I’m always excited about Redbook magazine’s Red Beauty Box (see posts here and here), and for good reason. The products are full size and, for lack of a better term, don’t suck! This year’s version definitely didn’t disappoint, and as soon as I opened up the signature red box, I knew I’d be excited to share what’s inside…
Redbook’s Latest Red Beauty Box
I love a texturizing powder and Sexy Hair’s version is really amazing for fine/thin hair like mine. It comes out in a cloud-like mist and my hair pretty much instantly looks more voluminous. This one is staying in the bathroom, guys.
Charcoal is such a hot ingredient right now and even though this mask is best for acne-prone or oily skin, I DO enjoy the occasional charcoal mask when my skin is acting up.
I’m obsessed with wet skin moisturizer- it’s official. Activated by water on freshly showered skin, the moisturizer has tons of hydrating ingredients and ceramide to help maintain the skin’s moisture barrier. For me, the best part is that you can apply it right after you turn the shower off (but are still soaking wet), ha.
When I first pulled this one out of the red box I was like “oooooh, this is perfect for my peach fuzz!” The tip is coated in 18K gold (plated) and there’s even a light so you can really see any hair you want gone. Another selling point for me: you can use it every day and don’t even need to wait for the hair to actually grow out!
Speaking of products I’ve never tried before, a steam eye mask? I was instantly intrigued. The mask uses self-heating technology to help your eyes relax a bit and soothe eyes with the warm, calming sensation of steam heat. Each mask is single use (and great for travel), and it’s available in lavender, citrus and unscented. LOOOOVE this.
What do you guys think? Would you try a steam eye mask?
Thank you to Redbook for sponsoring this post!