Skincare can be expensive - what with all the exfoliators, cleansers, moisturisers, toners and more - so we love to make the most of a beauty discount.
But this month there’s a deal that will truly knock your socks off - Glossybox is offering an incredible discount on its Glossy Spa beauty box.
The September box from the brand is made up of five different skincare products which come to more than £115 in total. However, customers who subscribe to the monthly box can get all the treats for just £13.25.
The Glossy Spa box features an enzyme scrub (worth £9), a coffee scrub (worth £11), a hyaluronic acid anti-oxidising duo moisturiser (worth £89.00), a foam burst (worth £1.50) and either a balm (worth £15.00) or a plum eye mask (worth £7.84). Customers will also find a chocolate treat inside their box.
People who are not part of the subscription service already can sign up to get beauty boxes. There’s an option to pay an upfront cost of £13.25 or sign up to the 12-month deal, which works out cheaper at £11.75 a month.
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The box seems like a perfect treat for this time of year, when it's likely we'll be spending more evenings at home. All of the products in the September box are great for an at-home spa night.
If that wasn’t enough, from Friday 4th September to Monday 14th September, customers can also get two Glossybox skincare products for £25. This offer includes the brand’s 3-in-1 moisturiser, 3-in-1 rich moisturiser, hydrating mist and night serum. Subscribers will also get a further 20% off this offer, using a code that will be sent out via emails.
Back in July, the beauty subscription service launched a Limited Edition Summer Essentials Kit (opens in new tab) with 12 products for £35 - despite these items coming to more than £95 in total. Some of these treats included Nails.Inc polishes, a MUA Cosmetics Super Stylo Satin Finish Lipstick, a Hawaiian Tropic body mist and more.
Glossybox know how to treat us!
Lizzie Thomson is a regular contributor to woman&home, and also contributes to Metro.co.uk, Ideal Home, Culture Trip, and Evening Standard, covering all things lifestyle.
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