[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] Supporting the cancer wellbeing charity, Look Good Feel Better, which has a long-standing connection with the beauty industry, the Emma Hardie gift sets start at £10 for a very sweet tree decoration containing a travel size Moringa Cleansing Balm and a cleansing cloth (robust, effective and mercifully not a tragic, floppy muslin). I’m not sure I’m ready to hang cleansers from my tree but it’s more the point that it looks festive.
The Luxury Set is £40 and contains the Brilliance Facial Oil, the Midas Touch Revitalizing Cream, a 50ml Cleansing Balm and the cleansing cloth.
The mid-point is a £20 version presented in a cracker with a 15ml balm & cloth, a 15ml Midas Touch and a 15ml Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask – so it’s pretty much a facial in a box. They’re all so nicely presented and I’ve yet to meet the person that doesn’t love Moringa Cleansing Balm and they feel pampering and personal. They are all ‘value’ sets so the luxury option has a value of £88. The goal from the Emma Hardie brand is to raise £100,000 for Look Good Feel Better this year. If you don’t know LGFB, one of their main aims is to provide workshops run by trained volunteers to provide advice on skin care, make up and grooming to help with confidence and self-esteem. I have a couple of friends who have been to the workshops and they have nothing but praise. The sets are all HERE, non affiliate HERE.
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I am a big fan of Emma Hardie. Her facial oil is excellent and not as expensive as many other brands. But does tend to get overlooked when influencers etc recommend facial oils as they seem to look at those costing £££.
I agree! It lasts ages as well.
Do you know what percentage of the sale goes to the charity? The feel unique website doesn’t seem to say.
The fundraising goal for Look Good Feel Better is £100,000 over a period of time so I am not sure how that works as a percentage of each product – it could vary for each product of course which is why they give a total rather than individual percentages. The Look Good Feel Better page is
https://www.lookgoodfeelbetter.co.uk/product/moringa-balm/ although it doesn’t say much more.
Thanks for the response Jane.