*Disclaimer – AD – I get sent the LoveLula Beauty Subscription Box for being one of their Accredited Bloggers. This doesn’t affect my opinion on the products.
February is my birthday month so I always have high hopes for subscription boxes during this month. I want them to be extra special as a birthday gift to me. Ya know what? LoveLula nailed it this month. It’s a box packed full of goodies for a bargain price starting from £12.71 per month. You can even buy a one-off box for £19.95. Here’s the link to the Beauty Boxes. This month’s box is worth £60!!
Here’s what’s in it. (Unboxing video at the bottom of the page).
Natural Perfume Oil by Walden
This perfume oil is called A Gentle Rain. It’s a glass bottle with a rollerball application. It’s a blend of oak moss, labdanum and patchouli. I love the smell of patchouli. This settles on your skin to be a beautiful fragrance. I’ve noticed they also sell it in a spray bottle, which would be lovely. You can see this product here.
Hot Cocoa Lip Balm by Crazy Rumours
This lip balm smells like you’ve just taken a big slurp of hot chocolate. It’s delicious smelling. It makes me want to eat it (and because of its 100% natural ingredients, you could, but don’t). It’s vegan and certified cruelty free. It’s packed full of nourishing ingredients such as shea butter, jojoba oil and macadamia seed oil and will look after your lips this winter. You can purchase this product from here.
Soothe Sleep Oil by Seascape Island Apocathary
I really like the brand Seascape Island Apocathary. They make some beautiful products and this is one of them, being a multi-award winning product. I’d never tried this before so it was a lovely product to have in this month’s box. The packaging is lovely. A cardboard box and inside a glass bottle with a roller ball applicator. Containing only 100% natural essential oils, it’s safe for use during pregnancy and is suitable for vegetarians. The fragrance is lavender and three other fruit and flower essential oils. To use, you apply a small amount under your nose and to your temples. It’s coined as a “Lullaby in a bottle”. Yes, please! You can shop for this product here.
Face Balm by Balm Balm
This balm comes in a plastic tube inside a cardboard box. I don’t like the plastic but I do know Balm Balm have completely overhauled their packaging to come in glass jars (yay!). I’ve been using this on my hands as they’re super dry lately. Although it’s sold as a face balm, it says on the packaging it can also be used as a multipurpose balm is the ingredients are so natural and gentle, it’s suitable for use even on babies. It’s also 100% organic (again, yay!). You can buy this product here.
Gentle Moisturiser by PHB Ethical Beauty
I’ve saved the best for last. This little bad boy is certified organic, not tested on animals, they’re a 100% vegan company and 20% of their profits go to charity. They’re eco-friendly and palm oil free. It’s handmade in the UK. The moisturiser comes in a glass bottle with a pump action applicator, inside a cardboard box. Whilst it’s free from essential oils and artificial fragrance there is a gorgeous, delicate fragrance but it isn’t overpowering. It’s a super light moisturiser that absorbs into your skin really quickly. You can find this product here.
As you can see, it’s another great Beauty Box again this month. Here’s the unboxing video.
You can read more of my green beauty posts here.