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Glossybox UK September Subscription Review

Hi lovelies,

My Glossybox delivery was a little late this month but at least it wasn’t a ridiculous wait. As always the direct debit was taken on the 1st of the month with delivery from the 5th. It’s usually with me 3-4 days after dispatch.

This months edition is all about “Pure Relaxation” with a focus on skincare. We have 5 full sized products with 2 extra treats too. Actually the most exciting Glossybox I’ve had in a while.

The first product for me to try was Sebamed Antibacterial Cleansing Foam. This retails for £7.99 and can be used on wet or dry skin. It’s really gentle on the skin while removing a lot of debris from the surface. My breakouts also look less inflamed after using this which is always a bonus.

The next product in this months box was the Spa To You Dual Facial Cleansing brush. This has 2 heads; a soft, fine bristle on one side and an exfoliating brush on the other. Both brushes are amazing in their own ways. The fine bristle brush is perfect for daily cleansing to remove makeup and clear pores. The exfoliating brush is a silicone head to massage the skin and remove dead cells to make the skin clearer. My skin looked so much clearer and brighter after using this and neither head was harsh on the skin. This retails for £16.49

The third item was the Vitamasques Pearl Sheet Mask. This retails for £4.99 and should boost tired and dull looking skin. I’m not sure about this one although it does smell divine. There’s so much serum I had to squeeze some out of the mask to stop it going everywhere. It took ages for the serum to fully absorb into the skin and left a greasy residue behind which I really don’t like.

The penultimate product that I tried was the Figs and Rouge Wonder Love Clarity Skin Perfecting Serum Drops. Wow that’s a mouthful but it’s actually pretty good. It left my skin feeling soft and looking a lot brighter and smoother. I’m not sold on the scent but thankfully it’s not too strong and doesn’t linger. This retails for £42.

The final item in this months box was the Kryolan Eyebrow Forming Gel which retails for £11.10. So I have a confession, I didn’t test this one as I have zero brows. However, an amazing friend gave it a try and reported that it held her brows down well although she found the applicator to be a bit too big for her liking.

Oh and not forgetting the extra treats. We got a bar of Lindor and trust me that didn’t last long enough for the photos but it was lush. The other extra was a pack containing a sample of the More is More Perfume from Judith Lieber. This one contains 3 scents in one with a unique bottle and we received a sample of each scent. They smell so different and amazing independently but are designed to be mixed for a completely different fragrance. The sample retails for £9 and the full size RRP is £115.

Overall, I am so happy with the September Glossybox. There’s a great range of skincare products that do make a difference as well as a trio of perfumes that smell gorgeous. Really loving the Spa To You cleansing brush and the Figs and Rouge Serum. Plus they sent chocolate this month…definitely no complaints there.

Thanks for reading. I really hope you’ve enjoyed this review and that you will join me for more in the future. Leave a like or let me know in the comments what you thought, maybe even join our mail list. Don’t forget, if you want to subscribe to GlossyBox UK use my refer a friend code by clicking here. There’s no extra cost but it could save us both pennies.

Rach xx

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