Boxwalla – A Brief History of Timeless Things

 

My December Boxwalla box arrived a couple of days ago and I had to go and get it from the sorting office yesterday. I am always really excited to receive these boxes, they are so beautifully put together, with interesting brands and products.

I did a recent post outlining my experience with Boxwalla over the last year (find that here) and it proved really popular, so I thought I would share this box with you as soon at it arrived as I know many of you enjoy seeing the contents. This box is still available as a one time purchase, so I will leave the link to it below. Obviously this won’t be an in depth review of the performance of the products, as I have only just started using them, but my first impressions.

 

Boxwalla is a bi-monthly subscription with a different theme for each box. This boxes theme is – A Brief History of Timeless Things:

“With three beautiful products, each a carrier of culture, telling stories that began 5000 years ago from Egypt, Rome, Oman, Namibia, India and more.”

The box has a really nice festive feel to it. The contents feel special and the ingredients definitely fit the Holiday season mood. There are three products in the box, one full size and two very generous trial sizes. I have said it before but I appreciate that this box isn’t full of fiddly sachets, every product gives a generous amount of use.

Lepaar Precious face oil – I was incredibly excited to see this Australian brand featured in the box as I had been curious about their range. This face oil features sixteen biodynamic, wildcrafted and organic botanicals, including pomegranate, papaya and sea buckthorn. The essential oil blend couldn’t be more apt, with Frankincense, Myrrh and Gold. It smells incredible, earthy and spicy and I am obsessed with the Lepaar branding. I haven’t been this excited about a brand in a long time.

Dafna’s Eye care – I am pretty obsessed with all the Dafna’s products I have tried, the nutrition is my current night cream of choice and the cleansing balm is divine. Eye care is quite a unique product as it has the texture of an eye gel, but feels really moisturising like a cream. It features rosehip oil, soothing calendula oil and hibiscus extract.

Rebel and Mercury candle – I love candles and this one is a gorgeous blend of Cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. It features coconut wax rather than soy or petroleum based wax and has an incredible scent throw. I have nearly finished mine and loved every second of it, the house smells fantastic now. If you are in the US this is a brand to check out!

 

I have been receiving these boxes for over a year now and they never disappoint. I have some in depth reviews of some of the items from previous boxes coming in the New Year. If you would like to buy this box you can as a one off and subscriptions are also open for February if you would like to receive the boxes regularly.

*December beauty box – One off purchase available here.

*Beauty box subscriptions (starting February) – Available here.

Did you receive this box? Let me know your thoughts. 


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Ana Green

Written by Ana – A natural beauty enthusiast, mum of two and chocoholic.

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