From The Box Bureau - read the full post here.
I don’t know if I am alone in doing this but as a child every Christmas I would re-stock my Santa sack over and over to re-live that cheap thrill of unpacking my gifts. I do the same thing with every Natural Supply Co subscription box. It is one of my all-time favourite subscriptions, and I love unboxing it.
The team at Natural Supply Co are passionate about minimising chemical exposure and using luxurious products in our homes, laundry and beauty routine. They have curated a huge Spring box filled eight decent sized (some are full-sized) unique and new natural beauty products.
The Natural Supply Co Subscription Boxes are fantastic and well worth putting down on your Christmas list
With the Spring weather finally warming up the Musq Cosmetics Exfoliant has renewed my winter skin with its gentle and refined texture, and the Anise Shimmering Body Lotion has helped add a subtle glow. Both products have a terrific floral scent to them.
The Dr Bronner’s hand sanitizer is also a full-sized item. Its lavender fragrance is addictive, and I love that it is a spray and not a gel-based lotion. My hands feel clean but not dried out or chemical after using it.
I can’t wait to use the Badger Sleep Balm on my next work trip. I find it difficult to sleep on these trips being in new surrounds so fingers crossed the sleep balm will help. I will also take the Nilly + Booth berry vanilla organic lip & cheek stain. This product will cut down on packing providing a two-in-one solution that not only works well but smells fabulous.
And if all of that hasn’t sold you on this box, there is also a great sample of Matcha Maiden Matcha powder. This stone ground green tea superfood mix has no additives and provides up to 137 times the antioxidants found in a cup of green tea. I have been adding to my green smoothies but by the look of the Matcha Maiden website, this is quite a boring way to use the product. This product is versatile to say the least.
The Natural Supply Co Subscription Boxes are fantastic and well worth putting down on your Christmas list. The company releases each box seasonally. The best way to know when the next one is open for subscription is to sign up for their e: newsletter. The subscription boxes sell out quickly, so this is the best way not to miss out.