The Winter Kit is currently sold out but we anticipate receiving a few more (under a hundred) early next week. I do not have a definitive date yet, but will update as soon as I know anything. Promise. We will also start selling the Neon bags next week. We have a limited amount but have ordered more.

In the meantime, this is a bit more detail on how to use the products in the kits – any questions let me know and I’ll try and respond to them all below. And THANK YOU – again!


And don’t forget the brand offers here – some of them are live for a few weeks:


Original release video here:


So, what’s in the kit?
Emma Hardie Moringa Balm Cleanser 50ml
Beauty Pie Japanfusion Cleanser 100ml
Kate Somerville Liquid Exfolikate 120ml
Josh Rosebrook Hydrating Accelerator 60ml
Pestle & Mortar Recover Eye Cream 15ml
Indeed Labs Hydraluron 30ml
Alpha-H Vitamin B Copper Peptide 25ml
Zelens Power D Treatment Drops 10ml
Murad Hydro-Dynamic Ultimate Moisture 50ml
Pixi Retinol Tonic 100ml
Medik8 Crystal Retinal 3 30ml
OSKIA Bedtime Beauty Boost 50ml

Through the sales of this kit we are donating £10,000.00 to The Eve Appeal, a charity close to my heart, and for whom I am an official Ambassador. The Eve Appeal is the only UK charity devoted to research and awareness of all five gynaecological cancers.

“We are thrilled to be working with Caroline on her Winter Kit. She is a fantastic ambassador for The Eve Appeal and we’re very excited to be collaborating with her on this. £10,000 from the sale of the CH Winter Kit goes to The Eve Appeal (Reg. Charity No. 1091708).”

See my full disclaimer here:…

The views expressed on this site are the author’s own and are provided for informational purposes only. The author makes no warranties about the suitability of any product or treatment referenced or reviewed here for any person other than herself and any reliance placed on these reviews or references by you is done so solely at your own risk. Nothing on this site shall be construed as providing dermatological, medical or other such advice and you are always advised to seek the advice of a suitable professional should you have any such concerns.