Bellabox: July

I received my very first subscription box today & I was beyond excited!

Bellabox is an Australia subscription box consisting of 5 or more sample products. There are three different boxes the Bellabox which is for women, Bellobox which is for men & also Bellababy which is products for babies. They’ve also got a “shop” page on their website which allows you to purchase various products.

When I created an account I had to answer different questions about myself e.g. skin tone, hair colour, what type of products I’m more into, what kind of beauty style I’ve got & so much more. I loved this as I knew they would really cater the box to you.

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The Australian Natural Soap Company 
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(Left to right: Australian black clay, Calamine & Australian pink clay)

John Frieda – Frizz Ease 
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I use to have the John Frieda Frizz Ease range of shampoo & conditioner for around two years & loved it so I’m quite excited to try this product out especially since I’ve got colour treated hair & it can get quite dry & frizzy.

Bioderma – Sensibio Micellar 
Nutrimetics – Energise Night Rescue Creme 
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So I’ve actually already got the full size Bioderma Sensibio micellar, it’s one of my favourite products. I’ve got the biggest bottle they have so this is the perfect size bottle I can take with me when I travel!
I’ve never heard of the brand nutrimetics, I’ve searched it up & found that it’s a  brand in Australia & New Zealand, but I love trying new products out so I’m excited to see how I like this.

Zuii Organic – Certified Organic Flora Mascara 
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I think this might be the very first organic mascara I own which I’m quite excited to try out because I love organic products. I tested it out yet but I have a feeling I’m going to really like this just because the brush is the type of brush I love for mascaras. Also I have to say this is probably the best smelling mascara ever.

Blaq – Charcoal Mask 
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I’m a bit obsessed with masks so I was really happy to receive this! I also really like using charcoal products & incorporating it into my skincare so I’m quite certain I will love this product.

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  1. What a lovely box, and it looks like you got some great products that you’ll get a lot of use out of! John Freida is fantastic and micellar water is my favorite way to take my makeup off (:

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  2. There are so many subscription box companies. like ipsys so it’s hard to pick one. i live in the U.S, do you know if they ship here?

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    1. I know the struggle I wish I could subscribe to every single one! Unfortunately I think this ones only within Australia. Though I’ve seen & heard a lot of great things about Ipsy, Birchbox & the Sephora play!

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  3. Subscription boxes are so much fun! I subscribe to Ipsy, which is a lot like Bellabox. I love seeing what products people get in their boxes. I recently made a blog post about what I got in mine this month as well.

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  4. All of those products look great! Subscription boxes are so much fun:) I think it’s cool that the Bellabox sub has boxes for men, women, and babies, too! 💕 so far I’ve only done one subscription box, and that was Graze. I loved all the little snacks and treats my family and I got to try!

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