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November Birchbox: Cosy At Home

The November Birchbox Review

November Birchbox 2014
Oh it is that time of year again. Where the inner serial moaner in me comes out and can't handle the cold. So when the November Birchbox arrived on my doorstep I was happy to see this months box is designed to keep us beautiful, cozy and well just a pick me up during the winter months. Here is the low down on Birchbox's answer to winter. 

Weleda Pomegranate Creamy Body Wash £8.95 | Like you need body wash explaining, but this eco friendly brand has provided a creamy wash that smells ah-mazing.

Beauty Protector Protect & Treat Hair Mask £16 | My hair is dying and hopefully 15 minutes of the hair mask after shampooing will help get my hair back, and give my hair that illusive shine lost in the autumn.

LipGlam Natural Lanolin Lip Balm £9.99 | Cold weather and lips are a hellish combination really, and this balm is multi purpose even being able to be used as a brow you do. Anyway, I have lost all lasts years lip balms. Every single one.

Lord & Berry Mini Bronzer in Sunny £19 | Such a cute (very small) sample, not sure it will be enough to tear me from Benefit Dallas, but its worth a try. Anything bronzing is worth a try.

Dr. Jart+ Most Moist Water-Act Skin Mist £18 | A full size item defiantly made this Birchbox a heavy one. And at first glance I wasn't sure that a water product was really what my face needed in the cold, but this is surprisingly hydrating and actually very good for a quick burst of moisture.

Montezuma's Mini Bar £2.39 | Everyone needs chocolate, end of. Unless you're one of those cheese fans. And  I am actually lucky enough to live near to the Montezuma shop, plus being a slight chocoholic I was already aware how much I liked this mini bar. And trust me, you need to try the rest of their flavours.

The full-sized OPI polish that was in some boxes would of made me one happy girl, but that aside, I am rather impressed with this Birchbox, and its one of their better ones in my opinion. Considering this costs £10 and one item in the box is worth £18 I think that is pretty good value, without me doing too much maths. And any box with chocolate in will always impress me...if only they were Maltesers eh!

Did you receive this months Birchbox?

*PR Sample/Gift

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