The Natural Beauty Box: Christmas Box!

If you have not heard about The Natural Beauty Box, get ready!  One of my favourite boxes on the market, this monthly subscription is always jam packed with green goodies to the value of around £50 for only £24.95.  I have been envious of all the amazing boxes since first hearing about them, and I have finally managed to get my hands on one thanks to the generosity of Emma, the owner of this wonderful company.  

The Natural Beauty Box released two themed boxes this winter: I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas, and Hibernate.  The first of the two included some of my favourite products, including the beautifully iridescent Stardust by Nailberry, the refreshing facial wipes from RawGanic, and one of the highly pigmented Bellapierre shimmer powders.  Since I already own four out of the five items in I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas, I chose to receive the Hibernate Box.

- Ignore the Glossybox box -- I reused the original packaging already! -

Hibernate includes everything you could possibly need to get through this dark, dry winter (everything except the hot cocoa that is!).  Before I even opened the box I could smell the delightful scents coming from inside -- woody and rich, and full of warmth is the best way I can describe the collection.  And what I love most is that this box does not just target the skin like a lot of other 'wintery' releases.  The Natural Beauty Box has considered the struggles with mood as well as with weather, which for someone who struggles with severe seasonal ups and downs, is so appreciated.

So without further ado, the Hibernate Box!:

1 soy candle from Tension Takeaway in the scent Woodland Wonder 
1 handmade soap from Nurturing Soul (£4.80)
3 facial oils from Le Mont Botanique (£17.00)
3 handmade bath truffles from GK Natural Creations (£8.85)
1 copy of The Little Green Book of Beauty: 250 tips for an eco lifestyle by Sarah Callard (£6.99)

Rose, Lavender, and Orange bath truffles from GK Natural Creations:
I have yet to find the time to use these (the problem with being always on the go and busy!), but am planning on a bath this weekend.  If the smell reflects how good they are, then they will be the best bath bombs I have ever used.  These are smaller than the usual size for a bath truffle or bomb, but judging by the smell, they are the perfect portion for a single bath each.

Rosewood, Cedarwood, and Pine soy candle from Tension Takeaway:

This candle has been helping me through the darker days, and smells like I am taking a stroll through nature.  Made with vegan eco-soy (meaning friendlier for the environment and for animals!), this candle is meant to have a burn time of 30 hours, plus is designed to target stress, insomnia, and headaches.

The Little Green Book of Beauty:
I like to think I am pretty tuned in and informed in regards to natural beauty and healthy living (I wouldn't be blogging about it otherwise!), but this book has some tips in it that were new even to me!  For example, have you heard of the antifungal qualities of garlic?  Or what about the benefits of an ionic toothbrush?  Don't worry, me neither!  But thanks to this book, I am now even more up to date with the latest information regarding living an eco-lifestyle.

Pine Tea with Cedarwood, and Juniper Berry hand soap from Nurturing Soul:

I am currently using up another hand soap, but I am so looking forward to treating my hands with this naturally detoxifying and antimicrobial/antibacterial bar.  Not only does it have the perfect ingredients to soothe the damage done by the dry winds, but it is four core nourishing elements: shea, sweet almond, olive, and coconut!

100% Organic Unrefined Rosehip Oil from Le Mont Botanique:

I have posted about this facial oil before, and I am thrilled to have three further bottles of it to use!

With an RRP of nearly £50, this seasonal box brings it all.  Pick up your very own before they disappear over at The Natural Beauty Box.

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