Colder, darker nights mean we are more prone to find comfort at home, and holy smokes i have found the perfect beauty pamper box to make this transition cosy, enjoyable and sumptuous.
Even though this isn’t marketed as an Autumn themed beauty box, i ask myself why?
This box of goodies has Autumn plastered all over it. Costing £35, the contents inside are worth over £150.
I think it is an absolute steal, and one i couldn’t resist.
The box includes the following, and i have added a little side-note detailing why i think they are Autumn worthy:
Lipstick Queen – Nothing But The Nudes lipstick: A lovely nude mauve shade, a really easy and natural shade to wear. Perfect all year around, but personally a shade i tend to reach for in the colder months.
Olverum – Bath Oil: Ditch slathering on cold moisturiser after you have had a bath. Who wants all that jazz? Just add a glug of this to your bath. Soft, smooth skin, and all you have to do is lie there and relax. There is 10 essential oils packed in to this bath oil, and the scent is invigorating and relaxing.
Sanctuary Spa – Purifying Charcoal Bubble Sheet Mask: Sheet masks are my all time favourite, sitting on the couch snug as a bug. Just don’t try and drink your cuppa with one on, been there done that. It doesn’t end very well.
Jurlique – Rose Moisture Plus Moisturising Cleanser: Rose oil helps dry skin. Personally my skin becomes very dry in the colder months. I tried this cleanser last night, as my second cleanse. I like it, the rose scent is beautiful. It was soft and creamy, and left my skin feeling smooth.
The White Company – Orange Grove Scented Candle: Cosy nights in, equals all the CANDLES. I have tried a couple of The White Company candles before, and they are truly beautiful. This mini one is perfect for your bedside table.
The White Company -Seychelles Hand & Nail Cream: Colder weather dries our hands, fact. This handy travel size hand cream is handy to pop in your handbag and lather on throughout the day.
Balmi- Super Cube Lip Balm in Mint: If you don’t need to use a lip balm in the colder months, I envy you. I feel the majority of our lips become a lot more chapped. This quirky packaged lip-balm will be right at home in your handbag.
Soigne- Nail Polish in Betteraves Rouge: I have tried Soigne nail polishes before and i like them. This colour is perfect for Autumn or Winter.
Dr Organic – Rose Otto Facial Serum: I couldn’t be without a facial oil in the colder months. With the wind, rain and central heating zapping all the moisture out of our skin. A little applied alone, or mixed in to a moisturiser will help to hydrate and nourish the skin.
Argan – Moroccan Spice Oil Infused Body Wash: This smells like cinnamon. The scent is basically Autumn in one sniff. It lathers up, and as it is oil based, it leaves the skin super soft and smooth.
Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Hair Healer Leave-in Conditioner: Again, the wind, rain and central heating combo. It zaps the moisture out of our hair. This leave-in conditioner should help towards sorting this out.
JF Lazartigue -Soy Milk Strengthening Shampoo: This shampoo states it helps shield the hair from dryness, so perfect for any time of the year, but particularly when it’s really cold or hot.
Caudalie – Vinoperfect Radiance Serum: This serum claims to reduce dark spots and reveal brighter skin. I have tried a couple of serums from Caudalie, and i liked them all. Especially the Vinosource Thirst Quenching Serum.
Kneipp – Mineral Bath Salt in Balancing Lavender: I adore bath salts, a warm hot bath on a cold night is my definition of perfection. Lavender is one of my favourite essential oils, and i can’t wait to give these a whirl.
Margerat Dabbs – Glass Nail File: Nail files are essential all year round, but i must admit once you use a glass one you will be hooked. The glass seals keratin together which prevents nails, from chipping and breaking.
So what do you think?
Autumn in a box huh?
Do you think you may pick this box up?
(This item is not gifted, nor is the post sponsored. I just think it’s a really amazing box, which has a bargain price-tag).