Never received. Ordered in late July. contacted in late September when still hadn't received, they said orders needed to go through their site not, but they would get out ASAP. It's now November (about 4 months after I ordered) and I have yet to receive anything. Disappointed, as it looked like it would be a nice 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.
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.
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.