The No7 Laboratories Dark Spot Correcting Booster Serum is usualy £34.95 – but this deal makes it even cheaper than £10 Tuesday
Boots has slashed the price of a popular beauty box that contains over £140 worth of winter skincare essentials. The Boots Winter Skincare Edit gift set was originally £29.99 – but there’s a way shoppers can get it for £15 this January.
The haul features 10 skincare saviours designed to rescue skin left feeling dry, irritated and dull by the recent weather, seven of which are full-sized.
Inside, customers can find everything you need for a much-needed pamper, from replenishing cleansers and hydrating serums to lip balms and body moisturisers, many from brands we all know and love, such as No7, Bioderma and La Roche Posay
One of the products inside the box is worth more than the box itself – the No7 Laboratories Dark Spot Correcting Booster Serum is usually £34.95 alone – meaning the remaining nine products are essentially free, and come with some pretty impressive price tags themselves. The Bioderma Sensibio Defensive Serum is worth £28 at full price.
Also worth over £20 is the Neutrogena Retinol Boost Eye Cream, while the La Roche-Posay Niacinamide B10 Serum is worth £15 based on the full sized version being £45. The box gives customers a chance to trial skincare products they may not necessarily have wanted to fork out for, before they commit to a full-size bottle.
So – how to get it for less? It’s actually really easy. Shoppers will have to spend £25 across selected skincare online in order to redeem the skincare edit for a lower price. It means for £40, shoppers can get £around £165 worth of skincare, which is certain to keep the bathroom cupboard well stocked for a few months. And if you’re particularly savvy, some of the brands included in the deal have extra bonuses, such as triple advantage card points.
Here’s the full contents of Boots’ Winter Skincare Edit:
La Roche-Posay Niacinamide B10 Serum 10ml – worth £15
Thayers Hydrating Alcohol-free Facial Toners 355ml – FULL SIZE – worth £14.99
Cetraben Pro Hydrate Five Hydrating Skin Saviour Cream 75ml – FULL SIZE – worth £9.49
Bioderma Sensibio Defensive Serum 30ml – FULL SIZE – worth £28
Neutrogena Retinol Boost Eye Cream 15ml – FULL SIZE – worth £23.99
Burt’s Bees Beeswax Lip Balm 4.25g – FULL SIZE – worth £4.29
Simple Replenishing Cream Cleanser with 11% Ceramide Boosters & Hyaluronic Acid 230ml – FULL SIZE – worth £8
No7 Laboratories Dark Spot Correcting Booster Serum 15ml – FULL SIZE – £34.95
Cetaphil skin cleanser 29ml – worth £6
Superfacialist Vitamin C+ Skin Renew Cleansing Oil 2ml – sample
Boots say the box is worth £138, but to our calculations the Winter Skincare Edit has a value more like £144. It’s even received a 4.7 star rating from shoppers, who praised its value and variety. One said: “I got mine for £15 after spending £25 on other products from boots and all I can say is; it’s a steal. So glad I bought it.”
“This is great containing all of your basics,” wrote a second. “The LRP Niacinamide has to be the star for me. No sub-par items in a decent bag. Very tempted to buy another at this price.”
However some people hoped for more No7 products inside, adding: “For some reason I was expecting the bag to contain products from Boots No. 7 range which I use. Instead I received a complete mixture of products from other worldwide companies and just one item from No.7 for Dark Spot Correcting! Disappointed.”
The Boots Winter Skincare Edit is among the best money-saving beauty boxes you can bag this month, which you can find here. Some of the other money-saving beauty deals we’ve happened across this month include the Trending Beauty Edit Vol 1 from Latest in Beauty gets shoppers over £230 worth of skincare and cosmetics for £40, as well as this ASOS box, which is just £18 and includes a £37 Elemis moisturiser.
Buy the Boots Winter Skincare Edit here, and get it for £15 when you spend £25 on selected skincare.