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It’s my favourite time of the month again. Yep, LoveLula Beauty Box arrival. This month’s box is worth £48. You can buy a one off box, but I highly recommend a subscription as it’s the best value and well worthwhile.
So, what’s in this month’s box?
Joik Organic & Zojo Beauty Elixirs
These are both sample sachets but as they’re included in the beauty box, you get 25% off if you’re buying anything from their range this month. Joik is a brand I’ve used a couple of times before and I’ve liked their products. I’d like to try more from them in the future.
I’m not sure how much of a benefit I’ll get from trialling one sachet of this, but I’ll give it a go. I’ve never tried anything from Zojo Beauty Elixirs before.
Nature’s Kitchen Kiwi, Apple & Cucumber Skin Soothing Face Wash
I’d just finished the face wash I was using so I was pleased to see this in this month’s box. I like a cream face wash. This comes in a plastic tube with a squirty top. This one is said to cleanse away impurities and toxins for smoother, softer and youthful-looking skin. This has some lovely ingredients in it. Nature’s Kitchen use high end and organic ingredients, for example, Vitamins A, B3, C and E, along with nature’s organic green fruits of apple guava, fennel, spinach and kale. You can find this product here.
Ooh! – Oils of Heaven Organic Apricot Revitalising Face Oil
The packaging if this oil pleases me. It comes in a glass bottle with a dropper pipette. It’s a beautiful colour, this oil. This is made from apricot kernels and is especially wonderful because it resembles the natural sebum produced by our skin. This oil is great for mature skin and also for dry and sensitive skin types. You can see this product here.
Ayumi Coconut Enriched Hair Oil
This product comes in a plastic bottle with a squeezy top lid. So, this organic coconut oil is said to be wonderfully rich and moisturising and is traditionally used by women in India to nourish their scalp, roots and hair. I haven’t used this product yet because I only wash my hair every four or five days. What I’ll be interested in seeing is how easy it is to wash out. I’ll have to report back on my Instagram if you’re interested too. You can find this product here.
Madara Hemp Hemp Lip Conditioning Balm
Madara is a brand that we see quite a lot of in the beauty boxes and this pleases me very much because I’m a big Madara fan! Who doesn’t want a hydrating and protecting lip balm this time of year? This lip balm comes in a tube with a slanted flat part for application. It has a very mild citrussy and nutty smell to it. I really like it. In fact, this product, in general, is a bit hit for me. You can see this product here.