Monday, 14 January 2013

Natures Healthbox - Green People Anti Ageing Facial Oil & Dragonfly Rooibos Earl Grey Tea Bags

Natures Healthbox is a brand new online shopping experience.  It offers products in the following categories - baby & child, beauty & skincare, supplements, food, natural pharmacy, household, travel, petcare and remedies.

Jon, Keeley and Kerri worked together for an online pharmacy and following some discussions decided to set up Natures Healthbox

They are passionate about the products they sell and have tried and tested either themselves or their families and friends (the four legged variety too!).

I was sent Green People Anti Ageing Facial Oil (30ml - £16.89) and Dragonfly Tea Rooibos Earl Grey Teabags (40 - £2.49).

They came nicely packaged (see below)




The first thing I noticed about this oil was its gorgeous scent - rose geranium and rosemary essential oils are used as well as rosehip oil to improve skin elasticity and help support the structure of the skin.

Green people established in 1997 by Charlotte Vøhtz,  Her daughter, Sandra suffered from eczema and severe allergies so Charlotte set about making natural skincare products for her daughter.  She shared them with the world via Green People and you can of course buy from the range at Natures Healthbox.



The products are all free from parabens, petrochemicals, SLS, phthalates, synthetic fragrances and colours.  100% certified Soil Association and 99% certified organic ingredients.  Fairly traded ingredients and suitable of vegans and vegetarians.

To use: after cleansing apply a couple of drops to your fingertips and massage lightly into your skin.

I tend to use it with a little bit of moisturiser/night cream on top.  A really lovely product.  My skin looks healthy, radiant and smooth.  

Dragonfly Rooibos Early Grey Tea Bags

Dragonfly Tea are a family company based in the UK who have a tradition of sourcing, growing and making teas since the 19th Century.  They make Rooibos, Green, Yellow, White and Black teas.

I was sent Rooibos Earl Grey tea bags which is bergamot blended with caffeine-free rooibos (also known as redbush) tea.  Rooibos is rich in anti-oxidants.  Brew for 3-4 minutes and then add sugar or honey.

I love normal Earl Grey tea so was interested to try this out and a big plus that it's caffeine free.  It is not as strongly perfumed/flavoured but is a tasty and enjoyable drink and one I'd buy.  




For a 10% Discount use code BLOGTASTIC2013 at checkout (valid until the end of January). Free UK delivery on all orders of £50 or more.

January offers include:

25% off Salcura 
15% off A.Vogel 
20% off Amy's Kitchen 


Have you used any of these products?  What are your thoughts?

Website - Natures Healthbox
Twitter - @NaturesHBox 


*complimentary products sent for review

12 comments:

  1. I was sent the Green People Facial Oil too from Natures Healthbox and love it! You are right about that lovely scent!

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    1. Such a lovely product I'd been wanting to try it for a while so was super excited to get it to review! x

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  2. The GP Facial Oil sounds really nice and I should switch to using something like that caffeine-free tea too - I think my recent headaches have been because I've been having way too much caffeine :( x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves

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    1. I'm sure you'd love it and I really recommend the tea its yummy x

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  3. hey! i found you through the BBU Blog Hop and decided to subscribe. these are great reviews! thanks for sharing :)

    http://sincerelyella.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you so much! I've followed you back :) x

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  4. Sounds like a lovely website to check out. Never tried rooibos tea, do you like it? X

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    1. It is quite an acquired taste but with the earl grey quite nice and I like that it is caffeine free! x

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  5. The facial oil sounds so lovely, I really need to try some products from Green People, they always look so tempting! x

    http://bowtiedbeauty.blogspot.com/

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    1. Its gorgeous, really nice to use x

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  6. ughhhh I hate Earl Grey. My boyfriend drinks a lot of it but I prefer my PG Tips :)

    Angela

    followed you on GFC http://british-bargains-and-beauty.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I think it's a love hate kind of tea.
      thanks for the follow, followed back x

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