Flora and Fauna Spring 2020 Beauty Box Unboxing | Video Content

Flora and Fauna Spring 2020 Beauty Box Unboxing | Video Content | Life of Dahlia

In today’s post I will be sharing with you an unboxing of the Spring 2020 Flora & Fauna Beauty Box. I’ve been purchasing these for some time which you might know if you have been following me on instagram, where I have frequently featured what I have recieved in my various boxes over that last couple of years. A couple of months ago I decided to share what I recieved in my winter box in the style of a video so I thought that I would continue to do this because I had fun filming that video and I know that that style of video has been popular in the past so I thought it would be good to share one like Flora & Fauna’s.

As well as the video I will share a small description as well as some photos of each product below, so once you have checked out the video feel free to scroll down to get a closer look at what I recieved in the lastest box.

What is Flora & Fauna?

Flora & Fauna is a great website that is like your one stop shop for eco-friendly, cruelty-free and vegan products. They have thousands of products available for purchase on their website in a range of catagories like beauty, fashion, health and house hold cleaning products just to name a few. I highly recommend checking them out if this kind of thing interests you, They are Australian owned and their customer service is great, they ship fairly quickly and their shipping is 100% carbon neutral, they are also B-corp Certified.

Flora & Fauna Beauty Boxes Retail For $34.95 AU


What I recieved in my Spring 2020 Flora & Fauna Beauty Box.

Check out my video below


Related: Flora & Fauna Beauty Box Unboxing | June 2020

If your looking for details and links to what I recieved in my box you can find them below.

Products Details:

Flora and Fauna Spring 2020 Beauty Box Unboxing | Video Content | Life of Dahlia
Vanessa Megan Advanced Organics ‘Group 11 Active Mist’

Vanessa Megan Advanced Organics – Group 11 Active Mist | Australian Certified Organic | Australian Made | Choose Cruelty Free | Palm Oil Free | – RRP $49.95

The Vanessa Megan ‘Group 11 Active Mist’ features the power of an ancient trio of naturally occuring elements known as ‘Group 11’, Copper, Silver and Gold have been used for centuries for medicinal, healing and anti-aging purposes. In this mist micro particles of these elements help to stimulate cell regrowth and repair. The element known as ‘Group 11’ also helps to boost collagen production and elastin to firm the skin and deminish finelines, wrinkles and sagging skin. This mist also contains hyaluronic acid and wild harvest extracts from the Austalian Outback creating the ultimate daily beauty boost for all skin types, it will leave you with a bright and glowing complexion.

The mist comes in a glass bottle and can be used by spraying daily both morning and night before applying serums or mixed in your hand with a facial oil to create an active emultion. Apply to face, neck or decolletage.

This product seems super interesting I can’t wait to try it out.

Flora and Fauna Spring 2020 Beauty Box Unboxing | Video Content | Life of Dahlia
Viva La Body Natural Deodorant ‘Patchouli & Rose’ mini

Viva La Body Natural Deodorant ‘Patchouli & Rose’ mini (32g) | Cruelty-free | Palm-Oil Free | Bicarb-Free | Vegan | Compostable Packaging | RRP – Mini $10, Full Size (65g) $ 20

The Viva La Body Natural Deodorants are Bicarb Free and come in compostable packaging, this deodorant is a magnesium rich paste that helps neutralise odour and absorb wetness. The mini size is travel friendly or great if you want to try the product with out commiting to the full size.

Viva La Body is an Australian brand that is based in Darwin, their brand is focused hair and body products that are kinder for the planet, as well as you and animals. Their range of products include deodorants, hair care products as well as perfumes, skincare and more.

I’ve used natural deodorants for some time and I’m always looking for new ones to try.

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The Australian Natural Soap Company ‘Salt Cleanser’ Soap Bar

The Australian Natural Soap Company ‘Salt Cleanser’ Soap Bar (100g) | Handmade in Australia | Cruelty-free | Vegan | Paraben, Sulfate, Detergent & Palm-oil Free | RRP – $9.95

The Australian Natural Soap Company ‘ Salt Cleanser’ soap bar is an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and detoxifying. Its a magnesium and salt-rich soap that great achey muscles and joints. This soap relaxing, hydrating as well as immuneboosting with nourishing oils and can be use on both face and body.

The Australian Natural Soap Company soaps are Australian made , certified cruelty-free as well as vegan and are also bio-degradable as well as coming in bio-degradable packaging.

So this can be use on face or body which is great and I can’t wait to try it out now that i know that its great for muscle and joint pain which because I have Fibromyalgia I experience quite a lot so I’m interested to see if this could help releave some of the acheiness that I get.

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Von Blu Cosmetics – Vegan Lipstick in the shade ‘Hart’

Von Blu Cosmetics – Vegan Lipstick in the shade ‘Hart‘ | Natural Ingredients | Cruelty-free | Vegan | RRP- 24.95

The Von Blu Cosmetics Vegan lipsticks are a semi-matte formula with high pigmentation, they are made with natural ingredients and oils making them free from harsh chemicals and toxins. The lipsticks contain vitamin E to help hydrate the lips, the unique packaging helps to stop your lipstick accidently opening your bag. The packaging is plastic but may also come in a cardboard box.

The shade ‘hart’ is described as a soft red.

Von Blu are an Australian brand that create natural and vegan cosmetics, but also have an empasis on exeptional quality. Their lipsticks come in 15 shades.

I love my other Von Blu lipstick so I’m excited to have another shade in my collection and would definatly consider purchasing more in the future.

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Buddy Scrub ‘Pink Clay Face Mask’

Buddy Scrub ‘Pink Clay Face Mask| Australian Made | Natural Ingredients | Cruelty-free | Vegan | RRP- $9.95

The Buddy Scrub Australian Pink Clay Face Mask is great for sensitive and dry skin. It’s made from %100 Australian Pink Clay, which helps to draw out impurities from your skin, it encourages skin cell renewal and will leave your skin feeling clean and soft. It is great for all skin types but is especially benefitial for those with sensitive or dry skin because of its ability to help balance the skin and reduce inflammation. Its free from parabens, sulfates, as well as synthetic ingredients, mineral oils or harsh chemicals making it completely natural as well as vegan and cruelty-free.

This product is a dry powder that you need to mix with water to use as a face mask.

Buddy Scrub products are Australian made, contain natural ingredients, are cruelty-free, vegan and can be used for all skin types. They offer a range of products including body scrubs, face masks, body wash as well as oils and lip care products.

I’ve tried similar products like this before where you have to mix the powder with water and I didn’t have a great experience with that but hopefully this one will work better for me, I guess I’ll just have to wait and see.

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Grants ‘Whitening Natural Toothpaste with Baking Soda and Mint’

Grants ‘Whitening Natural Toothpaste with Baking Soda and Mint’ | Australian Made | Certified Vegan | Cruelty-free | Natural Ingredients | Fluoride, SLS & Preservative Free | RRP – $4.20

Grants’Whitening Toothpaste’ contains baking soda and has a cool minty taste that should leave your mouth feeling fresh and clean. The baking soda helps to naturally whiten teeth and help remove stains, the formula is Fluoride, SLS and Preservative Free.

Grants of Australia is Certified Vegan and also state that they do not test on animals, they create high quality natural products that are affordable and their products are Australian made.

As I stated in my video I’ve been using natural toothpastes for some time but I will be checking with my dentist before using this just to make sure that its fine for my teeth. I encourage other to do the same or doing some research before using a natural toothpaste especially as they are often fluoride free.

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Earth Greetings ‘Greeting Card’

Earth Greetings ‘Greeting Card’ | Eco-friendly | %100 Post Consumer Recycled Tree-Free Paper | Printed with Vegetable Inks | RRP – $6

Earth Greetings are an Adelaide , South Australian based company that specialize in eco-friendly and ethical greeting cards, gift wrap and more. The founder started the company in 2003, turning her art as well as from other Australian based artist into beautiful cards and gift wrap. All their paper based products are printed on %100 post consumer recycled tree-free paper and are printed using vegetable based inks. Earth Greetings is also a carbon neutral company with all their products being %100 Carbon offset.

I love this company, their cards are beautiful. I have purchased a couple in the past to give to family and they are just stunning, they also sell, tea-towels, weekly planners, as well as upcycled newspaper pencils. I really love what this company stands for and also that they are based locally, they are fantastic and I can’t wait to give this beautiful card to someone. I may even need to purchase a few to give with christmas gifts this year.


I hope you enjoyed this post (and video), have you tried any of these products before? what did you think of them? let me know in the comments of this post.

Until next time, I hope you have a lovely day.


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