Last year saw the launch of the Feelunique Beauty Kit, which is one of their beauty sample services. They already had the Pick & Mix sampler service which allowed you to choose five products from their extensive beauty sample collection for just £3.99.
However, the Feelunique Beauty Kit is a little pricier, but you get decent sized beauty samples, with products from brands such as Estee Lauder, Huda Beauty, Origins, Clinique and more.
The Feelunique Beauty Kit is £12.95 with no subscription or contracts in place – you just purchase one whenever you want to. In addition to the £12.95 fee for the kit, you have to also pay £3.95 for shipping.
However, that £3.95 shipping fee is then refunded via a promotional code in an email once you’ve received your kit, and you can then use that code against future Feelunique purchases.
I have my Feelunique Beauty Kit for April 2021 to show you, and every month’s beauty kit comes with a clear plastic pouch, which is a nice size, and good for storing my charging wires and powerbank in my handbag.
The first product I chose in my Feelunique Beauty Kit is the Revlon Equave Hydro Nutritive Detangling Conditioner 50ml worth £2.59, and it’s a lightweight, two-phase treatment that instantly detangles the hair whilst leaving it moisturised, soft and shiny.
I then chose the Ahava Mineral Hand Cream 40ml worth £5.99. I love using hand cream, and trying new hand creams, and this one sounded lovely.
I have to admit, the smell really isn’t to my liking, and it’s so strongly scented too. I’m glad I didn’t purchase the full size of this, so the Feelunique Beauty Kit is a great way to try products without purchasing the full size first, incase you don’t like it.
I was really surprised to see that the Feelunique Beauty Kit contained a full size product within the selection, and it’s the Essence What The Fake Volumizing & Lengthening Mascara worth £3.49. I love Essence mascaras, but I’ve never tried this one before, so I’m looking forward to trying it.
Next I chose the Origins Drink Up 10 Minute Hydrating Mask 15ml worth £4.40. The Origins masks are amazing, but I’ve never tried this particular mask, so I thought it was worth a try. Origins claims it’s a hydrating mask instantly boosts moisture levels & keeps skin happily hydrated, comfortable & conditioned for 24 hours.
The last product I chose in the Feelunique Beauty Kit selection is the Huda Beauty Wishful Thirst Trap Juice 5ml worth £5.66, which launched back in January. It’s a clear serum which imparts hydration, and it’s a product I really wanted to try, so this 5ml sample is ideal to give it a go, to see if it’s something I’d purchase in the full size.
So that’s the entirety of my Beauty Kit. In terms of value, the products I chose are collectively worth £22.13, which isn’t bad for £12.95, plus the £3.95 shipping fee.
Sometimes the product selection is a lot better than others, and whilst I like the products I chose, they’ve definitely had a better selection previous months, so I’d recommend frequently checking back to see what they have added to their range.