Anyway, here's what I received in my April Birchbox. (Please bear with me on the photo quality; my cat was sleeping on the table where I normally take photos for this blog, and I didn't want to wake him, so I had to switch locations. I'm not super happy with this background and lighting, but my cat got his beauty sleep, so that's something, I guess.)
Human & Kind Family Remedy Cream. I received it in an Escape Monthly subscription box that contained items from Ireland, and it's fantastic. My hands were so weather-beaten by winter, and this has helped whip them back into shape.)
This month's Birchbox had a good variety of items. I wasn't super excited about any of them, but I didn't dislike any of them either, so I consider that a win. (That's in contrast to another subscription box that I just received, for which I paid $50 and ended up liking only two of the six items inside it. That's a review for another day, though.)
I'm going off on a lot of tangents here, aren't I? I'll finish this post by reminding you that, if you don't subscribe to Birchbox and would like to do so, head on over to the website using my referral link: Birchbox subscription link. The cost is $10 per month, and you'll receive four or five samples of beauty items and cosmetics (and, apparently, food).