I always get excited to get that knock on the door from the post man with my monthly Cohorted box. As subscription boxes go, Cohorted provides the ultimate in luxury, high-end products with some always being full-size. I’ve received some fab products in past boxes and I’ve also discovered a lot of products I might not have otherwise. This months box has been curated perfectly to coincide with January and that fact that most of us have over indulged throughout December, well you know how that can play havoc with the skin! January’s box has been filled with some of the best names on the market in terms of skincare, two that especially caught my attention were Sunday Riley and Marc Jacobs! See what I mean about luxury! Already a lover of Sunday Riley I was overjoyed to find a product from their range inside of the box.
Something else I love about the Cohorted subscription is that it’s a no ties rolling contract, giving you the freedom to choose how long you continue to let it run. Cohorted pride themselves on including high-end products, with many being full-size in every box, their aim is to be known as a niche discovery box made up of the highest quality brands out there. Each box costs £35 but has a minimum value of £70. Not only that, Cohorted have been voted the UK’s number one luxury subscription box provider.
This months treats include:
Marc Jacobs Re(Cover) Perfecting Coconut Setting Mist*
This promises to not only set and lock your makeup in place all day, but to also deliver deep hydration and revel your inner glow. A bold claim which definitely has me intrigued and excited to put to the test. Despite not being full-size you still receive a generous 30ml deluxe mist which slips nicely inside a handbag to use on the go.
This will be my first product from Marc Jacobs I’m finally trying. I love all things coconut and having spritzed this on my hand already I can confirm it smells glorious. I can see myself reaching for this for a quick spritz to freshen up and add a subtle dewy glow in the Summer months to come.
Sunday Riley Ceramic Slip Clay Cleanser*
Already an avid lover of Sunday Riley products, I was keen to try their highly coveted Ceramic Slip Clay Cleanser after hearing so many rave reviews. You can imagine my sheer delight upon discovering a deluxe-size tube concealed within my Cohorted Box. Many a time I’d almost bought this for myself, but never following through. Truth be known this is the one product within this months curation that I was most excited to receive.
Ceramic Slip is described as a lightly foaming cleanser containing a cocktail of vitamins, minerals and essential oils to tone and balance normal to combination skin. Refined green clay draws out impurities while vitamin C reduces the appearance of discolouration and stimulates collagen production for a plumper, dewy complexion. Black pepper promotes circulation, sandalwood combats areas of sensitivity, jasmine soothes and restores while frankincense encourages healthy cell growth for firmer, porcelain-smooth skin.
Lancôme Renergie Multilift*
I’m not really sure why I haven’t tried out a lot of skincare products from Lancôme. This is the second Lancôme product I’ve been introduced to through my Cohorted boxes. Renergie Multilift is a day cream which is designed to firm, tighten and give a more youthful complexion whilst also containing an SPF 15. This is more of a sample size at 5ml but it should definitely give me a good idea as to whether this works out for me. I really must get round to trying out some products from Lancôme’s skincare range.
Urban Veda Reviving Body Wash, scrub & lotion*
Another excellent inclusion within this months edit, and admittedly probably not a brand I would have tried otherwise. One of the main reasons I love boxes like this as they introduced me to new brands and products. Urban Veda is both cruelty free and vegan which fits perfectly with my goal of transitioning into a more ethical way of living. All of the body care products have been created using skin conditioning plant extracts to cleanse and hydrate the skin without stripping it of its natural oils.
They are all SLS free and formulated to work in harmony with our own moisture and pH levels to nourish and protect our skin. The reviving body products have a beautiful, yet delicate rose and jasmine scent which to me is very reminiscent of rose turkish delights. I’m really excited to try out this trio of treats I have received. If they work as well as promised I can see myself purchasing the full-size items.
Skin Chemists Charcoal Peel Off Mask*
I have tried a few products from this brand, however I am yet to try this mask. Being more towards the oiler end of the spectrum in terms of skin type, I find charcoal skincare products great for helping to manage my oil levels. I do tend to enjoy the results I get from the deeper cleans that you get with charcoal products so I’m definitely looking forward to trying out this mask.
With the promise of minimised pores, the removal of excess oil and a matte finish it really appeals to my skin concerns. Formulated with bamboo charcoal and white peony root it works to cleanse and refresh the skin to reveal a smooth and even complexion.
Wish Formula The Mask With Honey Fermented Serum*
I’d not heard of this brand prior to opening this box but I do love a good sheet mask and this one has been fortified in honey fermented serum which should make it intensely nourishing. Not only that, it also has peppermint and lemon extract to aid with radiance, whilst centella asitica protects and soothes the skin. All-in-all it sounds like a great product.
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*Contains PR/Gifted items, all views and opinions are my own.