Didn’t you hear? All the cool kids are transitioning to natural skin care and beauty products. With everything from natural and organic cleansers and serums to mascara and gloss, I find myself overwhelmed and reaching for the old standbys filled with less than awesome ingredients.
But, a few months ago we opened a natural beauty box from Glowing Beets and things don’t seem so overwhelming anymore. I’ve since emptied the Indie Lee Brightening Cleanser, facial oil, and Co-Q10 toner. They are amazing!
Glowing Beets sent us another one of their natural beauty boxes. Click play on the video below to watch the unboxing and our first impressions. Then take a closer look at each product down below.
Take a closer look at what’s inside the Glowing Beets box.
Body Babes Orange Body Scrub – A scrub made of ground Arabica coffee beans and sweet almond oil specifically formulated to target cellulite, stretch marks, acne, and eczema.
Mun Skin No. 1 Aknari Brightening Youth Serum – Made of prickly pear seed oils, this is supposed to transform the skin by smoothing fine lines.
FITGLOW Beauty Lipstick – Vibrant and long lasting made of 95% organic butters, botanical extracts and essential plant oils. Color shown: Adore
Sweet Emotions Soaptions & Potions Pumpkin Pie Soap – This smells so good I could eat it. Made with real pumpkin and packed with fruit enzymes to increase cell turn over.
Little Barn Apothecary Charcoal + Aloe Face Cleanser – Bamboo Charcoal is its main ingredient to draw out pollutants and prevent breakouts.
Little Barn Apothecary Bamboo + Fresh Mint Mist – Moisturizing mist to hydrate and purify skin after cleansing.
Hush Dotti Cleansing Balm – This is a multi-task product made of eucalyptus, clove bud and rosemary work to detoxify, decongest and deep clean. Can be used to remove makeup, condition lashes, a pore detoxifying mask and more.
Glowing Beets is a $29.95 monthly subscription box. Don’t miss the 10% discount for new Glowing Beets subscribers!
Glowing Beets sent us their natural beauty boxes for review purposes only. This post is non-sponsored and does not contain affiliate links. All opinions are of Megan and Wendy.