You, Me & Everybody Cool It Aloe Vera Gel:
This product contains 98.5% Aloe Vera juice and this is a summer staple for me. Whether for mosquito bites or sunburn, I always make sure I have a tube handy. This company is based in Victoria and I am assuming it is made there as there is no "Made in *****" text on the packaging, their website or the information card. This product is valued at $8.95 for 100mL.
WotNot Organic Facial Wipes:
This is the second product on the card and looking at the description on the packaging, it has some certified organic ingredients. WotNot is a company based in New South Wales, but this product is Made in China. As this box is to celebrate Australian beauty brands, I would assume that it would celebrate brands and their products that are designed and made in Australia, not overseas. Back onto the face wipes; I haven't tried them yet and they will be in my pile of face wipes (you can never have too many). These ones "gently remove impurities, make-up even water-proof mascara" and a "free from harsh drying chemicals". This product is valued at $7.95 for 25 wipes.
Swisse Body Wash with Vitamin B3 and Macrobiotic Sea Minerals:
This is just a shower gel with all these "special" things added. I don't actually believe that washing yourself with a shower gel containing Vitamin B3 which is niacin will improve cholesterol levels and lower cardiovascular risks. This will probably get used if I run out of shower gel (which I won't until next year) or live in the cabinet under my bathroom sink for when visitors come over. This product is valued at $14.95 for 250mL.
Natio Pure Mineral Skin Perfecting BB Cream SPF15:
This came in a 5g sachet so I haven't opened it yet. The shade I got was medium which I know is going to be too dark for me (I specified that my skin colouring is Light on my profile). I also don't really understand the purpose of a BB Cream. To me, from what is available in stores, it just seems like a glorified name for a tinted moisturiser. I probably won't use this unless I am tanned and using fake tan as well. This product is valued at $14.95 for 50g. A 5g sachet of product is quite a lot as Clinique sample sachets are around 1.4g.
Face of Australia Massage Therapy Lipshine:
So the "massage" bit on this is six little plastic bumps on the applicator. The product smells like cheap and childish cosmetics and it is extremely sticky. The colour I received this in is Bondi which is a light mauve/pink colour with lots of shimmer. This product is valued at $10.95 for 15mL.
I am not that excited with this month's box. The item's seemed a bit generic and there was no 'wow-factor' there for me. Even though 3/5 items were full size, I would rather receive small sachet samples of products I will actually use. The value of the box is $31.14 plus postage.
I am about to cancel my subscription, but I don't like the idea of having to send an email to do so and wait for a reply.
Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored. All products mentioned were purchased by myself.