GlossyBox Unboxed | September 2019

How are we in September already?! It’s officially been one year since I have been subscribed to GlossyBox. I hope you have been enjoying my Glossybox unboxing posts as much as I have sharing with you all. This month was all about delicious beauty and included a whopping SEVEN products.

Mayy Banana Setting Powder Glossybox September 2019

MAYY Banana Setting Powder, RRP £15

I’ve loved banana setting powder for as long as I can remember and have only ever used one brand, so I am so excited to test a new one out. If you’ve not heard of the term ‘baking’ before then basically you apply the powder to set your make up and give it a flawless finish. Apply with a beauty sponge and leave for a few minutes before brushing it off.

Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula™ Deep Conditioning Protein Pack, RRP £2.49

Deep Conditioning hair masks are vital in a good haircare routine. Palmer’s hair mask is formulated with raw and natural ingredients and aims to nourish and hydrate dry locks giving it a sleek silky finish.

Colgate Max White Charcoal Toothpaste, RRP £4

I never realised that Colgate did a Charcoal toothpaste. I have only been using it the last few days so I can’t comment on whether it works at all just yet. It states that it gently remove 100% of surface stains when using twice a day. I will keep you posted on any results.

Carex Hand Gel, RRP £1.55

I don’t know about you, but I always carry a hand gel in my bag. None of the ones I have though are as fun as this new range from Carex. September’s box had 2 to collect, Strawberry Laces or Love Hearts. As you can see, I got Love Hearts, and I kid you not, they smell like the sweets. It leaves a lingering scent too and I’m obsessed!

Carex Hand Gel Glossybox September 2019
Mitchell and Peach Flora No.1 Glossybox September 2019

Mitchell and Peach Flora No.1 Fine Edition Eau de Parfum (Deluxe Mini 17.5ml), RRP £29.75 (Full Size, 50ml – £85)

The most expensive item in the box this month, an Eau de Parfum from Mitchell and Peach. The scent is created by blended mixture of sweet fennel, rose, ylang-ylang, peony and lavender. It is a strong floral smell and I have to admit that it’s not really for me. It is always risky putting in an item like this as people’s preferred scent varies massively. 

Delhicious Body Original Black Tea Body Scrub, RRP £7.95

Black tea body scrubs are amazing at buffing the skin leaving it feeling super soft to touch. The Delhicious Body scrub is 100% natural filled with antioxidants and essential oils. IT also works as a brilliant exfoliator, perfect for prepping your skin before tanning.

And finally....

Godiva Chocolate Glossybox September 2019

Godiva Masterpieces Caramel & Belgian Milk Chocolate Bar, RRP 85p

The SEVENTH treat in this month’s box is a treat indeed. A Godiva Masterpieces Caramel bar. The first thing to be tested out from the month’s box for sure. It was delicious, just like the theme of this month’s box.

So there we have it, September’s Glossybox unboxing, a jam packed box but I can’t say it’s been a top 5 favourite for the past year. The chocolate definitely helped though. I am looking forward to October’s box, the Halloween box was amazing last year. I can tell you that next month you will receive a highly pigmented eyeshadow palette by STYLondon.

Make sure you are subscribed so you are able to get October’s box. Not only that, the GlossyBox advent calendar is now available for subscribers to pre-order for £70 and contains over £370 worth of products. I will be doing a reveal of what to expect in a couple of weeks. Plus, GlossyBox have just announced their latest Limited Edition box with the one and only Bare Minerals! That will be available on 24th September, so subscribe now and use my code HOLLIE25 to get 25% off your first box by signing up here. 

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