I was very excited to find this fabulous reduced item in Holland & Barrett which was marked down to £12 from £30 and so, I quickly snapped it up. I'm a huge Beauty Kitchen and mini products fan (12 x 6ml) so I am totally delighted! There are also some final sale clearances on the website if you want to take a look.
Inside the recyclable tube is...all this...
The pot size is 6ml making them the perfect try me/for holidays/weekends away (and the pots are reusable too).
Karine Jackson - The Protector Multi-Purpose Primer which will tame flyaways, smooth and protect from daily brushing, UVA/UVB rays, daily pollution and damage. To use: Use as as mask before washing, apply before blow drying or use to tame flayaways. I'm looking forward to trying this and I'll let you know my thoughts in an empties post. This is a new to me product.
Mineral Shield Daily Primer SPF30 - I recently tried this via a Triyit campaign and I loved it. It gives the skin SPF protection from UVA/UVB rays and daily pollution is 100% natural and fragrance free. To use: apply after your skincare regime but before foundation. Apply a small amount to the face before applying make up. This is a handy size for travel or popping in your make up bag.
Free From Wonder Balm - which nourishes dry lips, dry patches, flyaways, cuticles. To use: apply as often as needed to hydrate and nourish.
Men's Skincare Balm Solo - which I'll give to hubby to test out. It can be used as a cleanser, pre-shave cleanser, moisturiser, mask or problem skin balm. The balm contains activated charcoal which will draw out grease, grime and impurities from the skin. To use: as a cleanser/pre-shave cleanser: apply a small amount onto your face and neck before rinsing. As a moisturiser: apply to problem areas or as a mask: apply to dry skin, leave on for 5 minutes before rinsing.
A trio from the Abyssinian Oil range: Night Halo Sleep Mask - which was another Triyit review product (and was lovely to use). To use: Use overnight when you are sleeping and wake up with radiant and nourished skin. Handbag Beauty Balm - a multi-use balm which can be used as a cleanser, mask, make-up primer, highlighter or as a balm for dry skin areas, cuticles and flyaways. To use: apply a small amount of balm applying sparingly before removing or massaging in. Facial Moisture Cream - a fragrance free cream which will nourish and hydrate the skin and neck. To use: apply a small amount to the fingertips and massage onto the skin after cleansing. Can be used AM and PM.
The remainder of the pots are from the best selling Seahorse Plankton range. Beauty Boosting BB Cream - (which looks a bit dark in the pot!). I've not actually tried this out yet but it'll smooth out your skin tone and soothe problem skin. To use: apply after your facial oil but before your make up to tint and even out your skin tone as well as helping protect from environmental damage. I'm already a huge fan of 5 Minute Miracle Mask (see my review of it and the Everlasting Radiance Moisturiser*) HERE.
Brilliance Hand & Nail Cream - a rich but quickly absorbing cream which smells gorgeous. To use: apply morning and evening for youthful and hydrated hands. Everlasting Radiance Moisturiser - which helps to prolong a youthful appearance. To use: apply a small amount daily to the face and neck. Eye Life & Lumination Serum - which I've used before. You only need the smallest amount so this little pot will last a while. The lightweight serum absorbs quickly and smoothes out fine lines and wrinkles, plumping the eye area and nourishing. To use: smooth a small amount around the eye area concentrating on crow's feet and dark circles.
Have you used any of these items? What are your favourites from Beauty Kitchen?
*I was gifted the Everlasting Radiance Moisturiser which featured in my earlier review. I bought the Miniature Heroes Kit myself.