Bath Sorbet Subscription Box Review + Coupon – Fall 2016
Bath Sorbet is a quarterly box that features full-size bath products including bath bombs, soap jigglers, and bath salts.
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Bath Sorbet
The Cost: $50
COUPON: Use code FALLFREESHIP to get free shipping on your first box!
The Products: 12 full-size items including bath bombs, bubble bars, bath salts, soap jigglers, etc.
Good to Know: The Fall Box is no longer available. Pre-orders for the Christmas box will open on November 1st.
Check out the Beauty Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Bath Sorbet to your subscription list or wishlist!
Included in the box is an information card that has an image and scent description for each item.
Poison Apple Butter Bomb – Value $6
I could definitely smell the green apple and cinnamon in this bath bomb with just the slightest hint of blueberry. The scent was distinct but not overwhelming and the bath bomb was really sturdy. I loved the bright color combination!
Berried Alive Bubble Bomb – Value $6
I don’t love berry scents so this was probably my least favorite scent in the box but one of my favorite bath bombs visually. I couldn’t pick out a specific berry scent so it seemed to be a combination of raspberry and blueberry. The spider set into the dark red and black is really cute for Halloween.
Carmel Apple Drizzle Cupcake – Value $6
This not only looks like a dessert but it smells like one! The caramel scent was strong on the frosting but the bottom of the cupcake was all green apple. I really liked the combination of the two. This bath bomb was delicately constructed so handle with care! I knocked the top off pretty easily but I actually like having the option of using the bottom (green apple) top (caramel and cinnamon) separately!
Pumpkin Spice Bubble Bomb – Value $6
This bath bomb was slightly delicate too and you can see where a little chunk fell off while I was removing it from the packaging. Considering the fact that I’m going to crumble it up and put it in water, this isn’t the worst thing in the world. It also came in a small plastic bag so I was still able to use all of the product. This 100% smelled like pumpkin spice. The scent was on the lighter side – is there such a thing as pumpkin spice lite? If there is, this is it!
Candy Corn Bubble Bomb – Value $6
This is so cute for fall! I don’t love to eat candy corn but I do love how adorable this bath bomb is! The scent profile says this has peppered caramel and tangerine, a combination that sounded so odd to me! I still think it’s an odd combination but it works! I can smell the tangerine much more than the caramel but it’s a very fresh smell. It stands out against the sweeter, bakery scents in the box which is a nice surprise.
Sinus Relief Shower Steamers – Value $5
This is not the cutest product but I think I’m most excited to use this! Fall means a lot of cozy, wonderful things but it also means congestion and colds. I’m always on the hunt to help clear up any congestion or sinus pressure so this is perfect! It has a slight peppermint scent that grows stronger in the steam of your shower. Love it!
Pumpkin Mocha Latte Bubble Bar – Value $8
If the other pumpkin item in the box was lite, this is full on pumpkin! This little pumpkin is adorable and smells like pumpkin spice, cocoa, and coffee. The scent throw on this is very strong and very delicious!
The only downside is that you have to love glitter because you will be covered in it immediately! It washes off pretty easily but I can imagine you might have some residue in your tub after this bath!
Rum Caramel Bath Truffle – Value $3
This smelled like caramel and vanilla but with a really nice fruit undertone. I was impressed with the scent on this one and I think the bath truffles are so cute!
Toasted Marshmallow Bath Truffle – Value $3
This smelled exactly like a buttery toasted marshmallow. I like marshmallow scents a lot so this was perfect for me.
Fireside Bath Truffle – Value $3
This one also smelled a little buttery to me but with smoky undertones. It goes really well with the marshmallow!
I opened these three truffles at the same time and immediately felt hungry! The combination of the three smells like smores at a campfire surrounded by a bunch of baked goods (which sounds like a dream camping trip).
Sandalwood Vanilla Soap Jiggler – Value $3? (full-size is $6)
This item totally surprised me. I don’t buy a lot of jiggler products because the texture can be a little off-putting for me. But the smell of this is so nice that I immediately put it in my shower to use. Instead of a sweet, bakery vanilla – this is combined with sandalwood so it has a nice, musky scent. It’s a very fall scent to me. It reminded me of Nirvana Black by Elizabeth & James. The glitter in the jiggler leaves a slight shimmer if you don’t scrub it off completely.
This is what fall smells like to me. It smells like red apples, cider, and a little caramel. I love epsom salt soaks and I think this will be so nice to use in a cozy bath. The bag doesn’t specify how much is in it but it looks like it could be a couple baths or multiple foot baths.
Verdict: I really like the range of products in this box! I think I’ll use the jiggler and shower steamer first because I just happen to take showers more often. So I really appreciate the inclusion of those items. I think Bath Sorbet did a nice job of having a variety of scents in the bath bombs. With fall themes, you’re going to lean towards sweet bakery smells but it’s really nice to break that up with some cleaner, lighter scents. I think they did a nice job with that! Comparing the cost of this box to other bath lines, I think its value exceeds the cost. With 12 items (all full-size except the jiggler), this box was densely packed with everything I’ll need for fall baths.
What did you think of this quarter’s Bath Sorbet box?