Tili Beauty Box No.3

QVC started their own beauty box called Tili last year. Tili stands for Try It, Love It and is released every three months. It costs £20 including P&P and you get to see what’s inside before buying.

The third box was released earlier this month and I wasn’t quite as excited for this one as I was with the previous two. The reason being, is that the last box was full of fantastic makeup items, whereas this one is more skin and body care based.

So here’s a look at what’s inside.

Pixi Skintreats Glow Tonic Exfoliating Toner

This is a super popular toner, but I still have a mini bottle to try from one of my advent calendars. I’m pretty fussy with toners as I often find them too harsh and they strip my skin of moisture, so I’ll be popping this in a giveaway as I don’t need two bottles.

Elemis Gentle Foaming Facial Wash

Despite skin care items not being my favourite to receive, I’m actually pretty glad to have got this. Elemis is a brand that I like and as I only like to deep cleanse my skin with my Clarisonic a couple of times a week, I’ll use this on the days in between.

Decleor Smoothing Oil Serum

I wasn’t excited to see this in my box at all, as it’s a free sample. I also feel like every beauty box includes an oil, so I already have a tonne in my collection that promise to hydrate and help reduce lines and wrinkles. I’ll be giving this to my mum, as she loves skin care. 

This Works In Transit Camera Close-Up

This is another really popular product and one that I’ve never tried before. This is a three in one mask, moisturiser and primer that I’m really looking forward to trying out. 

Philip Kingsley Elasticizer

This is one of the items that swayed me to buy this box. Not only is this a cult product that’s meant to be a fantastic, intensive hair mask but this is in the new and summery Coconut Breeze scent. 

Molton Brown Dew Lily of the Valley & Star Anise Shower Gel

As I’ve mentioned loads before, I love receiving shower gels and body washes. This one is a bit more floral than what I’d usually go for, but it still smells pretty good. 

Australian Bodycare Tea Tree Oil Skin Wash

Another body wash but this is a great anti-bacterial one, that reduces blemishes and bites, as well as cleaning cuts and abrasions. I’ll save this for when I travel. 

Essie Mint Candy Apple Nail Polish

This is such a beautiful pastel green and it’s the sort of shade I use non-stop throughout spring. I’m really happy to have got this. 

Doll 10 Lip Velvet in Fashionista

The first makeup item in this box is a velvet-matte lip product. I usually hate matte lip products as I find them way too drying, but the description I found on Doll 10’s website makes this sound a more comfortable lip velvet to wear. 

Mally Shadow Stick Extra in Smoky Quartz

The final item in the Tili box is a Mally eyeshadow stick. I love eyeshadow sticks as they’re quick and easy to use. This is a really gorgeous bronzey shade that I’ve been wearing and really loving already.

So that’s everything in the latest Tili box. Despite not being that impressed initially, there’s still quite a few items that I love. Let me know if you’ve tried the Tili box. 

21 thoughts on “Tili Beauty Box No.3

  1. Such awesome products in there! I love all these little subscription boxes, bless whoever was the first to come up with them! Mint Candy Apple stands as like my top 3 favorite nail colors, such a great tone!!!!

    xo, JJ

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  2. Decleor oils are kind of stinky… best to give that to your mom! 😉
    Hmm curious about how well that This Works In Transit Camera Close-Up works… sounds like it promises to be everything. Might be overselling it a bit!
    That Mally Shadow Stick Extra in Smoky Quartz is stunning – the best item out of the whole box!

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    • Haha well now you’ve said that I definitely will😂 It does promise a lot. I look forward to trying it but doubt it’ll live up to expectations. Agreed! By far my favourite item from the box. X

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