Every time I see the little brown box all the way from France waiting to be opened, I do a little internal happy dance. I’ve had a couple of ‘iffy’ weeks recently, so this Super box by My Little Box was the perfect pick me up. If you don’t know about My Little Box, number 1: where have you been?! Number two: read my first post all about it here. I’d received an email last week from My Little Box with a few clues as to what was going to be inside so I was pretty excited. If you didn’t know, I have a lot of love for superhero films so I couldn’t wait to see what was going to be inside. 

I felt like this month’s contents were a little different than previous months, but I’m still happy with them all the same.

“I believe I can fly” tee £29 –  Possibly my most favourite item out of this month’s box. I love oversized tees for lounging around in or wearing for pyjama and this one size fits all tee is perfect! I love how My Little Box are so different to a lot of the subscription boxes out there, by including such a diverside range of products inside. This top is a prime example of that!

Kerastese Luminous Perfecting Conditioner £20 – This product is the March “hero product” which claims to leave hair looking luminous, soft and supple without any tangles.  I’m yet to try anything by Kerastese so I’m really looking forward to using this in my next shower. Me and my hair have a bit of a rocky relationship so I’m hoping that this conditioner lives up to it’s promise of super hair that is super easy.

Caudalie’s Hand and Nail Cream £12 – Hand cream is one of my fave things. I’m rubbish at moisturising my body, but my hands and face? Love it. I’ve heard amazing things about Caudalie and this is actually one of their best selling products, containing organic fair trade shea butter, avocado and olive oil. With a creamy texture it should melt into your skin and help to repair any dry or damaged skin. I’ll be popping this cream into my handbag right after writing this post!

My Little Beauty Lip and Cheek Pencil £10.50 – Anything that claims to speed up applying your makeup and make it that bit easier, I’m all over it. Don’t get me wrong, I love makeup. I love more time in bed in the morning too though, so for days at uni or just running some errands, minimal and easy makeup is the one. This dual purpose pencil is a gorgeous peach shade and will look good brushed across your cheekbones or blotted onto your lips. A definite makeup bag essential!

Superstickers £4 – My Filofax is one of my favourite things I’ve bought this year so far, and I’ve pretty much fallen in love with stickers to decorate it too. This set of stickers is super cute and motivational and I can’t wait to put them to use.

As always, the My Little World magazine is no disappointment. Filled with tutorials, beautiful photography, editorials and interviews, it’s a great read every time. I especially love the Supergirls’ Wardrobe, along with the features on different lesser known super women like Jean Grey (I always wanted to be her!). Are you subscribed to My Little Box? If not, why not? At only £14.95 per month, with this box being worth over £75, it’s 100% worth it. Let me know what you think in the comments!