Birchbox 3 Months On

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Subscription boxes are a weird niche, they're a nice little pick me up each month tailored to you. For me, I've always wanted to try these and for the past three months, I've been subscribed to Birchbox. Each month I've received a bunch of products and I've given my verdict on them. I thought I would review the whole service after three months of purchasing and share my loves from the boxes and the ones you could definitely miss out on. 

The boxes overall have been good, there hasn't been any in which I haven't been disappointed. The service offers boxes tailored to you, after filling out a quick questionnaire it helps to tailor the products to you. What I've found throughout the boxes is it's normally 1 or 2 products that you will receive that might be different to what other people receive. This means there isn't that much personalisation around the box and what you get. 

However, I feel like the products in there, for the most part, are tailore…

Hidden Gems- Budget Skincare



It's crunch time and your skin is in need of some tic. Writing this post makes me think of 16 year old me. Saving up my pocket money to get some skincare goodies. Overtime your skin becomes used to products so there isn't many things I can go back to skincare wise that give those amazing results time after time. Apart from the Boots Witch Hazel and Tea Tree range. It's a stand out line that ranges from masks to moisturiser. 

The range is inexpensive which is the real beauty of this. You won't pay more than £6.99 for a product so why haven't you tried it out already? I thought to persuade you more to give this all a try I'd break the range down to my top three products that are an absolute must for your life. 


Let's start off with some Tea Tree and Witch Hazel Peel Off Nose Strips £4.99. Yes the sexiest bit of skincare you could have, apart from looking like you've broke your nose these little beauties are a skincare go to for me. We know I love a good mask and I have to have these in my kit all the time. I suffer with a lot of breakouts and whiteheads on my nose which don't always go away through exfoliating. It's great to use something like this that doesn't break the bank but sorts out my skin at the same time. I've tested these against the biore strips and I prefer these much more. They are gentler and provide better results in the long run. Biore gives you a one time result but it doesn't last. When it comes to skincare you don't want a one time wonder so spend the time in this one. 



For that moisturiser need in your life, gives this Berry Tea Tree and Witch Hazel Jelly Moisturiser £4.59a go. It's a gentle moisturiser that sinks into the skin quickly giving your skin that treat it deserves. With the convenient pump packaging it stops you wasting product whilst keeping it hygienic. I've always preferred a style like this as it's easy to travel with without risk of it leaking. It's light and refreshing and everything you would want in a moisturiser. 

The last favourite of mine will probably come at no shock, it's the Tea Tree and Witch Hazel Peel Off Mask 99p. By grabbing the dirt off your skin and helping to clear those pores this little mask is the best 99p you'll spend. By clearing the skin it helps to reduce future breakouts and make it all a little easier to stick to. I normally do a face mask at least once a week just to keep my skin in tip top shape. I don't think I need to ramble on about this for long. It's a standout peel mask that everyone needs to try. 

There we have it, I'm going to be featuring more clothing and lifestyle hidden gems soon but I thought I'd give you the rundown on some of the budget friendly products that are out there right now. There's so many alternatives to the bigger brands, it's just a case of giving them again and hunting for them. 

Let me know if you've tried anything from the Boots range down below

Until next time, Chloe! 

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