It’s Birchbox time again! It was nice to get the box nice and early, this month, as my box took a little while last month so I didn’t post it until rather late. That said it can be nice to get the box late one month and early the next as it feels like you get boxes really regularly, even if you are fooling yourself a little haha.

I liked this month’s box and if you do, too, you can sign up using my link which will get you £5 off your first box as well as getting me £5 to spend in the Birchbox shop:

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Birchbox time again and this is a box I’ve been looking forward to for a while as the product which we already knew about is one that I’ve been intrigued about for a little while. If you like the look of the boxes that I get then you can sign up using my referral code and get £5 off your first box (and that also gets me £5 to spend in the Birchbox shop!) –
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It feels as though, some months, there’s barely a fortnight between boxes – I’m not sure if that speaks of the erratic schedule that the box companies have or if it’s just my inability to keep track of time, but either way it feels like barely any time since the January box arrived and here I am writing about February’s offering.

As always, if you like the look of the box, and you decide to sign up, then you can use my code: – I have really enjoyed this month’s box and, based on a sneak peak, am already looking forward to March. Birchbox is the only box I’ve kept up, whilst all of the others (and there’s been a few) have fallen by the way side. That’s not to say that I think the boxes are perfect, some months are less inspiring than others, but I have consistently enjoyed them and there’s always the odd month that blows me away.

If you feel the same way, and you sign up with my link (above) then we’ll both get points to spend in the Birchbox shop which are a great way to make additional purchases (see a shop haul coming up in the next couple of weeks).
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It’s the time of the month that subscription boxes start arriving! I miss getting quite as many as I used to but I just don’t need samples upon samples, however fantastic and exciting they are. I am glad I still get Birchbox, though, and do want to get back in to the habit of sharing the contents with you.

If you decide to sign up, yourself, then you can use my referral code which will get both myself and you some points to spend in the Birchbox shop! My link is:
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It feels, a bit, like I mostly share subscription boxes with you at the moment and, I think, that’s because I mostly share subscription boxes with you at the moment! Why? Well I had money left from both Christmas and my 30th Birthday, most people gave me money, and very little I wanted to buy because when you have a baby you become a bit obsessed with buying them stuff but often forget about yourself. As such, investing in some subscription boxes seemed like a good way to treat myself throughout the year as well as having something to blog about when health is bad but I want some easy posts to write – I love sharing boxes with you all and I love seeing sub box posts so I hope you like reading them too.

If this post tempts you to try out a Birchbox sub then don’t forget to use my sign up code which will get us both points to spend in the Birchbox shop (£5 for you and £10 for me):

Birchbox is the only beauty specific subscription that I’ve kept going because, simply, I had samples on samples on samples, there was just too many samples! I am finding it hard to let go of Birchbox, though, even though I don’t need more samples. They’re one of those companies that, when you consider unsubbing, an amazing box comes out. This month it wasn’t a box, but a bag, a grey neoprene bag with various zip colours (I got the beautiful green/blue which was my favourite!) and it’s my favourite month for a while. I will, genuinely, use every single one of the samples, there isn’t a single one where I am considering putting it in a giveaway or gift box for someone else. 
I really like the bag. When you subscribe to lots of services you do end up with a surfeit of boxes and, so, a bag can be much more handy. We’ve had bags before but this is definitely my favourite because it’s much bigger than previous ones and it’s seriously usable. I like it very much. 
And here’s what I got in the bag. Four brands that I already know in the shape of Anatomicals, Philip Kingsley, Yes To, and Balance Me and two I’ve not tried before in the shape of Merci Handy and Marcelle
The variety of products is good, too – We have body care with the scrub, hair care with the dry shampoo, skincare with the face mask and wipe, makeup with the eye liner and general usefulness with the hand cleaning gel. 
I will, absolutely, use every one of these products. Who doesn’t need hand gel? And this one smells really, really nice which makes a good change from the standard alcohol scent that we normally get. Body scrub, face mask and dry shampoo are pretty self explanatory and they’ll all be suitable for what I use (interested to see what the Philip Kingsley dry shampoo has to offer). The wipe is a nice added bonus and the shade of the eye liner is a beautifully dark purple shade. Very very happy. 
As always I’ll be interested to see what next month has to offer, if you are too then don’t forget you can use my link to sub and get us both some lovely lovely points to spend:

Did any of you get anything different in your boxes/bag this month? I’d love to know what other variations there was. 

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