Glow season: Tula releases Radiance Routine Kit

Want to try out Tula but have no clue where to start? Thankfully the brand has just released an amazing set that gives you a great routine for summer.

The Radiance Routine Kit, released earlier this month, is a four-piece kit that comes housed in a limited-edition bag by LA artist D’Ara Nazaryan. This set is a great way to try out some of Tula’s best-selling products and it also saves you a ton of money too ($94 USD valued at $157 USD).

Tula Radiance kit

Included in this set is the Cult Classic Purifying Face Cleanser, the Brightening Treatment Drops Triple Vitamin C Serum, the Protect + Glow Daily Sunscreen SPF 30 Gel, and the Rose Glow & Get It Cooling & Brightening Eye Balm.

I use all of these products currently and I can tell you, they are all incredible.  The cleanser, eye balm, and sunscreen are all on regular rotation and the vitamin C serum is amazing to use every morning for more refreshed and glowing skin.

This set is amazing for summer since it helps to give you protected and glowing skin. All of the products are also formulated with ingredients that are good for you, as well as probiotics and prebiotic extracts and superfoods.

Tula Radiance Routine kit

Even if you already have some of these products already, I would still recommend picking this set up since you essentially get $50 off it. ┬áLike I said, I use the majority of these items already (I *swear* by the cleanser and sunscreen), so it’s a great time to pick them up and a few other goodies at a reduced price. They also come in a great travel bag that is large enough to fit probably another five skincare products in (it could also double as a bathing suit bag too!), so this is the set that just keeps on giving.

As always, if you are interested in picking this up, don’t forget to use code SHAYNA for 15% off your tula.com order (brings the kit down to only $80.75 USD).

Do you use any of these Tula products already?

Please note, products provided by PR. All opinions are my own.

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