Myinnerbox is a new UK based subscription box which has a focus on sustainability and the environment, as well as being involved with charitable projects and helping to support small-medium sized businesses. Each box is delivered to your door every month and contains 5-6 carefully chosen products which are cruelty-free, sustainable and vegan-friendly. The box itself is recyclable and made from recycled materials, and the brochure leaflet which details information about the products inside is also printed on recycled paper using natural-based inks.
Myinnerbox offers three purchase options on their website (paying monthly with no up-front payments) so that you can choose the one that is right for you:-
- A single box (no subscription) for £35.99 + £2.95 shipping
- A three-month subscription for £33.99 each month + £2.95 shipping
- A six-month subscription for £31.99 each month + £2.95 shipping
I’m always interested in these sorts of sustainable lifestyle boxes as they help us all to make better choices in what we purchase and they’re a great way to discover independent brands that you may not have heard about before. With this in mind, I was excited to receive the September Myinnerbox to review and it did not disappoint!
Here’s what I found inside:-
True Tea Co Masala Chai Organic and Ginger & Lemongrass
I absolutely love trying new tea blends and these two pouches are from the Yorkshire based independent company True Tea Co. They are tea enthusiasts and specialise in bringing the world’s best infusions to fellow tea lovers in a responsible manner. On the left is the delicious Masala Chai Organic which is perfect for the colder months ahead, and on the right is the Ginger & Lemongrass which is very ‘zingy’ and ideal to drink first thing in the morning to wake you up! I’m really impressed with both of these.
Salas Code Pepino Wakame Green Relax Sheet Mask
Next up, I found a biodegradable organic cotton sheet mask from Salad Code. Their Pepino Wakame Green Relax Sheet Mask is suitable for all skin types including sensitive and is formulated without any ‘nasties’ such as mineral oil, parabens, silicones etc. It’s a lovely pampering skincare treat with natural hydrating and anti-inflammatory properties so I’m looking forward to trying it out this weekend.
Huski Home Rice Husk Travel Cup
Single-use takeaway coffee cups are a nightmare for the environment and contribute millions of cups of waste which is completely unnecessary. Instead, this re-usable travel cup from Huski Home has been sustainably made by cleverly recycling unwanted rice husks from the food industry so that the end product is biodegradable and non-toxic – pure genius!
Adventures In The Anthropocene by Gaia Vince
I was very happy to find a book in the box as I feel like a lot of the other sustainable lifestyle boxes on the market don’t really include them, but education is incredibly important if you want to help change people’s minds. This book by the acclaimed British environmental journalist Gaia Vince, looks at how human history has altered the world which sounds very interesting.
Heaven Scent Relaxing Candle
I love scented candles, especially at this time of the year, and I really enjoy how calming this relaxing candle from Heaven Scent smells. It’s made with natural plant waxes for a clean and non-toxic burn, plus a blend of essential oils such as Geranium, Lavender and Ylang Ylang (my favourite) to create a comforting and calm environment at home.
EcoLiving Cotton Tea Bag
The last product is a gift from EcoLiving and this Cotton Tea Bag will certainly come in handy with my loose-leaf tea blends. It can be hand-washed and reused which helps to save further waste as you no longer need to use disposable tea filters – fantastic!