Created at the start of 2017 by Emma Woodburn, The Natural Beauty Box are a UK based subscription box offering natural, organic and cruelty-free skincare and beauty products. There are five to six full or travel-size products in each box ranging from established brands, to upcoming brands and smaller artisans. Each monthly box is based around a theme, with February being "Kissed by the Ocean".
Tose Apothecary French Clay & Lemongrass Detoxifying Scrub
This scrub is made using Dead Sea salt crystals, detoxifying french clay and extracts of lemongrass & lime to give it an lovely uplifting scent. It's perfect for sloughing away dead winter skin & prepping your body for Spring!
Little Ondine Nail Polish (Aqua)
I'm personally not a huge fan of this brand, but that's only because nail varnish doesn't like to stay on my nails. I've read rave reviews of these polishes - it's so easy to remove, you simply just peel it off! The colour is a gorgeous sea blue shade and perfect for brightening up your nails ready for Spring.
This multi-tasking gel is a must have product for your make-up bag/first aid kit at home. It's a blend of botanical ingredients that have a cooling effect to refresh & soothe skin. It's perfect for after sun exposure, insect bites and the organic aloe "works wonders on eczema, acne, burns & wounds".
You can't have a "Kissed by the Ocean" theme without a lip product! This lip gloss is 100% natural, made with nourishing ingredients to keep lips moisturised and is a lovely pink shade that will suit most skin tones.
Another scrub, however this one is full of matcha tea which will help to stimulate blood flow targeting cellulite, troubled skin conditions and stretch marks. It's scented with jasmine and has coconut oil to help nourish skin.
Subscribe via the Natural Beauty Box website before the end of February to receive this months box, or if you're a little too late, March's box will have an English Garden theme. All of the boxes from February onwards are vegan-friendly and 50p from each box sold is donated to charity.
You can follow the Natural Beauty Box on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and keep an eye out in the future as founder Emma has plans to add an online store in the Summer where you can buy individual products and one-off boxes.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by The Natural Beauty Box. This in no way affects my thoughts on the brand, I only work with brands I love and I am always 100% honest.