I recently have been doing a bit of clearing out my skincare stash and remembered that I had bought Sunday Riley Power Couple kit. We all know by now, unless you have been hibernating in a cave, how highly hyped up and raved about Sunday Riley’s skincare products have been since last year.
The famously, Luna Sleeping Night Oil was what spark the interest of many Sunday Riley fans as well as bloggers globally. Many have said how life-changing it had made their skin, while a small population have had bad reactions or just simply did not see what every other positive reactors had seen. When the news broke out into the beauty community, I felt as though it might have been a PR stunt, but anyway, it had brought many people together to share their experiences with this product.
Let me preface that these products are absolutely expensive and the way I justified paying was simply gifting it to myself for my birthday back in April. The Power Couple kit Retails for AUD$124 (Mecca) / USD$78 (Sephora) and consists of:
– Good Genes All-in-One Lactic Acid Treatment 15ml AUD$81.50 / 30ml AUD$163 – This can be used both in the AM and the PM, as well as a serum (white lotion consistency) used on its own or in conjunction with luna in the PM, and ceramic slip cleanser as a face mask. It claims to instantly plump skin, smooth out the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, fight hyper-pigmentation and reveal immediate radiance back into skin complexion.
– Luna Sleeping Night Oil 15ml AUD$81.50 / 30ml $163 – This claims that the trans-retinol ester ingredient can help to reduce the appearance of pores, lines and sun damage, whilst the blue tansy (blue oil) helps to calm redness, irritation that would give your skin a flawless and youthful appearance.
There are some bold claims for each and I have not come across many skincare products that can help diminish skin conditions, but for everybody who has tried these products in conjunction to or separately have seen some tremendous results either overnight or within the first 1-2 weeks of use. As for the price tag, you are actually better off buying the kit. Kill two birds with one stone, especially if you also wanted to try Good Genes. As a newbie to Sunday Riley skincare, I think this is a reasonably priced kit and are handy travel sized companions.
Have you tried these products? Did you buy the kit or separately?