If you follow my blog regularly you will know that I’m a lover of subscription boxes. I love the knock at the door and the little boxes and never know what they contain. I have tried a few and even Ryan and Jordanna have their own little monthly boxes.
This time it’s the turn of BirchboxThe Birchbox is a monthly subscription box full of samples of skincare, make up and beauty extras for women. There is a men’s box too which I’m assuming contains similar products designed for males.
The samples are carefully sourced from well known brands and emerging companies.
If you like the samples in the box then you are able to purchase the full size versions directly from the Birchbox shop. There is also a loyalty rewards programme that rewards everytime you purchase or refer friends.
Well my Birchbox arrived in a very strong box wrapped in Orange ribbon.
Inside the box was a cute little drawstring bag with the Birchbox logo on. It was a nice touch and yet another surprise to unwrap.
And here are the contents of this months Birchbox.
There is are note cards inside too explaining all the items and how to use them incase your not too sure.
In my box there was- KMS Californis Hair Play 75ml a spray to refresh and thicken limp looking hair.
UltraDex Interdental Brushes they gently clean between teeth removing built up plaque and debris.
Egyptian Magic All Purpose Skin Cream x 3 healing skin cream satchets with 6 natural ingredients and can be applied to hair too.
Laura Mercier Foundation Primer probably my favourite overall. A creamy gel that keeps make up looking fresh all day long.
Dr Brandit Microdermabrasion an exfoliant to brighten up skin and reduce lines.
Dr Lipp nipple balm for lips hydrates and repairs dry skin.
The Balm Cosmetics: Stainiac two in one lip gloss and cheek stain.
Birchbox costs just £10 per month and can be cancelled any time on a recurring subscription. There are also options to sign up for six months and a year and you will receive discounts for doing so.
This months Birchbox contained a total of 8 sample products plus a handy little bag which could be used for make up or toiletries. It is definitely worth the £10 per month and I think it’s a great idea to offer the full sized products should you like the samples.
How do you feel about the LM primer?