Skincare enthusiasts call this $20 set the ‘best deal ever’

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For skincare enthusiasts, finding a really great set with all your favorite brands can be an amazing feeling, especially when it’s at an incredibly affordable price point.

Although many top brands can be costly and hinder you from making the splurge, there is one kit that beauty lovers are raving about, and we can totally understand why.

Top-rated and deemed as the “best of Dermstore,” this Dermstore Edit kit includes several cult-favorite brands like Bioderma, SkinMedica and First Aid Beauty, just to name a few. And while its valued price totals to $100, this eight-piece set costs just under $20.

While the full-sized options of these skincare favorites can put a huge dent in your wallet, this kit includes mini versions that are great for trying out in case you were ever curious about them.

Shop: Dermstore Edit, $19.99

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Here at In The Know, we’re constantly looking for awesome finds, and we definitely give this one our stamp of approval. While we’ve already written about First Aid Beauty’s Facial Radiance Pads and Skyn Iceland’s Eye Gels included in this kit, the other best-selling items are too good not to try.

The set additionally includes Boscia’s black charcoal mask, Naturopathica’s manuka honey cleansing balm, SkinMedica’s HA5 serum, Sunday Riley’s anti-aging eye cream and a clear Dermstore cosmetic bag.

Many shoppers are ecstatic about the items in the kit, claiming how great of a value it is, especially since some of these products are quite expensive on their own — particularly SkinMedica’s HA5 serum that regularly retails for $178.

One shopper who gave the set five stars explained, “Best $20 value ever! I am an esthetician so these things are very exciting to me. Always wanted to try a Skin Medica product because their line is so expensive, of course it was great!”

Another shopper wrote, “Best deal ever!!! You get so much for your money and ALL of the products are great! I LOVE the First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads.”

While many other sets can break the bank and might only include one brand, this Dermstore option is super budget-friendly and offers a perfect sampler of best-selling skincare that just so happen to be cult-favorites among beauty gurus.

Although this kit is a great deal, it’s important to know that the product sizes might be too small for some people. Additionally, it may not be an ideal fit if you’re trying to tackle specific needs for your skin type since it includes a broad range of items.

One shopper wrote, “I bought this because it was on [sale] and I wanted to try something new for my aging skin. The products are small, but might be enough to show an effect.”

However, if you’re a skincare enthusiast who loves sets and wants to incorporate new options in your beauty arsenal, this one is definitely worth trying. 

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