Last month I was over the moon with the #LFLoves edition of the Look Fantastic Beauty Box. Everything from the stunning box design, to the brilliant mix of beauty products, to the inclusion of a copy of Elle Magazine, won me over pretty much immediately. I wasn't sure that March's box would be able to live up to how I felt about February's box but I should have known better than to doubt the incredible team at Look Fantastic.
Here we have March's #LFExplorer Beauty Box. I'm absolutely loving the fact that both this month's and last month's boxes came with a theme and I certainly hope that this is a trend that continues as the months progress but let's get onto exactly what is included in the March Look Fantastic Beauty Box;
As someone who suffers from rather dry and dehydrated skin I couldn't believe how many of this month's products were basically designed to deal with just that. A brand that I've wanted to try for some time now is First Aid Beauty so I couldn't have been happier when I spotted a tube of their Ultra Repair Cream nestled in the box. After using this for a few days I'm already obsessed with it and can't wait to try out more from the range, particularly when I head to the US later in the year. Basically if you have any dry areas or patches of skin that aren't co-operating, then this cream certainly provides that much needed hydration in such a short space of time. Another dry skin wonder; Codage's Masque Hydratant Moisturising Mask. At £42 for the full size, there was a little bit of me that was hoping that it wouldn't be that good but sadly for my bank balance it is. Then we have another fantastic Nuxe product. Everything that I've tried from them has left me thoroughly impressed and the same can be said for this anti fatigue moisturising cream. It's always really handy to have little sample sized tubes and bottles of these kinds of products to hand too.
If you saw my review of the Bioderma Sensibio H20 Micelle Solution Make-Up Removing Wipes then you'll know that I'm certainly a fan of micellar waters but they're not always the easiest of products to travel with. This one from Caudalie is perfect for taking with you. So much so that I'm going to reserve using it until my next trip.
I also always appreciate it when beauty boxes step away from skincare to bring us some make-up related products. Lottie London are another brand that I've been admiring from afar but never tried yet after trying this brush I'll definitely need to go out of my way to try some more. And this lovely Revlon Colourburst Lip Balm was another welcome addition to this month's box. A little bit of insider knowledge but Revlon are launching on Look Fantastic very soon so it will be great knowing that I can finally add some Revlon pieces to my next Look Fantastic order.
On top of all that, there's another little added extra in the form of two Emergen-C vitamin drinks. This certainly ties in with the explorer theme and is a great way of adding some more vitamins into your diet. You'll also be drinking more water when making one of these up too, something that's obviously pretty good for you.
It was a real treat to have the March edition of Elle Magazine included with last month's #LFLoves box and as it was a Valentine's theme box I had a feeling that it was a one time only deal but I can confirm that for the rest of 2016 each Look Fantastic Beauty Box will come with the addition of the latest copy of Elle. Again, as I mentioned last month, when you consider the fact that Elle Magazine costs £4.10 on it's own and each Look Fantastic Beauty Box costs just £15 (or even cheaper if you were to subscribe), I have a feeling that you'll have to agree that that's good value for money.
What do you think of the #LFExplorer Beauty Box? Have you tried any of the products in this month's box? If so, what are your thoughts on them? And what do you think of the idea of themed beauty boxes?
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