Luxor Box Subscription Box Review – September 2016
Luxor Box is a luxe subscription box for women that includes beauty, home, jewelry, accessory items and more.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
I love that all the items come in their own packaging – this makes Luxor Box great for gifting anything you don’t want to keep!
The Subscription Box: Luxor Box
The Cost: $129 to the US, $159 to Canada (Ships every other month)
The Products: Every-other-month we curate a selection of five to seven full-size, hand-picked, products with a value of $250+ per delivery. Our surprise selections will range from high-end spa products, top-shelf beauty products, jewelry, apparel, home accessories and unique treasures from around the world.
Ships to: US and Canada
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This box comes with an individual card detailing each item.
Halcyon Days Gold Hinged Bangle (colors will vary) – Retail Value $165
I love this bright pop of orange against the gold metal! The hinge mechanism on this bracelet is so slick, too!
This piece looks great alone, but could also work well in a stack:
This bracelet is 18K gold plated with colored enamel.
(It has a 7″ inner circumference.)
Rose et Marius Eau de Toilette Roll On (scents will vary) – Retail Value $40
As usual, the Rose et Marius packaging is lovely!
This roll-on perfume is described as having top notes of fig leaf, mandarine, and orange blossom. It’s sweet, and probably my favorite scent from this brand.
And that leather cap! What a fab detail!
Mottahedeh Heirluminare Votive – (colors/scents will vary) Value $60
This candle is a combination of efforts from Mottahedeh & Company, a luxury porcelain design company, and Vila Hermanos, “a small prestigious candle factory located in Spain.”
More exquisite packaging! This candle is just ready to be gifted!
The candles are made from 100% natural wax (no palm oil) and fragranced in Grasse, France.
Subscribers may receive one of four versions: Green Lace, Cobalt Blue Lace, Cornflower Lace, or Green Apple Lace.
And the last card covers two different items:
John Beswick Pocket Mirror (patterns will vary) – Retail Value $30
This is a really well-made mirror. It has a good weight to it, and a sleek magnetic closure.
There’s a magnifying side, too.
John Beswick Ceramic Vase (patterns will vary) – Retail Value $35
This vase is 7 1/8″ tall with a 2 1/2″ diameter.
As soon as I saw this is the variation of the vase that I received, I had the perfect person in mind for it – it’s going to be the best gift ever!
Verdict: This box has a retail value of about $330. I think that value is good for a luxe box – about $200 over the cost. I also think Luxor Box seems to do a good job at finding quality brands that subscribers like and sticking with them! I’ve been enjoying receiving multiple items from brands like Rose et Marius, so if you like the brands you see in this box, I think you’d be happy subscribing.
What do you think of the September 2016 Luxor Box? Do you like seeing some of the same brands in Luxor boxes?