March 2014 Saladbox | Unboxing & First Impression
Last March, Saladbox collaborated with Skin Food a Korean skin care/makeup brand for an exclusive beauty box. This box is filled with deluxe sample size of skincare products. Let’s see what’s inside, shall we?
Black Pomegranate Premium Kit (Gift Set)
Toner & Emulsion (Full Size – PhP 1,450 ea.);
Voluming Serum (Full Size – PhP 1,835); Cream (Full Size – PhP 1,675)
Toner: The toner is infused with ellagic acid which is a very effective antioxidant.
Emulsion: This very lightweight emulsion effectively smoothens and illuminates skin.
Voluming Serum: Smooth out wrinkles and hydrate your sin with this wonder serum from Skin Food’s newest line.
Cream: Transform rough skin into a glowing, supple texture after every use of this skin-plumping cream.
I remembered my Gold Caviar Samples from my December 2012 Glamourbox and I didn’t notice that much of a difference in my skin, so I’m really expecting to see something significant from this sample set since this is another line from the same brand.
Black Sugar Perfect First Serum + Cotton
Full Size – PhP 1,600
This Black Sugar serum + cotton set will exfoliate, brighten, smooth wrinkles and hydrate skin in one single step – how cool is that?
I’m also looking forward to try this one as well. Maybe not while I’m trying the Black Pomegranate set, but you know what I mean.
TREAT! Watery Berry Gift Set
Toner & Emulsion (Full Size – PhP 1,140 ea.)
Toner: Infused with Arctic berries, this dewy moisture toner will turn skin into a soft, glowing texture after every use. Arctic berries deliver a myriad of nutrients that provides ample hydration.
Emulsion: A hydrating emulsion that is deeply moisturizing, and yet feels almost invisible to your skin.
I like this treat, but since I have a ton of products to try at the moment, perhaps now is not the best time. Still, I love receiving treats from time to time
So those are all of the products that I got from my March 2014 Saladbox. Truth be told, even though this box is filled with sample sized products, I still think that this box is a hit. For PhP 333 (PhP 500 if you’re on a month to month subscription), you get a ton of decent-sized samples, which you can get to try for at least a month. Besides, the actual products are indeed pricey. I think Saladbox’s March box is a nice redemption from their previous boxes which, as far as I know were mostly disappointing (based on most of the unboxings I’ve read). I hope Saladbox continues this kind of ‘style’ when it comes to their monthly boxes, rather than just throwing random samples in one box.
How about you? Are you a Saladbox subscriber? What’s your favorite monthly beauty box subscription? What do you think of Saladbox? Let me know your thoughts.