Art Of Organics: In Pursuit Of Clean Beauty

I’m so excited to share about Art Of Organics with you all for the first time! I’ve been eyeing this box for a while now. They consistently curate a lovely set of products every month and I love the gorgeous packaging. It almost feels like you’re opening up a present. What really won me over though, is their mission. Art Of Organics believes beauty should not sacrifice health and their mission is to connect people with the cleanest, most effective and luxe beauty products in existence. I can totally get behind all of that!

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Each box is curated with a particular theme in mind and the products are carefully chosen to work together and create a meaningful self-care experience. The December theme is MOONBEAM and the box comes to together as a nice evening ritual, perfect for winter.

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Kahina Giving Beauty Moisture Mask

This is not your typical mask. The Moisture Mask was designed to improve your skin’s barrier function to hold more water in, along with helping your skin tone and alleviating redness. I was expecting this to be a rich cream that just kind of sits on your face while you’re masking, but it’s anything but. It has a thick, almost jelly like texture in the jar, yet it glides onto skin created just a thin layer that feels hydrating, but not greasy. The unique feel comes from the ingredients. They included sodium hylauronate, avena strigosa, resveratrol extract and more to really plump up skin and hydrate it in such a way that the moisture stays in. This is a game changer for winter months! Our heat is running day and night now, and with it comes my usually dip into drier skin this time of year. Kahina’s Moisture Mask was just what my skin needed!

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Luna Nectar Moon Boost Lash + Brow Serum

I wrote about this product earlier this year and really enjoyed using it, so I was happy to see another one come in this month’s box. The serum comes in a bamboo tube that has a very small applicator brush, making it easy to follow along your lash line. I’ve used it for both my lashes and brows, but I have been really focusing on my brows! As someone who was a teen in the 90’s, Seventeen magazine didn’t do me any favors with their eyebrow shaping tutorials. Thin was in and I plucked away, only to have it never grow back. I did win best brows in one of my classes my senior year, but it was totally not worth it *sigh*. Since I don’t have a time machine to go back and hide my tweezers from myself, this is the next best thing. I’ve noticed a bit of new growth and they seem to be slowly getting a little thicker.

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If you want to check out Art of Organics’ boxes, you can do so here. It’s a great value since each month you receive 2-4 full size products valued at $70 or more, but you only pay $39 per month. You can also sign up for one time boxes or shop their beauty store. AO is doing something really special in January and I commend them for it. They’re taking the month off of their subscription boxes to allow subscribers to appreciate and use up what they have and take a break from consumerism. So if you sign up, know that January will be skipped (there will be no charges for subscribers for that month). I can’t wait to see what they have planned for February! xo

Post contains affiliate links and the box was provided by Art Of Organics. All opinions are always 100% my own.

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