Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Birchbox "Adventure" June 2015 Review

So, I cheated a little bit. I love to use Birchbox to explore products that are new-to-me, but I couldn't resist selecting this old favorite as my sample choice.

I started using these eye gels around Christmas last year - I remember because I asked for them as a gift. I've since ordered 2 or 3 more packs. I even found them on once for just $16.99! I literally jumped for joy. These are my special little luxury. They're not particularly cheap, so I don't use them every day. But, they are really nice to use on a day when you're feeling a little stressed - and your skin is showing it.

They are really easy to apply and come in nice little foil packets that you can bring on the airplane or pop in your purse for a pick-me-up. The gel is a little cool to the touch which is really nice on your skin. After 10 minutes you feel perfectly pampered and the skin under your eyes feels ultra-smooth. I cannot recommend these enough - or any other Skyn Iceland products I've tried!

I also learned to be a little patient this time around. There have been 1 or 2 times before when I've mentioned I haven't received my sample choice and contacted customer service so they'd send me a replacement item. This time, I saw in my box preview after my box had been shipped that this sample choice was missing. I let them know and they sent another, only for it to turn out that it was indeed included in my final box. So, I ended up with 2! Certainly not complaining, but now I've learned not to rely so much on the box preview next time.

Coola SPF 50 Sport - Mango (full-size, $32)

I received a Coola sunscreen in a previous Birchbox, so admittedly I wasn't all that excited about this one. You can always use sunscreen this time of year though and this time the sample was Mango scented rather than unscented so I thought that was a plus!

I love that it's SPF 50, organic, and not too thick. It dries just like a moisturizing lotion so it doesn't leave any sticky residue. I wouldn't say the scent smells purely of mango, maybe like more of a creamy mango - mango sorbet! It's nice. I don't think I would pay $32 for any sunscreen though, unless it was more of a multi-purpose beauty product.

Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Micro Water (full-size, $32)

I just tried this product last night after reading that it not only removes impurities and tones and brightens skin, but also removes make-up. I really put it to the test. 

Ladies, if you've tried Benefit's They're Real! Mascara & Push Up Liner, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Those are my two favorite eye makeup products but they are notoriously difficult to remove (so far, I've had a lot of luck finding a variety of affordable products to remove them though - ask me!). 

With a simple cotton ball I found that this product was very effective in removing my eye makeup thoroughly and quickly. However, I did find that I needed to use a considerable amount of product to do it - perhaps my cotton ball was soaking up too much liquid too quickly?

The next day my skin did look pretty clear, but admittedly I have been using a lot of other skin care products this week so I can't say it is attributed to this one product I've only tried once so far. I also can't speak for the long-term effects because of this. Since the bottle isn't overly large and I had to use a lot of product, I'm not sure I'll have an answer for you before I use up this product entirely. I love Dr. Jart+ products in general but I'm not completely sold on the value of this one yet. 

There are tons of "micellar" water products on the market, especially if you travel internationally. They're a real trend at the moment. I picked up a very cheap and effective one at Monoprix in Paris (think: the Target of France). I've also found that some make-up removing wipes are more heavy-duty than others. I'm particularly fond of the Pond's ones, which are really thick and will remove all waterproof makeup.

You may have noticed this is the third item that I received in my box that was one of the sample choices (the Coola and Skyn Iceland ones were too). This has actually never happened to me before but I thought it was pretty nice. Sometimes the sample choices are tough decisions to make and I know this month I spent some time debating between old favorite Skyn Iceland and trying out this new Dr. Jart+ product.

Marcelle Mini Waterproof Eyeliner in Indigo (full-size set, $18)

I've read a lot of comments online that subscribers were generally really disappointed with this eyeliner. It's partly because Birchbox told everyone they were going to receive a Eyeko Fat Liquid Liner (looked to be full-size - a $16 value). 

We didn't end up getting the Eyeko liner apparently because it got held up in customs - it's a British brand. So, every subscriber received a Marcelle eyeliner instead. If you paid for a Birchbox this month on the sole basis that you were excited about the Eyeko liner, I can understand why you would be really disappointed.

Here's the message from the Birchbox Facebook page:

"We are sending every subscriber an email letting them know that we originally planned to include an Eyeko Fat Liner in every single box for June, but Customs is currently holding our eyeliners hostage (oh no!)! Good news! You are still going to get an amazing makeup sample by Marcelle (which we love!). We absolutely plan to have the Eyeko Fat Liners sent in a future box; so, hope you enjoy the Marcelle this month and the Eyeko later on."

A few bloggers also complained about the color they received too. I guess a lot of subscribers got the really bright sparkly aqua one from the set. I guess I was pretty lucky then, because I love the color I received. It's a really classic navy with just a slight hint of shimmer. It's definitely very mature and does't have much of a "glitter" effect.

Sienna Naturals Moisturizing Leave-in Conditioner (full-size, $19)

This was the only product in this month's box that I really wasn't all that pleased with after sampling it.

My hair often gets a bit tangled when it gets dry or when I've just taken a shower. So, leave-in conditioner is really necessary for me to keep it looking nice. I've already found a few I like - Edward Beale's Moroccan Gloss Argan Oil Leave-In Treatment in particular (which I can usually get at T.J. Maxx for half price, $7.99). 

So, I had pretty high hopes for this one. I would definitely be interested in mixing up my leave-in conditioners every so often. While this one smells nice and has a pretty comparable texture, I found that applying even a small amount left my hair looking kind of greasy. That's always a no-go for me. Who wants to put effort into taking care of their hair only for it to look unhygienic / not washed?

I was excited to get a Lifestyle Extra this month! It had been a while since I received one. While I don't think this Emi Jay tie is different from the Twistband ones I already have, I was still happy to receive it. I can always use another hair tie for the gym and I like to pull back my hair at night so it doesn't tangle while I'm sleeping. 

These types of ties are great for making sure you don't get a crimp in your hair like traditional hair ties used to do. I am slightly envious of the subscribers who received the lace Pura Vida Bracelet Headband this month instead though. Those look pretty and a bit more unique. Overall, very happy with this month's box though!

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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Sale of the Week: The Organic Pharmacy on Gilt City

The Organic Pharmacy

One of the best British beauty imports there is! The Organic Pharmacy is a luxurious treat in the heart of Greenwich Village. Don't let the small storefront deceive you, this shop is chock full of a wide variety of  remedies for all skincare woes and a friendly and attentive staff who will not only educate you but serve up some of the most relaxing treatments I've ever experienced. The boutique has all the cleanliness and class of a charming London spa.

Until Monday, Gilt City is offering a 30-Minute Express Power Facial for $40 (normally $65) and a 60-Minute Vitamin C & Papaya Enzyme Peel for $75 (normally $150). I got the facial last time and it was incredible. My face felt positively radiant for the entire week and it was more relaxing than most massages I've had!

Looking for an extra discount? Use code "GILTAPP15" for $15 off your Gilt City purchase of $50+ using their mobile app. You can also get 20% cash back on every purchase at Gilt City right now if you sign up for Ebates and access Gilt City via the Ebates site or mobile app. I did the Ebates option and got a few facials for essentially $32 each (you can purchase up to 3 per member!).

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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Influenster Blossom VoxBox ~ Spring/Summer 2015

It's been a while since I've received a VoxBox from Influenster, but each time I discover some fantastic products! A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of receiving the Blossom VoxBox, full of some great food and beauty items provided for free for review purposes. If you're interested in learning more about the Influenster program and signing up yourself, click here.

Beanitos Chips in Chipotle BBQ & Original Black Bean

I've tried the Chipotle BBQ ones and they really do taste a lot like BBQ potato chips initially, with just a slight aftertaste that brings out the black bean flavor. They are gluten free, high in fiber, and contain 4g of protein. They are also: corn free, all natural, contain no trans fats or preservatives, and are certified kosher and vegan. So, they are the perfect snack for people with a lot of dietary restrictions. Personally, the Chipotle BBQ flavor was a bit too strong for my taste. I prefer the original which would be great for dipping - spinach dip, salsa, guacamole, etc.

I haven't tried the Coconut Almond Curry one yet (which sounds amazing!), but I have tried the Sea Salt Caramel and it is absolutely delicious! The dried fruit has a lot of flavor and it actually tasted like I was eating a treat rather than a granola bar or trail mix type product. I really enjoyed it and would definitely be interested in purchasing this in the future. The portion was pretty generous, so it would definitely be something nice to bring on a trip or stash in your desk to tide you over when you're in-between meals. 

Nasoya Pasta Zero in Shirataki Spaghetti

This product is unusual but actually really intriguing. It's a fresh pasta that comes in a vacuum sealed bag full of water. I like that the pasta comes home fresh and only needs to be cooked for 2-3 minutes (boil, microwave, or skillet) rather than dry pasta which often takes 5x as long to boil and prepare. This is a real on-the-go meal! It's also the perfect thing to bring out when you have any friends over with food allergies. It is egg, gluten, and dairy free and vegan & kosher. That'll pretty much cover all the bases.  Also, it's great for those minding their weight - fat free, low calorie (15 cal per serving), and low carb (4 grams per serving). With all these healthy stats, I'm usually skeptical. I would assume a product like this would have a lot of artificial ingredients and chemicals. However, I was pretty impressed when I saw this contains: water, konjac flour, chickpea flour, potato starch, calcium hydroxide, reduced iron, and folic acid.

A serving is 1/2 the package. To me, the bag looks like a decent amount for 2 people for lunch if served fairly plain, but would be less substantial for dinner - so you would likely want to add veggies or meat to it. I haven't tried mine yet but I got the Spaghetti one which actually looks fairly thin for spaghetti. I'm thinking I might make Vermicelli-style dish out of it with Chicken, crushed peanuts, and mint - yum! Or maybe this recipe for Pad Thai.....

NYC Cityproof Eyeshadow in Brooklyn Mocha

This is truly "foolproof" eyeshadow, the crayon makes it really easy to apply and it lasts 24 hours and is waterproof. As with all NYC (New York Color) make-up products, this one is really cheap - just $2.99. There's a whole lot of glitter in this product, so you have to be careful if you apply multiple layers. However, the color is really mature looking and I think it would be flattering on almost every skin tone. I actually really loved this product and have no doubt I will get a lot of use out of it. It's a good dash of instant glam!

Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs in Medium

I like the idea of this product, that it will make your legs look smooth and sophisticated (as if you were wearing pantyhose). I also like that it's waterproof, so no embarrassing splotches on your legs if it rains! However, I think the color I got was a too dark for my skin tone. It went on looking like a really bad self tanner, and honestly had a lot of orange/yellow tones which didn't go well with my pale skin that has more pink/beige tones to it. I don't think this product is for me, but it is hard to judge since I don't think the Medium color is the one I would buy in the store. It also looks like it's mainly sold in a spray on version which might look more natural (i.e. less concentrated) than the sample I received, which is in a thick liquid form.

Australian Gold Lotion Sunscreen SPF 30

This sunscreen is pretty wonderful. It has a pleasant fairly powdery floral scent that doesn't smell at all like any other sunscreen I've used. It smells more like a body lotion. I tried it out on my face and it seemed to be safe - it didn't cause any breakouts or make my face shiny/oily. I hadn't heard much about this brand before, but I'm definitely a fan.

Clairol Hair Food Root Cleansing Shampoo
10.1 fluid ounces, $9.99 at Target

This shampoo was my favorite thing in the box (which otherwise was pretty awesome anyway). The branding is a bit hidden to emphasize the "Hair Food" range, but this is actually a Clairol product, which surprised me! It's such fabulous quality I thought it might have been a more expensive/premium brand. It's silicone, paragon, and mineral free so it is pretty safe to use on all types of hair. I have dry color treated hair and it worked wonders. If you're only interested in this shampoo because you think it will have a lovely strawberry scent, I hate to tell you the label and color are a bit misleading. While the shampoo does contain a number of natural ingredients, including strawberries, it actually has an entirely different fragrance. The label describes it as a "ginger fragrance" but I actually thought it smelled more like mint, eucalyptus, or some type of herb. It's certainly not an unpleasant smell by any means but it is not a sweet smell. 

The focus of the product is to revitalize your roots by deeply cleansing your hair to remove buildup. This isn't a huge problem for my hair but I find that any time I've been using any one type of shampoo for an extended period of time, it always looks a lot nicer when I switch to another for at least one wash. I think a part of that is definitely due to buildup and after using this shampoo I found that my hair was extremely silky, shiny, light. It's basically a facial for your hair. I'm not sure I plan on using this shampoo every single day because I have some that deeply moisturize my hair, but I definitely plan on using it once or twice a week to keep it looking fresh and vibrant.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Summer Style: Beverly Hills Hotel Inspired

Shift Dress: Lilly Pulitzer $198 | Sunglasses: ZeroUV $9.99 | Pillow: Furbish Studio $85
Frog Wicker Purse: Kate Spade $278 | Palm Romper: Old Navy $29
Nail Polish: Ciate by Olivia PalermoFlamingo Bangle: Kate Spade $128Tassel Earrings: Lisi Lerch $98
Palm Swimsuit: Modcloth $69.99 | LA Art Print: Rifle Paper Co $40

I recently visited the historic Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows in Los Angeles. Not only did I have a wonderful time "doing lunch" at the old fashioned soda fountain and savoring a soufflĂ© at The Polo Lounge, but I also couldn't help feeling absolutely inspired by the interior design. Everything from the famous banana leaf wallpaper to the pink cabana stripes to the whimsical map of Beverly Hills to the impeccable arrangement of fresh orchids in the grand entryway screamed retro Hollywood Regency glamour. This is definitely a must-see landmark in LA and I can't wait to visit again next time I'm in sunny Southern California!

...a little bit sassy but oh so classy!

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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Best of Memorial Day 2015 Sales


  • Ann Taylor: 40% off sitewide w/ code "SHOP40"
  • Anthropologie: Extra 20% off sale items w/ code "GONEFISHING"
  • Ayres Beauty: Buy 1, Get 1 at 50% off + free shipping w/ code "AYRESBOGO"
  • Furbish Studio: 15% off everything w/ code "SUMMER15"
  • Illume: 20% off sitewide + free shipping on $40
  • J.Crew: 30% off your order w/ code "WEEKEND"
  • J.Crew Factory: 50% off everything. Prices as marked.
  • Jack Wills: 30% off all sale items w/ code "JWMDUS"
  • Joie: Extra 20% off sale items w/ code "MD2015"
  • Kate Spade: Extra 25% off sale items w/ code "YOURS"
  • Kendra Scott: Up to 70% off select items
  • Lauren James: 20% off all tees, towels, & tumblers w/ code "TTT20"
  • Pinrose: 25% off all bottles of perfume w/ code "MEMORIALDAY15"
  • Rebecca Minkoff: Up to 50% off select styles

Gifts with Purchase

  • Lilly Pulitzer: Free bracelet with any purchase, sunglasses case with $200+, beach towel duo with $600+, cadet set with $800+, and roller cooler with $1400+
  • Nars: Free mini trio of blush, lip gloss, & eyeliner with orders of $50+ w/ code "TRIPLE"

Happy Shopping & Sunbathing!

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Sunday, May 17, 2015

Cupcakes and Cashmere + Birchbox May 2015 Review

I am not going to lie. I was extremely disappointed with my Birchbox this month. As you know from my other reviews, I'm getting a bit sick and tired of receiving a ton of body and hand creams (especially fairly mediocre ones). Lo and behold in this month's box I received not ONE, but TWO of them! I also received several items that were extremely similar to other samples I've received in the past. 

So, this box combined with the slight disappointment of last month's have made me rethink renewing my annual subscription again - which ends next month I believe. Yes, the argument is that Birchbox is just $10 and that's not very much. However, if you're disappointed with even just five of your boxes in one year, that's $50 you could have spent on full-size products that you love...All that aside, here's my honest take on each of the products.

My box contained: Beauty Protector Beauty Cream Body Lotion (full-size, $15.95), Juliette Has a Gun Not a Perfume (full-size, $90-120), Macadamia Professional Nourishing Moisture Oil Treatment (full-size, $40), Naobay Oxygenating Cream Moisturizer (full-size, $36), and Well People The Expressionist Bio Extreme Mascara (full-size, $23.50)

This month's box was in collaboration with Emily Schuman of Cupcakes & Cashmere. I'm not quite sure what the collaboration entailed other than Birchbox putting her logo on the box. This wasn't a curated box so the items weren't individually picked by Emily. They are promoting her new book Cupcakes and Cashmere at Home through the Birchbox Book Club and offering up a copy for free with any purchase of $55+ in the Birchbox Shop. That's a pretty good deal if you don't have another coupon code you're planning to use, because the book is worth $19.95 retail! There was also a promo card in the box for Domino Magazine. It had a code for 15% off any purchase on their website, an offer for an annual subscription for just $12, and a recipe for Linguini Al'Arrabiata. I haven't read Domino Magazine before but it looks like they did a recent feature on Emily Schuman which is likely why the promo card was included.

Beauty Protector Beauty Cream Body Lotion

I have received at least four Beauty Protector products in previous Birchboxes. While the brand is pretty nice, I wasn't overwhelmed and I've never really considered purchasing a full-size product. This product is suitable for use on hands and body. It has a powdery vanilla scent, nothing particularly distinctive. It smells almost identical to the Minus 417 Hand Moisturizer in Ocean that I received in a Sample Society box in October 2013. It's sort of like a sugary sweet cakey scent. Like the Minus 417 one, this one has a nice thick texture that does feel like it deeply moisturizes, as opposed to many of the other lotions I've received from Birchbox that were much more thin / runny. To its credit, I will say that this lotion pleasantly surprised me - the brand and scent didn't do much for me, but I did like the rich texture.

Juliette Has a Gun Not a Perfume

I have definitely received this before in a previous Birchbox. I don't think it was through my subscription though, perhaps at a Birchbox event or in a blogger gift bag sponsored by Birchbox. This perfume comes from Paris and is allergen-free. It is made from a single element called Cetalox. I'm guessing it is called "Not a Perfume" because it is single element and that element is something usually only used in base notes of other perfumes. It has a soft spicy scent that reminds me of powdery, lighter, more feminine version of Kiel's unisex Original Musk eau de toilette.  I like how the sample was packaged with care in a sealed envelope with a note. It is definitely a pleasant sample that I will certainly use, especially in Fall & Winter, but I don't think I love it enough to purchase a full-size bottle.

Macadamia Professional Nourishing Moisture Oil Treatment

This was my sample choice so I can't really complain. It's definitely the best thing in the box, in my opinion. The sample choices this month weren't overly exciting, so I thought this one was my best bet. I trust the brand and I have dry color-treated hair, so am always looking for good products to add some moisture. This product is loaded with antioxidants. It is lightweight and doesn't make you hair look greasy. I put just a couple drops into my palm and applied it on my hair from mid length to ends while is was damp. Be careful not to put it higher than mid length - I can imagine it might make roots look greasy! It has a pleasant but not very overpowering smell. I found that it pretty instantly added softness and shine to dull hair. I like that the sample came in a glass bottle and contains a full 1 oz of product. That's nearly 1/4 of a full-size bottle, worth about $10! It should last me a long while.

Naobay Oxygenating Cream Moisturizer

This was a huge disappointment. I had seen lots of other subscribers get this item before I did and have read a number of less-than-stellar reviews, so I was dreading the day this would be one of my 5 samples. The products is made in Spain and contains avocado and olive oils. It is 98% natural. This one is the typical thin, runny kind of lotion I've gotten in multiple Birchboxes. It does not feel particularly deeply hydrating like the Beauty Protector one did. You can use this one on face and neck though, which you cannot with most of the rest. It's got a strong lemon citrus scent that reminds me a bit of my kitchen soap. I read some reviews that it made subscribers with oily skin feel like it made their face even more oily and greasy. Well, I have very dry skin and it did the exact same thing! Overall, you can tell I was not a big fan of this one. I can't believe a full-size is $36! That's more than twice the price of the Beauty Protector lotion and nearly as much as a luxury body lotion brand like Molton Brown ($42), which I'd much rather purchase instead. Plus, with Beauty Protector you're getting a 7 oz tube and with Molton Brown you're getting a 10 oz bottle - with this you're only getting 1.7 oz. Can you believe it?!?

Well People The Expressionist Bio Extreme Mascara

I received another Well People mascara in a previous box (February 2014) and was fairly unimpressed. This was another huge disappointment. I'm all for all-natural, but I don't think they make the most effective make-up  products. They don't tend to last as long or create dramatic results. If you mainly go for the ultra all-natural look and want to wear some make-up rather than none, I would go for Well People products...but, you're probably lovely au natural anyway and this doesn't make a huge difference. All I found with this mascara was that it darkened my lashes a little, which did indeed "make them look longer". I wouldn't quite call this an "Extreme" mascara by any means. If you have very light lashes and just want to make them more noticeable but like the no make-up look, then this is the right mascara for you.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

L'Occitane L'OcciBox Spring 2015 Review

You may remember my previous review of the L'OcciBox, L'Occitane's take on a beauty subscription box, back in December 2014. To my knowledge, there haven't been any others in-between and this one is L'Occitane's 2nd ever. So, although they have not posted anything specifically about the L'OcciBox, I'm assuming it will continue to come out on a quarterly basis. It is not a "subscription" box per say. You just buy each box as it comes out individually, as if it were any other item on the L'Occitane website. However, they are released in quite limited quantities and only for a short time.

As with the first box, I was able to find a discount code on another blogger's site for this one too. This one was a little bit more expensive than the last, though - $20 + shipping & tax rather than $15 + shipping & tax.

Shea Butter Whipped Hand Cream (full-size, 1oz, $12
Shea Butter Hand Cream (full-size, 1oz, $12)

The Whipped Hand Cream I received was a full size product! The Shea Butter Hand Cream was 10ml / .3oz so worth about $4. Admittedly, I already have quite a few of the L'occitane hand creams - not that I don't absolutely love them! However, I may have too many at this point. So, I'll hang on to my favorites and probably gift a few sometime soon.

Immortelle Precious Serum (full-size, 1 oz, $70&
Immortelle Brightening Essence (full-size, 1 oz, $70)

The Precious Serum I received was .23oz and the Brightening Essence was .03oz. So, the Precious Serum sample is worth about $17.50 and the Brightening Essence about $4.30. I'm pretty excited about trying out some items from the Immortelle collection. They are some of L'Occitane's premium products and, to be honest, I probably wouldn't splurge on a $70 item. So, it will be nice to experience these little luxuries on my budget. I think it will take a few uses before I can determine the anti-aging effects from these products. But, so far I'm pleased!

Bonne Mere Soap in Rose (full-size, 3.5oz, $7)

This is the full sized product! I can always use a lovely fragrant soap. I absolutely love anything rose scented and really enjoyed the similar soaps by Durance that I received in my French Box last October. This one is also from Marseille!

Jasmin & Bergamote Eau de Toilette (full-size, 2.5oz, $78)

This sample is worth about $1.25. I was really excited about this item. Although the sample is small, I've never tried any of the perfumes from L'Occitane before - and I love both Jasmine and Bergamot scented items. I was a bit surprised though, because this scent seemed like a more generic floral that's not particularly spicy or powdery. It's a bit sharp with some sort of alcohol undertones that just aren't particularly my taste.  I don't like it when perfumes smell too much like chemicals or their base ingredients / rubbing alcohol. I expect the notes on the labels to always be the overpowering scents.

Sugarfina Champage Bears Cube (full-size, 3.8oz, $8)

This is another full sized product! I have to admit when I decided that I wanted this box, the Sugarfina cube was a bit of a selling point. I'd always wanted to try a few particular sweets from Sugarfina, but thought they were a bit overpriced to be honest (especially when you had to add on the hefty mandatory shipping fees!). The Champagne Bears were one of those I had wanted to try. I also thought it was pretty neat to see L'Occitane incorporating a complementary lifestyle product that wasn't their own brand. What gal doesn't love beauty products and sweet treats?

The total value of this box was about $54.05! In my opinion, it was a pretty incredible value, even though it was $20 + shipping + tax, which certainly isn't cheap for a sample box. I got 3 full-size products I will definitely use, got to try a fragrance that had piqued my interest, and can now try some of the premium skincare products that are a bit above my budget at the moment. This box may be a bit of a splurge for me compared to Birchbox's $10 boxes (and the ridiculous number of beauty products I already have), but since it's only quarterly and such high quality, I think it's definitely worth it.

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