So I tried out this kit marketed to women after having a great experience with Mikel Kristi Bio Peptide Hydrating Lotion. In looking back at the five-star review I wrote for that product, I'm surprised that my review is an upper outlier, but in reading the complaints I'm seeing these are fairly trivial: no safety seals, already-reached expiration dates, and no listed ingredients. I personally didn't witness any of these issues, and I continue to successfully use this product with no issues after first trying it a few months ago. Makes me wonder what's up with that: are these real reviews? Now, as far as this kit containing four 0.17oz bottles is concerned, I've admittedly only been using two of these products: Bio Peptide Revitalizing Serum and C-Radiance Moisturizer. The reason I haven't been using the other two is because I generally don't need a specialized skincare to wash my face, in this case Refreshing Botanical Wash, or a serum to be used during the day, in this case Vital A Rejuvenating Serum. I've had a good experience with the two products I've tried, with Bio Peptide Revitalizing Serum being far better than average amongst the other serums I've tried, and with C-Radiance Moisturizer amongst the best of the facial moisturizers I've tried, along with the other aforementioned five-star product I've tried, Bio Peptide Hydrating Lotion. I've been using Neutrogena Triple Protect Face Lotion for Men a long time, and after experimenting with dozens of other face lotions from other brands over the last several months I've come to realize that while Neutrogena really is the holy grail of men's post-shave lotions, other face lotions not necessarily marketed for this purpose also work well. Sometimes considerably much better than post-shave lotions. For example, I offered a disclaimer in a recent review for OxygenCeuticals Post-Procedure Skin Care kit that "I haven't been using it as part of a post-procedural routine, but for post-shave facial care, which can sometimes feel like a dermatological procedure has taken place, albeit as an endless daily occurrence." I use face lotions either after I shave with a blade, or after using my stubble guard, and the Mikel Kristi products I've favorably reacted to here are extremely effective in both scenarios, although none of these provide the sunscreen needed for my fair skin like Neutrogena provides. I've tried other face lotions costing as much as $200, and while Mikel Kristi is more expensive than average I plan to continue using the three products I've mentioned in my rotation alongside some of my other favorite post-shave lotions for situations in which I especially care about my appearance. As is the case with Neutrogena, be aware that Mikel Kristi tends to leave a slight shine, so it may not be the right fit for you if you prefer a matte finish.