That kind of happens when you have so many subscriptions that send out cosmetics, tea or bars of soap I find.
This month I am going to try and do a unboxing through photos.
Here is the SeasonsBox before it was opened. The packaging and box is a lovely presentation!
|Unopened SeasonsBox May 2013!|
The April SeasonsBox was quite lovely and had a handwoven scarf that was made by the non-profit organization Connected in Hope.
Their mission is to help women in Etheopia who were former Fuel Wood Carriers to find better employment.
The scarf I received is the pink Shiromeda scarf:
The scarf itself is quite finely woven and you can see through the material a bit- but there is a lot of layers you can wrap around in many styles. I only wish that there was info on the exact materials- like if it is cotton or a mix.
My mother liked my scarf so much she is buying several from their website for herself and gifts!
|Contents of my SeasonsBox!|
Crawford Street Skincare Lemon Deodorant Cream
This is kind of a different product and you do not see too many deodorants in jars.
One advantage of a deodorant in a jar is you get to use up the whole product, with the sticks I always seem to waste some at the end that stays stuck in the plastic.
The deodorant is a white cream in the jar and is clear once it is on.
To me the scent is not exactly lemon, but more a mix of essential oils. I did find the scent does compete with some of my perfumes as it has a fairly strong scent.
The product seems to work well for everyday use, I have not tried it exercising yet.
Ecotools Foam Applicator
This is a neat pointed makeup sponge that is on a bamboo handle. It is very useful for blending cream makeup and applying concealer to small areas of your skin.
While it is a neat idea, I find I prefer using my makeup brushes more and find them easier to clean as well.
I have this in a stand with my other makeup tools and this is not one I have been too tempted to reach for.
Honibe Honey Drops
I was not that exited to see this product- only because I already know about it and have been buying Honibe products since they came out!
This is also a Canadian made product that comes from Prince Edward Island and is only made of 100% pure dried honey.
You can use these in your tea or even if you have a sore throat. This would also be great for keeping at work or someplace where liquid honey would be too messy.
|April 2013 info sheet.|
Overall this has been one of my favorite SeasonsBox so far!
I have a one year subscription and the next box I am getting is June- I skipped the May one as I did not want any colour cosmetic items.
If you are interested in signing up for SeasonsBox their website is at https://seasonsbox.com/