Wednesday, 10 December 2014

You Beauty Discovery Box - December

The latest edition of my You Beauty Discovery Box has arrived and if you have missed out on any of the other boxes you can see then here -FebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugust September  October and November to see the contents. I have to say that I have been impressed with every box I have had!

As with every month so far, there are always a few extra treats inside each box and this month we got:




Yardley Hydrating and Enriching body lotion and I got Energising Peony as my sachet sample.  Said to be a light and easily absorbed body lotion with a quick drying silicone base formula making it perfect for everyday use.  Not sure how much of my body a sachet will cover, but will give it a go.

Christmas Mini bear from Lindt - already eaten as soon as I photographed it and a lovely little extra to have.

Hikers Foot Healer is not something i have heard of before so I was really intrigued.  Said to contain Tapioca Powder to help prevent rubbing from shoes and Borage Oil, Shea Butter and Grape Seed Oil to help nourish and repair the skin at the end of the day!

Then once again there was a huge choice range of products to decide between which you can see HERE and I went for the following:


COLAB London and Rio Dry Shampoo due, both cans are 50ml and have an RRP £1.99 each. Ever since I heard about these dry shampoos by Ruth Crilly from A Model Recommends, I have wanted to try them and when I saw the option with You Beauty, there was no doubt I was going to choose them as an option and I got both versions as part of one choice which is amazing. The samples I got are London which is in the black and silver can and Rio which is I the mint green/Jade and silver can.

The description given for these dry shampoos are "Introducing the new sensation in dry shampoo couture, where an instantly revitalised look comes to you straight from the can".

LONDON, a classic yet contemporary fagrance of bergamot, musk & magnolia.

RIO, a carnival of tropical notes with papaya, pineapple & a heart of cassis.


Wilkinson Sword Intuition Naturals Sensitive Care Razor, which is obviously a full sized product which has an RRP £6.99. Surrounded by a gentle creamy soap with visible ribbons,Wilkinson Sword Intuition Naturals Sensitive Care lathers and moisturises during shaving, leaving your skin naturally healthy looking and noticeably soft.

Whilst there was many other options I could have chosen this month, I did feel spoilt for choice which is always a nice feeling, I think I chose the items I will use the most. You can never have too much dry shampoo needing to be used and you always need to have a razor handy for party season and I've got exactly that.

So for £6.95 I have a box of products worth around £12 which doesn't make it the most expensive box I have ever had, but it is full of products I will use and need - perfect!

Do you subscribe to You Beauty? WHat do you think to my box? 






24 comments:

  1. I think these are a good buy - the contents more than cover the cost of the box and then some.

    #UKBloggers

    http://fashion-mommy.com

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  2. All of the thing you got in the book look great I love the Rio Dry Shampoo x

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  3. The razor is my go-to razor! I think its fabulous!

    Stephanie
    http://missstephanieusher.blogspot.co.uk/
    http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/3436251
    xxxx

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  4. I always struggle to find a good razor. Are the dry shampoos good?

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  5. I think this box is my favourite - it looks like all the stuff I would use.

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  6. Looks like a great box - and I love the fact it comes with a Lindt bear, yum!

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  7. That looks like a nice box. I really like to Co Lab dry shampoo - it doesn't leave any white residue at all x

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  8. Lovely box - am also interested in the hiking healer, sounds extremely useful for me and my poor feet!

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  9. Definitely a good idea to go for things you'll use a lot! curious on how you like the colab dry shampoo!o
    xo
    Alice | Alice's Beauty Madness

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  10. I love the edition of the chocolate in this box xx

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  11. The box sounds really interesting, a great way to make a saving and try new products too.

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  12. Ohh the You Beauty Discovery Box is new to me but it sounds great! I do love a good ol' subscription box. I love that they have featured some COLAB products!

    Sophia Meola | A Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

    xx

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  13. I posted but looks like my comment didn't work :( I like this box. Affordable and simple, can't beat simplicity!

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  14. I went for the dry shampoo too as I've wanted to try it since it was released. I also went for the lavender bath oil xx

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  15. Looks like a good selection.The foot cream looks interesting as does the dry shampoo

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  16. I would love to try this dry shampoo! Seems like lovely box!

    Laura
    Pink Frenzy

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  17. Nice selection of products - I would like to give a dry shampoo a go as I've never tried this brand before

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  18. I'm loving the Colab dry shampoos at the moment! You can't go wrong with Lindt chocolate, either :)

    Jess xo
    http://just-jesss.blogspot.co.uk

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  19. A really great selection but I'd of liked to have seen it a little more festive considerimg it's a December box.. Maybe a sparkly polish or something. Great value though and a good shaver always cokes in handy, can't go wrong with Lindt x

    Kate | A British Sparkle

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  20. I'm a newly converted fan of dry shampoo!!

    This box looks quite good and I like the lower price x

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  21. Love the razor, I'm currently using it! Also love the sound of the dry shampoo samples!

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  22. tempted to get abbey this for christmas

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  23. What a great box! And it would make a really good Christmas present!

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