I don’t know about you all but I am ready for fall and everything pumpkin! Tell me I’m not the only one. Summer is almost officially over, but I have another great Good Being box to share with you all. If you already know the deal feel free to scroll down and get straight to the products, but if not here is everything you need to know about this awesome subscription box.
COST: Mini Box (US) $9.95/month (2 products) International $15.95
Standard Box (US) $24.95/month (4-5 products) International $33.95
Save $36 off of an ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP when you pay in full.
FEATURES: 4-5 Health, Beauty, Natural Wellness, and Lifestyle products delivered straight to your door.
HOW IT DIFFERS FROM OTHER SUB BOXES: 1.) You get to choose 1-2 products every month. 2.) You can choose between a beauty box and a lifestyle box. 3.) Included in each box is a MEMBER ONLY SPECIAL OFFERS card which includes discount codes on the items you received, in case you want to repurchase, as well as other brands that weren’t included in your specific box. I’ve seen member discount codes as generous as 50% off!
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Ok babes, here are the goods…
Evolvh Smart Curl Hydrating Wash Shampoo and Conditioner received 2 fl oz each value for both $22
So if you follow me on Instagram or have read previous box reviews, you know I’m a fan of the Evolvh leave-in conditioner and I have been dying to try this formula of their shame and conditioner since it was released a while back. I have thick, wavy, frizzy hair that tends to get dry so any hydration I can get into my locks is welcomed. Even though this is called smart curl, it is not only for those with wavy or curly hair, but can be used by anyone who needs more moisture, even those with straight locks.
Moody Sisters Foaming Body Scrub in Blueberry + Lime received 2.2 oz value $12/full size 10 oz $24
I love body scrubs, so choosing this was a total no brainer! I am familiar with Moody Sisters, but hadn’t tried any of their products until now. The scent is so delicious. It is sweet with a hint of citrus from the lime and pink grapefruit essential oils. It actually smells like a Now and Later candy. It is a sugar based scrub that also contains almond castile soap, thus the foaming action as well as a lemon hydrosol, which I love because I am a hydrosol queen, but don’t usually see them in body scrubs. I usually go for salt based scrubs, but I am excited to try this one. Check out the ingredients: Evaporated Cane Juice, Demerara Sugar, Almond Castile Soap (Water, saponified organic coconut, hemp and olive oils with retained glycerin, tocopherol (vitamin E), natural almond oil, hydroxyethylcellulose, citric acid, organic butyro-spermum parkii (shea) butter and rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) extract), Lemon Hydrosol, Organic Blueberry Flavor Oil, Essential Oils: Key Lime, Pink Grapefruit. I love that this brand supports organic, fair trade, non-GMO, small businesses, NO Animal Testing, and is handcrafted in the USA. Lastly, their products do not contain: chemicals, dyes, fragrances, parabens, or sulfates.
MyChelle Lip Hint Lip Balm in Plum received full size value $12.50
I received another shade of this same lip balm in a previous Good Being box and in all honesty I was just OK. Personally, I find that this lip balm to be too minty. If you like a minty lip balm then I recommend trying this one mend this one. Although there are a few different shades, ranging from nude to this one in Plum (visually the darkest shade), they are all pretty much sheer and provide pretty much no color payoff, just a gloss finish, which I guess is why they are called Lip Hints. They are made without Phthalates, Parabens, Sulfates, Silicones, Ureas, Artifical Fragrances and Colors, Petroleum, GMOs, and Gluten. FD&C Dye Free Color.
Bonnie Multi Vitamin Facial Serum received .25 oz value $4.50/full size 1 0z $18
This is a new brand to me, so I hopped onto their site to get more info about them and discovered they have a ton of other products in their line: facial care, body care, lip care, bath care and hair care. I was intrigued by this oil because the first ingredient is Raphanus sativus (radish) seed extract which I have not seen in very many oils especially as a first ingredient. It has a ton of other oils such as Meadowfoam, Jojoba, Rosehip and Argan to name a few. It absorbs fairly quickly into the skin and has a pretty benign scent that dissipates very quickly. It is also Vegan and hand made in Chicago. If I love it, I will be sharing my results in detail on my Instagram feed.
Mega Food Vitamin C Defense Gummies received 2 gummy sample value $0.50/full size 90 count $22.59
I was happy to receive a non beauty item in this month’s box and since the colder weather and flu/cold season is coming it was nice to see a supplement intended to help boost immunity. Mega Foods C Defense Gummies are a combination of Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and a whole food blend (orange, cranberry, blueberry, ginger) supplement. They are soy, dairy and gluten free. non-GMO, vegan and glyphosate residue free. I have yet to find any gummy vitamins that are completely sugar free, not sure if they even exist!? Share if you know of a brand. These have 2 g of added sugar per serving (2 gummies).
So there you have it babes, another Good Being box delivering clean products at a great value. Just how great of a value? Let’s check and do the math. The cost of the box is $24.99, but the actual total value of the box is $51.50, double what you actually pay.
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What products are you most excited about from this month’s box or do you spot any favorites?
Let me know in the comments below!