Latest in Beauty Subscription Box Review

Latest in Beauty, beauty subscription box, Oskia, Aurelia, Mitchell and Peach, Morrocanoil, Phillip Kingsley, REN, Yes to Cucumbers, La Roche-Posay, face mask, cleanser, efflacar duo, facial, skincare, haircare, shampoo, conditioner, facial oil, review, first impressions It feels like it’s been such a long time since I have posted a beauty product post and I have definitely missed them! You have probably seen that that I have moved recently and you can read all about that here and here, but I packed all my things away and left out just the essentials. I also restricted all purchases to house items only, so now that I’m all settled, I’m excited to get back to sharing all my favourite beauty, fashion and home wear purchases with you all. I also feel like this post is an exciting one, as it’s something I have been looking into for such a long time and that’s beauty subscription boxes! Latest in Beauty, beauty subscription box, Oskia, Aurelia, Mitchell and Peach, Morrocanoil, Phillip Kingsley, REN, Yes to Cucumbers, La Roche-Posay, face mask, cleanser, efflacar duo, facial, skincare, haircare, shampoo, conditioner, facial oil, review, first impressions I have been considering investing in these for months now and I have never been able to decide which one I wanted to go with. I absolutely love the idea of receiving a selection of beauty goodies to try each month, but I was also worried that I would be disappointed if they were products that I wasn’t fussed on trying and that’s where Latest in Beauty comes in! Latest in Beauty, beauty subscription box, Oskia, Aurelia, Mitchell and Peach, Morrocanoil, Phillip Kingsley, REN, Yes to Cucumbers, La Roche-Posay, face mask, cleanser, efflacar duo, facial, skincare, haircare, shampoo, conditioner, facial oil, review, first impressions They provide a beauty subscription box where you get to pick your own selection of products each month. You can go for a 3, 6 or 9 piece box and you can choose between a range of beauty, haircare, skincare items and more. If you’re not too keen on signing up for a monthly fee you can always choose a one off option too. You can also buy a selection of premade boxes that change on a regular basis, if trying to pick your own goodies seems like too many decisions. I have my eye on the Cosmopolitan Holiday Edit box as well as the Good Housekeeping Beauty Edit at the moment as these have a great selection of products! Latest in Beauty, beauty subscription box, Oskia, Aurelia, Mitchell and Peach, Morrocanoil, Phillip Kingsley, REN, Yes to Cucumbers, La Roche-Posay, face mask, cleanser, efflacar duo, facial, skincare, haircare, shampoo, conditioner, facial oil, review, first impressions I love the idea of subscription boxes in general as you get to try out loads of products before purchasing the full size. I think this is even better when you get to try high end brands that sometimes come with quite a hefty price tag. I was so happy to see lots of the products I have been eyeing up over the past few months on the website, so I popped them straight in my basket/box* and it was on my doorstep 2 days later.

So here are all the goodies that I chose – I can’t wait to get testing each of them!

Aurelia Refine and Polish Miracle Balm Cleanser

Oskia Renaissance Mask

La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo

Yes to Cucumbers Calming Paper Mask

Moroccanoil Treatment Light

REN Skincare Flash Rinse 1 Minute Facial

Mitchell and Peach Fine Radiance Face Oil

Phillip Kingsley Moisture Balancing Shampoo and Conditioner Duo

This box has been perfect for me and I would definitely recommend trying Latest in Beauty if you have your eye on a few beauty products that you want to try. The sizes of the samples are perfect to see if you like the product and they are also great for travelling and overnight stays. If you would like to build your own beauty box you can find the subscription/one off boxes here and the collection boxes here.

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1 Comment

  1. Abi
    August 22, 2017 / 9:40 am

    This box does look so fab!! I definitely need to try a sheet mask x

    Abi | abistreetx

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