Another month, another awesome Goodbeing Box to review! And like every month, I was not the least bit disappointed in anything that I received!

As always, if you’re new to my blog (welcome, and thank you for reading!) – I share my favorite clean, eco-friendly and cruelty-free favorites and discoveries, among which is this monthly subscription box from Goodbeing.

You can read all about how this box works here and my past box reviews here!

Let’s check out the goods, shall we?

ULIV Golden Glow Facial Souffle – (travel size, $25.50 value) – I received this in the November box (see here) and loved it so much that I chose it again for this month! I also listed this as one of my favorites for battling dry, sensitive skin this season (read post here). Seriously, if you try this moisturizer, you will fall in love..period. It contains a powerful and potent blend of healing plants, essential oils, and botanicals that are infused with peptides, vitamins, and anti-inflammatory ingredients to work to renew and repair cells and reveal your skin’s innate youth and vibrancy. Ingredients list includes organic turmeric oil, organic aloe vera, organic carrot seed oil, organic shea butter, manuka honey, coq10, and hyaluronic acid to name a few. The texture is a whipped, rich cream that doesn’t feel heavy or greasy and sinks into the skin, leaving it feeling soft and soothed. The scent is also quite beautiful, slightly sweet and floral, but not overpowering. Also works well as a primer under make up. One of my favorite facial lotions..ever. Contains honey, so not vegan.

Entyze Green Tea Mojito Mask – (full size, $24.99) – This was probably the most moisturizing powder mask that I have ever tried and I am in love. Formulated with a concentrated blend of antioxidants, like organic spirulina, organic matcha green tea, and organic moringa, as well as french green clay, this exfoliates and detoxifies your skin without drying it out. My skin felt soooo good after using this! Will definitely be keeping this in my weekly masking routine! Vegan.

Bella Pierre Cosmetics TwistUp Brow Pencil in Deep Brown – (full size, $20) – Hands down, the best slim brow pencil I have tried – and the first that doesn’t contain a multitude of toxic crap. Even though my brows are micro-bladed (is that a word?), I still like to define them when I am going out and this is perfect for me. It’s ultra-slim so extremely precise and the color is super pigmented, matches my brows perfectly and doesn’t smudge or wear off easily (though it washes off just fine). This is not vegan as it contains beeswax.

Andalou Naturals CannaCell D.Puff Eye Cream – (full size, $19.99) – My second pick from one of my all-time favorite brands, this eye cream is rich, hydrating and not greasy. It’s formulated with hemp stem cells and organic hemp seed oil to plump, smooth and brighten your undereye area. I’ve been using this at night and my eyes do look more refreshed in the morning. Vegan.

Lauren B Beauty Nail Color in Rose Bowl – (full size, $18) – My terrible mani job notwithstanding, this beautiful, vibrant pink is tinged with just a touch of purple with a hint of silver and I am all about it! Pink is my favorite color and I always tend to gravitate towards the bolder pink hues – especially once Spring hits (I know we’re still a few months away from warmer weather, but I am over this dreary, cold already!). I know it’s impossible to find a truly “green” nail polish, but this one does not contain formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, DBP, toluene or camphor, and is TPHP free, so still a cleaner option than conventional. It’s also vegan and USA made too. 🙂

Have you tried any of these brands? Which are your favorite?

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Until next month!

Brie 💕💕

*Goodbeing box was gifted for review, all thoughts are my own. Post contains an affiliate link. All photos were taken by and are property of TBE, do not use without permission.