Since transitioning into a fully vegan diet in May I have become more aware of natural products and I’m more concerned with what I put into and on my body. I for some reason have always swayed away from natural beauty products because I always had the idea in my head that they didn’t work. I don’t know where this thought came from but now I know thats ridiculous! Natural products are so much better for your health and the environment then man made chemical products. I can only really think of two brands that use mostly natural ingredients in their products, Lush and The Body Shop so its always a nice to find other brands who use not only natural but organic ingredients in their products. Nourish Beauty Box* is a monthly subscription box which delivers you three full size beauty products and a limited edition tote bag every month, which are all cruelty free and use only natural, paraben free ingredients. Included in July’s box was a Seraphine Botanicals kabuki brush, Prim Botanical perfume oil and Balanced Guru facial serum.
Seraphine Botanicals Bamboo Kabuki Brush (Worth $25/£20) – I have been using this kabuki brush for the past month to apply setting powder and I forgot how much I loved these types of brushes! I haven’t used a kabuki brush in years but I absolutely love how this one applies product. It helps me get the most flawless base and set to my foundation. It picks up a nice amount of product and is one of the softest brushes I’ve ever felt. The bristles are synthetic and completely cruelty free.
Prim Botanicals Mademoiselle Swell Perfume Oil (Worth $42/£33) – I don’t know if I’ve been living under a rock or something but I have never come across a perfume oil before but I actually love the idea of it. I wasnt keen on the scent at first but it has grown on me, it is very floral with a hint of citrus which is perfect for summer and is so handy as it comes in a small compact tube so you can bring it with you on the go. Even though it is a small tube it is a roll on product so you don’t need to use much, the scent is powerful and lasts for hours. I definitely think I’ll be looking into more perfume oils as they’re so convenient!
Balanced Guru Nourish Me Facial Serum (Worth $22.99/£18) – I love a good facial serum and this one has made it into my favourites. It is so light that you can even use it through the day without looking greasy. It’s full of natural organic oils which leave your skin feeling hydrated and revived. Although it is a light oil it is still suitable for use overnight and will not clog your pores like some heavier oils can do. This serum has a slight scent and you get a whiff of it every so often but I really like the scent as it is all natural with no added perfumes.
Eco Friendly Tote Bag (Worth $22.95/£18) – Each monthly beauty box comes with a uniquely designed tote bag which is limited edition to each months box. This month it is of the cutest dancing fruit and veg! I have been using this bag so much this month, its especially great for food shopping.
You can choose between subscription packages with Nourish Beauty Box, you can purchase one box monthly which is $34.95 and works out to be about £27. Or you can subscribe to a three month or six month deal which gives you a little discount on each box. The total price for all of the items in every box works out to be worth at least $70 which is approx £55, which I think is really good as you’re getting full sized products every time. You can even repurchase the products from in each months box on their website if you really like it, and don’t have to go searching the web to repurchase. Nourish Beauty Box offers free shipping worldwide so you don’t have to pay extra which is a huge bonus!
Overall I love this beauty box as every time you’re guaranteed cruelty free, natural products that are really good quality. I would definitely recommend this box to anyone who is wanting to get into and try more natural beauty products.
*I was kindly sent July’s Nourish Beauty Box to review but I have not been paid to write a positive review, all opinions in this blog post are my own and 100% honest. All prices in pounds are approximate, I used Google money conversion to work the prices out.