The prospect of experimenting with a new skincare routine can be intimidating and expensive. After all, who wants to spend money on a pricey new jar of cream claiming to be the fountain of youth only to discover it causes you to break out? Without the ability to nab a purse full of samples at the mall as you might have done in the past (perhaps in your best early 2000s garb, like a pair of baggy cargo pants and a popcorn shirt), it’s no surprise many people are flocking to the Eight Saints Discovery Kit.
For just $10, you can try out samples of every single product from Eight Saints, a natural skincare line. To give you an idea of how great a deal this is, it costs $651 to buy the entire full-sized lineup of creams and oils and masks (and that’s with the 15 percent discount currently running). But with the sampler kit, you can be sure about your investment before you purchase any full-sized products.
If you’re just learning of the brand for the first time, here’s a little history lesson: Eight Saints gets its name from the eight key ingredients it deems the most essential, and all of its products contain one or more of them. They include heavy hitters like antioxidants, hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, and vitamin E, along with lesser-known skincare heroes peptides, squalane, glycolic acid, and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM).
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Curious what exactly is inside the tester kit? It contains all 12 of the Eight Saints’ skincare products. Starting with the basics, there’s a mud gel cleaner called Down to Earth and a cream cleanser named Bright Side. Then there’s Daydreamer, a soothing moisturizer made with hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, and antioxidants; Cloud Whip, a light and almost fluffy vitamin C cream; and Soulmate, a brightening treatment packed with hyaluronic acid, glycolic acid, and vitamin E.
In addition to cleansers and moisturizers, the Discovery Kit also comes with all of the serums and anti-aging products you could want. Take, for instance, the hydrating gel dubbed Night Shift, a de-puffing eye cream named All In, and the daytime gel serum that goes by Pep Rally. There’s also Seeking C, a classic vitamin C serum, and High Society, a botanical face oil.
If there’s one thing we love more than affordable, effective skincare products, it’s ones that have cute, pun-filled names to boot. And we’re not the only ones who feel this way. The Discovery Kit has nearly 1,400 five-star reviews from shoppers who say the products really work and the kit comes at a great value.
“This is the kind of kit that every skincare company should offer,” one wrote. “Eight Saints products are all amazing in their own right, and this sampler allowed me to try — really try, for about 10 to14 days — all of the products they offer.”
Treat your skin to some newness and order your own Discovery Kit from Eight Saints today.