The April theme is "Natural Wonders" and it is all about products with an earthy feel and natural ingredients. Besides the Zoya mini, I received:
- a sample of Juicy Beauty organic oil-free moisturizer. It's also supposed to be blemish clearing, which is always a plus.
- a mini bar of Erno Laszlo active pHelityl soap, which is supposed to be moisturizing and help balance your skin's pH levels (and is almost as cute as the mini Zoya bottle).
- Yes To Blueberries brightening facial towelettes, moisturizing and cleansing all in one. I think I'm most looking forward to trying these. They're supposed to remove all traces of makeup and have a fruity scent.
- a sample of Yogini by Harvey Prince. I've worn this scent a few times already and I like it quite a lot. It definitely fits with the earthy vibe of this month's box.
Not my favorite Birchbox out of all the ones I received so far since starting my subscription last August, but it's got some good items for sure. I would have been happier if I had received Zoya Lotus, but that's just the luck of the draw. It's not like Birchbox would have known that I had already bought Bevin on my own. So, while I'm a little bummed about Bevin, I'm still happy with this month's samples.