Review on the Tili Beauty Box Sixth Edition

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It’s been a while since I posted a beauty box review (all the way back to the Birchbox review in August!), so I thought I’d kick it back off with the Tili Beauty Box. I am not signed up to any subscriptions and prefer to shop around and see what is offer, plus switch up who the beauty box is coming from, so that explains my beauty box break!


I saw the Tili Beauty Box advertised on Instagram and couldn’t believe how many products were in one box! I’ve never had a Tili box before, and if they are also new to you, they are available through the QVC website (UK Mainland only) and are subscription free. This one-off box cost just £20 (with free delivery) and contains over £80’s worth of products! They do tell you in the product description what you are going to get but I tried not to look too much to keep some surprise and suspense!

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Products received in the Tili Box:

Pixi Glow Booster (available here as part of a set)

I was super happy to receive a Pixi product as I have enjoyed their skincare in the past and a liquid illuminator was something I was missing in my makeup bag. I got the White Pearl colour which has a white shimmer finish. The consistency is really soft and makes for easy application with your fingertips. I also love that this can be applied over or under makeup.

Percy & Reed No Oil Oil

A hair smoothing oil always gets a yes from me, especially since it is from Percy & Reed. This is applied through towel-dried hair and aims to smooth, seal and volumise. It’s lightweight and non-greasy, and I definitely noticed some extra softness after the first use.

Nails Inc Nail Polish

The colour is called Rose Bellini which is such a lovely, shimmery rose gold colour. I’m assuming this is a unique colour not available as it has been signed with Tili x. The coverage is so good you can get away with just one coat and it dries so quickly!

Philosophy Purity Made Simple One-Step Facial Cleanser

I got a sample of this a couple of weeks ago and really loved how simple but effective it felt so I was glad to receive a 30ml version of it to continue using. It claims to remove dirt, oil and makeup whilst also toning your skin. I’m obsessed with the minimalistic packaging!

Bio-Extracts Glow Boost 

I was really excited about this glow boosting serum, something I was keen to add to my skincare routine for the colder months. I love that you only need to add 1 drop to your moisturiser, foundation/highlighter or cream to add some extra radiance. It’s also Vegan friendly!

Laura Geller Lash Boss Mascara

I am yet to try this as I have a few other mascaras to finish, but I love the innovation of the dual-sided brush that helps to capture those hard-to-reach lashes! I’m hoping it will complete my mission of finding a mascara that really curls my lashes upwards.

Tula Exfoliating Treatment Mask

You seem to always receive some sort of exfoliating product in a beauty box however I’m not complaining as this one is a new brand to me. The product comes out in a really cool blue colour (matching the tube). After using to cleanse and exfoliate, I noticed a softer texture and brighter complexion!

Korres Lily Blossom Shower Gel

How gorgeous is the design on the bottle! It also smells delicious and is free from lots of nasties making it 87.5% natural.

Erno Laszlo Firmarine Hydrogel Mask

I am yet to use the mask because it looks so good and I’m saving it for when my skin really needs a good pamper session. It has a retail of £14! The brand is new to me but looks very luxurious and sophisticated. The mask is infused with concentrated botanical extracts, argan oil, plus algae and grapefruit extracts. All of these ingredients contribute towards removing toxins, filling out fine lines and plumping the skin.

Decléor Gommage 1000 Grain Body Exfoliator (available here as part of a set)

Decléor is a specialist in aromatherapy so I’d expect nothing less than excellence from this product. It smells amazing, is super grainy and so clever how it turns into an oil the more you massage and then a milk upon contact with water. After one use, my skin felt so much softer.

Taya Red Clay Naturals Miracle Balm

I’m always up for trying a new product that can tackle my dry hair. I love that this gives the option to use as an overnight mask, a pre-shampoo treatment, or before styling, although I don’t think the last option would work on my hair. I just wish there was more in the tub as it smells amazing!

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My Verdict

Overall, I loved this box and would definitely look out for the Seventh Edition, although I have no idea how often these boxes are released and if the price stays the same. I think it’s good value for money and the variety of skincare, body care and hair care is well balanced. I quite like it when beauty boxes have a ‘theme’, so all of the products are designed to work together, although QVC doesn’t mention this in the product description.

Have you tried a Tili Box before? What did you think?

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