The Pip Box September Unboxing

Hello, everyone! Today we`re going to unbox the September edition of The Pip Box and spoiler alert, it`s a great one! If you`re not familiar with it, The Pip Box is a monthly cruelty-free subscription box that gives customers the chance to become familiar with ethical beauty brands. Since I`m still a newbie when it comes to cruelty-free, this service is perfect for me. By now I know most of the big names in the industry, and it`s always nice to discover indie/new brands.

The Pip Box offers 3 subscription plans: month to month, 3 month prepay or 6 month prepay. If you are not sure, I`d recommend choosing the month to month plan, like myself. That`s because they offer a discount code, "THE10TEST", where you get the first box for half the price. If you`re not happy with what you get, you can cancel anytime, although the average value of the boxes is pretty awesome. For instance, the September box was worth approximately 77£. Not bad.
The Pip Box Unboxing

Nakin Advanced Cleansing Milk, RRP £19
Nakin Skincare is a British brand that offers natural anti-ageing products. If you`re like me, and you have been "blessed" with dry skin, then a gentle cleansing milk is one of your best friends. This product is packed with goodies like Hyaluronic Acid, Seaweed and Pomegranate, to clean and hydrate your skin.

Jorgobe Scrub Mask, RRP £26
This product can be used either as a scrub cream or a deep cleansing scrub mask, depending on your skin type and needs. I know physical scrubs are a thing of the past for some, but I still enjoy using them once a week. I`ve sampled this on my hand, and from what I can see, the exfoliating particles are gentle enough for dry/sensitive skin.

Bali Balm Lip Balm, RRP £20
This was a nice surprise, considering I don`t spend more than 8£ on a lip balm. It`s definitely something that will make me feel fancy. The lip balm has toasted cinnamon and sweet caramelised orange peel as ingredients, so I`m guessing it will smell delicious.

Vitamasque Diamond Eye Pads, RRP £5.99
I`m a big lover of eye pads, cause you can really see a difference after using them. Unlike other eye products, they do what they say: brighten and de-puff the under-eye area. These will come in handy in my first week of motherhood. RIP sleep!

The Natural Beauty Pot Mineral Eyeshadow, RRP £8
I like the fact that it`s a neutral shade, and that the brand claims that their eyeshadows are good for people with sensitive eyes. Since I got pregnant, my eyes got really sensitive and irritated, making it difficult to apply eyeshadow.

I`ve been subscribed to other similar services, but none were as good as this one so far. From what I can tell, they`re all full-size items. I know £20 might seem a lot compared to other beauty boxes, but at least you don`t get tiny samples. Which makes the cost well worth it in my opinion. And they`re also products that I`ll use, so no waste here. Can`t wait for my next box!


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