Honey Pop Club
been toying with the idea of getting a beauty subscription box for a while (mainly because its nice getting little treats and mini presents to myself through the post!) and running up to my 20th birthday last month I saw that one of favourite fashion bloggers, Amanda from
had released The Honey Pop Club, a monthly subscription box promoting indie brands. This month's theme was self-care and self-love during the holiday season, so I thought I'd treat myself.
The best part is that any beauty product included each month is totally cruelty-free! Read on to see what was inside the December box...
White Rabbit is a vegan, cruelty-free skincare brand based in Scotland, one I'd never heard of before which was really lovely to discover. This daily moisturiser is a thick formula that feels super creamy yet light enough to use as a base or primer under make up. Totally love this product so far!
Next up we have a cute little hardback notebook from Sun Jellies by Scottish designer Karen Mabon, which I've already filled with notes for my university project over the Christmas break, and an adorable chubby unicorn pin from Glasgow streetwear brand Abandon Ship Apparel.
Finally, the Honey Pop Club subscription box this month included a couple of postcards, one with fabulous Ru Paul quote, a Honey Pop Club sticker and a Veronica Dearly greetings card (There will be a framable quote from an inspirational woman in each month's box). Its totally fitting because I bought back some artsy notecards from Moderna Museet in Stockholm earlier this month so I've started a little collection on my bedroom wall!
I aim to do lots more blog posts in 2017 on veganism (which I've totally let slip this month and I 100% blame mince pies), cruelty-free beauty and ethical fashion, so stay tuned, and have a happy new year!