Sephora Favorites Skin Wonderland

Sephora Favorites Skin Wonderland
Completely unsurprisingly, one of my most favoritest Christmas presents this year was the Sephora Favorites Skin Wonderland collection that Francisco got me.  It doesn't look like this exact collection is currently available, but you can check out all of Sephora's collection options here.
Sephora Favorites Skin Wonderland
For ease of review, I broke this up into three different groups.
Ole Henriksen Truth Sugar Glow First Aid Beauty L'Occittane SK-II
Ole Henriksen Truth Sugar Glow Polishing Mask, $6.00 [$42.00 for 3.5 oz; sample size: 0.5 oz]
This was a thick, granular paste with a delicious citrus fragrance.

First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration, $5.00 [$30.00 for 6 oz; sample size: 1 oz]
This thick cream feels fairly moisturizing without being too heavy.  It's formulated to use on your face and entire body, but I mostly stuck to just using it as a body moisturizer.

L'Occitane Shower Oil, $9.50 [2.5 oz]
Hmm, so I thought I had tried this before, but now I can't find any notes about this. I expect I will like it just as much as I've always enjoyed L'Occitane body products. Usage directions indicate you should apply to damp skin, lather, and rinse.

SK-II Facial Treatment Essence, ?
I wasn't sure how to use this at first, so I applied it like a toner with a cotton pad [would be really helpful if these boxes came with an information card] - however, it's actually meant to be dispensed into your hands and then pressed gently into your skin.
Sunday Riley Supergoop Caudalie Korres
Sunday Riley Tidal Brightening Enzyme Water Cream, ?
I essentially treated this as a bonus face cream in the evenings. It's a blue gel-like cream with a slightly herbal fragrance.

Supergoop! Forever Young Hand Cream, $12.00 [1 oz]
This is a thick hand cream that feels fairly nourishing. It has a light fragrance, and it absorbs fairly easily. I loved that it has SPF, so it's great for day wear.

Caudalie Grape Water, $13.00 [2.5 oz]
So, y'all know how much I love getting cans of water, but for what it's worth, this is probably the best can of water I've ever received. Mostly because of the spray mechanism, which dispensed a fine, even mist over my face.

Korres Greek Yoghurt 3 in 1 Cleaning Emulsion, $2.41 [$24.00 for 6.76 oz; sample size: 0.68 oz]
I used this as a make-up remover, but I only found it to be a so-so product. There are definitely others that I've liked more.
Tarte Fresh Kate Somerville Clinique Josie Maran
Tarte Marajuca Oil, ? [$15.00 for 0.5 oz]
This is a thick face oil that I was just so-so on. It says it can also be used on cuticles, so I may end up using it for this purpose instead.

Fresh Soy Face Cleanser, $5.29 [$15.00 for 1.7 oz; sample size: 0.6 oz]
This was a lightweight cleanser that I've previously tried in the Sephora Great Cleanse collection.

Kate Somerville Goat Milk Moisturizing Cream, ? [$50.00 for 1 oz]
A daily moisturizer for all skin types.

Clinique Pep-Start Eye Cream, ? [$26.50 for 0.5 oz]
This eye cream absorbs easily.

Josie Maran Whipped Argan Oil, $12.00 [2 oz]
This was a fairly thick and nourishing lotion with a light fragrance.

VERDICT: I love trying these Sephora collections even though this is only my second one. I think this box cost $64, and it's valued at $156. I wasn't able to pull pricing detail for all 13 products, but I was able to tally this up for 8 items, and their value alone was $65.20.    


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