My Love Me Beauty box/bag appeared to have gotten caught up in the post somewhere, as it's arrived super late this month, but it's finally here!
January's Edit had a good selection of brands to choose from, with the likes of Ecotools, Tangle Teezer, Nuxe, Make Up For Ever, and Caudalie to name a few. They do chop and change the products almost every week, so it's nice to have the option to search through the updated edit if you miss out on something, or if your membership renewal date falls on a later date in the month. For more info on how it works, check out my review from last month (here) which goes into some detail about the credits that you're allocated, as it's quite a different setup from most other beauty boxes on the market.
So then! Here's what I chose for January:-Nuxe Reve de Miel Hand and Nail Cream (30ml)
You guys know that I'm a bag fan of the cult lip balm from the same range, and as I love the scent, I decided to pick up the matching hand cream to try out. My hands have been seriously dry all Winter long, so this travel size tube will come in very useful in my handbag! You can never have enough hand creams anyway right?!
Make Up For Ever Excessive Lash Mascara (2.5ml)
Sticking with the theme of adding to stashes, you can never have enough mascara as well right?! As always, I couldn't resist trying out this deluxe travel size mini from Make Up For Ever. I've been seriously impressed with several MUFE products and I have high hopes for this one too.
Omorovicza Thermal Cleansing Balm (5ml)
I've gone through a fair few samples of this much raved about cleansing balm, but I'm still not sure whether I want to splurge on a full size of it yet as it's rather pricey. However, I won't say no to using another sample, and this mini pot is the perfect size for my travel bag.
Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask (5ml)
A friend of mine was recently recommended this mask by her dermatologist to help clear up her acne (it seems to be working well so far for her, though it has only been a few weeks yet), so I was curious to give it a go myself to see if it would be useful for dealing with those annoying 'time of the month' blemishes and breakouts. We shall see! Let me know if you've tried it?