Little Known Box “Midsummer Secrets” – June 2017

Little Known Box is a UK subscription box service that includes ethically sourced products in their boxes, they offer full size products with some sample sizes to try for £15.95 inc p&p. You can purchase a one off box, be sent a monthly box or pre-pay for 3 months £43.35, 6 months £83.70 and 12 months at £149.40.

This June box contains some fantastic easy to use products perfect for mid summer use that will be great additions to your beauty and skincare collection. With offer codes on the leaflet to buy more of the products that are in the box makes this a great value box, well thought out with brilliant customer service.

What is inside the June box:


Manna Kadar Tri-Fecta Shadow – This little tri shadow is pretty good…it is an eyeshadow, blush and eyebrow colour all in one! It is a bit light for me to use on my eyebrows however as an eyeshadow it has amazing staying power and the blush is a bit more of a contour/bronzer as I’m so pale. I do love Manna Kadar products…this handy little pouch it is in pops into your handbag or travel bag. Verdict 7/10.

Balm Balm Lip Balm – Who doesn’t love Balm Balm products and when I saw this in the box I was so happy as I haven’t tried the lip balm before, it is packaged in their iconic pink labelled packaging in a handy tube. the lip balm leaves your lips super soft and lipstick ready so you can get rid of those flaky lips…wether they have been hit hard by the sun or cracked over winter this balm will soothe and protect. Being 100% natural means this will help even the most sensitive skin/lips, leaving you with a glossy effect its perfect for daytime wear. Verdict 9/10.

Samol Herbal Hair & Scalp Oil – I haven’t heard of this brand before or tried scalp oil but you leave this on your scalp overnight to help repair hair and nutrients to leave it glossy and manageable. I have really thin hair so I am always worried about using oils as it can make my hair greasy, I tried a small amount which I left on then washed out the next day and my hair was fine and looked really shiny. It is only a small sample to use but it smelt lovely and gave me shiny hair in one go…so I may buy some more to try for myself. Verdict 8/10.

Amie Exfoliating Polish – I have had a few things from Amie before which was a facial wash and moisturiser so a deep pore cleanser sounds amazing! This is an exfoliator that unclogs your pores and gets rid of dead skin cells to help get rid of your dull skin. The orange blossom tones your skin too while it is oil-free, paraben free and is perfect for vegans. Verdict 8/10.

Africology Cleanser – I personally had never heard of this brand before but after using this amazing cleanser I have been converted, it cleanses your skin while nourishing it and keeping you hydrated and feeling refreshed. As a brand they use pure essential oils and are an ethical company who support local communities. I have really enjoyed using this product which also smells amazing…im looking into purchasing some more. Verdict 9/10.

Native Unearthed natural Deoderant – I have heard great things about this deodorant but for me personally I prefer roll on deodorants as I don’t like rubbing a cream myself into my armpit. They use only the best ingredients which include activated charcoal…the product is non sticky and is stain free so you don’t have to worry about your favourite dress. If you have given this a try what did you think? Verdict 6/10 based on my not using it.

Little Known Box have been around a year and 1 month! I feel lucky I was there from the start and have seen this box grow into an amazing box in the subscription world. If you are considering subscribing to this box then honestly you will love it, it showcases upcoming brands that are cruelty free which I have enjoyed.

This month’s box has not let me down, it is an amazing box of some great goodies… I love the range of products in this July box and I know you will too. If you want to subscribe head to Little Known Box.

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