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Boxwalla December 2017 Beauty Box Spoiler #2!

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We have a new product spoiler for the December 2017 Boxwalla Beauty box!

First, the theme:

A Brief History of Timeless Things

Each product in the December Beauty Box is a portal to travel through time and space, with ingredients that have been part of ancient cultures. Learn how some timeless things evolved to find their perfect form in the products in this box.

Each box will include:

Dafna’s Eyecare (full-size) – Value $66

Spanish brand Dafna’s Skincare’s award winning Eyecare is an unusual, serum-lotion for the delicate eye area. Ayurveda meets Biotechnology to create a treatment that is uniquely effective and fast-absorbing. Chicory Oligosaccharides and natural peptides stimulate collagen production and synthesis. Additionally, the chicory oligosaccharides are injected into a 3D matrix that allows its sequential delivery to the skin. This leads to both an immediate lifting effect and long term hydration and firmness to the delicate skin under the eyes. Rosehip reduces the appearance of fine lines and  Calendula extract reduces puffiness. Since this eye treatment is a cream and not oil based, it wears beautifully under makeup as well, and is a cult favorite in Spain.


In case you missed the first spoiler:

24 K Precious Oil (10 ml) – Value $60

One of the artisans we will be showcasing in our December Beauty Box is the Australian brand Lepaar. Johanna and Christo Everingham bring their strengths together to create exquisite things for their brand. They believe in ‘wholistic luxury’, in creating modern classics, in crafting things that are ‘alive’, pulsating with stories of people and places.

The first product in this box is Lepaar Skin’s most precious offering :  24 K Precious Oil (10 ml, $60).

This luxurious facial serum tells stories that began 5000 years ago. It is crafted with impeccably sourced ingredients, each chosen for its specific benefits to the skin : Tasmanian calendula, Daintree vanilla bean, papaya seed oil from India, seabuckthorn fruit and seed oil from Germany, pomegranate seed oil from Israel, raspberry and blueberry seed oils, two kinds of frankincense: from Somalia and Oman , two kinds of myrrh : from Somalia and Namibia, certified cosmetic grade, non-nano 24 K gold from a family owned company in Germany.

With frankincense, myrrh and gold, this precious oil makes the perfect holiday gift.

This box has a total retail value of $133.

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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  1. I’m exited for the eye cream!

  2. I am truly excited to try two completely new-to-me brands. I am a bit sad that the Lepaar is only 10 ml but $60 but still excited to try it.

    Super excited for an eye cream! There just isn’t enough eye product in the natural/organic box market. I LOVED the Bottega Organica eye cream from Beauty Heroes (Oct? 2016) but when I went to re-order they aren’t making it anymore.

    I have major dark circles (genetic) and not skin discoloration. Like just divots under my eyes! Anyone have a suggestion!

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