There was an error in this gadget

Sunday, May 13, 2012

May 2012 Beauty Army Shipment

Beauty Army strikes again with sending me great samples.  Granted, I selected them myself, but kudos to Beauty Army for even having these to choose from.




This month's kit contained 6 samples that are great for Spring:



  • Leila Lou Fragrance Sample by Rosie Jane (full size: $48) - A light scent perfect for every occasion.  Leila Lou captures the alluring scent of innocence and freshness.  You will fall in love with this fragrance!
  • Lucy B Pink Frangipani Fragrance Sample (full size: $48) - Top notes of pink grapefruit and pineapple play with middle notes of red suva frangipani.  Bottom notes of heliotrope and creamy coconut, infused with natural Australian flower essences.
  • Kellett Skincare Moisturizing Gel (0.1 fl oz/3 ml; full size $95) - Improves skin's moisture retention while helping to reduce blemishes & calm inflammation.  Helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Weleda Almond Soothing Cleansing Lotion (.34 fl oz/10 ml; full size $19) - Nourish and balance sensitive skin with this fragrance-free, hypoallergenic, gentle cleanser.  Organic sweet almond oil revives skin's natural protective functions and restores moisture balance to even the most sensitive skin.
  • Karuna Brightening Treatment Mask (1 mask: .95 fl oz/28 ml; full size $28) - All natural fiber cloth soaks skin with grapefruit seed extract and rare asian plant extracts to help even and revive skin's surface.
  • Atopalm Intensive Moisturizing Cream (0.25 fl oz/8 ml; full size $30) - A deeply moisturizing face cream for creating, softer, suppler skin.
Overall rating:  Booyah!  Nice mix of mask, cleanser, moisturizers and fragrances, if I say so myself!

Beauty Army (beautyarmy.com) costs $12.  I must say that even though I know what I am getting ahead of time, I just love their boxes.  The black flip-top, pink camouflaged interior is stylish and great for organizing small items.  In the spirit of living "green," I reuse mine to store things.  Do you?

No comments:

Post a Comment