Can you believe it’s already April? This year is seriously flying by!
Each month I’m going to be reviewing the latest TOPPBOX Male Subscription Box, which I couldn’t be happier about. As I’ve mentioned previously, there aren’t that many male grooming subscription boxes out there, and TOPPBOX is quite possibly the best.
If you want to know more about TOPPBOX, make sure you read my post that explains it all here.
I’m going to let you know what I love about each box, and what product I like the least. I thought this way, it’ll keep the content each month fresh and give you a true insight into what I’m trying.
In March’s box I received:
- Good Day Organics Rough & Tough Hand Balm
- Skin & Tonic Calm Clean
- Flint + Flint Lip Hero
- Pure Skincare London Black Mask
- Rockbotom Socks
What product did I like the most?
Is it a cop out if I say the socks? Well, let me tell you why. When you get a grooming box regularly, it’s a nice little surprise when you get a lifestyle product. I love the design of these socks, and it definitely added something different to the box.
If I had to pick a skincare product I liked the most, it would have to be the Rough & Tough Hand Balm. We’re just coming out of winter, so my hands have been on the drier side. This product doesn’t have a scent and is incredibly hydrating. It’s more of a treatment, than a product you should use regularly because it’s pretty thick. It’s great to pop on and leave to sock in. And it’s even great to put on your feet!
What product did I like the least?
Sad to say, but I wasn’t too fond of the Flint + Flint Lip Hero. Lip balms are probably the skincare product I own the most of, so my expectations are pretty high. I’m not massively keen on the scent, and I didn’t find it to be too hydrating. If your lips aren’t as dry as mine, I’m sure this would be a wonderful product, but it just wasn’t got me.
The selection of products in this months box is really great. For the monthly cost of £19, you’re really getting a treat. If you want to sign up for yourself, you can find more information on TOPPBOX‘s website.
What’s your favourite subscription box? Let me know in the comments below.