Well on with today's post, My Little Subscription Box, if you haven't read my first post you can do so here.
January's subscription box came quite late in the month and February's Box arrived super early, so I've decided to do a combined post for you on both for this month. I hope that's ok.
Each month the My Little Box takes on a different theme. January's was that of wishes, perfect for the start of the new year centring around shaking things up, regenerating and starting from scratch.
The gifts inside the box fitted in perfectly with this theme, with a 2016 diary to help keep track of all the glittering and wonderful moments that will happen throughout the year.
I loved that it had illustrations at the start of each month and tear off corners when you had finished with a week.
You can also share the new year love with bracelets that have personalised message cards to send to friends with small reminders on.
The box also contained three beauty products lip solve, lip stick and cleanser.
When your lips are in good condition the perfect pairing to top those wonderful lips off is melted fuchsia liquid lipstick.
As you all know I'm not that great at looking after my skin and with a new baby definitely not, so anything that is quick and easy gets my vote. Ren gentle 3-In-1 cleansing water is perfect for removing make-up and toning the skin. It also has a wonderful scent of rose.
So my verdict on the January box... really positive, it had a lovely selection of gifts that fitted the theme brilliantly and I'm really looking forward to using all of them.
The theme for the February box, Home.
But lets get into the unboxing and see.
I was pleased that the box this month had three beauty products specifically targeted to help with the big chill, a mask peel, a hydrating moisturiser for the face to illuminate dry skin and a rich hand cream.
The Lapland hand cream (£16.90) screams Christmas in both name and design but despite this first impression it is a rich creamy formula with Arctic berries full of rich antioxidants. Maybe I shouldn't have been too quick to judge our Nordic friends as Poláar clearly know how to look after the pinky's.
The My Little World magazine for February offered lots of interior design ideas that really were Pinterest and Instagram worthy. They centred on using key items in the home to bring a room to life, and offered ideas for two key pieces a reversible photo frame and cushion to help achieve some of this at home.
Ok I'm going to be honest here I didn't really get the home box. I enjoyed it yes, as who doesn't like getting new surprises delivered through the post each month; but it seemed an oddly cobbled together box with home items that I doubt I will use. I did however love the beauty selection so a bit of a mixed bag.
What would be your favourite item? Are there any themes that you think would make a good box?
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