27 June 2014

Bonus box with my June box offer (April Glossybox)

I restarted my glossybox sub this month with a code and as part of the deal I received this box free and I just wanted to show you what I received. This was my free box and it was a Glossybox from April, probably from their stockpile of boxes.
But what did I receive?

Looking in the box I was happy to see as Mememe product as well as a brush but what are these products?

The first product in this box is a lip brush, L312, from Emite make up. This is a slanted lip brush that is make from synthetic taklon hair that is allergy free and easy to clean after use.
This is full sized and worth £17.

The second item in this box is from Monu Spa and is a Warming Ginger Massage and Body Oil. This has a really good ginger smell and according to the description it can be used in the bath as well as a massage and body oil and that is probably how I will use it. 
Although I do think of morning sickness when I think of ginger I don't mind this scent as it is more spicy than ginger beer or ginger biscuits in my opinion and is a great scent. I received a 30ml sample and that is worth £7.50.

The next item in the box is from Mememe and it is their Beat the Blues in the shade Pearl Pink. It is a highlighter in a pale pink shade.
This is full sized and worth £5.50.

The next product in the box is from Unica Cosmetics and it is their Radiance Plus cream. This is a 100% natural and organic moisturiser that has a strong smell of rosehip oil and is quite rich so a little goes a long way. I don't know the size of the sample but it is small and seems rather like a free product you will get with purchase.

The final product in the box is a dry shampoo and I am quite familiar with the brand as I often buy their products when reduced in Asda. This is by TRESemme and is their Instant Refresh Cleansing Dry Shampoo.
I haven't tried it yet so I can't tell you what is like but we recieved 100ml and that is worth £2.49.

So, there is my bonus Glossybox and all the products look good and I look forward to using them.


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