COCOTIQUE April Box Reveal – Better Late Than Never

April 2014 COCOTIQUE REVEAL

This is my COCOTIQUE April Box Reveal for those who may be considering a subscription to this service.

COCOTIQUE is a deluxe beauty box subscription service for women of color and diverse ethnicities. Each month COCOTIQUE sends a specially curated deluxe box filled with 5-6 sample size and full-size beauty and lifestyle products for just $20 including FREE SHIPPING. Once you get your bag, you can review items online and tell COCOTIQUE what you think to earn COCOHearts that can be redeemed for a free COCOTIQUE Box.

What’s in my COCOTIQUE box?

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This month’s theme…Love in the City

Professional Moisture Complex – A patented, paraben free moisture complex that uses plant-derived ingredients to mimic the structure of natural skin lipids, known as ceramides, helping to restore the skin’s moisture protective barrier. With no added fragrance, dyes, or volatile alcohols, it is ideal for all skin types. Vitamin E, an antioxidant, protects skin while lavender calms and soothes. Full Size

Tahitian Noni & Monoi Smooth & Repair Hair & Scalp Weekly Therapy – This ultra-nourishing treatment is the secret to healthy, shiny hair. It works to soothe, hydrate and provide antioxidant benefits to the scalp, which promote healthy hair renewal and growth.  Full Size

Honey & Black Seed Hand Cream – Honey has historically been used to comfort skin and heal wounds. Black seed—which was found in the tomb of King Tut—has been celebrated for its ability to strengthen the immune system, increase blood circulation, and smooth uneven complexions. Black seed oil (nigella sativa) was reportedly used by Queen Nefertiti to maintain her exquisite complexion. This line uses vitamin-rich Arabian honey, with its high concentrations of skin regenerating proteins. Full Size

Moroccan Rhassoul 5-in-1 Clay Treatment – This one bottle does the work of five products – it’s a detoxifying cleanser, a smoothing conditioner, an effortless detangler and a deep conditioner, all while doing the work of a leave-in conditioner! NATURALICIOUS 5-in-1 Clay Treatment is infused with rhassoul clay straight from the African country of Morocco. This “no-poo” cleansing clay conditioner is rich in silica, magnesium, potassium, & calcium and leaves your hair unbelievably clean as it removes excess toxins, impurities, and buildup. Cocoa butter and olive oil help condition as you cleanse, keeping your hair softer than you’ve ever experienced. Deluxe Sample Size

Mango Coconut Body Butter – Whipped to perfection! Conquer dehydrated skin! A rich and creamy blend of organic African shea butter, mango butter coconut oil, jojoba oil, and Vitamin E. This whipped wonder will leave your skin supple, well nourished and smooth. Plus it smells amazing! Deluxe Sample Size

Sexy Body Butter – An all-natural body butter made of ultra moisturizing Cocoa Butters and Shea Butters infused with Apricot and Olive Oils nourishes skin and leaves skin soft and noticeably moisturized. With 24 hour moisture, enhance your natural glow with a body butter that leaves your skin supremely sexy. Infused with a blend of raspberry and strawberry with notes of cotton candy and musk. -Deluxe Sample Size

Sweet Ambrosia Leave-In ConditionerAward-winning, ultra-moisturizing leave-in conditioner transforms dry, lifeless locks into soft, shiny and luminous hair. With Jojoba, Avocado, Wheat Germ and Coconut Oils, and Arnica, Nettle, Horsetail and Rosemary Extracts.  Deluxe Sample Size

Thoughts:

This month I loved everything in the COCOTIQUE box. It arrived late due to a postal mix-up, but it was totally worth the wait! With summer months rapidly approaching I’ll definitely be needing the body butter and hand cream.

What did you think about the COCOTIQUE April 2014 box?

 

 

Laryssa

Laryssa

I’m a wife, mother and owner of Sakura Luxe living my life in sunny California. I love to create handmade things but I also love to inspire others to live their best lives. Blogging is a great way to marry those passions.
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