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GLOSSYBOX Vegan Limited Edition Box Review

I mentioned in one of my previous posts that I recently bought two Glossybox boxes for a total cost of £30, read my review of the Karl Lagerfeld + Model Co box here.

So today I am going to give you lovely lot the low down on what was included in the Glossybox Vegan Limited Edition Box!


Whilst I am not vegan myself, I was really happy to purchase this as I think it’s great that big brands are recognising the importance to many in the beauty community that their products are also vegan.

The value of this box is amazing as 7 out of the 10 products included in this box are full size products. To find out what is included in the Vegan Limited Edition Box and what the total value is, keep reading 🙂

Kat Von D Tattoo Liner

(Deluxe Mini, £6.18 value)

When it comes to Kat Von D I think she’s like Marmite in the beauty world; you either love the brand or hate it and the same goes for her personality and choices. Despite this, I was excited to receive this as the Tattoo Liner is a cult product in the beauty community and has amazing reviews. I would never pay £17 for a liquid liner personally but I am happy to review it for you all here on Beauty Rant 🙂

Pure Chimp Matcha Tea

(Full Size, £4.95 value)

I’m not a green tea kinda girl, I much prefer ice coffee or a hot cuppa but what I was intrigued to read about this match tea powder is that you can use it in baking! Now that I am finally settled into the new house I’d love to start baking again as it is something I enjoy, I’m fascinated to see what this would taste like in cookies or a cake.

Noughty To The Rescue Anti-Frizz Serum (Full Size, £8.99 value)

I’ve never heard of the Noughty Haircare brand before now but the packaging is gorgeous, I love the colour and it is very sleek! This heatwave has got my hair all sorts of messed up so I’m hoping this anti-frizz will be my saving grace.

So Eco Eye Shading Brush (Full Size, £5.00 value)

I can’t be the only one but I can’t quite tell whether So Eco and EcoTools are the same brand? I could’ve sworn I heard a rumour EcoTools were rebranding but I can’t find anything online. Anyway, this is just a basic shading brush which I’ll happily add to my brush collection as you can never have too many!

Lip Fudge Plumping Lip Conditioner – Rosewood (Full Size, £12.00 value)

Oh my god, guys – this stuff smells amazing! I’m not sure if it is meant to smell like actual chocolate fudge but it does, and that makes me happy. I’ve never seen a lip plumping product in this type of packaging before so that’s interesting but the scent and colour alone are gorgeous.

Maria Mila Head & Hair Heal Masque (Full Size, £26.99 value)

This full size hair mask is huge and amazing value for such an inexpensive box – I can’t wait to try this. This hair mask doesn’t have a strong scent but very much smells like a salon, that subtle but luxurious scent. Hair masks are great for all hair types and as I’m about to get quite a lot of my hair cut off, I really want to start taking care of it more as we go into the cooler months.

Welesa Birch Cellulite Oil (Deluxe Mini, £2.95 value)

Okay, this is the one product I’m not excited about. I honestly don’t believe there is any product out there that is going to banish cellulite, correct me if I’m wrong. I also have eczema prone skin so am cautious of using random products like this but I’ll give it a go as I have it.

Dr Organic Vitamin E Hydrating Cream (Full Size, £8.49 value)

Vitamin E skincare is some of my favorites, I always find my skin looks so muh plumper and healthier when I maintain a vitamin E skincare routine so this create is write up my alley. I recently reviewed a lip serum from Dr Organic which is great and smells gorgeous, so I’m looking forward to giving this a go. It’s also come at a great time as I have just ran out of my Neutrogrena Hydro Boost moisturiser (so good!) and I need a replacement. I’m curious to read that it’s meant to help with stretch marks, scars and mature skin too – nice.

Tints Of Nature Hydrate Shampoo (Deluxe Mini – £3.99 value)

Tell me this doesn’t look just like a sample you get at a hotel? It screams that to me! I’m not a big fan of shampoo samples; I have a lot of hair and I use them up in one go but hey, this might be life changing so who knows!

Original Source Lemon & Lime Foaming Shower Gel (Full Size – £3.00 value)

Coincidently I currently have two bottles of Original Source shower gel in my bathroom, one in the lemon scent and one in lime – I am spooked! I love these fresh scents, especially for summer, so combine them in a foam and I’m a happy camper. In our old place we only had a bath, not a shower, so I’m excited to finally be able to use foam shower gels.

The total value of the Vegan Limited Edition box from GLOSSYBOX = £82.54!

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