Jun. 24.

Tried Tuesday: Chic Treat Club

chic-thI was lucky enough to receive a message from the amazing Anita of fame last week to tell me that I had won a Chic Treat Club box. I had only ever seen these in pictures and blog posts before, so I was eager to see it “in person”, and it arrived today.


I arrived downstairs to find this carton having just arrived from DPD. It’s very sturdy and is obviously designed to carefully protect the valuable contents inside. That’s always a good start. A little tug on the cardboard tear strip had me in to the good stuff, the actual Chic Treat Club box.


I was immediately impressed by the quality of the box and it’s accompanying booklet. I especially love the weight of the box, and its magnetic catch flap. It keeps things safe while still being easy to open, while the booklet is colourful and spells out everything you need to know about the products included. I didn’t look through this first, instead choosing to open the box and find out by actually seeing everything


So, through the ribbon and tissue paper (again beautifully presented) I went…

There was actually quite a delightful mix of products in the box, which included in no particular order:


Sleek Eye Dust in Vintage. A little pot of silver grey loose pigment eyeshadow. I have used Sleek eye dusts before and they are a little powerful pot of pleasure to use.


Bia Beauty Lemon Myrtle Hand Cream. An Irish business featured in an Irish box. This generous jar of hand cream was made with love in Cork and really smells quite delicious. I am a big fan of citrus, lemony scents.


Palmers Cocoa Butter Foot Magic: Another well known and respected brand, featuring another full sized product. I really am happy with what is coming out of the box, as there is a nice selection of products to use on different parts of the body.


Waxperts Ingrown Hair Pads: Yay for another Irish business. What would nice feet be without lovely legs to match. These are a holy grail product for anyone who is waxing or shaving, and as something I have never tried before I am really looking forward to getting stuck into these.


Dream Water: This is an interesting one. It’s designed with minerals to aid relaxation and encourage a good night’s sleep. I’m not entirely sure if it will show any improvement after just 1 bottle, but I will give it a go and see.


There’s some really great products in the box, and all full size. Granted it is because of it being a special for the 6 month anniversary of Chic Treat Club, but I am still rather impressed. the good news too is that you can now sign up for a monthly subscription, instead of 3 months, which had been a bit of a stumbling block for me. I may just be signing up to receive them regularly in the future.

What do you think of Chic Treat Club? Are there any must get/must avoid beauty boxes, in your opinion? The comment line is open!


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  • There’s a good mix of products in there. I’ve never bought a beauty box, but the idea of supporting an Irish one does appeal to me so I must investigate it further now that you can sign up per month.

    The Bia Beauty hand cream is one of my favourites, despite the fact it comes in a jar. I find it lovely as an overnight treat. I’ve heard nothing but good things about the Waxperts pads, they seem like a great multi-tasking product. I’m looking forward to hearing how you get on with them.

    • You of all people know what I’m like for my hand creams, so I should get on well with the Bia Beauty one.

      The Waxperts pads intrigue me, so I will be giving them a proper workout!

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