There are gift sets and then there are gift sets. Fresh is a favourite skin care range of mine – a week doesn’t pass without me using something (usually a mask) from the brand so I was keen to see their Christmas offerings. They’re not disappointing – they’re beautifully boxed up and easy to asign to recipients. A lot of brands go generic in the hopes that by not being too specific about what it’s for, it will then do for anyone and everyone. Personally, I like a bit of a guide. So, the Rose Skincare Ritual set contains a cleanser, mask, eye gel and moisturiser so it’s a whole routine in one box. The Skincare Gems (above) contains Soy Face Cleanser, Lotus Eye Cream, Lotus Face Cream, Sugar Face Polish and Sugar Rose Lip Treatment… so again, it’s a whole experience and not a partial one.
Obviously I’m not keen on the whole ‘youth preserve’ thing, but at least it points you to the target market.
The second set, in the gorgeous pink packaging – complete with a large bow on the side of the box – is the Sugar Rush Box for all over exfoliation and hydration. If you’ve never tried the Fresh sugar range, abandon thoughts of Christmas gifting and save your own skin! I know I’m talking to a skin care educated audience on BBB and you know I like these because it’s a brand I love myself so it’s far easier to be enthusiastic on that basis. It’s not a cheap range, the world won’t end if you never try it but I feel that it’s guaranteed gifting success if you do have to part company with the boxes! Skincare Treasures are £56 HERE and Sugar Rush is £44 HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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