February 2018 Boxycharm Review!

Hey everyone! Today’s Mommy Minute is going to be a review of the February 2018 Boxycharm subscription box!

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Boxycharm is $21.00 a month and each month you get 5 full size beauty products!

I’m already excited just seeing a glimpse of the contents of this month’s box!

This month’s theme is Galaxy Glow! I expected a more Valentine’s Day-ish theme, but this is a nice change of pace.

Boxycharm always sends a very detailed information card, which I appreciate.

+ OFRA Cosmetics Pop-Up Palette Mini, $21.00.

Pop-Up Palette Mini provides a perfect home for any magnetic makeup godet. Items can be continually tailored and rearranged according to personal preference. The unique design is lightweight and travel-friendly, yet securely holds the godets in place.

This obviously reminds me a lot of Z-Palettes, which I always find useful in my collection, especially with the single pans that I tend to get in subscription boxes. This one is really unique because you can prop it up. I think it’s a really cool idea and it’s a really nice product to get in a subscription box!

+ OFRA Cosmetics Blush Godet Refill in Winter Rose Glow, $12.00.

The Blush Godet offers strong pigment with a long-lasting effect in a fabulous pressed powder blush.

I love that Boxycharm sent us a blush to put in our new palette! I have a couple of the OFRA Cosmetics blushes and the pigmentation is really nice. This color is really gorgeous and I’m pleased with their curation so far this month!

+ Cover FX Shimmer Veil in Amethyst, $28.00

These multi-use, shimmering creme colors are crease-proof enough for the boldest of eye looks and formulated with a weightless finish for a shimmering effect anywhere on the face. Suitable for all skin types.

I’m having some technical difficulties with the picture of this product, so I do apologize that I wasn’t able to include one. It’s been one of those days, guys. Either way, this is gorgeous! I’m a big fan of Cover FX products and this is so beautiful and preforms really well. I’m super impressed and this fits in with the monthly theme perfectly. I love getting to try these different and unique products.

+ Vintage Cosmetics Smokey Eye Pencil, $21.00.

Jessica’s richly pigmented smokey eye pencil delivers intense jet-black definition! Creating pencil-point precision or smudgy, saturated color, the creamy-soft formula glides on lids without tugging or pulling.

This is a really great pencil! I love black eyeliners and typically wear one every day. This is a great creamy pencil that really does glide on smoothly. It is an opaque black that is really pigmented. I believe I already have one of these, but this quality is worth having a back up!

+ PUR The Complexion Authority X-Faux Lips Plumping Lip Exfoliator, $17.00.

With an instant boost of shea butter, raw sugar and exfoliating beads, this 4-in-1 lip scrub pencil exfoliated, plumps, hydrates and soothes. Using the shea butter to soften lips, while the raw sugar and exfoliating beads are used to buff away dead surface cells, it moisturizes the lips for a softer, smoother, more plump lip!

This doesn’t have a scent that I can detect, but its got a really nice exfoliant! It’s not too harsh, but it definitely makes a difference. I like to use lip exfoliators a couple of time a week, and I’m much more likely to use on that I can apply like a regular lip stick or pencil.

+ Crown Pro Trio Brush Set, $29.99.

Use this 3 pc Pro Brush Trio to contour your face to perfection! The small brush can be used to conceal imperfections and highlight underneath the eyes. The medium size brush can be used to sculpt the cheekbones and perimeter of the face. Finally, the large powder brush can be used to set everything in place.

I love Crown Pro brushes! I have a few that I’ve purchased myself and a few that I have received in subscription boxes. They are super soft and work really well to blend everything in nicely. I love that they sent a trio instead of just a single brush!

FINAL THOUGHTS:

I really loved the box this month! I’ll use everything in it, and I’m really pleased with the curation of this box. Every month Boxycharm continues to impress me more and more. If you’re looking for a makeup subscription box, I definitely recommend this one!

I paid $21.00 for $128.99 worth of makeup!

What do you think of this month’s box? Are you a Boxycharm subscriber?

February 2018 Bookcase.Club Kids Review!

Hey everyone! Today’s Mommy Minute is going to be a review of the February 2018 Bookcaseclub.Kids box! My kids love this box and I love getting new books for storytime every month!

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Bookcase.Club Kids box is a monthly subscription box that costs $9.99. Every month you’ll receive 3-4 children’s books, from a variety of genres.

I love the variety of books they send every month as it really makes us expand our horizons on the type of books my kids read, and they always send beautiful picture books which are Monroe’s favorites.

The Adventures of TinTin: The Seven Crystal Balls by Herge, $9.00.

This book is listed as $9.00 on the book itself, but is listed on Amazon for $11.99, on sale for $5.21. I’ll be using the $9.00 price on the book itself for the value during this review.

Seven explorers return from an expedition in the Andes, where they unearthed the tomb of an important Inca. One by one, the explorers are found in deep comas surrounded by mysterious pieces of broken crystal balls. Can Tintin find the meaning behind these crystal fragments? Will he uncover the cause of the mysterious illness? Join Tintin, Captain Haddock and Professor Calculus on this gripping adventure woven from thrilling detective work and spooky sorcery!

This book is set up like a comic book, with a lot of small print. I think that this is going to be a bit old for my kids, and way out of their realm of reading abilities. It’s also going to be a bit difficult to read as a bedtime story, so I think I might hold on to this one for a while until they get a little bit older.

Big Bad Baby by Bruce Hale, $16.99.

This book has a price listed of $16.99. It’s available on Amazon for $17.99, on sale for $15.60. I’ll be using the price of $16.99 for this review.

How to keep a baby happy:

  1. Never delay naptime.
  2. Keep favorite blankies clean and soft.
  3. Serve only the finest baby food.

What to do if baby becomes unhappy:

  1. LOOK OUT!

Because when babies get cranky – really, really, cranky – you never know what could happen. . .

This is a really cute book with beautiful illustrations. The story line is cute, and my kids really liked looking at the pictures of the “big baby”. It’s a great book for a bedtime story, which is how I tend to use these book so I’m pleased with the selection of this one.

Stars Above Us by Geoffrey Norman, $16.99.

Amanda is afraid of the dark, but her dad loves the night and shows her all the wonderful things that there are to see. The stars, especially, intrigue them both. When Amanda’s dad has to go away, he tells her how looking at the same stars can help them feel close. So even though Amanda misses her dad terribly, she has a special way of keeping him in her heart.

The pictures in this book are beautiful! My kids love looking at the stars with their dad. We even had to get light machines for their rooms that display the moon and stars on their ceiling at night to help them sleep since it provides them so much comfort. This is a really beautiful story that makes a great addition to our book collection for storytime before bed.

World of Wonder: The Awesome Book of The Universe, $7.99.

This book is full of amazing illustrations and information about the Universe, from stars to galaxies, black holes and more. Did you know that sometimes galaxies crash into each other? Or that the Universe began with a Big Bang? Look for: In-depth information, quizzes, question and answer boxes and awesome facts panels.

This is a great educational book that I think Gibson will absolutely adore. Especially because it all revolves around stars! Well, a good portion of it :). This book has a lot of great information for young children that is presented in a fun, colorful way. It keeps their attention well and I love books that teach as you read. This is a definite win for Gibson!

FINAL THOUGHTS:

I really love this box. It’s a hit month after month and I think for $9.99, getting 3-4 kids books (mostly hardcover) is an amazing value. I am always pleased, even on the rare occasion like this month that we receive a book that is a bit out of my kids age range. They actually just updated their subscription system, so now you can choose an age range. I selected age 2-4 for now, so hopefully the issue of older-aged books will resolve itself.

I paid $9.99 for $50.97 worth of books.

What do you think of this box? Have you or your kids ever read any of these books?

February 2018 Rag Tag Box Review!

Hey everyone! Today’s Mommy Minute is going to be a review on the January 2018 Rag Tag Box!

Rag Tag Box is a monthly subscription box by Spot Colors that provides a new cross stitch pattern and all the supplies needed to make it every month for $16.00 a month.

This month’s theme is Angry Gnome. The pattern is really cute. I think it’s a great choice for a Spring time pattern!

This kit came with a pattern, a photo, and a link to the pattern and instructions.

It also came with a 14 Count White Aida Fabric, DMC Threads and a wood hoop.

And every box comes with some extras. This month included a needle, angry gnome stickers, an angry gnome bookmark and a little red baggie.

FINAL THOUGHTS:

This is one of those subscriptions that is hard to value properly because this kit is exclusively curated every month and not everything can be purchased separately. I find a lot of value in that exclusive curation and the fact that everything is pre-sorted for the project every month. I love the theme this month and I think this pattern will be super cute in my office or as a Spring decoration.

What do you think of this box? Do you like the pattern?

January 2018 Target Arts & Crafts For Kids Review!

Hey everyone! Today’s Mommy Minute is the last January subscription box review. Today I’ll be reviewing the Target Arts & Crafts For Kids subscription box for January 2018!

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The Target Arts & Crafts For Kids subscription box is $14.99 a month and each month you’ll receive a new craft kids from Target.

It comes packaged like a regular online order from Target would come, so there’s not much unboxing excitement that comes along with this box, sadly.

Creativity For Kids Light-Up Heart Marquee Craft Kit, $13.99.

This kit comes with everything you need to create a colored light-up heart. It’s a really cute craft idea and is relatively simple to do. I am a bit irritated by the value this month, the subscription cost more then this kit. However, I’m willing to overlook one month of bad value and it is a nice craft kit that I don’t think I would have purchased myself just because it’s not something that would have normally caught my eye.

FINAL THOUGHTS:

I am a bit bummed by the value this month. I haven’t had any issues with the price of the craft kit being lower then the cost of the subscription before this, so I’ll have to keep my eye out to see if this is a recurring issue going forward. But, I do like the craft this month and I think it’s unique, so I’m okay with it for now.

I paid $14.99 for $13.99 worth of products.

What do you think of this subscription? Have you ever made a craft like this before?

January 2018 Beauteque Mask Maven Review!

Hey everyone! Today’s Mommy Minute is going to be one of the last subscription box reviews for the month of January (just one more after this), the Beauteque Mask Maven review for January 2018!

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Beauteque Mask Maven is a monthly subscription box that costs $18.95 a month ($15 for the box and $3.95 for shipping). Each month you’ll receive 9-11 masks of all kinds, straight from Korea.

The theme for this month is “Prime Time”! The information card has the company’s social media information and instructions on how to find information on this month’s box through their online portal.

I seriously have a sick obsession with sheet masks. This is like Christmas to me <3.

Disclaimer: I have not tried any of these at the time of this review. This review is more like an unboxing and first impressions.

Purederm Black Food Under Eye Mask, $2.90.

Black Food Complex, which contains 17 types of black food ingredients packed with healthy energy and nutrients, makes the sensitive skin under your eyes firmer and healthier, and Collagen, Bamboo Water, Panthenol, Pearl Extract, Cauliflower Extract, and other ingredients thoroughly fill up the moisture in the skin.

This mask is a black under eye gel mask that firms, hydrates and brightens. I really like under eye masks for the days that I’m just not feeling a full face mask. Gel masks in particular always make me feel more refreshed and relaxed. I can’t wait to use these little guys.

It’s Skin Fresh Sheet Mask – Pomegranate, $1.99.

The cushion pulp sheet includes nutrition from fresh and natural ingredients, giving its own nourishment to the skin as well as solving skin problems. The Fresh Mask Pomegranate delivers natural glow and vitality to dull skin.

Pomegranate masks are really great to get your skin glowing. I’ve had really good luck with them in the past. You’re supposed to keep this mask on for 15-20 minutes, which is pretty standard for a sheet mask. I really like the scent most pomegranate masks seem to have, so I’m pretty excited to try this one out.

NOHJ Aloe Mud Texture Mask Pack, $2.99.

The packaging of this is super cute and the mask itself has this amazing gold rose imaging on it. This contains mud extract and tea tree to help calm and reduce inflammation which is great for the days when the weather gets the best of my skin. Or for when my hormones do. I really am intrigued by the whole concept of this particular mask, so this is one of the next ones up in my rotation and a welcome addition to my stash.

NOHJ Tea Tree Mud Texture Mask Pack, $2.99.

This mask has the same design and same claims as the previous one, so I’m curious to see if I notice a difference after using them both. Either way, I’m loving the gorgeous pattern on these masks and the again, the packaging is super cute. I’m excited to try this pair.

Goodal Water Full Mask – Moisture, $1.99.

The water-full mask moisturizes skin. Mineral moisture from Salicornia herbacea water. The formulation of a moisture film with Hyaluronic acid. Adhering sheet like a second skin.

This mask is meant to be used for 10-20 minutes. It claims it is perfect for dry and cracked skin. Due to the weather and my hormones going crazy after giving birth, my skin is super dry right now so I’m hoping this will be a miracle worker when it comes to getting my skin back into shape. The packaging is simple, but cute. In all, it seems like a promising mask.

MJ Care Premium Charcoal Black Mask, $2.99.

This mask contains charcoal extract and is meant to make skin elastic, moisturized, clear and relaxed. The packaging of this intrigues me and I’ve recently tried a couple of charcoal based sheet masks that I really liked. I love charcoal skincare products as a whole, but the sheet mask world of charcoal products is really interesting to me. I’ve had pleasant results with the ones I’ve tried so I’m hoping this mask lives up to my expectations.

Entia After Overwork Vitamin Water Pack – Vitamin B, $3.99.

Okay, the packaging of this mask is seriously super cute. I love the Vitamin Water reference. This mask was created to calm and restore skin after a stressful week. This seems like the perfect sheet mask to use during a nice bubble bath. I can’t wait to try it. Even the packaging looks relaxing to me, with a nice throwback to my high school years – a simpler time.

FrienVita Gold Glow Mask, $4.99.

This mask seems a bit pricey to me for a sheet mask, but one of the ingredients listed is 24K gold. This mask is supposed to purify the skin, eliminate toxins and provide a nice glow. I am really interested in the 24K gold addition to the mask, so I’m hoping this will be a really nice, luxe mask that just makes you feel good if you know what I mean. This should be a fun to use and I’m really looking forward to it.

FrienVita Aqua Gold Glow Mask, $4.99.

This mask is the same price as the previous one, which still seems a bit high to me. This mask is advertised as “perfect skin adhesion”, claiming that the mask was developed based on the octopuses tentacles. This mask also boosts 24K gold as an ingredient, but the octopus resemblence is what intrigues me about this one. I always have an issue getting sheet masks to stay in place when I use them, so I’m hoping this one works a bit better.

FINAL THOUGHTS:

I really like this subscription. This is only the second month I’ve been with them, but I really appreciate the value and curation they provide. It’s really nice to be able to try several new sheet masks every month, most of which are not easily available in the US. That alone makes up a decent amount of the value for me.

I paid $18.95 for $29.82 worth of product.

What do you think of this box? Do you like sheet masks?

January 2018 Look Fantastic Beauty Box Review!

Hey everyone! Today’s Mommy Minute is going to be a review of the January 2018 Look Fantastic Beauty Box subscription!

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Look Fantastic Beauty Box is a beauty subscription box from the UK that includes at least 6 hand-picked items along with an issue of Elle UK magazine. It costs $19.00 a month, or $16.00 if you choose an annual subscription, which can be paid for monthly.

This month’s theme is Beauty Forward.

January is all about starting the year fresh and clean – take the time to discover all the beauty tips to recharge, reset and reinvent your skincare regime and beauty stash. Discover new brands like Sampar, new products and new beauty tricks – bring on 2018, we are ready for you!

ELLE UK magazine.

I love that they include this magazine in each box. I love reading through British versions of my favorite magazines, so this is always a nice treat for a bit of Mommy time throughout the month.

Balance Me Congested Skin Serum, $10.82.

A lightweight serum that will make your skin look flawless. Especially good on combination skin, it will get rid of all your imperfections and will keep your skin hydrated and glowy. Kanuka oil a good natural antimicrobial and anti-bacterial that will clear congestions, while eucalyptus will calm any rednesses and inflammations. Can be applied AM and/or PM on clean skin as a first step of your skincare routine. Use it during summer as a primer to make sure your skin is nice and matte throughout the day.

This is a very thin, liquid-y formula that has a strong eucalyptus scent. It’s incredibly hydrating on my skin, though. I do agree that it helps to keep my skin matte and this is a welcome addition to my skincare routine.

Monuspa Warming Ginger Bath & Body Oil, $18.00.

A spa experience in the comfort of your own house. This body oil has an all-natural and clean formulation with a mixture of ginger, lemongrass and orange, uplifting and awakening, it is the perfect body oil to use in the morning. Apply after the shower on you body or drop a few drops in your bath to enjoy a full & relaxing experience. If you’re seeking some relief after a heavy gym session this oil is the perfect remedy. Apply it after your session where your muscles feel tight and let it work some magic!

I’m not a big fan of the scent of ginger, so the smell of this isn’t my favorite, but it really is a luxe oil. I love that it is multi-use and that you can also use it on tight muscles after a workout. It provides a really nice, warm feeling and I found it have no oily residue.

Espa Pink Hair & Scalp Mud, $10.80.

Give your hair some love and try this intensive treatment. This lovely rose paste will condition and nourish your hair & scalp (always up for a multitasker). Its clean formation is full of good for you minerals and is enriched in Vitamin C, has red clay and Apricot kernel oil – all those ingredients to make your hair look fabulous and scalp feel hydrated.

Apply onto scalp through damp hair and leave it for 20 minutes, rinse well and condition your hair as usual.

For a more intense hydration boost, leave it all night long (we like to sleep in a shower cap when doing so – easy peasy and no damage on your pillow) and rinse thoroughly in the morning.

This is a really interesting concept to me. And the full size of this is priceyyy. The scrub is pink in color and doesn’t have an overbearing scent. I haven’t had a chance to try this one yet, but I’m really excited to. I just have to decide if I want to use it as a 20 minute treatment or an overnight one.

Korres White Tea Fluid Gel Cleanser, $1.64.

Enjoy your morning wash with this gel cleanser that won’t dry out sensitive skin, and will leave your skin refreshed and clean, ready for the rest of your skincare routine. The contents are 88.3% natural and its main ingredient is white tea extract – a natural antioxidant protection and toner for the skin!

Use morning and night, apply a pea size of product on a damp face, clean with circular motion and rinse well.

You can also use it as a makeup remover – it works wonders as well!

I love the Korres brand and they’re cleansers are a favorite of mine. I haven’t tried this white tea version before, but it has a nice, clean scent. It goes on nicely and leaves my skin feeling refreshed and recharged in a way – and just cleaner. This is a definite win for me.

Erno Laszlo Light Controlling Lotion, $4.04.

A skincare regime without a toning step would be like cleaning your teeth without toothpaste. . . a bit useless really. This is why the Beauty Box Team selected the best toners on the market. A selection of 3 toners from the skincare specialist Erno Laszlo, they work on all skin types, so don’t you worry, no matter which one you receive, you will be able to use, even if you have sensitive skin.

For acne, oily and skin with enlarged pores, this toner will gently exfoliate to remove dead skin cells whilst soothing and calming irritations.

After cleansing, pour a small amount onto the palm of your hand and pat into skin.

With this box, you had the chance of getting one of three Erno Laszlo toners: Hydraphel Skin Supplement, Light Controlling Lotion and White Marble Essence Lotion. I’ve tried a couple of these before and they really are some of the best on the market. Erno Laszlo is a cult favorite brand for a reason and these are amazing at making my skin feel refreshed and clean to kick off my skincare routine everyday.

ModelCo 3D Lash Primer, $8.00.

If you don’t have an eyelash primer in your makeup routine yet, then this will revolutionize your mascara application. In addition to conditioning and volumizing, it allows your mascara to stay put all day! It will also maintain the curve, and even enhance by giving some more thickness to your lashes.

Apply it before mascara, don’t be afraid – it will look white but once you apply mascara on top, you will discover thick and voluminous lashes.

When applying the primer, make sure you apply it in a zigzag motion so that all your lashes are primed from base to tip!

This is full size! I am not personally a fan of lash primers, so I haven’t brought myself to try this out yet, but I am seeing some decent reviews online. I normally have issues with them because I find they make my mascara clump and make it almost impossible to remove. Hopefully, this one will be different.

FINAL THOUGHTS: 

I really love this subscription. For $16.00 a month, they supply me with really luxe brands that are normally brand new to me. Most of the products this month are brand new to me, even if they’re by brands that I’ve tried before. I don’t think I can beat that. The information booklet also includes a lot of great information and tips in addition to the product information and I appreciate that.

I paid $16.00 for $53.30 worth of product + the latest issue of ELLE UK.

What do you think of this subscription? What are your thoughts on lash primers?

January 2018 Nosejoy Review!

Hey everyone! Today’s Mommy Minute is going to be a review of the January 2018 Nosejoy subscription box.

I am trying to perfect these posts, both with picture quality and how the posts are laid out, so bear with me but hopefully the quality will continue to increase, especially once I move onto Febuary’s boxes.

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Nosejoy is a monthly subscription box for home and body fragrances of all sorts. Each month, you’ll get 4-5 scented products, such as candles, lotions, and more for $34.95 a month.

This month’s theme is New Year’s Nose – Resolution Inspiration. Each product is accompanied by a specific resolution on the information card.

Lollia Wander Petite Treat Handcreme, $7.50.

Resolution: Travel More. The perfect cream to keep with you while wandering the world, or just letting your thoughts wander. Macadamia nut and avacado oils create a nourishing blend with hydrating aloe extract and replenishing shea butter. The floral scent includes night blooming jasmine, ancient cypress, and water lily.

Lollia is a brand by Margot Elena (who recently launched her own quarterly subscription that I started subscribing to, so keep your eyes out for reviews!). Lollia does really nice hand creams, and this one is no exception. This has a really nice, uplifting scent and is super moisturizing and hydrating. It’s also a really nice smaller size that is great to throw in my purse.

Cottage Greenhouse Fresh Carrot French Soap, $6.50.

Resolution: Eat Healthy. You may stumble a bit on your diet, but you can always add veggies to the bath! Nurture yourself with the rich and creamy lather of shea butter soap. Made with a vegetable base and a yummy carrot fragrance, and triple milled to generate exceptional lather.

This is the cutest little bar of soap. Well, it’s more like a block. The scent reminds me of Dove soap with a touch of carrot in it. It lathers really nicely, and I think its a perfect fit for my guest bathroom.

Big Dipper Wax Works Pure Beeswax Tin Candle, $5.00.

Resolution: Don’t pollute. Beeswax is a 100% natural, renewable resource that cleans the air by emitting purifying negative ions. Irritants like pollen, dust, and dirt carry a positive charge, and the burning beeswax negates them to reduce asthma, allergies and hay fever. Who needs air purifiers when you can just burn a candle? The natural, sweet honey fragrance is infused straight from the hive.

I’ve tried candles from this brand before, and they’re really nice. I’ll never turn down a cute candle though. I know bees and beeswax are supposed to be amazing for the planet, so that’s a nice plus, as well. This has a very plain beeswax scent, but it does a great job of cutting back on odors in the air.

Pretty Little Bath Co Coffee Lip Scrub, $6.00.

Resolution: Get more done. To get more done, you’re going to need some coffee. This coffee scrub with coconut oil and sugar will stimulate blood flow in your lips, leaving them awakened and plump. To use, spread a small amount on lips (a little goes a long way), gently rub your lips together or scrub off with a finger, and then wash away with water. Better yet. . .just lick it off!

I love me a nice lip scrub, and a coffee flavored one is a great addition to my collection. This is created by the cutest small batch company on Etsy. This scrub comes with real coffee beans on the top! I love adorable little touches like that! It literally smells like a bag of fresh coffee beans and the granulation in the scrub is the perfect amount.

Sam Wish Hippy Detox Bath Soak, $10.00.

Resolution: Clean up your act. This soak is the perfect way to rid yourself of both voluntary and involuntary toxins. The intense, rich aroma of patchouli, geranium, grapefruit and lemon along with both Epsom and sea salts draw out all the toxins in your body and give it a boost to return back to perfect health. Pro tip: Be sure to drink lots of water to replenish and flush out your body of anything left behind.

The packaging of this is absolutely beautiful. It comes in a gorgeous glass bottle with a simple brown label. The scent is on the strong side, but makes a bath smell like the most relaxing thing in the world. The directions call for 1-2 cups in a warm bath. I adore soaks like this, especially as a mother of three.

And one last Resolution: Be a better friend. Maybe you’ve gotten something in a Nosejoy box that you don’t love, or that you just think someone else would enjoy. Toss it in the enclosed gift bag and pass it on!

I think this is the cutest idea! This is a little canvas bag with the Nosejoy logo and some black and white polka dot tissue paper. The entire concept behind this inclusion is a very sweet thought and it’s nice that they included this in their resolution themed box.

FINAL THOUGHTS:

I really enjoyed this box as a whole. I’ll use everything in it and I think it was really thoughtfully curated. The value came out to about the cost of the box this month, which I’m not super pleased with, but hopefully the value will increase next month. It’s just something I’ll have to keep my eye on.

I paid $34.95 for $35.00 worth of products!

What did you think of this box? Do you subscribe to Nosejoy?