There are 4 sets to choose from - Rehydrating for dry sluggish skin, Balancing to aid oil control, Resurfacing to help speed up natural cell renewal and Illuminating which helps to rejunvenate and moisturise. Each set contains a cleanser and toner, as well as a mini 15ml pro radiance illuminating flash balm. The real selling point though has to be the fact that each set retails for £30-35, a massive 44% saving compared to the usual RRP.
One of my beauty resolutions this year is to regularly use a toner as part of my skincare routine and with it's promise of gently clarifying the skin and minimising pore size, Balancing lavender toner seems to be doing a good job so far. The lime blossom cleanser is nice and soothing on the skin too. I still prefer my balm cleanser at night, however thanks to it's fresh citrus scent and light refreshing texture it works well as a quick morning cleanse (especially during the winter when parts of my skin can be a little bit dry).
Overall a rather barginous and useful skincare set from Elemis - I like the fact that they've gone back to basics and just focused on cleansing and toning. If like myself you're in need a skincare overhaul or just want to treat yourself to some new products then I'd definitely recommend taking a look. Be quick though, as the products are limited edition and will only be available whilst stocks last.
Have you tried any of these products? Did you make any skincare resolutions for 2014?