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Notox Box

A fantastic new way to try natural and organic health and beauty products from the comfort of your own home. 

notoxbox_logo2013Last month, a Notox Box arrived on my desk – a small box containing a combination of health foods, natural organic beauty and makeup products, eco and ethical lifestyle products. Members sign-up for a Notox Box and every month, members have the opportunity to discover, test and research a range of products at home and return to the site to buy the products they liked. Members receive tips, recipes and inspiration from a naturopath, makeup artist and other health and wellness experts for just $25 a month. A 3 month or 6 month subscription are also available.

Business owner Sharon Chung started the company late last year as a way of encouraging everyone to look after themselves, each other and the planet. “A lot of natural and organic producers don’t have testers or marketing budgets to tell you about their products. You find them through trial and error. Making the switch is expensive. I slowly built my knowledge and replaced my products but it took a long time and a lot of talking to doctors, naturopaths, nutritionists, holistic practitioners and people in the health industry. I wanted to share all that information and make it easier for people to buy safe products from ethical suppliers,” says Sharon.

So what was in the March Notox Box?photo

  1. Argital clay mask (trial size)
  2. Weleda almond soothing cleansing lotion (trial size)
  3. Sindhya soap nuts (trial size)
  4. Amazonia acai raw bar
  5. Earthens biodegradable foodware
  6. Eco organics biodynamic brown rice

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