I think this would be a box best for ladies in their teens or early 20's. I canceled after one box, as I just don't think I'm their demographic. The first box had a few good beauty products (toner, pretty-pink soap, hand lotion, lash serum and nice face cooling globes. But the other products seemed pretty cheap. It had some unhealthy cookies - and I'm just not a fan of unhealthy food in subscription boxes. The pink coffee mug has a positive message (good vibes only), but the pattern and feel was just cheap looking. The worst was the bracelet set (claimed value: $52), which is super light and feels like it's made out of plastic, with gold colored paint. I would be embarrassed to give this bracelet set away to a friend. Overall, I'm very disappointed. It just isn't for me.
This is a cute vegan beauty/personal-care box. In my first box, I got night cream, mascara, eye serum and hand sanitizer. All are full sized products and seem good quality. I know I will get good use out of the night cream and eye serum. Hand sanitizer seems appropriate given the times. I don't like mascara, but it's nice that there is some makeup in here for variety, and it seems like a good quality brand - the tube has a great texture, and the box had a nice message about doing the right thing even when no one is looking. I love that it's all vegan. Box presentation could have been better, but products themselves are way more important than having fancy shredded paper in the box.
Ok variety of beauty/self-care items. Just smaller than I expected. Would be fun to use for a home spa night.
The box arrived, and is a little smaller than a shoebox. For reference, little bag in the front right of the picture has a hair scrunchy and the green and pink packets are the normal size of single serve face.or hand mask packets.
Box has claimed value of $135, with $95 of that coming from the small Evolve eye cream. Other items include a very small 2-set (seems like a sample size) of bath salts, a hand mask, face whip pads (set of 10), lip balm, a single hair scrunchy, and a pink soap. Prices seemed accurate for suggested retail value, based on my quick googling. Although I found several of the items on sale (found the face wipes for $3.40, instead of the listed of $9; found the hand masks for $2 on the brand's website, instead of claimed $2). But the big ticket item - the eye cream - is hard to find new for under the $95 listed price, for that tiny bottle.