If you’re the type of person who likes to source your entire skincare routine from a single brand – or if you just love a new beauty launch without an outrageous price point – Glossybox has got some great news for you. The subscription service has announced that its launching its first ever skincare line, a project that’s been years in the making.
As a brand that’s well versed in curating the absolute best in beauty for its customers, it’s no surprise that it has thought of almost everything, with an edit comprising four cleansers, an exfoliator, two moisturisers, an eye cream, a night serum, and a mist, with something for all skin types and concerns. The only daily essential that’s not present is an SPF, although we’ve been reliably informed that this is also in the works (along with an in-shower gel face mask and a lip treatment).
The pros? Prices don’t quite hit bargain levels, but are still pretty affordable, starting from £15 for a cleanser and ranging up to £22.50 for the 3-in-1 moisturiser – numbers which drop if you’re a new or existing subscriber.
Sustainability has been at the forefront of the Glossybox team’s mind throughout development, and as a result, the pink packaging is made from sugarcane derived PE material, which avoids using fossil fuels and instead used sugarcane derived resources, which are much more renewable. The formulas are also vegan and cruelty-free.
Most of the collection has a light, sweet scent which make it a real treat to use, but if you avoid fragrance in your skincare you may want to approach everything but the eye cream and gentle foaming cleanser with a little more caution.
That said, the products have already been tested and loved by a panel of hundreds of existing Glossybox lovers, including those with sensitive skin, who have sung its praises. If you’re as tempted as we are to give the new selection a try, here’s the full range of Glossybox skincare products so you can decide which ones to invest in first.
All 10 products in the new Glossybox skincare range
A great multi-purpose moisturiser that will work for most complexions.
Skin feeling dry or tight? The richer option is for you.
Promises a gentle clean without stripping away moisture.
For days when your skin needs a more in-depth cleanse.
Especially good for oily or acne prone skins.
The best cleanser on the list for sensitive skin.
Made with Cornish clay and lactic and glycolic acids.
Blueberry oil is the secret weapon in this serum, which works to hydrate and brighten overnight.
The most requested product from the Glossybox audience (we predict a sellout).
A refreshing hyaluronic spritz that can be used before or on top of make-up.
For more information about the Glossybox skincare launch, sign up to the waiting list here. Glossybox Skincare will launch exclusively for subscribers on 12th August at 9am with general sale from 12pm that same day.