A new month, a new clean beauty subscription roundup! This month has so much fun in store, I can’t wait to spill all of the beans.
The Detox Box Featuring Fitglow Beauty
The Detox Box if featuring $166 worth of Fitglow Beauty for $55 – no commitment!
Yeeeeaaahhhh girl! Fitglow is in the hiz! This is what’s up for grabs:
- Vita-Active Serum $49 – Brightening Vitamin C, hyaluronic acid and a dose of Vitamin B3 – this gel is a fantastic primer leaving skin bright, hydrated and looking it’s best!
- Eye C-Firm $79 – Vitamins C and K, CoQ10, caffeine and peptides work to reduce the appearance of lines, darkness and puffiness. Plus it’s a traditional cream formula (not an oil) and it soaks right in making it easy to layer makeup over it. Really nice.
- Vegan Good Lash + Mascara $38 – Excited to try this formula again! Basically a growth serum and mascara all in one. What more does a girl need?!
Two words: GET IT BEFORE IT SELLS OUT HERE!
Art of Organics Featuring LILFOX
If ya’ll know anything about me, you know I love me some LILFOX! My love affair came to a head in 2017 when I was introduced to Jungle Glow – a honey-based cleanser/mask/exfoliator and then again when I got to try After Dark Melty Glow Cleansing Balm prerelease. LILFOX has had me hook, line and sinker ever since. I was so excited to see this month Art of Organics is delivering TWO full size LILFOX products.
Cleopatra Restorative Milk + Honey Beauty Mask ($88) and Aphrodite Rose Quarts Infused Rose Toning Mist ($24).
Cleopatra comes dry and you wet it with a little water or some of the Aphrodite Toning Mist and apply. This mask is designed to resurface, decongest, tone, nourish, brighten and plump.
PRO TIP: Leave this mask on for 20 minutes. You can leave it on up to 40 minutes by misting face to keep the mask wet which will extend treatment time.
Last month’s Art of Organics sold out in a few days. Get your’s here!
Beauty Heroes Featuring Tabitha James Kraan
Beauty Heroes is featuring $122 worth of Tabitha James Kraan for $42.95 with a three month commitment.
My hair is very thick and and wavy (and gray if you didn’t notice – haha!) And it takes a specific type of formula to truly clean my hair. I did get Tabitha to work for me but I had to wash my hair more than 3 times in a row using a generous amount of product to get it there.
I’m also not a hair oil girl but I’ve been playing with this formula. Next I want to try it as a pre-wash treatment on my ends. Anything that can potentially get these grays to lay down, I am game to try.
LIKE IT? PIN IT!