When it comes to skincare, us beauty lovers are always looking for ways to get the most bang for our buck.
So when we found out that best selling brand REN Clean Skincare had teamed up with Look Fantastic to launch a bargain beauty box, we were thrilled.
The online beauty giant and the notoriously kind and sustainable skin saviour have collaborated to bring us a bundle of REN’s most popular products for an insanely reasonable price tag.
The limited edition release features a mix of six pioneering skin treats – with three minis and three full sized products packed in.
Plus, the value of the products inside the £45 box add up to a whopping £115, so you’re making a hefty saving of £70.
What will you get for your money?
There’s the new Perfect Canvas Clean Jelly Oil Cleanser, the Evercalm Global Protection Daycream, the Glycolic Lactic Radiance Renewal Mask, the Ready Steady Glow Daily AHA Tonic, the Evercalm Overnight Recovery Balm and the Clean Essentials Clean Screen Mineral SPF30. A winning combination.
The box has already received rave reviews from skincare worshipers.
‘This box has some of my absolute favourite REN products (the jelly cleanser, the peel mask and the evercalm mask mini) in plus some news I've wanted to try.. with such an amazing saving this is such a no brainer! So impressed,’ one wrote on the Look Fantastic website.
Meanwhile the Jelly Oil Cleanser, perfect for gently ridding the skin of the day’s grime and grub, has raked in stacks of five star reviews.
And the miraculous lycol Lactic Radiance Renewal Mask, worth £36, promises to transform skin appearance and texture with its genius cocktail of Glycolic, Citric, Lactic and Tartaric Acid.
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