Eisenberg Beauty is an extremely comprehensive beauty range of mostly skincare and fragrance that’s been around for a fair while (almost 15 years) in various other countries, but for some reason, it’s only just arrived here. Consequently it’s an established brand with key customer favourites, a solid reputation and a luxury price tag. Boots have taken the whole range on (I believe it’s close to 200 products) so it’ll be really interesting to see how such a luxury range does on the High Street.
I’m not even going to try and tackle the product range in detail as it’s truly mind-boggling (I feel very sorry for the UK PRs – they’ve got their work cut out!) but to give you an idea, the skincare range is the most dominant, although they do have quite a few fragrances and there’s also a foundation that I really, really want to try. I have a couple of the skincare items and the fragrance, so I’ll be reviewing them soon. The skin, body, men and sun ranges are all colour-coded and there is literally every skincare product you can think of, broken down into categories depending on their purpose. All skincare products are paraben-free and the focus seems to mostly be anti-ageing, one way or another, however, they do have a purifying range, so don’t assume that every product is overly rich and aimed at maturer skin types. The brand is luxury so the prices vary; the cheapest I’ve managed to find is the Toning Lotion at £30, the Moisturising Smoothing Serum is £60, the Pure White All Over Nourishing Cream (pictured) is £99 and the fragrances start at £44 for 30ml. Have a mosey at the full range here – link – but you might want to make sure you have plenty of time to do so!