The Glossybox Spoil Me Silly Limited Edition box is being marketed as a Mother’s Day box, but it’s a box of beauty goodness that would work for anyone – you definitely don’t need to be a mum to enjoy it! It’s a limited edition collection containing six beauty treats as well as a gorgeous pair of Stella & Dot crystal studs.
As you can see, it’s a lovely little edit with a bit of everything from all the main beauty categories; hair, make-up, skincare and accessories. The value of the entire contents is £85 and the whole lot comes presented in a very pretty, Stella & Dot designed box.
Getting a new set of eyelash curlers has been on my t0-do list for a while, since my Mac ones are absolutely knackered, so I’m looking forward to trying out the Eyeko Black Magic Eyelash Curlers. I’m also happy to see another Laqa & Co Lip Lube in the box, which seem to be in a few different shades – I got Honeypot which is the shade I would’ve chosen for myself (pink, surprisingly…). I’ve used the Aurelia Miracle Cleanser before and quite enjoyed it – I’m always happy to receive a cleanser – and you get a cloth to go with it too. Finally, there’s the Stella & Dot Crystal Studs which are very pretty and universally flattering.
I’ll never have enough Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Therapies so the inclusion of the Pomegranate one will definitely go to good use. I keep reading about people using eye masks overnight to help them sleep better, so I’m hoping the Sanctuary one will help me sleep-in a little longer, especially when used alongside the Beauty Sleep Face Mask, which is another product that’s jumped on the overnight mask trend. The final product is the Naobay Protective Hair Mask Volume Conditioner, which is last on my list due to the fact that I notoriously hate receiving one member of the shampoo/conditioner duo, but this would probably work as a general deep conditioner since it’s marketed as a mask too. The Spoil Me Silly box is available now (order quickly if you’re giving it for Mother’s Day) and it costs £30 for existing subscribers, or £35 for non-subscribers, plus £3.25 P+P. Here it is – link.