Friday, 14 July 2017

Roccabox July Edition - The Sunday Girl

My July Roccabox has arrived and this month the collaboration is with Adrienne, whom many of you will know as The Sunday Girl. Adrienne was one of the first handful of bloggers whose blogs I read religiously for all the latest information and now here we are with this collaboration.

If you have never come across Roccabox before, it is a Beauty Box which comes together by collaborating with bloggers who then create a box of products which they love. For me, in a world saturated with Beauty boxes, Roccabox it makes it a little bit different to any other beauty box I have subscribed too and it is an intriguing concept that has introduced me to some amazing products, brands and some new bloggers!
Roccabox July Edition - The Sunday Girl
Roccabox July Edition - The Sunday Girl
This month Adrienne (The Sunday Girl) has come up with a box which features six products and all of which she personally rates. Starting with Soap and Glory Mini Rushower Dry Shampoo (50ml). I am quite pleased to see this as I've been wanting to give it a try. Described as having Friction-activated TOUCH-RELEASE™ technology which gives your hair a gorgeous burst of mandarin rose and bergamot and in true Soap and Glory style, it smells just incredible. RRP £2.50 here.
Roccabox July Edition - The Sunday Girl
Burts Bees Cleansing Oil comes next and this is a product I already know and love. Formulated with a unique blend of natural moisturisers, including Coconut and Argan Oils they not only gently remove dirt, grime and makeup, it also helps to keep your skin soft, clean, and beautifully nourished without leaving an oily residue.

Balance Me Congested Skin Serum also makes an appearance and again it is a product that I have used in the past and one I like. Described as being a powerful serum that treats stubborn skin complaints. On the skin, this serum not only cools and soothes but it works to fight blemishes without drying out your skin. Formulated with a blend of Roman chamomile, anti-bacterial may chang, calming lavender and eucalyptus all of which provide stressed skin with comfortable, non-greasy relief.
Roccabox July Edition - The Sunday Girl
Ellis Faas is a brand I know very little about, so this Concealer, which is described as being a cult product that the celebrities didn't want us to know about. I have shades S202 which is described as being Fair and whilst I think it is slightly too dark for my skin tone it does offer a really high coverage which helps to reduce the appearance of blemishes, pigmentation spots and dark circles and in order for me to get the best out of it, I do mix it with my moisturising cream.Texture wise it is really creamy and soft and is infused with a unique blend of Karité Oil and Rice Wax as well as Vitamins C & E which hydrate the skin and protect against free radical damage. Impressively there are 8 different shades to choose from and a brief explanation as to which skin type they are for. At £22 it isn't the most expensive concealer that I have tried, but it works as well as those I have.
Roccabox July Edition - The Sunday Girl
Finally, there are these two little sample pots from Evolve Organic Beauty and MOA. I am familiar with MOA as a brand and the product The Green Balm which is described as having miraculous healing powers to soothe, nourish and renew dry, itchy skin conditions, bumps, bites and grazes and it is said to work wonders as an aftershave balm and facial cleanser. With a pot this small you aren't really going to get much use from it, but already being well acquainted with it, I have used it as on my lips and around my nose when I've had a cold and I give Rudolph a run for his money.  

Evolve isn't a brand I have come across and this product is a Radiant Glow Face Mask which uses raw cacao and coconut. Described as follows "an organic chocolate face mask with a vanilla fragrance this rich mask blended with raw cacao powder and clay revitalises and purifies, whilst coconut granules buff the skin to silky perfection. Organic Baobab seed oil smoothes and nourishes. Natural sugar extracts turn the exfoliating mask into a creamy milk on contact with water that rinses off easily, leaving skin smooth, moisturised and calm". I love the sound of this mask and again given the size of the pot, I am only likely to get just the one use out of it, so for me to be able to judge whether or not I need a bigger pot, it is going to have to wow me - so watch this space.

So this month brings an intriguing box of products that I have either used, want to try or have never come across. You can subscribe to Roccabox for just £10 per month (plus £3.95 p&p) and can cancel it at any time. For more information and to sign up, everything you need to know is here.





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21 comments:

  1. This is a total bargain box! I's love to try the concealer and it's worth buying for that alone! xx

    Beautylymin

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  2. I love how she did a collaboration that is so cool! The contents are so nice too :)

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  3. I got this box too and thought it was amazing! I absolutely love The Green Balm. Such a great multi-use product! X

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  4. I love this box, I have just received mine! I am so made up with the Ellis Faas concealer as have used before and they are so good! x

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  5. My daughter has used Ellis Faas lip products and liked them but I've not tried them, the dry shampoo would be welcome to me as I use loads of it (oily hair problems ha ha) I've heard good things about the Green Balm too :) great post as always xxxx

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  6. I love the look of this edit, so many good picks x

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  7. Such a good little box! I'm so intrigued my the ellis faas concealer!
    Chantelle x
    The Girl In The Tartan Scarf

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  8. It looks like a great box, especially for the low price x

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

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  9. Not a fan of the sample pots and only one full size product for the price. Fab post though xxx

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  10. Really great selection of products! I'm a dry shampoo addict

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  11. Oh I wish there was more full size products rather than sample sizes. Some fab products though x

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  12. Loving the look of this box, didn't know burts bees had a cleansing oil. Have to try this out now xx

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  13. Thank you so much for your kind review :) xx

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  14. Such a good box and a great collab with The Sunday Girl!

    Cass | CassandraMyee

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  15. This is so cool! I love MOA, Burts Bees and Soap & Glory, so how I missed this box is beyond me

    Alice | Dainty Alice

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  16. I loved this box so much!

    www.daisyhudson.com

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  17. Love this and so amazing that she created it!!!

    www.fashionforlunch.net

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  18. I haven't heard of some of these brands but the products sound so good xx

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  19. So many little treats! I love Rushover so much!

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  20. What a wonderful selection of products. I really want to give the dry shampoo a try.

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