Keeping with the theme of Thanksgiving, this month's Birchbox is all about sharing/giving, particularly (Red), which donates to benefit those with AIDS.
Camille Beckman Platinume Gold Imperial Repair Hand Therapy ($20)This being the first product I pulled out, I was not too enthusiastic because the smell is not something I particularly enjoy. However, if you enjoy the smell, the quality and effectiveness of the hand cream is nice, but I can't get past the undesirable fragrance.
Toni and Guy Classic Shine Gloss Serum ($15)
I have only ever tried the Toni and Guy Sea Salt spray, which I am quite impressed with; therefore, I am glad to give this serum a try, especially with dry winter months approaching.
I haven't ever tried anything from Juice Beauty. The tube itself holds very little product, but I am still excited to give this mask a try. Plus, my skin always looks forward to products that are exfoliating.
MAKE Dual Phase Eye Makeup Remover ($22)
I haven't tried anything from MAKE, but the brand seems quite trendy. This eye makeup remover combines oil and water, claiming to remove makeup and soothe skin.
Laura Mercier Longwear Creme Eye Pencil in Violet ($24)
This is by far the most exciting thing in my box this month. Even though, lately, Birchbox has been sending out an abundance of eyeliners, this one stands out because of the brand's reputation, eyeliner formula, and lovely purple shade.
Maple Bacon ChocoPod ($6.49)
Lastly, as a true bonus I received this little treat, chocolate with a little bit of sweet crunch (I did not find any evidence of bacon, just maple, but still very good).