit and it would still be affordable. Zelens now sell the 10mls in a trio.
It’s great to see Hydraluron from Indeed Labs in there. It was one of the first products that really put Hyaluronic Acid in the spotlight for many people, and none of us have stopped going on about that ingredient since!!
Where to buy the Kit
Check out https://carolinehirons.store/ for all the info.
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