Benefit 6 piece skincare set

Friday, January 11, 2013

Skincare Set - 6 Piece. £10 at Debenhams*
Benefit have always been one of my favourite beauty brands, and although I have a lot of their make-up, I've never really ventured into their skincare products. This six piece skincare set is a lovely little 'starter kit' for anyone that doesn't want to pay a fortune for a full size product without trying it first. At £10 in Debenhams, the set includes:

Foamingly clean facial wash 
'A 1-step Facial Wash that effectively cleanses the skin & removes makeup & impurities with a soft, gentle lather. (Formulated for all skin types).'

Refined finish facial polish 
'A facial exfoliator that beautifully brightens the complexion, gently exfoliating to purify the skin & help minimise the appearance of pores to reveal skin's natural radiance. Contains natural clay & seaweed extract rich in minerals, nutrients & sugars, known to purify the skin.'

Moisture prep toning lotion 
'A toning lotion that smoothes & revitalises, allowing skin to fully optimise benefits of your moisturiser. Contains vitamin E acetate, natural oat & meadowsweet, botanical extracts known to purify & smooth the skin and help reduce fine lines.'

Triple performing facial emulsion SPF 15 PA ++  
'A hydrating, lightweight, and oil-free lotion that has in-built SPF 15 sun protection. Formulated with Benefit’s own tri-radiance complex, the emulsion is absorbed quickly, helping to capture and maintain the water on the skin’s surface.'

Total moisture facial cream 
'A facial cream that provides concentrated immediate & long-term hydration for a radiantly refreshed complexion. Benefit's exclusive tri-radiance complex helps develop the skin's reserves of water & reinforce skin's moisture barrier. Contains mango butter, a natural plant-based emollient known to provide moisture. (For normal to dry skin).' 

It's potent! eye cream 
'A brightening eye cream to help fade dark circles and smooth fine lines for brighter, younger-looking eyes. Contains a peptide complex known to help restore elasticity & firmness, a blend of hydrating botanical extracts including apple extract, known to help boost collagen, & loquat extract, known to help protect the skin from free radical damage.'


I love this little set as I've made the mistake of buying a full size product before without trying a sample, and ending up hating it! I think it's definitely worth getting, the packaging is absolutely adorable, and it won't break the bank either.

Have you tried any Benefit skincare products? Would you like to?
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53 comments

  1. Sounds great for just £10 !! <3
    Lovely post my darling!! <3
    Lots of love from
    Annabelle
    TheCurleyGirl
    xoxoxoxoxoxoxox

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  2. I got a set from this Benefit range free a while ago with Grazia magazine, I quite liked it but not enough to buy any of the full sizes though. However the packaging is gorgeous! Leanne (another one!) x

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    1. I'm still in the process of trying them all out right now, I really like the eye cream so far though! xx

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  3. I received some Benefit skincare but haven't got round to using it yet! Going to try it tonight, it's too pretty not to use :) x

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  4. I'm in love with the packaging!! Will definitely have to try these out, good idea to get the smaller sized product!

    www.crazyclassycute.blogspot.com

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  5. £10 for benefit is so good! I bought pore-fessional as an impulse buy without trying it and I love it but for £23 (I think) I don't know if its worth it. How is the tripe performing face emulsion because it came free with mine but I have oily skin and was too scared to try it in case it made my skin worse!
    xx

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    1. It's hard to say, I have naturally dry skin so I can't really comment on the oily side of things... I do have a bit of a troublesome T-zone however and my skin was fine with it. If anything the oiliness was reduced a bit. The set is definitely worth a go! xx

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  6. i really want to try their skincare line and this lovely little kit a great way to try them xx


    www.sparklethiscity.blogspot.com

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    1. It's definitely worth giving a go for the money! xx

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  7. I wish I could find here half of the stuff I could buy in England...! This looks amazing, specially taking into account that I always have doubts when trying this kind of products. Packaging is so cute :)
    xx
    Isa

    http://freckledwardrobe.blogspot.com.es

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    1. It's a shame you can't get it! It is isn't it? xx

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  8. I wasn't even aware Benefit did a skincare range! Great post :)
    x

    www.thefashionseason.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. This is such a good buy for £10, might have to we if I can find it!
    Rachael x

    beautyin1place.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. It's available online if you can't find it anywhere in store :) x

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  10. Wow that looks really good I shall have to try it out!

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  11. I wanna try some of their products so bad but unfortunately theyre not available in my country :(

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  12. Sounds amazing and a bargain price!

    http://alittlebitunique.blogspot.co.uk/

    x

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  13. such a lovely set isnt it! i love benefit products

    love your blog, im following you on gfc so look forward to more posts!!

    would love if you follow me back <3


    www.sophie-lm.blogspot.co.uk xxx

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  14. I've seen the full size products and actually thought about giving them a try, but they're just so pricey for me to buy without trying first..I'm really sensitive with skin products so I'm kind of scared...but this small sample set would be perfect!!! I'll see if I find it in my country!!

    Thank you for your review, I loved you blog!!

    Have a great weekend!

    xoRosie
    The Austrian Rose

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    1. I know what you mean, I have sensitive skin too and it can be so hard to get products that are okay for my skin! Hope you manage to find it lovely :) Thank you, you too! xx

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  15. visiting here with a smile. take care.. have a nice day ~ =)

    Regards,
    http://www.lonelyreload.com (A Growing Teenager Diary) ..

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  16. Looks great! I love benefit makeup, especially the packaging xx

    http://whatisinherwardrobe.blogspot.co.uk

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  17. I've always wondered about these, especially the eye cream! Which was your fave?

    fridayisforeverblog.com xx

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    1. Either the eye cream or the facial wash! I really struggle with dark under eye circles, and although it didn't reduce them completely my eyes definitely looked brighter. I'd suggest trying out a sample though as everyone's skin is so different! xx

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  18. What a great little set! I agree that trial-sized is the way to go; testing skin care out first is so important, especially with picky skin like mine. I've been using BeneFit makeup for years, so their skin care line definitely piques my interest :)

    -Jen

    www.vibrantbeautyblog.com

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  19. Trial sizes are fantastic, and I love Benefit! I'm using their toner atm but haven't tried anything else yet.

    Sam Muses xx
    Boohoo Giveaway

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  20. I really want to try this its such a good deal I love your blog and I'm now following I'd love for you to check mine out coleoftheballl33.blogspot.co.uk xxxx

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  21. I didn't know the brand but it sounds like they have great products in their collection x

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  22. I'm a huge fan of 'that gal' from benefit, I have red skin in places and I could put 'that gal' on without foundation at all as it is that brilliant! Its worth trying although I found that it ran out fairly quickly.
    You have a really nice blog, deffo following :) x
    http://stuffalicesays.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. I really like That Gal too, it's great! :) Thank you lovely! xx

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  23. I was checking this out yesterday! At £10 I don't know why I resisted - stupid me.

    themaibug.blogspot.com

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  24. I really want to try this skincare set. It's not too expensive but I know Benefit are always good quality!

    http://www.tea-and-cocktails.blogspot.com

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    1. You should! It's a really great little set :) x

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