We have full spoilers for the March 2023 Nourish Beauty Box – a monthly, cruelty-free, ingredient-conscious beauty subscription box.
As Spring begins and the scent of blooming flowers makes their presence known, we were inspired to put together a delightful collection of skin, hair & color treats made with nature’s potent botanicals. Let’s reveal March 2023’s box!
DEAL: Get 15% off your first box! Use coupon code HELLOBOXES15.
This month’s box:
- Nourish Naturals – Cocoa Glaze in “Midsummer” (0.14 fl. oz. ; $16)
- Kaleido Cosmetics – Vacay Vibes Eyeshadow Palette (0.25 oz ; $14)
- Tamanu Oil Lab – Tamanu Pure (1 fl oz ; $35)
- Lovesong Beauty – Invisible Dry Shampoo Gel (1.7 fl oz ; RRP $36)
Box Value : $101
Nourish Naturals’ Cocoa Glaze in “Midsummer” is a tinted lip glaze that helps to heal chapped lips with its 100% vegan base of rich plant oils, Cocoa & Shea butters and Vitamin E.
Kaleido Cosmetics’ Vacay Vibes Eyeshadow Palette is formulated in a creamy powder base with intense mica and pearl-coated color pigments for immediate color richness and durable wear.
Tamanu Oil Lab’s Tamanu Pure contains a high-quality, cold-pressed, certified organic Tamanu oil.
Lovesong Beauty’s Invisible Dry Shampoo Gel is formulated with Wakame (Seaweed), Green Tea, Witch Hazel and Aloe Vera to cleanse, protect, soothe and rebalance hair.
Are you getting the Nourish Beauty Box this month?
There’s a mistake in the spoilers. The company only sent out a shadow duo, not a palette. Of course, I got the dull brown colors.
Cancelling!! This is usually known as ” fraudulent advertising”.
Also, the Lovesong brand product came in a totally blank container ( solid white) with a label pasted on crookedly. There have been many warnings about dry shampoo lately, so I’m just dumping this entire mess. Not what I thought I would get at all. Second time they’ve done this when I subscribed… Never again!!
Mandy, I just popped on here to let you know that the problems with dry shampoo come from the propellant used, as benzene can cling to butane. Since the product shown is a gel and not an aerosol, it should be fine. Harper’s Bazaar has an article explaining where benzene comes from and other products that may come with a risk of exposure. –Deb