This kit was one of my black Friday purchases. Actually, it may have possibly been my first Sephora purchase ever! It has definitely been my first foray into high-end skin care. This was one of the $10 Sephora's door busters. I can't find it on the Sephora website anywhere, but I saw it on Amazon for $21.99.
Purifying Gel Cleanser (1 fl oz. Valued at $5.20 based on the price of full-size product.) This was my favorite product out of the whole box. You only need a tiny drop for your whole face which means it lasted for a long time. It's gentle and smells great. Also, I did a great job getting all the dirt and makeup off my face. I balk at the price of $26 for 5 ounces, but since such a tiny bit goes a long way, I am considering buying this.
Oil Free Nightly Hydration (0.5 fl oz. Valued at $12.86 based on the price of full-size product.) My least favorite product of the box. I think this might be better for someone with oilier skin that mine. It just didn't feel like it lived up to the "hydration" bit in it's name. I liked the way it smelled, but that's all I can pretty much say. I only used the whole tube because I had it on hand.
Luminizing Black Mask (0.35 oz. Valued at $4.25 based on the price of full-size product.) Definitely the coolest product in the kit! I never got mine to look like the the model's in the picture. It is a very thick mask and difficult to spread. Unless you seriously caked it on, it was much more translucent. I didn't love this product. It hurt to peel off--felt a little like the Biore nose strips, except all over your face. Plus, I didn't feel like it did an amazing job for me. Glad I got to try it, but I wouldn't purchase it again.
Green Tea Blotting Linens (25 sheets. Valued at $2.50 based on the price of full-size product.) I also loved these linens. Of course, blotting papers are blotting papers and these do the job. They are twice the size of the ones that I've used in the past. I know a lot of people love Starbucks napkins, but I feel like these work better than those. I *might* purchase these again. But at $10/100, I'm sure I can find more economical options.