Best Gift Sets in Superdrug

With Christmas just around the corner, present buying is at the forefront of my mind. Presents for mums, dads, siblings and secret Santas are a necessarily evil. So I’ve put together a guide of the best gifts available at Superdrug, for both the women, and the men in your life.

For the makeup addict

Tanya Burr 'It's Kissmas' Lip Gloss Duo - £6

This cute lip gloss set is great if you’re on a budget or got a limit for something such as a secret Santa. The lip glosses are really comfortable on the lips and the colours are very wearable.

Makeup Revolution HD Pro Strobe Revolution Gift Set - £20

With strobing becoming increasingly popular, this set includes everything you’ll need to strobe to perfection – it comes with a strobing palette, two different brushes and a cream strobing stick.

Real Techniques Deluxe Holiday Set - £20

This beautiful brush set from Real Techniques is great value for money – the quality is amazing and they look gorgeous too. For £20 you get five makeup brushes as well as a clutch.

For the one who loves to pamper

Zoella Spa in a Jar - £11

Zoella’s range of products is super popular and for good reason. There is a huge range of gift sets and exclusives in the Christmas collection this year but this is my favourite. It includes a shower gel and body lotion, both gingerbread scented.

Baylis & Harding Jojoba, Silk & Almond Oil Star Gift Set - £50

This may be pricey but it’s a perfect gift for mum (or anyone who loves some TLC). Not only does it look stunning but it also contains Jojoba, Silk and Almond oil scented body wash, shower crème, body butter, body lotion and bath crystals.

For the man in your life

L'Oréal Men Expert Ultimate Hydration Kit Hydra Power Set - £14

This set contains a shower gel, face wash and a face moisturizer, as well as a plastic water bottle to keep whoever receives this gift hydrated.

Paco Rabanne 1 Million Eau de Toilette Spray 50ml - £43

You can never go wrong with getting someone a perfume or aftershave for Christmas – this is one of my favourites.

Edited by Susan Akyeampong