What’s in the November Birchbox

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Mine arrived earlier this week, so not sure why I’m only getting around to writing about it now. It was actually a really good box, but perhaps my Dead Sea experience is a tough act to follow.

November Birchbox

First up was a sweet little pot of Ayres’ fragrant midnight tango body butter.  Thick without being greasy, and perfect size for travel, although it’s scent is strong enough you might not want to apply in your seat. More intriguing is the Eyeko Back magic mascara tube which has a normal brush despite its unusual packaging. Fortunately it’s water proof so I can afford to try it on my next trip. (Tip: Avoid non waterproof mascaras on long flights to avoid the risk of waking up to find you have public racoon eyes.)



November Birchbox Ayres body eyeko mascara

Next was a small container of WEI golden root purifying mud mask. I’ll be interested to see how it compares to the medium quality mud I brought back from the Dead Sea. There was also a tube of Folle de Joie eau de parfum, which had a pleasant smell, but still wasn’t for me.

November Birchbox WEI mud mask Joie (1)

Last was a packet of WEI pomegrante buffing beads. You add them to your daily cleanser to brighten and declog skin.

November Birchbox WEI buffing beads

And this month’s bonus was a far-too-small (since I liked them) package of Fatty Sundays Chocolate Covered Pretzel. I’m not a huge fan of chocolate themed snacks, but the addition of toasted coconut, mint, and toffee crunch had these gone within 2 minutes of opening the box. Yum!

November Birchbox Fatty sundays chocolate covered pretzel


If you’re interested in trying Birchboxes of your own for $10 a month, consider signing up via my referral link. I’ll get 50 Birchbox points and through the end of the month we’ll both be entered to win a Kate Spade make up bag.


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