Boxwalla Beauty Box April 2017 Deadline Extended + Full Spoilers!
The deadline to order the April Boxwalla Beauty box has been extended to March 25!
April’s theme is The Wandering Woman’s English Spring and each April Beauty Box contains two full sized products
Remember the Wandering Woman from last summer’s Beauty Boxes? Well she’s back. And this time, she is verrry thirsty.
The very thirsty wandering woman decided to stop in England for a drink. Not at an English pub. But at a very English spring. The water sparkled like silver, with copper undertones. Oh this must surely be the prettiest Spring she thought she’d ever known. And she drank, as a gentle mist slowly came in view. She drank, as the morning dew kissed the leaves that grew. She sipped the silver serum for twelve beautiful days. And on the twelfth day, she smiled and slowly turned her gaze. As she sat by a window, she thought her heart would sing. She thought the thoughts that Wordsworth wrote as he thought of Early Spring:
“Through primrose tufts, in that green bower,
The periwinkle trailed its wreaths;
And ’tis my faith that every flower
Enjoys the air it breathes”.
Now pause. Imagine the breath of dewy flowers quenching your thirsty skin. This April, join us and the Wandering Woman for some lovely Springtime drinks.
The April Beauty Box will contain @twelvebeauty’s Ideal Moisture Level serum, an absolutely lovely hydrating serum that hydrates the skin (but of course!), locks in moisture, while also reducing inflammation as well as protecting the skin from UV damage and other harsh atmospheric elements. It does all this with a perfect proportion of humectants like organic Italian honey and Hyaluronic acid as well as a powerful cocktail of four botanical extracts : white genepi extract, Imperatoria leaf extract, mallow flower extract and butterfly bush leaf extract.
We say face mist, but, this is no ordinary face mist. Formulated specifically to relieve tired, stressed skin, this gorgeous mist is chockful of copper and pea peptides, antioxidants, hyaluronic acid, herbs and floral extracts that revitalize and illuminate the skin while replenishing much needed moisture.
The base of this unique mist is water that springs from deep below a wildflower meadow called Amly in East Sussex, England. In addition to containing trace elements and minerals, this spring water is unusually rich in naturally occurring silver salts that are highly bio-accessible. Silver is a very powerful antioxidant, helping fight free radical damage. It also regulates skin flora and promotes skin tissue regeneration.
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