White Willow Box Review - April 2017 - Canadian Lifestyle Subscription Box
This review was written by Hayley.
What is it? White Willow Box
How Much? $49.95 bimonthly plus tax + $8.50 shipping. (Shipping $19.50 to the US) Save on a 4 month term. Prices in Canadian dollars.
What’s in it? 4-5 full or sample size products for beauty, fashion, home decor, and more
White Willow Box is a Canadian lifestyle subscription box, based in North Vancouver, BC. White Willow Box combines beauty, style, fashion, culinary and home decor. Every other month you will receive 4-5 full or sample size products such as beauty and personal care products, fashion accessories, home decor accents, culinary delights, kitchen gadgets, and other lifestyle surprises. Each box will have a minimum $70 value! Gift subscriptions are also available.
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Give your plants or mini floral arrangements a modern glam look with this metallic gold trimmed ceramic pot/vase. It features a white and gold glaze that emotes contemporary inspired decor. Add a simple floral accent to any table or counter, or fill it with your favourite greenery.
The product card says the suggested retail price is $7 and I cannot find it online. The vase is about four inches in diameter, and it is quite elegant in appearance. I am excited to put this on my new bookshelf/television stand to add some class to my living room for spring.
All Natural Morning Dew Moisturizer by Gardener's Dream ($20)
All natural and silky smooth moisturizer great for the entire body. Sweet orange and palmarosa help this moisturizer promote a radiant and balanced complexion for any skin type. Morning Dew is just as effective for sensitive skin and can be used all over the body. It will keep your skin looking radiant, refreshed and rejuvenated! Cruelty-Free and Paraben-Free.
This All Natural Morning Dew Moisturizer smells amazing! I’ve used it on my legs for the last few days and it seems to be helping with my dry skin without irritation. Best part - they’re a Canadian company who is cruelty and paraben-free!
Almond Crunchetti by Brockmann's Chocolates ($7)
There’s something special that happens when flavours and textures come together in a single bite.Crunchy, roasted almonds and rice crisps covered in creamy milk chocolate. We bet you can’t have just one. And why would you? Gluten-free and Kosher.
The Crunchetti did not last long in this house. I opened it up to try it out, and by the time I was home from work the next day, it was gone. The milk chocolate is high quality and the crunchy almonds and rice crips made it even better. I couldn’t have just one… apparently neither could my boyfriend.
This lightweight striped scarf will compliment your spring style and sass up your summer attire too!
I could not find this scarf online. Subscribers received their scarves in either Mint or Blue. I received Mint and am quite happy with it. It’s a lightweight scarf made of viscose, and it has a gradient from one end to another in which the mint colour gets greater. This will be put to good use with the chilly spring mornings we’re still having.
BeYOUtiful: Daytime Facial Serum by Red Lemon Natural Living ($22)
A silky daytime Moisturizer that nourishes and hydrates the skin without clogging pores. Made with regenerative Argan oil and fortified with Gamma-Linolenic Acid (sourced from pure Borage oil) to protect and fight against free-radical damage. With added therapeutic essential oils, this Daytime Serum will leave your face feeling soft, balanced and hydrated.
Another Canadian company represented - love it. It includes Jojoba oil, Argan oil, Borage oil, Pink Grapefruit, non-GMO Vitamin E, Rose Geranium, Frankincense, Sandalwood, Carrot seed. That sounds like a whole lot of goodness in one bottle. Can’t wait to try this cruelty-free, great for all skin types day serum out!
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Review written by Hayley.
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