[samples/affiliate] I’ve got to say, I’m really impressed with the Elemis sets this year. This brand relies on having a very loyal following (which it does) so they have the extra onus of impressing existing customers with the same products as well as enticing in new ones. Both boxes ticked I think and a job well done.
I picked out this set because Frangipani Monoi is my absolute favourite Elemis line and always has been. I’m always up for gifting products that don’t address ‘problems’ but do ensure the recipient focuses on themselves in a positive way. The pamper is the important bit.
The fragrance and body care element of the Frangipani Body Duo – a shower gel and a body cream – ensure that the things you do daily are done more luxuriously than they might otherwise be. It’s £39 HERE (there is a smaller set for £18.50) and has a value of £56. If you’ve never smelled Frangipani Monoi it’s the best holiday-ish scent I know.
An easy pick for me as Pro Collagen is my sister’s favourite skin care!
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
This is the priciest of the products I’ve taken a closer look at but represents good value and feels far more special than buying the individual products. When your favourite skin care runs out and you’re faced with replacing it’s not necessarily the most joyous of things! But when it’s all packaged up nicely and someone has thought to prolong the replacing time, then it’s all good and a lovely thing to have, especially if it’s in a pretty case like this is.
As you can see, the contents are Pro Collagen Marine Cream 50ml, Pro Collagen Marine Oil 15ml and Pro Collagen Oxygenating Night Cream 50ml. It’s top of the range price wise at £165 with a value of £253 so perhaps one for die-hard Elemis fans. It’s HERE.
My last pick is the Peptide Dream Duo 24/7 set. I’ve never used this particular range other than surface testing but love the idea of a cream-oil hybrid as I quite often use both and a hybrid isn’t something that I come across often.
It’s an easy win for skin of any age with Peptide 4 Adaptive Day Cream 50ml and the Peptide 4 Night Recovery Cream Oil 30ml, although I’d suggest it’s more appropriate for drier skin types. It’s £65 HERE with a value of £99. This feels like a very positive collection – beautiful presentation and just generally a good vibe about it. Elemis already has their Black Friday offers up so I don’t think there will be further reductions unless you’re prepared to chance it at the very last moment when it’s an outside possibility. I know that QVC always has offers for Elemis (I don’t like to promote these as I just end up feeling I’m plugging for QVC) so you could take a look there. Otherwise, non affiliate link is HERE – you’re under no obligation, moral or otherwise, to use the affiliate links, in this post or any other just as a quick reminder.
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