Medusa’s Make-Up Beauty Box January 2020 Spoiler #1 + Coupon!

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We have a spoiler for the January 2020 Medusa’s Make-Up Beauty Box subscription!

For a limited time, use coupon code GIMME10 to save 10% off your first box! (Regularly $16.95)

The January box will include:

Love Byrd Beauty Piña Colada Coconut Oil Mascara Melt

Piña Colada Coconut Oil Mascara Melt. Good for all skin types. Wipe away stubborn mascara and moisturize your skin all in one.

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More on this subscription:

The Subscription Box: Medusa’s Make-Up Beauty Box

The Cost: $16.95 (Free shipping for US, $4 USD for International)

The Products: Each month you will receive 3-5 vegan products to try.

Ships to: Worldwide

Good to know: Orders ship out within 3 business days of your payment. You can cancel anytime.

Check out our Medusa’s Makeup Beauty Box reviews to see what you can expect from this subscription!

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Posted in Medusas Makeup Box Spoilers, Subscription Box Spoilers| Tags: medusas makeup | 2 comments


  1. How does coconut oil “moisturize” the skin? It’s oil that sits on top of the skin. Sales pitches for cosmetics get more and more ridiculous and ignorant with each new decade.

    • It’s not actually that ridiculous! Coconut oil, like most oils, is emollient (softens dry skin) and occlusive (sits on top of skin to help keep moisture in). So the fact that it does sit on skin is something that can help you maintain moisture! Furthermore, using an oil-based cleansing balm to remove eye makeup is great, because not only does it break down waterproof formulas pretty well, it’s also generally gentle on the eye area.

      That being said, while I’m sure this would work fine on eyes, you wouldn’t want it anywhere else on your face (except maybe the lips, if it’s safe for that) because coconut oil is comedogenic and can clog pores.

      I hope this answers your question!

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