It’s that time again! Another month, another Glossybox! This April, Glossybox focused on being more economical and earth-savvy with their product choices. So here are my first impressions of this limited edition ‘Natural Beauty’ box!
From Top to Bottom: Opening the Glossybox, the goodies inside, Figs & Rouge Lip Balm, Philip B Styling Gel, Monu Professional Skincare Hand & Nail Cream, Caudalie Vinosource SOS Thirst-Quenching Serum & Inika Cosmetics Certified Organic Lip Liner.
Glossybox states that: “In a limited edition 100% biodegradable box bursting with ethical goodies, indulge in your beauty needs without battling your inner eco-warrior.”
My overall impression of this box so far (without having tested the products), is that again, it’s another half love/half dislike box. The lip balm and hand & nail cream are perfect for someone like me, who loves their everyday essentials! But as for the styling gel and the lip liner, I don’t generally use either of them, and have never thought about using them. However, I guess this is what Glossybox aims to do, to provide product samples which we would never dream of using, in order to expand our knowledge and maybe even discover our new favourite product. Some bloggers don’t see how ‘natural’ and ‘ecological’ this box is, but I believe it is, as all of the products are either organic, botanical or are deemed ‘good for the environment’. It is again, down to personal taste which makes writing and reading these reviews much more exciting!
I would rate this box at 3 out of 5. It’s okay but most of the products are not to my liking. Who knows though, once I have tested them out, I might love them! I do love how Glossybox varies their editions up though, and I think a ‘Natural beauty’ box is a good idea for making Glossybox different to the other beauty box brands out there!
What are your thoughts on this month’s ‘organic’ Glossybox? Look out for product reviews in the next couple of weeks!