Nourish Beauty Box Review March 2019
Nourish Beauty Box is a monthly, cruelty-free, ingredient-conscious subscription box for beauty enthusiasts!. They believe in making conscious choices, of being mindful of what’s put in and on our bodies. Living well starts with loving yourself, and what better way to cultivate personal compassion than a consistent box of bliss filled with beautifully crafted, organic, cruelty-free products. They kindly sent us this box for review.
March Box Details
Prepare for an intense and truly personal experience with our latest curation of pampering products dedicated to improving your overall wellbeing and helping to perfect the quality and the experience of your sensitive skin.
March is the month when spring begins and hopefully brings around the nicer weather so it’s great to receive items that can help lighten up and brighten your beauty routine. The items in this month’s Nourish Beauty Box have a fresh hint to them that will definitely match the season ahead. From shimmer to bright scents, the spring vibes are starting to pop in!
Here’s a look at what was in this month’s Nourish Beauty Box ($63.98 Total Value):
Nourish Naturals Glance Eyeshadow Duo ($12.99)
A duo of golden and dark olive tones harmonically complementing each other whilst creating an earth inspired look.
I wouldn’t normally go to brown tones as my eye shadow color of choice but these neutrals are really pretty and rather subtle when applied. The gold color is a shimmery metallic that’s light yet buildable for more pop. The brown color is more of a metallic bronze color when applied and isn’t overly dark but would be great for accenting the eyelid crease. These could each easily be used on their own or would work well together too.
Seraphine Botanicals Camelina + Strobe Primer ($18)
A rose water based glow enhancing primer that provides a smooth and lustrous coat, perfect for your makeup application.
This primer is intended to be used as a base for makeup application and can be worn under foundation, concealer, etc. It is a light cream consistency that rubs in easily leaving a lightweight matte look. It does have a very iridescent finish to it that would help enhance your skin’s glow and revive dullness. I would say this could be used alone as a highlighter on cheekbones or anywhere you want extra attention too. The ingredients include rose hydrosol which helps balance skin’s pH levels and camelina seed oil that helps brighten skin. I like that this seems like a versatile product and think the iridescence is great for the sunny season ahead.
Wyldflower Labs Exfoliating Foot Salve ($12.99)
Gentle and incredibly effective foot balm with natural acids that penetrate dry and chapped skin to heal, rejuvenate and begin the exfoliating process of dead skin.
This product is perfect for the upcoming sandal season! Not only does this foot balm moisturize and soothe tired feet but the addition of AHA lactic acid helps to exfoliate by accelerating skin renewal and cell turnover. The consistency isn’t exactly what I expected as I thought it might be thicker and creamier but it’s actually very light and almost a bit runny. I’m sure this doesn’t affect the moisturizing properties but it’s different than most foot products I’ve tried. It says it helps soften hard and calloused skin so I’m intrigued to see how well it works.
Paavani Ayurveda Tridoshic Spritzer ($20)
Aiming to create the perfect balance between your energies, this organic blend of fragrant botanical essences bring harmony and bliss to your being spritz by spritz.
This aura spritz is intended to bring balance to your space and mind. You can spritz as a body spray or just into the air around you. It would be great for use in enhancing a meditation or yoga practice or even just to help you start your day on the right foot after an awakening shower. The aroma comes from lavender, geranium, wild orange and cedar atlas essential oils and is both uplifting and grounding – a wonderful balance that brings your senses to center. The oils are all certified organic and 100% natural.
Nourish Beauty Box Review March 2019 – Final Thoughts
My favorite product from this month’s Nourish Beauty Box is the Tridoshic Spritzer because I like that the ingredients are all organic and I think I will get the most use out of this one. I like the other items included and will certainly try them out too but the aura spray is so versatile and is easy to use that I see it coming in handy most. I am also very curious about the exfoliating foot scrub because it would be fantastic if a product could help soften skin that normally has to be scrubbed away. I like that once again there is variety in the products included and it’s not only makeup, but body items too.
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Nourish Beauty Box is a monthly, cruelty-free, ingredient conscious subscription box for beauty enthusiasts.