Glossybox Review – March 2016


March’s Glossybox theme is “Get Glowing” the box covers it all from haircare to skincare and a glowing complexion. However, I  have to be honest I wasn’t overly impressed with the selection when I first opened the box, it’s not the best Glossybox I’ve ever had, but we are all allowed an off month.

Hey Honey | Good Morning Honey Silk Facial Serum

This is a totally new to me, but I was pleasantly surprised. It’s packed with natural goodies such as honey, silk amino acid, sea buckthorn oil and vitamin E to provide a luxurious serum that hydrates and nourishes skin giving you a healthy glow. It’s a great little find it glides on beautifully and leaves skin silky smooth – those clever bees are on to something!

Olay Regenerist | Luminous Skin Tone Perfecting Cream

I have invested in this range in the past, and was disappointed. It offers so much in the marketing blurb; regenerate the skin’s appearance, reduce the appearance of dark spots, hydrates, exfoliates, smoothes leaving luminous youthful skin. Sadly it leaves my skin dry and blotchy, the formula just doesn’t suit my dry sensitive skin, which is such a shame as their original beauty fluid is still amazing after all these years.


Luxie | Rose Gold Large Angled Face Brush

It’s alway nice to recieve a new make-up brush, and this one by Luxie is so pretty, I’m a sucker for rose gold. It’s perfect for all of your contouring needs, perfect for highlighter, bronzers and illuminators – also works great with blusher. The super soft bristles are anti-bacterial, helping keep your skin in tip- top condition.

So Susan | Light Diffuser, Cocoa Dust

The perfect companion for the Luxie brush, I was initially shocked by the darkness of the bronzer but I need not have worried it applies a lot lighter and blends perfectly, the highlighter is golden in colour, and a little goes a long way.


417 | Catharsis Vitamin Mineral Shampoo and Conditioner

Again another totally new brand product, it is based on natural Dead Sea mud – rich in unique minerals that stimulate the scalp and draw out impurities. The moisturising properties reduce dandruff, leaving hair soft, shiny and healthy.


After initially feeling disappointed upon opening I was pleasantly surprised by some of the products, the honey serum, bronzer and haircare products turned out to be great samples. It just didn’t have the usual excitement you expect from Glossybox. To discover more visit their website, click here.

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