It's time for another review of My Little Box! This month It's all about going on a road trip. As always the box itself is fun and gorgeous! Typically it arrived just after I returned from my own little road trip/holiday but never mind, perhaps the items can prompt me to book another.
Love these little quotation cards that are included, this one and last months have been my favourite to date.
The theme of travelling is continued throughout the box and the first item to be discovered was nestled on top in this fab box.
Inside the box was this great travel organiser. With plenty of room to store passport, tickets, pen and money this will be super handy to pop everything in. The info card provided was all in French so I can't tell you much more other than it's worth around 15 Euros, but then the pictures speak for themselves and I'm not sure how much I can write about a travel organiser, ha.
The next item had me intrigued. A BIC biro (RRP £1.40), but a very pretty one at that with the added bonus of having a stylus attachment at the end so multi-functional! Also a little notebook (RRP £3.50), but actually it's so much more than that. The idea is that you fill the little book with thoughts, ideas and souvenirs and then it can be folded, stamped and sent as it is to whoever you wish. Adorable idea.
The products this month came in the usual cotton bag but this month it was pink and decorated in little stars, absolutely gorgeous.
First impressions are great. A fantastic mix of products sent and all full size other than the Garnier.
I received a full size Essie nail polish (RRP £7.99) in the shade Roarrrange, a bright and zesty orange. I'm yet to try it out but it's a bold and summery and I expect will look great on.
The next item I love! The packaging is beautiful and the product is lovely. Summer Sorbet After Sun Body Gelee by My Little Beauty (RRP £9.00) can be used as it says after sun or as I've been using as a moisturiser. It smells divine and is really light weight and melts into the skin leaving it feeling hydrated and smooth.
Lastly a little selection of tattoo's which if you've read my other reviews I'm not keen on, these seem to be the rage at the moment in beauty boxes but I'd rather not be sent them, I'm 31 not 14!
The last item is one that I've read alot about lately, people rave about it. Garnier Micellar cleansing water (RRP £1.99 for 125ml) is wonder water apparently! Designed to remove makeup, cleanse and soothe it's a bit of a multi-tasker which is always a winner in my eyes!
So there we have another month of My Little Box and a great month it is. With the exception of the tattoo's it's full of items that I will use and am using, My Little Box continues to be one of my favourite beauty subscription boxes and I always look forward to receiving them.
What do you think of this months box?