The Glossybox limited editions are always pretty decent, providing quite a bit of product for a good price, usually with an overall theme, much like the Glossybox Vegan, which is their latest limited edition release. As you’d expect from a box labelled Vegan, all products are completely cruelty-free.
There are ten products in the Vegan Glossybox, with a good mix spanning all the main beauty elements. There are also seven full-sized products, which is a good ration considering the entire box contains ten. The three remaining products are deluxe minis, and fortunately there’s nothing especially small.
I’ve done things a bit differently for this feature since there are so many products, so I’ve roughly broken them down into hair and body here, and face below. First up is the Noughty Haircare Noughty to the Rescue Anti-Frizz Serum, which is full-size and promises to leave hair feeling smooth and hydrated. Next is the Original Source Lemon and Lime Foaming Shower Gel which is also full-sized and contains a fresh and zingy all-natural shower foam. The Tints of Nature Hydrate Shampoo is a deluxe mini size, designed to leave hair looking and feeling hydrated and gently cleansed. Another deluxe mini comes courtesy of the Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil, which contains a host of natural goodies to help tackle cellulite. There’s also a lovely big pot of Head & Hair Heal Masque, which is a treatment for both hair and scalp.
The Tropic Skincare Lip Fudge Plumping Lip Conditioner (in two shades – I got Rosewood) is a great inclusion, offering colour and treatment in one dinky little pot. There’s also a full-sized pot of Dr Organic Vitamin E Super Hydrating Cream – I’m a huge fan of Vitamin E skincare so I’m happy to see this featured. Next is the Kat Von D Tattoo Liner, which is a cult product, although the included one is a deluxe mini – however, to be honest, I’ve never used a liner before it’s dried out, so I think this is probably quite a good way to go. There’s a So Eco Eye Shading Brush which I’m very happy to have as I think this looks like it’ll be perfect for applying and blending cream eye products. Finally, I forgot to snap the Pure Chimp Matcha Tea, which is also included. The value of the box is over £80, but you can get it for £30 (£25 if you’re a Glossybox subscriber) and you can find it here – link.