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SudzBox Shower Subscription Box Review – March 2016

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SudzBox is a monthly subscription service that sends 5 or more bath, shower or kids’ bath related items. This particular review is for their Sudz and Scrubz Shower Box.

SudzBox sent us this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

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The Subscription Box: Sudz and Scrubz Shower Box

The Cost: $29.99

COUPON​: Save 10% off any subscription with code SUDZ4LIFE!

The Products:  spa-like handmade bathing products

Ships to: US (free) willing to ship out of the US but other shipping rates will apply

Check out the Beauty Subscription Directory and make sure to add SudzBox to your subscription list or wishlist!

SudzBox Card

Each box comes with a card pasted into the box lid which details the month’s products and directions for how to use the items.

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SudzBox Unwrapped

Soap Block

This wooden soap block is meant to help keep your handmade soaps from melting in the shower too early. The slits between the wood let the water drip away from the soap so it remains dry.

Sudzy Peeps

These molded soaps look just like marshmallow Peeps! I think they are so adorable and are perfect for a spring box. They smell lemony and can be used for hands or body.

Earl Grey Soap (4 oz.) – $4.99

This soap actually has pieces of tea leaves throughout the bar. It’s very creamy. I personally don’t care for soap with pieces that come off in the shower, but it smells very nice. The website says this is made with tea and goat’s milk.

Lemon Drop Steamers

These little star shaped white steamers have a strong and refreshing lemon smell. The directions say to put one of these on the floor of the shower and the steam will take care of the rest. I really enjoyed the lemony smell in my shower and found it perked me right up after a not so great night of sleep! These were new and fun for me to try.


Matcha Face Mask

This mask come in a glass jar – love that! The card says that matcha is a powerful antioxidant and wrinkle reducer. This mask also contains essential oils (it doesn’t list specifics) and charcoal. The instructions say to smear on a thin layer, let dry and then wash off. There is a strong menthol smell to this mask. I can’t say it made me look any younger but it sure helped clear up my sinuses!


Honey and Fig Whipped Sugar Butter

This might just be the best smelling shower product I’ve ever owned!! It’s a fluffy light pink and contains sugar to exfoliate. This is intended to be used as a body wash because it does foam up. At first I thought it was a body butter to use as a cream but the card said to use it on your shower pouf, lather and rinse. This is my favorite item in the box. I also love that I comes in a nice glass jar and is a good amount that will last awhile.

Verdict:  ​I really enjoyed the first ever Sudz and Scrubz Shower Box! I love having fun new products to try in the shower so my five minutes in the morning before work can feel like a tiny little spa escape. I think this box had a nice variety of products and scents. The value is there for me, this box was chock full of goodies! Everything was so nicely wrapped and presented. These products are handmade in small batches so most of them aren’t available for purchase on their site right now. As a Jersey girl myself, I love that they are based in New Jersey too! The only thing I think they could improve upon is to include a list of all ingredients on each product or on the information card. There is a small note that some products contain almond oil, but other than that there isn’t much information about what these items contain.

What do you think of this month’s SudzBox? Which one would you most like to try: bath, shower or kids’ box?

Written by Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica’s addiction started off slowly enough with Birchbox, but it has grown and grown over the last three years. An elementary school librarian and mom of two she loves boxes that are child-centric. But she’ll never turn down a good fashion, beauty or tasty treat subscription.
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  1. I’d want the shower box for me, or the kids’ box for my ninos. I don’t think I’d use the bath box (who has time for that?).

    • Right?! With two little kids baths are a very indulgence for me! ?

    • *rare indulgence

  2. I would love to try all three, the bath, showers, and kids box all sound amazing.

    • The whipped sugar scrub is so divine I’ve been loving my shower every day since receiving it!

      • Do you happen to have any info on ordering just that product? Thanks.

        • Hi! If you click on the Sudz link above there is a “shop” section of their website where you can just order individual items. Last I checked they didn’t have the honey fig sugar butter but they did have a mango one. Hope that helps 🙂

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