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Beekman 1802 Beauty Box Subscription Box Review – Fall 2016

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Beekman Beauty Box is a quarterly subscription box that sends assorted beauty and skincare products from Beekman 1802’s own line. The boxes are shipped: January, April, July and October.

Beekman also offers a Specialty Food Club, Cheese of the Month Club, and Scent of the Month Club.

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This review is of the Beekman Beauty, $50 a quarter, box. 

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The Subscription Box: Beekman Beauty Box

Cost: $50.00 quarterly subscription- $50.00 for 3-month recurring charge or 200.00 for 12-month gift subscription (four quarterly deliveries and one single purchase price). Prices include shipping within the continental US.

Products: Beauty, soap & skincare products from Beekman 1802

Ships to: United States, Canada, and International

Check out all of our Beekman 1802 Beauty Box reviews and the Beauty Subscription Box Directory for more beauty boxes!

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Josh and Brent include a letter and list each item along with its retail value in their beauty surprise boxes. This quarter the box was focused on healing some of your skin problems; these are great products to have on hand when you need some extra TLC.

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Yellow Birch Balm (2 oz.) – Value $12.50

Yellow Birch Balm is great for extremely dry, chapped skin. It will help heal rashes and soothe bug bites. We’ve been using it on my son’s keratosis pilaris and have seen fabulous results. This can also be used for dry, cracked heels and to rub on cuticles. It’s made with grapeseed oil, beeswax, birch bark and other essential oils.

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All Natural Bug Spray (4 oz.) – Value $10.00

I love this all-natural bug spray! It smells wonderful (if you like herbal aromas) and contains no harmful chemicals at all. It’s safe to use on kids and is filled with essential oils that bugs avoid. It comes in an easy-to-use spray bottle.

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Drawing Salve (1.7 oz.) – Value $12.00

Drawing salve is used for drawing out splinters and infections. The salve is thick and incredibly moisturizing made with olive oil, activated charcoal, beeswax, lavender and clove oils. Both oils are antimicrobial and are great for fighting infections. Reading the reviews on the Beekman 1802 website this can also be used for bug bites, acne, and ingrown nails. Seems to be a miracle cure!

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Rare Earth Soap – Listed Value $14.00

What a beautiful muslin bag of guest soaps. These hand-milled goat milk soaps are a great size for travel or camping trips or just putting out in my powder room. I like the natural earthy tones and they smell very clean and fresh.

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Healing Stick (0.5 oz.) – Value $15.00

This roller ball healing stick is made with sweet almond oil. They recommend using it on bug bites or minor scrapes. It is easy to apply and convenient to carry with me. 

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Bumper Sticker – Free Gift! (Value $2.50)

Josh and Brent said they feel the world could use a little more friendliness right now so they included this bonus gift bumper sticker. I have to agree with them and I think this sticker is fabulous!

Verdict: I am obsessed with my Beekman Beauty Box contents this month. I have been enjoying the soaps and both the Drawing Salve and Birch Balm are fantastic discoveries. I was surprised to see Bug Spray in a fall box (I think it would have been better suited in the July shipment for those of us that are chilly this time of year) but it will be great to have on hand when the warmer weather returns to the Northeast. Beekman 1802 makes high-quality products in beautiful packaging and I think they’re all priced fairly too. This box had a value of $63.50 which is well over the cost of the box. If you’re looking for a natural skincare box with handmade, luxurious products you can’t go wrong with this subscription!

What do you think of Beekman Beauty Box? Have you tried it yet?

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.
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

9 Comments

  1. I am absolutely kicking myself for not signing up for this! I thought about it after the last box, but the $50 price tag is a bit much for me, and now I really regret it. I LOVE everything in this box. It’s like it was made specifically for me! 🙂 Off to stalk the swap board . . . .

  2. Beekman are excellent quality products. What a useful box with things you wouldn’t normally purchase on your own.

    • I agree that these items aren’t what I would normally buy myself and yet I’m thrilled to have received!

  3. Really love all these items!

  4. I really could use everything in this box, it’s fantastic. I also have keratosis pilaris on my legs, so I will have to look into trying yellow birch balm. Keeping my skin moisturized is helpful, but it would be nice to see better results with something else. Thanks for a great tip, and great review!

    • Thanks, Amber!

  5. I liked the contents this month (would have loved the bug spray this summer) but since I was finally keeping the box this time (Have gifted the rest) I was really hoping for some hand cream! Also, I wonder if they are doing away with the beautiful box it usually came in? I do have some items up for swap if anyone is interested.

    • Awww, I’d be sad if they started to do away with those beautiful boxes. I’ve subscribed to many different beauty boxes this year, and by far I always thought that Beekman’s packaging felt the most luxe (despite how rustic it was too).

  6. Actually I could definitely use that bug spray now. Autumn is when we go on hikes and I got nibbled on quite a bit this past weekend!

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