Sherobox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2016
SheroBox is a monthly subscription that sends you products that are from women entrepreneurs and women-owned or operated businesses.
Every month they send out a box filled with lifestyle, home, food, beauty, and family products.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: SheroBox
The Cost: $34.99/month, $94.47 for 3 months prepaid (saves 10%), $178.45 for 6 months prepaid (saves 15%), or $335.90 for 12 months prepaid (saves 20%). Shipping is $5.
COUPON: Save 20% off any subscription with code SPRING16! (limited time only)
The Products: Beauty, food, home, family, and lifestyle products from either women entrepreneurs or women owned or operated businesses.
Ships to: US
Keep Track of your subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Each box also comes with a little info card, talking about the focus/theme this month, and it folds out to give info on the featured brands.
Miss Selby’s All-Purpose Degreaser – 19 fl oz, value: $5.95
I really started getting into all-natural cleaning supplies after having my baby, so I was happy to get this in my box. It’s supposed to be great to use on any hard surface. I tried it yesterday on my stove top, and it works pretty well! I’m glad to add this to my cleaning arsenal.
Cashmere Spring Rain Soap – 5.6 oz, value: $5.99
This soap smells really good – it’s a really neutral and fresh scent. Plus, it’s wrapped in seed paper! So you can go plant the wrapper and get flowers.
Seattle Chocolates Spring Has Spring box of Assorted Truffles – 4 oz/~12 pieces, value: $7.95
Seattle Chocolates is one of my all-time favorite sweets brands ever since I found them in Treatsie. These truffles were a mix of San Juan Sea Salt, Salted Almond, and Blackberry Crème. (I ate them in that order – I love the sea salt ones!)
Country Home Cranberry Walnut Dip Mix – 3 oz, value: $4.95
This dip has apples, walnuts, and cranberries and seems pretty versatile – you can make it into lots of things, from a cake to chicken salad!
Herb Garden Wheel – value: $16.88
This wheel is interesting – it has lots of information about planting, growing, and cooking/eating herbs! It seems really handy, though I personally am not sure about the value… almost $17 for a large wheel of things I could look up online via my smartphone seems a little pricey to me. That may just be my personal preferences, though – I know there are people who prefer a physical reference.
Here’s a closer look at the info on the wheel.
Verdict: I liked this SheroBox! I love that they focus on supporting and featuring women, too. The value comes out to $41.72, which is just over the monthly price of the box shipped. That’s fine with me because of their mission, so I know that their goal isn’t specifically to provide a great deal or anything. I don’t think I’ll use the herb wheel, but everything else is a win for me!
What do you think about SheroBox?