The Green & Glamorous Box
Here ye here ye, The Green & Glamorous Box by The Choosy Chick is here for the taking! You know I’m a fan of beauty boxes, but this one is a little bit different in that it’s not a monthly box. It’s a one-time collection of green beauty dynamos and it’s only around until the end of 2017. (Sorry I’m just getting around to posting this…it’s been a crazy holiday season, but hey, you still have this week to pull the trigger!)
Here’s the deal. It’s $160 worth of products for $98 that ships free to the United States, and 20% of your purchase supports Living Beyond Breast Cancer. I know, being a couple of days after Christmas, you are probably up to your ears in all the gifting, but if you got a little Christmas cash and want to get something wonderful for yourself while still giving to others, well hot damn, here you go!
LBBC is a national program with a vision that no one impacted by breast cancer feels uninformed or alone. Their mission is to connect people with trusted breast cancer information and a community of support. You can learn more about them here.
Here’s what the box entails:
DN-UNIK Age-defying Night Cream or Day Cream ($45 value) – This is such a great option for those who would rather use a cream than an oil on the face. Made in France with Aloe and Hyaluronic Acid (100% natural and vegetable sourced), it totally restores radiance to the skin. Certified by Ecocert & Cosmebio.
Magic Organic Apothecary Daily Cleansing Ritual ($27 value) – This includes MOA’s award-winning Green Balm and their bamboo face cloth for cleansing and removing makeup effortlessly. I love this face cloth so much and have used it tons. Made with 99.9% organic ingredients. Highly recommended for all skin types including sensitive, acne-prone skin.
Lily Lolo Eye Shadow Palette in Sweet Nothings – ($34 value) – Okay, Lily Lolo makes the best eye palettes EVER. Seriously, I’m hitting pan on the Laid Bare palette (wrote about it here) and was just recently thinking I wanted to try another shade range from them. This palette is seriously stunning, and the textures and blendability (is that a word?) of Lily Lolo shadows just can’t be beat. Love love love.
Au Naturale Eternity Lipstick in Sangria ($25 value) – I wrote about Au Naturale here, and this intense, cool pink vegan lipstick is fab on the lips. I was excited to get this because I didn’t have any shade like this in my arsenal. (Um, and that is saying a lot. #lipstickhoarder)
Davids Toothpaste ($8 value) – I finally made the switch, and this toothpaste is responsible. Fluoride-free and made with premium natural ingredients, it’s sourced in the US with sustainable packaging. I also adore the little metal turny-thing (super professional term) you put on the end to help roll it up to prevent the dreaded center squeeze.
Splurge Lip Buttah ($7 value) – The original from Boston – pure hydration for lips made with all natural oils and no petroleum. Flavor may be either: Peppermint, Almond, Lemon or Orange-Chocolate. (I got the Lemon and loved it until my daughter stole it from me.)
Schmidt’s Sensitive Skin Fragrance-free Deodorant ($4 value, this is a sample size) – The gentlest formula available that provides full protection. Baking soda-free for sensitive folks. My long-awaited natural deodorant post is coming up in early 2018 and Schmidt’s wins for best less-costly deodorant.
Acure Brightening Facial Scrub (travel size $3 value, this is a travel size) -I love this scrub! The only two physical exfoliators I use are Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser and this one. This best-selling product is made with Argan Oil, French Green Clay and Lemon granules to exfoliate and reveal a brighter complexion and is waayyyyyyy less expensive than Tata.
Kimberly Sayer Antioxidant Day Cream ($2 value, sample size) – This facial SPF is chock full of antioxidants to fight free radicals and signs of aging – specifically formulated for sensitive skin.
In my humble opinion, I think this is the best box of green beauty bestsellers I’ve seen all year. Throw in the fact that you are supporting those with breast cancer, and it’s a no-brainer. As always, if you have any questions, let me know in the comments!