Euphorbia box- Review
I love trying out beauty boxes and I am always on a lookout for new and affordable ones.
In the month of October I saw a few of my friends review a new box that was super affordable and with an impressive selection of products in the October box.
So I placed order for the box, they were sold out for the October month and I just got my first box in November.
This blog is to review the Euphorbia box.
Here is a little bit about the box from their website. Euphorbia box is a small, family-owned start-up company. The box is designed to help users explore the world of beauty & skin care products and discover their favorite products in a convenient, effortless and affordable way.
Lets take a look November’s Euphorbia Box-
It is a simple carboard box with Euphorbia box written in blue with the products nicely bubble wrapped inside.
I like the simplicity of the packaging.
I got this box at the launching price of Rs 199. This months box is now available for Rs 248
1. Ang-Tatva Kaya Tatva Scrub-off (Rs 345 for 75g)
This herbal scrub looks interesting and I look forward to trying this product, however I am surprised that manufacturing date is not mentioned on this product. It has a very strong scent of turmeric but I don’t mind that.
2. HM Have More Dry Matte Nail Polish (Rs 299)
From the packaging the nail paint does not look very expensive as the print and the bottle looks cheap so I am bit surprised that the product retails for Rs 299. The colour is red and I am not too excited about the product.
3. BioBloom Face Wash (Rs 160 for 30ml)
Honestly, I wasn’t expecting any sample products in the box as there were none in he October box. This sample size product is paraben ans sulphate free which is definitely a good thing but, it is too tiny to impress me.
4. Duft Facial Wipes (Rs 79 for 25wipes)
They are alcohol and paraben free wipes and I can’t complain about them.
5. Mama Earth Sunscreen SPF 20+ (sample size of 7ml)
This was a bummer. This sample size product is for children of age 0-5 years so not useful for me at all. I mean I am sure not all the people ordering this box are people with children so, including this tiny sample as a product is just ridiculous.
At this time I am just scared because I ordered a 3 months subscription and I am dreading the next two month’s boxes. Overall I am disappointed with the selection of products available in the November box especially when I compare it with the impressive product range that were available in the month of October. This month’s box was just boring. It just failed in every aspect possible. I am struggling to call the box average. I hope the curators can make the December box full of surprises.
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