When searching for a few lovely little British brands to write about this summer I stumbled across The Really Good Box subscription boxes and instantly fell in love. If I could have designed a company to discover, it would look like this one: amazing brand morals, a lovely idea and of course, a stunning website and beautiful products. So, I obviously contacted the lovely Hannah to see if she would like to include our helpmeorganics products in her boxes and… she said YES! As you have all probably seen on my Twitter and Instagram, our “help me, it’s way past my bedtime” candles actually feature in The Really Good Box‘s July box and a review of the entire box will be my post for tomorrow!
So, a little bit about this lovely company? The Really Good Box is a monthly subscription box service that sends lovely food, cosmetic and lifestyle goodies to your door. Describing their boxes as perfect for the ethical consumer, the founders are extremely passionate about discovering little hidden gems that are against animal testing and also bring a little bit of vegan into your life. It’s so lovely to open up your box and discover brands with amazing company values that also promote ingredients that help save our little planet.
They also look for fair trade, organic and eco-conscious brands to feature in their boxes too. As well as this, I saw on the side of their boxes that the packaging is 100% recyclable and biodegradable. They have just covered all bases haven’t they!
Each box has a general theme. The July box that I have sat next to me now is entitled the “Child’s Pose” box and inside is a card that gives you all of the information about the pose, it’s benefits and how to do it properly. I have actually had a go at doing it and I seem to be OK at it. Initially, I was a little worried that I would topple over in a graceful fashion but I managed to stay on my knees and actually relax a little. It stretches out your back and everything – I felt like some kind of yoga master. Anyway, moving on, everything that filled the box added to the idea of being calm, relaxed and enjoying a positive state of well being. If you would like to know exactly what was in this months box, come back tomorrow to read my full review!
The last thing I do want to mention is that a proportion of the cost of every box has been donated to Depaul UK, which is a charity that helps people who are homeless. They are a London based charity and you can go over to their website to have a look at exactly what they do. I will link it HERE. It’s so nice to see a company donate a proportion of their sales to charity because it shows that they actually care what’s going on around the world. I don’t know why massive worldwide companies don’t jump of the idea more often.
If you would like to check out The Really Good Box then you can here:
Thank you for reading and I will see you all again for day #13 tomorrow!
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