B.Right Intro Kit

B.Right Intro Kit
I purchased this Benefit b.right! Radiant Skincare 6 Piece Intro Kit after the visit to Harvey Nic’s on Sunday. The staff were so friendly I felt like I could finally approach and ask about the kit as I’d seen it on blogs and such for a few weeks, but I’m always so apprehensive about make up counters for fear of hard selling or forced into the chair for a make up session in front of passers by! Fortunately after the Benefit Bloggers meet I felt really comfortable and wouldn’t think twice before approaching a Benefit counter in future (still doesn’t mean I’ll go to just any make up counter though, they still scare the bejesus out of me) Anyway this lovely little set set me back a mere £10! I’m sure you’ve seen me moan before about the price of certain things, including Benefit, I’m so cheap I think over 50p for a chocolate bar is pushing the boat out. But this is a bargain by any standard. It gives you 6 little sample size potions of most the products in the b.right! skincare range (I could of done with a little sample of the ‘boo boo zap’ on my forehead right about now though)
The set comes in a nice little travel sized plastic carry case. The bottles are all glass and I love the apothecary feel of the range. It’s like you don’t want to use them because they all look so precious!!! But you can definitely use the bottles afterwards if even just for a cute little display. 
The products within are as follows;
Foamingly Clean Facial Wash
Refined Finish Facial Polish
Moisture Prep Toning Lotion
Triple Performing Facial Emulsion with SPF15 PA+++
Total Moisture Facial Cream
It Potent! Eye Cream

The Total Moisture Facial Cream is by far my favourite product out of the range, it’s so thick and creamy and instantly makes your skin feel amazing. It also doesn’t make my skin break out like a lot of moisturisers can do. The entire range smells so fresh and clean (I know, cleaning things smelling clean right? But have a whiff you’ll get what I mean!) I’m not sure about the price tag on the range though, as they do have an RRP between £16.50 and £23.50 so to ‘catch ’em all’ you’re looking at a small fortune. If I was to buy any full size it would definitely be the moisturiser though.
The only criticism I have on the range/set is the lack of instructions. You can briefly work out what order to use the products through common sense or the name of the item BUT I would of loved to of had a more in depth instruction booklet to reassure the order of which to use them. Especially for the price. I’m unsure if the full size products contain this information within though so you might want to check that out. I would defo buy this set again though as it’s an absolute steal for the price!

Despite my adventures in Benefit lately, I did buy this set myself and it wasn’t a gift.
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