Vanity Fare: Festive beauty gift sets that just keep on giving

If you are having trouble shopping for Christmas gifts, consider the offerings from beauty brands. Photo: L’Occitane

Christmas is imminent, and with it, comes the mad rush to shop for gifts. Fortunately, beauty brands have come up with pretty little gift sets for the season.

Here's a look at a few that will keep most people happy.

A gift a day

Discover both iconic products and novelties of the season in L’Occitane’s advent calendar.

This holiday season, give yourself a surprise every day with the Classic or Premium set, both of which feature a generous selection of beauty favourites from the brand.

It has an array of travel-sized shower gels and hand creams among others and this calendar is a great way to count down to the holidays.

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Bold, bright colours

Innisfree’s Holiday edition products come packaged in bold, bright hues to help get you or a loved one in the mood to celebrate.

Whether you’re stocking up on your favourite products or have someone in mind for a gift, there’s bound to be a set for everyone.

Products available in the variety of gift options include star products like Vitamin C Green Tea Enzyme Brightening Serum, Retinol Cica Repair Ampoule and more.

Skincare essentials

This year, Kiehl’s partners with Icinori, husband-and-wife illustrator duo on the brand’s limited edition holiday collection.

The exclusive product assortment features four skincare essentials which are fan favourites.

The Super Multi-Corrective Cream, a luxurious, corrective cream which helps reduce and prevent seven signs of visible ageing; The Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Mask, which uses fairly traded Amazonian white clay to clear clogged pores; Ultra Facial Cream, a moisturiser that provides 24-hour hydration; and the Calendula Herbal-Extract Toner, which is formulated to relieve signs of distressed skin.

Encounters with the Amazon

Natura Malaysia’s holiday collection includes an assortment of 12 travel-sized products from the Ekos range, which is 100% vegan and made with ingredients from the Amazon that are harvested sustainably.

All these typical Brazilian beauty care products are inspired by local traditions, with the artwork on the packaging created by artist Winny Tapajos.

Hailing from the Tapajos, the indigenous illustrator’s work is an invitation to connect with the Amazon and its vibrant cultures.

This unique collection is a tribute to the power of Amazonian bio-beauty, offering scents, fruits, sensations, shapes and colours that define the essence of this diverse ecosystem

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Sensorial symphony

A generous offering of crowd-pleasing formulations, Aesop’s Majestic Melodies gift set is one of five kits within the brand’s Resonant Gestures range.

The collection is conceptualised as an ode to the power of song, allowing sound and rhythm to influence one’s psyche and surroundings.

A duet of Resurrection Aromatique Hand Wash and Hand Balm provide refreshment and replenishment throughout the day, while Rejuvenate Intensive Body Balm and Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser scent the skin in uplifting aromas.

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