1) It has seven luxury samples instead of 5
2) It costs £15 (instead of £10) plus P&P
3) It comes out quarterly
The box itself is a greyish colour, actually quite nice and classic- I may even prefer it to the pink Glossy Box. Inside it includes the usual card explaining the products and seven products. It is so nice and very exciting to see a full Glossy Box, I think having seven samples rather than five really adds to the excitement!
PackagingThe best feature of the Glossy Box is its packaging. Its aesthetically pleasing exterior box is complemented well by the black tissue paper that wraps the products inside. Its little details like the ribbon bow that make this product worth buying. Inside, I received a letter explaining the ethos of the company and the quality of the products which I thought was a nice touch.
Even though I’m no metro sexual male the products themselves were quite pleasant to use. The body moisturiser and the hand sanitiser were fairly sized and had strangely addictive scents to them. I particularly enjoyed the ‘Alum matchsticks, after shave astringents’ simply because I never knew these existed and I’ve already noticed a visible improvement in the calming of my razor burns. Perhaps the after shave perfume could have been slightly larger in volume and it doesn’t have the greatest aroma ever.
I received this product with scepticism, however upon using them it has dented my perception of male grooming products without altering my characteristics as a man. If it had a razor the Glossy Box would have been perfect, even so I would recommend buying it.
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What do you think of the Glossy Box for men? Do you think any man you know would love it?
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