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Here's what I thought of my December TreatBox...
As it's December the theme of this box could only be Christmas and includes a Christmas to do list, a self care advent calendar, a tea coaster, wrapping paper and Christmas tree decorations all designed by TreatBox.
Memory Lane Candy Cane Scented Wax Melts https://www.memorylanegifts.co.uk/?v=79cba1185463
I've had pumpkin spice scented wax melts from Treatbox before and didn't realise they were from Memory Lane. It's quite handy that I found their website so close to Christmas but the Memory Lane website is quite hard to navigate as it doesn't have product categories so everything they sell is all on the one page which slightly turns me off. I'm planning on giving these wax melts to my mum for Christmas.
Sensory Retreats Divine Eyes Heat Mask https://sensoryretreats.com
Sensory Retreats have won a Get The Glow Beauty Award, and have been shortlisted for several other prestigious industry awards. Their range feature products from eye masks, aromatherapy oils, candles and treat boxes. I'm really into self care and the Sensory Retreats website has a blog with self care tips and ideas which I will definitely be making use of.
Gardners Christmas Shortbread - https://gardnerscookies.co.uk
Gardner is the name of the family bakery running since 1910, they specialise in shortbread. They also do personalised biscuits, selection boxes and monthly subscription boxes. This is the Christmas version of the shortbread biscuit in the November Treatbox I didn't hang around for long though, as soon as I had taken a picture I ate it - yum!
Lindt Chocolate Teddy - https://www.lindt.co.uk
I think everyone has tried and tested Lindt chocolate, this is the 40g version of the infamous Lindt teddy bear. But not everybody knows that the first bar of Lindt chocolate was produced in Switzerland in 1985. The Lindt website provides lots of recipe suggestions for their products.
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