Kiss Dry Goodbye

The gift box Kiss Dry Goodbye ensures soft, hydrated and glossy lips with three nourishing products. Gently scrub your lips with Açai facial Scrub Mask that works as a moisturizing treatment. Use the nourishing and protecting Intense Lip Treat afterwards. Or glow up on grey winter days with Andrea (02) that brings a glossy look and a golden red tone to your lips.

Kiss Dry Goodbye carries both the Nordic Swan Ecolabel and Ecocert COSMOS Organic – and the box itself is made from 100% recycled material.

Find out more about every single product and the design of the box further down this page.

Kiss Dry Goodbye is available while stocks last and cannot be combined with discounts.

Value: 71 € / 715 NOK / 515 DKK

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Adds moisture
Especially good for
All skin types

Kiss Dry Goodbye contains

Açai Facial Scrub Mask | Travelsize

Use the soft facial scrub as a moisturizing, nourishing and exfoliating lip peel.

Intense Lip Treat

Revitalizing care and nourishment for your lips; silky soft lip protection all year round.

Andrea (02)

Two in one lip care and lip gloss. Andrea (02) is intense and nourishing lip care combined with a red-brown tone and glossy look.

The box design

The beautiful print, in which we’ve dressed the gift box, is called Winter Poems and is the result of a creative collaboration between Rudolph Care founder Andrea Elisabeth Rudolph and artist Kristine Hellesøe. Exploring the many layers of the print, you will see the inspiration from the enchanting winter season.

The print is poetic with associations to snow, frost and winter magic that expresses my own design and Andrea’s thoughts on the wild, Nordic winter landscape and the contrast within the fragility of the snow and the ice. In my craft, I use paper of different qualities and thickness and often emboss it, so it gets a three-dimensional and vital look. Paper is a magical material. I have worked with many different techniques creating the wintery Rudolph Care print; layering watercolors, white paper silhouettes, embossed paper scraps, torn paper, and a bit of gold.

– Kristine Hellesøe