Posted in BEAUTY, Birchbox, SUBSCRIPTION BOXES

Birchbox Review-September 2016

September is my birthday month and my Birchbox looks like a celebration. It’s bright, fun and brings a smile to your face.

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I’ve received Davine’s hair products before and they work well on my hair. This month, I received a trial bottle of melon-scented MOMO shampoo and a packet of restorative conditioner. Full-size=$26

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I’ve used Oribe hair products and like them, but I’ve never tried their  body products. I can’t wait to try out these Cote d’Azur packets of body wash and body lotion.                      Full-size =$42-$65

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I’m drawn to fruit-scented perfumes. Aromachology’s Totally Edible roll-on scent is a blend of raspberry, orange, lemon, and vanilla. This perfume is slightly spicy making it perfect for the fall. Full-size=$70

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Yeah! A face serum from The Body Shop. I’ve been a Body Shop fan for years. I’m running low on face serum so this arrived just in time. Nutriganics Drops of Youth  Concentrate uses plant stems cells for younger-looking skin. Full-size=$38

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Milk Makeup’s Ubame Mascara is a unique formula that has charcoal and sapphire dust in it. This gives the mascara a smoky dark color. Full-size=$24

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Another one of my favorite brands is Derma E. I’ve used this Dead Sea Salt microdermabrasion scrub before and it not only sloughs off dry skin, but it moisturizes as well. Full-size=32.50

Another great Birchbox for me. Just a reminder that Birchbox is a monthly makeup subscription service. For $10 a month, you get at least five sample or full-size items. If you’re interested in checking it out, click here Birchbox.

Stay Blessed,

Barbie

 

 

Author:

I'm a Midwesterner who explores the world via the Internet, books, and movies. I share what I learn whether its beauty tips, health advice, recipes or literature. I'd call this blog a melting pot. I named it Barbie's Bookmarks because I love literature, and I love documenting things I find important in my life.. big and small. Thus, these are my life's bookmarks. I look forward to sharing them with you and learning about your bookmarks as well.

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