Q: What comes in the book box?Asked by S M., July 2020
Q: Ok I'm confused -- what are the differences between the book club, candle club, and fem box?Asked by Jordyn T., February 2020
So apparently they’re all different prices and come with different things? The pictures are them Fem box. I thought I had ordered that but it’s very confusing and I accidentally ordered the book club one. The email I received back when I reached out about my confusion wasn’t exactly nice but it’s not a bad box I guess just kind of confusing and I feel like they maybe aren’t that customer oriented because rather than politely explain what went wrong...
Q: If I order today, June 1st 2020, when should I expect my first box?Asked by Donna B., June 2020
Q: I have had 2 payments Oct 29th and Nov11 th hit my credit card I have yet to receive anything. Can you tell me why 2 paymants and when I will receive my boxes that? I sent 3 emails and no response. Asked by Tammy T., November 2020
I ordered the Fem Box as a gift because of the all the articles they were featured in and was hugely surprised at what was actually delivered.
The book has a line drawn across the bottom with a sharpie marker, discoloration and a tear. The cup is made of thin plastic with the design "protect the source of hope" on it - doesn't make sense to me why it's in this box. The face mask has a sticky glue dot spot on it. The candle is nothing like the featured item image that was shown when I ordered this box. There is no bag and no top. It looks like sticker letter labels were applied to a plain jar candle to spell out the word "hygge". There was also some other items in the box that felt random.
Even though it is marketed as "Hygge Fem Box", they are basically using the "Hygge Box" brand and tricking people into thinking they are one and the same - NOPE. Not cool.
My first box is very disappointing. Most items arrived smashed because they were squized in a box. The metal tea infuser looks cheap like from a 99 cent's store. It's made poerly and all the leafs and herbs went into the cup. Same thing for the bath bomb, very cheap. No label, no name. Oh I really expected better items :/
Hello Lena, we apologize that this box was not the box that you expected, we also apologize for the damages caused during shipping. The tea infuser was paired with the Pinky Up tea because not everyone has an infuser. The majority of our products are crafted by artisans, and by small coming up businesses. We appreciate the review, and we will improve.
Just to let you know when my family was staying safe and at home this was a great bridge to relieve my stress God bless Lynn
Wow what a bummer. I guess I bought too late in the month and they ran out of the correct book. What did they send instead? A Financial Diet. Possibly the least hygge book every gifted. Reached out last week and haven't heard anything back. What a total bummer.
I love getting a new book at the start of the month and knowing its a sustainable way to read new books makes it even better. The little gifts that come with the book are always so cute.
I sent this to my best friend for Christmas. Her work schedule keeps her busy and she said this was perfect for unwinding after a long week! Thank you for making a one stop shop box for self care. It was pleasure doing business!
This box was much more than I was expecting for a "book only" box. I got several interesting and fun items. It was worth more than the price paid. I look forward to the next box!
I liked this box, but had to end my subscription for a break. I paid for June and still haven’t received it or any return communication after 3 attempts. I asked for a status with the understanding there could be delays in shipping, but I have not received even ONE response back to my inquiries. I contacted via CrateJoy and via email. That is why I gave one star. The books are decent, and some items have been good. Fairly affordable, but I will never return to this company due to feeling robbed and I take customer service very seriously. I waited over a month for a reply or status, which I feel is fair, before writing this review to warn any potential subscribers. Don’t cancel until you have everything you paid for or they will definitely rob you. Very disappointing.
I was a little bummed by the quality and curation of this box. The first box I ordered was okay, but the subsequent two boxes in my 3 month subscription were pretty underwhelming and the stuff ended up just cluttering up my house before finally donating or tossing it. To make matters worse I guess I missed the cancellation by a day and was automatically subscribed to the monthly box. I just received the May box and was even more disappointed that I had been charged for it. The items inside seemed both poor in quality and curation (a book, a jar with paper scraps, a pillowcase from a notoriously sketchy Chinese retailer, and a pack of melted KitKats). Overall, I like the idea of the box, but the execution leaves much to be desired.
Paid for a 3 month subscription. Received the first box right away in July. Haven’t received any boxes since. Tried to contact the seller twice. No response. Looks like I just got taken advantage of....Lesson learned!
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