We’ve had to wait a little while longer for our February boxes as The Cruelty Free Beauty Box were waiting on a supplier to complete the boxes. These issues can’t be helped, but the box was most certainly not disappointing!
Here is a summary of my first impressions!
This box contains the following:
- Balade En Provence Solid Night Cream (RRP £19.95)
- The Salt Parlour Bath & Body Oil (RRP £16.95)
- PITT BALM Deodorant Balm (RRP £5)
- Ben & Anna Toothpaste White (RRP £8.95)
- Lue by Jean Seo Fade (RRP 14.95)
- London Copyright Eyeshadow (RRP £4.50)
- Moo Free Cinder Toffee (RRP £3)
- Good4u Veggie Protein Shots (RRP £1)
- Bamboo Desire Massage Hairbrush (RRP £12.95)
The value of the box adds up to a nice £87.25. It’s not their best value box to date but I am so excited to try so many of these products!
Pictured above is the Ben & Anna toothpaste. I’ve used Ben & Anna products before. I bought a deodorant stick in Amsterdam last year when I had forgotten to pack my own and I absolutely loved it. The only thing I didn’t love was the price point!
I haven’t yet tried the toothpaste as I haven’t finished my existing tube, but I love the minty smell and it looks nice and easy to use. And with the added bonus of being in a recyclable glass jar, this looks like a promising swap!
I love a good deodorant spray swap and I’ve found balms really nice and easy to use, as well as really refreshing. The PITT BALM comes in a handy sized tin which can be carried in your handbag for those pit emergencies! I recommend checking out their website for their full range of products.
The Balade En Provence night cream block looks great. With lots of companies moving towards less packaging and naked products, this looks like a great swap. In the previous box, I received a gorgeous smelling hand cream which is incredible so I have high hopes for the night cream.
You’ll likely be seeing a few more blog posts in future with the details of these products when I finally get round to trying them.