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Priceline Skincare Gift Bag 2015

19 June 2015
So Priceline's annual Skincare Gift Bag is back and this one is awesome!



The bag itself is a faux blue leather with laser cut circles with a green backing material. To qualify for the bag you must spend $69.00AUD or more over the following brands:

Antipodes, Biore, Burts Bees, Avene, Bondi Sands, Dr. Lewinns, Innoxa, Pure Paw Paw, Lanolips, Model Co, Jergens, Laboratoire Pharmaceutique, Le Tan, Montagne Jeunesse, Nuxe, Physiogel, Rosken, Swisspers, Palmers, Essano, Sukin, Thursday Plantation, Formula 10.0.6, Key Sun, L'Oreal, Neutrogena, Oxa, Bioderma, Nivea, & Garnier.

If you want to watch instead of read here is a little video showing the contents:



The contents are valued at over $400 and you can pick one up in store or online from the 18th June up to the 1st of July but don't dilly dally, stocks are limited so if you don't want to miss out get in ASAP!


In your bag you will find 4 vouchers for free products, it's a good idea to dig these out after making your purchase and going back in store for these 4 items.

Model Co Voucher - You get to choose your cleanser, I believe there were 3 options mentioned on the voucher, a cream cleanser, foam cleanser and gel cleanser. I opted for the cream cleanser because it's my preferred type from the range available.

Innoxa Voucher - You'll have the option to choose from the super sensitive cleansing milk, renew gel wash or renew exfoliator, I picked up the renew exfoliator.

Garnier Voucher - No options here, it's simply a voucher for the full size Miracle Skin Cream.

Physiogel Voucher - Again, there aren't any choices to be made with this voucher, just grab a tube of Calming Relief Cream and off you go!

I love that they have given you options for the cleansers you can choose, well done Priceline!



The rest of the items in the bag are as follows but keep in mind that the contents can vary.

Bondi Sands Reusable Tanning Mitt - Won't get any use out of this because I don't fake tan but the bestie will give it a good home!

Key Sun Pink Zinke SPF 50+ - Not sure that I'm cool enough to rock pink zinc but I'm sure I can find someone with a little girl who will get some use out of this in the summer, I imagine it would be like little girls war paint

Swisspers Make-up Pads - These are great and I'm really glad to see them in here, it's a useful product and will definitely get used up.


Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Hydrating Aloe Vera Lotion - I've not tried this before and I'm not so sure I will, Palmer's body lotions and I simply don't get along, will probably just pass this along so I don't have to deal with any allergic reaction risks

LeTan Fast Tan Dark Bronze Instant Tanning Mousse - Another one that will go straight to the bestie, she loves a good fake tan and even better when it comes at no cost!

Jergens Daily Moisture Hydrates & Smooths Body Lotion - Excited to have this, I've wanted to try Jergens since the brand arrived on Aussie shores but I was never going to buy anything while I had such a large stockpile of body lotions.

Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse - LOOK AT THE ITTY-BITTY BABY!!!! Absolutely adorable! While it may be a small sample at least it's in a beautiful glass bottle and not a shitty foil sachet.


Rosken Skin Boost Intensive Moisture Hand Cream - I think I have a life time supply of hand cream. Should probably pass some along!

Essano Rosehip Nourishing Hand Cream - Again, not in any dire need of hand creams but I'll be keen to try this one because it contains rosehip oil



Formula 10.0.6 Keep Me Clean Clarifying Facial Wipes - Not likely to use these on my face but they are a staple for any beauty blogger/vlogger and mum loves face wipes so these will be kept and used!

Swisspers Original Facial Cleansing Wipes - Again, happy to have these, once upon a time I would curse all wipes because they were over used by many and aren't even close to a good part of a skincare regime but I have learnt to appreciate that there is a time and a place for them. I'm glad to see a lot of useful staples included in the bag.

Biore Pore Unclogging Scrub - I'm pretty sure I've used this in the past and quite liked it and while it wasn't something I was desperate to keep in my routine on a permanent basis, I'm happy to have another tube for future use.

Neutrogena Deep Clean Facial Cleanser - I'm not Neutrogena's biggest fan and you won't see me cheering with pom pom's over this but I'm confident I can find it a new home




L'Oreal Revitalift Magic Blur - Silicone based primer, they aren't my preferred type but I'll give it a go.

Dr. Lewinn's Multi-Moisture Balm - This looks like it can be used as a hydrating mask, lip balm, makeup remover and hand & cuticle cream, being a balm I'll likely put this to use on my feet because it's not the sort of thing I like to use elsewhere on my body.

Sukin Detoxifying Clay Mask - Since trying Glam Glow I've lived with a dream of finding a comparable mud mask for a fraction of the cost, not sure if this one will be the golden ticket but I'll give it a go and keep my fingers crossed.

Garnier Miracle Skin Cream - This is a little sample tube of the product that is available to you as a full size if you utilise the coupon in the bag. I'll likely try this out and if I'm not a fan pass on the full size to someone who will get some use out of it.

Innoxa Organic Brightening Eye Cream - Love me an eye cream, I do, I do! This one contains rosehip too so I'm excited to have it.

Montagne Jeunesse Blemish Mud Mask - I just finished a big bottle of the standard mud mask they make and I was not a fan. This is single use so I'll happily give it a go but unless it's mind blowing I won't be rushing out to buy more.

Thursday Plantation Tea Tree & Witch Hazel Toner - The team over at Priceline have bagged these up well to prevent leakage and I really appreciate that, it's a sad thing to open a bag of goodies and find something has leaked inside. Good work Priceline.

Antipodes Apostle Skin Brightening Serum - Yay for the Antipodes! I'm keen to try this.

Avene Eau Thermale Spring Water - These always come in handy and every time they include one I'm pleased to have another.

Antipodes Vanilla Pod Hydrating Day Cream - I want to eat it. Not even joking a little bit.


Lanolips Lip Ointment in Rose - I have one of these and pulled it out to wear after finding this in the bag because I remember it being a pretty colour and lovely on the lips but it has gone bad so out with the old and in with the new!

Pure Paw Paw Ointment in Watermelon - It's watermelon! WATERMELON!!! I approve.

Nivea Lip Butter in Unscented - I hate these. Will not keep. Do not approve.

La Roche-Posay - Keen to try this out, it looks just like their Ceralip that I picked up in Paris and loved so I have high hopes for this one!

Burts Bees Red Dahlia Tinted Lip Balm - Help me Jesus I'm drowning in lip balm!! But will keep because I like the look of this one.

As mentioned earlier in the post, to qualify I had to spend $69.00AUD or more. I was determined to get this bag because I love blogging about them and this one looked like it was well worth it so when it came to picking up products to qualify I had some fairly strict rules.

I knew the only things I needed were wipes and body scrubs so that's what was on my radar while browsing.


I was grabbing some Formula 10.0.6 wipes when I spotted these packs on a side display, for less than $10 I was willing to give it a go and since I'm still a bit mud mask crazy this was difficult to pass up. They do have other types available as well.


The only body scrubs I could find with the qualifying brands were the Sukin Purifying Body Scrub, Garnier Body Tonic Smoothing Scrub and the Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Cocoa Body Scrub. The Garnier is a sure thing, I've tried it and know I like it, the Sukin is completely new to me but I'm taking a risk with the Palmer's, If I have an allergic reaction I'm wiping the brand completely. Pray for me.


I grabbed two packets of the Garnier Gentle Make-Up Remover Wipes and actually tried one last night. I do not approve so these will be strictly for swatch removal use.

As you clearly know, I do not need any more lip balm, but I've been wanting to try the Nuxe Reve De Miel for so damn long and with 20% off I just went for it. Drowning.

I needed to spend another $3 to qualify and since another lip balm was totally off the cards I grabbed one of the single use Montagne Jeuness Apricot Scrub Masks. I don't condone using scrubs this harsh but I'm keen to experience that intense polished and smooth skin just once more. It will be wonderful.

So that's all for today folks, if you're keen to get your hands on the Priceline Skin Care Gift Bag get off your tooshie and go do a little shopping, or stay on your tooshie and order online via Priceline.com.au.


What do you think of the contents of this years Priceline Skincare Gift Bag?


Links provided are for shopping examples only, I have personally purchased from some (not all) of these online stores but I highly recommend researching before buying. Items marked * were sent to me for trial and consideration, all other products were purchased by myself and I am in no way affiliated with any of the companies mentioned unless otherwise stated. All opinions are my own and based on my personal experience. Integrity Always..

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5 comments on "Priceline Skincare Gift Bag 2015"
  1. I absolutely love your sense of humour in your posts. It makes it a pleasure reading your blog.
    You are so lucky you got a deluxe sample bottle of Nuxe. I got none and my bag contents are exactly same as yours. Most of the beauties at BH forum claim they didn't get any nuxe.

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    1. Thank you love :D xx

      That's a shame about the Nuxe, I picked my bag up in Camberwell and I believe I was the first person out of the store with a bag so the Nuxe bottles could have been super limited. Would have been nice if they popped a little coupon in the bags that didn't get the Nuxe though!

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  2. What a great bag, so many goodies. You were in such need of replenishing your tiny skin care stash, lol!

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    1. Haha I was running dangerously low!! I couldn't resist this one, I absolutely had to blog about it!

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  3. I wonder what the next gwp from Priceline is going to be? This one is going to be hard to beat! Cute bag too, I'd use it as a beach or nappy bag I think. :) x

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