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Last Day for Boxwalla Beauty December 2017 + FULL Spoilers!

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FYI – Today is the last day to subscribe to the Boxwalla December 2017 Beauty Box! 

AND we have FULL spoilers for the December 2017 Boxwalla Beauty box!

The theme for the December Box is ‘A Brief History of Timeless Things’:

Each box will include:

The first story is told by Australian brand Lepaar’s 24K Precious oil an incredible oil-serum that uses ancient substances like frankincense, myrrh & gold and ancient techniques like slow sun-infusions to harness their benefits. This luxurious face serum is designed to be regenerative, exfoliating, moisturizing, replenishing and a ‘do-it-all’ for all skin types and for any time of the year. 
Johanna Everingham crafts this serum with impeccably sourced ingredients :Sun-dried Tasmanian CalendulaDaintree Vanilla BeanPapaya seed oil from India, Seabuckthorn fruit & seed oils from Germany, Pomegranate seed oil from Israel, raspberry & blueberry seed oils, three kinds ofFrankincense from Somalia & Oman, two kinds of Myrrh from Somalia and Namibia, certified cosmetic grade, non-nano 24K gold from a family owned company in Germany.

The third story is the story of the candle. The first candle was made by the Egyptians  5000 years ago. The invention of the first wick is, however, credited to the Ancient Romans who created them by dipping rolled papyrus repeatedly in melted tallow or beeswax.

The candle we are including in this box is by the Seattle-based Rebel & Mercury, created by Nikki Sherrit, who is a pioneer in the field of natural candle making in the U.S.  The wax that Nikki uses in her candle is made by her, from scratch, and is a proprietary blend of coconut-based wax (with some beeswax) that is soy-free and palm-free.  She uses 100 % natural essential oils and absolutes to perfume the wax. The scent that we have chosen for you is called Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Clove : a warm hug of sweet orange that segues into clove, cinnamon and hints of cardamom and nutmeg that provide an interesting twist to the scent. On cool wintry nights, we light this candle and bask in its warmth. It is a beautiful way to slow down as you carry out your skincare ritual

The second story is told by Spanish brand Dafna’s Personal Skincare’s Eye Care, an award-winning under eye treatment where Ayurveda meets Biotechnology.

Dafna Shaham has formulated this under eye treatment as a serum-in-lotion for the delicate eye area. In this lotion, ingredients that have been used for ages in Ayurveda are used in both traditional and new forms to create a treatment that is uniquely effective and fast absorbing.

This eye lotion also has hydrolyzed protein (which are smaller than peptides and easily absorbed) that also stimulates collagen production and synthesis. Aloe hydrates the skin along with low molecular hyaluronic acid. Rosehip reduces the appearance of fine lines, calendula reduces puffiness and hibiscus extract inhibits the breakdown of elastine keeping the skin soft and elastic.

This box has a total retail value of $134.

What do you think of the spoilers? 
The Boxwalla Beauty Box is $49.95 a box. Check out our Boxwalla reviews to see what has been in past boxes!

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