Summer Subscription Boxes: The Really Good Box and Skin Organics Beauty Box

Being the little busy bees that we are, we have been scurrying around as our little products have been included in 2 subscription boxes this summer: The Really Good box and Skin Organics Beauty Box! Both subscription boxes are incredible and I would like to tell you why.

Firstly, in July, we were featured in The Really Good Box‘s Child’s Pose box! We always say that we love being included in subscription boxes but I never feel like we express it enough. Finding new subscription boxes is probably my favourite thing to do and it’s amazing when I come across a box like this that shares the same values as us. The Really Good Box looks for companies that are organic, vegan and cruelty free so you can imagine my excitement when I heard from Hannah that she would like to include us!

Our FULL SIZED “help me, it’s way past my bedtime” candle was the lucky one to get included in the July boxes, which perfectly fit the theme of the box. Everything inside supported the theme of being calm and relaxed, which is certainly what the blend of lavender, geranium, melissa leaf and eucalyptus will do. Our sleep candles are perfect for anybody who either have trouble calming an active mind or just want to have a relax. We blended these essential oils together as they perfectly compliment one another and do actually aid the feeling of sleepiness. You can read our “Reviews and Mentions” page to get a few thoughts off our wonderful customers, bloggers and youtubers who may have also tried the “help me, it’s way past my bedtime” range.

If you would like to have a look at the July box by The Really Good Box then you can here. There may even be a few left. But remember, once they’re gone, they’re gone! The Really Good Box is a wonderful British company who deserve all the success that they get and we can’t wait to be included in another of their boxes in the future.

Secondly, we have Skin Organics Beauty Box who like to include luxurious organic and natural skincare. They pride themselves on being able to find the hidden gems that provide beautiful clean and green products that won’t hurt our environment. They even have eco-friendly packaging! This is obviously so important to us and it’s lovely when we come across companies that also do the same.

Included within their August box was our “help me, it’s way past my bedtime” room sprays. These are seeming to be one of most popular products and I can see why (gosh, I am so biased!) I use this spray every single night and I sleep like a baby and I have heard other happy customers that have found the same. Using the same essential oils as the candle, the room spray creates a lovely sleepy and dreamy atmosphere in your room just before you go to bed. But, with the room spray, it takes two seconds to “spritz, spritz” and you have a lovely sleepy room. We have had some lovely feedback from a few bloggers: one being Sandra from Beauty Balm (we have her picture here to the left)  and you can read her review post HERE.

Again, if you would like to have a look at their subscription boxes and their shop then you can bob on over to their website which I will link HERE. And if you would like to have a look at the products mentioned or the whole “help me, it’s way past my bedtime” range, you can HERE.

I hope you have enjoyed learning about some wonderful subscription boxes. Both boxes are made in the UK (we do love a good British company when we spot one) and they are run by some very lovely ladies. We may or may not be featured in some other boxes soon but I will keep you posted on that one. I hope you all have a lovely day and I will see you again on our little blog soon. Bye lovlies!

We’re in Artemis and Xena’s April Box!

This month something that we are very excited about happened: we were included in Artemis & Xena’s “Born to Sparkle” box last month. Ooh, how exciting! If you managed to grab yourself a box then you will have spotted our “help me, it’s way past my bedtime” room sprays hidden amongst all the goodies.

Artemis & Xena is a subscription service that is aimed at girls and young women who struggle with their mental health. Here at helpmeorganics, we try and design products that support an encourage a positive and health mental well being, which is why we were more than delighted to be included in a subscription box with such a positive message. Artemis & Xena are no longer a monthly subscription box and have recently changed to a quarterly instead. This means that you would receive a box every 3 months. As well as getting sent goodies, you are also able to enter the members section of the website where you will find mindfulness practices, well-being tips, videos and more. It is definitely worth subscribing.

So a little bit about the spray that you received in the box: our “help me, it’s way past my bedtime” room spray is designed to help you naturally drift off the sleep using aromatherapy. Using essential oils to help you feel sleepy is much better than using any synthetic fragrances or even sleeping medicines because it is completely natural and encourages a more organic way to fall to sleep. As most people will know, lavender is a common essential oil found in sleep or relax sprays because of it’s unbelievable power to calm but we wanted to blend some other scents with it to create an aroma that has a little more to it. Ginger is excellent for calming a troubled digestive system, melissa is well known to calm nervous exhaustion and slow your thoughts and eucalyptus is a highly relaxing oil that allows you to drift off naturally.

If the spray sounds like your cup of tea, you can order it from this website – it’s only £6.50! And if you would like to see what else is in the “Born to Sparkle” box, you can head over to my blog: as I have done a full review of the entire box and all of it’s contents. There are some lovely things accompanying our sprays so you should go over and have a look.

The “Born to Sparkle” box is still available to order from the Artemis & Xena website – it’s just £16. Or, if you would like to subscribe for a whole year, it would be £60.

Information and prices correct May 2017