After a few days of reviews, I finally have a new beauty offer to share with you. The offer is coming from ASOS and for the second month in a row, I managed not to forget about this one. It happened more times than I care to remember! Anyway, here are the details of this new cute, little box.
ASOS June Beauty Box Contents
bareMinerals Mineralist Hydra Soothing Lipstick – deluxe size – in shade Honesty
CeraVe SA Smoothing Cream 177ml – full size – worth £12
This Works Stress Check Mood Manager 5ml – worth £2.14
Revolution 5D Lash Mascara – full size – worth £8.99
Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine 30ml – worth £46.5 based on a £100 jar
Indeed Labs noAcid Pads – full size – worth £19.99
GlamGlow SuperMud Treatment Mask 7g – worth £6.16
Invisibobble Slim Hair Tie – worth £6 (pack of three)
Ouai Haircare Detox Shampoo 10ml – sample
Price and Value
The ASOS June Beauty Box is priced at £20. My calculated value based on the full sized products is of £101.78, excluding the bareMinerals lipstick and the Ouai Haircare Shampoo sample. So overall, the value is somewhere north of £100. The official answer is that the box represents a 80% saving.
The box is available for purchase here.
Price/value ratio is something I believe we do not even need to discuss. It is that good! Agreed? Agreed. Now, content wise we can actually say pretty much the same thing. I know that the previous sentence could have gone either way by the way I phrased it, but seriously now, the contents are pretty alright.
First we have the Indeed Labs pads. This is a product that has been on my wishlist for months now. After discovering just how amazing Indeed Labs actually is through their Hydraluron Moisture Jelly Moisturiser, I have been looking to try more from them. I almost purchased the pads a while back but went with a retinol instead which is pretty darn amazing as well. Chances are that this product won’t be a disappointment either! So even though I may have not tried it before, I have high hopes for it.
The Elemis Cream is one product you probably heard so much about that we do not really need to discuss either. While the cream is not my favourite, it is good quality and feels nice on the skin. My mother loves it and has been using it for years now.
The Ouai Detox Shampoo is also great. Too bad that ASOS did not include a bigger size of the product in the box as you do need a couple of washes in order to determine whether a shampoo is worth purchasing or not. As with every Ouai product, the scent might not be for everyone. The product is not necessarily strongly fragranced, but the scent is not necessarily the nicest one either. It is not bad, just not incredible IMO. Same thing goes overall. I like the shampoo, but prefer the volume one over this one.
The CeraVe Smoothing Cream is hydrating and feels really nice on the skin. It can be a bit rich in texture so it will take some time to absorb, depending on your skin type of course. I haven’t been using it for long, but the bumps on my arms do seem a bit better. This is definitely the product I liked the most so far that targets the specific skin issues I am facing – aka bumps or more scientifically, keratosis pilaris. Furthermore, it is a derma-cosmetic so at least it should not do more harm through addition of fragrance or something else. It should be skin safe is what I meant.
I won’t comment on the rest of the products as it has been a while since I used them or I have never used them at all deadening on what product we are referring to. However, from what I have used and given the price, this box is a no brainer. I highly recommend giving it a go.
Grab the ASOS June Beauty Box here.
What do you think of this new edition of the ASOS beauty box?
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