Beauty fans say £30 Boots box containing £112-worth of premium anti-ageing products makes skin feel like cashmere
05.03.2023 - 00:21
Beauty fans are rushing to Boots to buy an 'unbelievable' £30 Beauty Box that contains more than £122.50-worth of premium anti-ageing skin and beauty products. The high street giant has blown shoppers away with how many full-sized premium anti ageing creams, eye creams and balms are in the £30 box for such a budget price.
Boots X REN Premium Beauty Box contains more than £112-worth of skincare products, but is currently only £30 on the chain's website for shoppers who spend more than £50. Otherwise you can buy it for £50 - which still works out at a massive saving.
Keen to see if it's really as good value for money as it appears, I tried the £30 Boots X REN Premium Beauty Box for myself. The results were astonishing. My skin felt like cashmere and looked a lot brighter after just a few days of using the products. It most definitely lived up to the hype.
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My hero inside the £30 box was without doubt the REN Brightening Dark Circle Eye Cream, which retails at £44 on its own - more than the entire box of products. The £44 eye cream has hundreds of five-star reviews online, and promises to visibly reduce dark circles after just 7 days, and instantly make skin appear brighter.
I'm lucky and don't really suffer with dark circles under my eyes just yet (no idea how given I'm stressed and staring at a computer screen for twelve hours a day), but the cream did instantly refresh my skin, and the area under and around my eyes looked brighter pretty much immediately. Five star reviewers of the cream agree with me.
One five-star reviewer wrote on the Boots website: "This eyecream does what it promises. My under
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