I was thrilled when POPSUGAR sent me a Must Have Box to review and share with my readers. At the time, I had no idea what amazing goodies would arrive. So, I was even more excited when I opened mine!
For those of you who haven't heard of the POPSUGAR Must Have Box before, here are a few details:
My June Must Have Box consisted of some GREAT products...
Emily Giffin's The One & Only -
New York Times bestselling author returns with this highly anticipated novel. Just in time, as I needed a good Summer read!
SACHAJUAN Shiny Body Lotion -
Your skin needs hydration, especially after being in the Summer sun. Using Swedish oats, this lotion reduces the appearance of wrinkles and calms irritation, keeping your skin replenished.
Turkish-T Beach Towel -
This towel acts as a lightweight beach towel by day and a glam wrap by night. It's loomed from the world's finest cotton, so it might be time to trade in my overused beach towel for this chic alternative!
You Smell Lemon Wet Wipes -
Finding time to freshen up just got easier! These naturally antibacterial wipes are not only durable, but also gentle. A must-have for adventures and workouts this Summer!
Lollies Basics Hair Ties -
Spruce up your ponytail instantly with Lollies. Made from swimwear fabric, they look cute on your wrist and in your hair! Unlike other hair bands, these won't stretch over time.
One Potato Two Potato Hawaiian BBQ -
Say aloha to savory Hawaiian BBQ kettle chips. Cooked with all natural ingredients and packed with flavor, these chips are an amazing snack.
Native Union $15 Gift Card -
Native Union creates unique and simple designs for everyone in the digital age. With a $15 gift card, peruse the site full of geek gadgetry to find something that fulfills your techie dreams.
Enjoy a coupon code from POPSUGAR
$10 off of a 3-month subscription
Enter Code: JUNESELECT10 when ordering your subscription here
End Date: 6/30/14
Disclaimer: POPSUGAR provided me with a complimentary POPSUGAR Must Have box. The opinions I have shared about the box are my own and POPSUGAR did not tell me what to say or how to say it.