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Pure Natural Box (Third Edition)

By Karencalladine
Pure Natural Box (Third Edition)My Pure Natural Box (Third Edition) arrived yesterday, so I thought I would share my thoughts on it. These boxes are available every quarter, with the contents going live a few days before they are available to purchase.  Pure Natural Box (Third Edition) Southsea Bathing Hut botanical Steam. This brand is brand new to me and I am very intrigued by this product. It contains marigold, rose, lavender and chamomile petals. Simply add a pinch or two to a steam treatment. When the water is cooled, you can apparently strain the flower and use as a toner. I can't wait to give this a go. Pure Natural Box (Third Edition)  Botanicals Indulgence Body Oil. I am a huge fan of Botanicals and this smells amazing. I am very happy to receive this. Pure Natural Box (Third Edition) The Rose Tree Luxury Candle (No 1, travel size). I have yet to try anything by The Rose Tree, but their products have been on my wish list for quite some time. The candle smells beautiful. I left my box in my bedroom yesterday and could smell it before I was upstairs - and that is before lighting it. Pure Natural Box (Third Edition) Just For Tummies - Tummy Tea (3 teabags). This is a calming blend to soothe the tummy and to help you sleep. I tried one this morning and enjoyed the liquorice taste. Pure Natural Box (Third Edition) Angela Langford Angel Eyes Nourishing Eye Oil. This is a nourishing blend of argan, rosehip and safflower oil. It feels lovely and refreshing thanks to the addition of cucumber.  Pure Natural Box (Third Edition) The final item is Hippy Paste Lavender by Conscious. I am hoping that this deodorant will be kinder to my skin than other similar deodorants I have tried. Fingers crossed for this one. I think this box is fantastic value for money. Everything was carefully packaged and I received my order in a few days. Lots of these brands I am familiar with, but I haven't tried any of the products previously. I will use all the items in the box.

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