May 2020 Bellabox Review

My Bellabox this month (May) came chock full of a range of skincare products. There are skincare hero products from Peter Thomas Roth, glam makeup from Essence, haircare from John Frieda, and much more.  In my Bellabox this month there is well over $35 worth of products.
As we live life holed up in our cozy homes, the need for delivered treats and self-care is even more important. This month's Bellabox has me covered from base to finish, thanks to a lovely range of skin and hair care treats. 
Here are all the gorgeous products that I received in my Bellabox this month:
Essence Cosmetics Holo WOW! Sparkle Stick, full-size 6g, RRP $7
Bellas this month will receive one Essence product, I received the Holo WOW! Sparkle Stick. No beauty lover can ever have too many highlighters, can they? You can create your ultimate virtual party look with the Essence Cosmetics Holo WOW! Sparkle Stick. This shimmer product is cruelty-free and is made with high quality ingredients so …

Rip Curl Offers A Wetsuit Recycling Program

Do you have old wetsuits, dilapidated thongs or worn-down wettie mats hanging around your house? Not sure what to do with them? Well here's an idea, how about upcycling or recycling them?

For the last few months Rip Curl has been trialing a Wetsuit Recycling Program at their Torquay Store and they are continuing the recycling program for the rest of the year due to its success. 

The rubber being brought in are either upcycled through Surfing Victoria’s Indigenous Program, or the remaining suits that are not suitable will be crushed up and recycled into rubber flooring, playground mats and other rubber things.

So get to rummaging around your house, find that old rubber and head in to the Rip Curl Torquay Boardstore. Where a staff attendant will take the rubber off your hands.

If you're not in the Torquay region, and you still want to recycle or upcycle your old rubber, simply post a package to the Rip Curl Torquay Store with a note inside saying if you want to recycle or upcycle. Then pop your old wetsuits in the post to:
Rip Curl Retail
101 Surf Coast Hwy Torquay
VIC 3228

So far over 20 wetsuits have been donated to the Victorian Indigenous Surfing Program. Which will help keep young Indigenous kids warm and will allow them to surf more this coming winter.

What's even more exciting is that in the future this program could potentially be carried out in Rip Curl stores around the world.