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BPure Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 2016

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The BPure Box from Beautifly Pure is an all natural and cruelty-free bath and body subscription box. Beautifly Pure specializes in skincare products with ingredients that are non-irritating. Products are free of parabens, phthalates, artificial colors and fragrances, chemical preservatives, and harsh detergents.


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The Subscription Box: BPure Box

The Cost: $19.95 (potentially + sales tax; they are in Ohio)

COUPON: Use code MYSA to save 15% off your first box!

The Products: 4-5 full size or sample size handcrafted bath and beauty products including soap (always), plus body butters, lip balms, lotion bars, wax melts, bath bombs, serums, and similar products

Ships to: US (free)

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There isn’t an information card for this box, only this little insert asking you to share on social media.


Smooth and Shiny Solid Hair Oil (2 oz) – Value $9.95

This wasn’t very solid when I opened it, but it had been in a black mailbox in the sun in 85 degree weather so that’s not surprising. It did solidify a bit after being inside, but it still had a fun, whipped texture. It is definitely helping with my flyaways and frizz today, although I think I maybe used too much and need to tone it down for next time. (I always mess up with new hair oils, though.)

Guava Mint Lip Balm (0.15 oz) – Value $2

This smells nice and is pretty moisturizing and I like that the flavor is a little off the beaten path! (This flavor isn’t in their shop but they offer other lip balms so I used the price of those.)


Coffee Scrub (2 oz) – Value $4

Although I don’t like actual coffee, I do like coffee scrubs. What is nice about this one is that it has coffee as the first ingredient. It was a good exfoliator and low on the “shower messiness” scale, which is appreciated. It didn’t leave my skin too oily, either.

Chocolate, Coconut Milk, and Oatmeal Facial Mask (0.3 oz) – Value $1.40

This is a powder mask that you mix with water. I probably could’ve gotten two uses out of it but I didn’t realize that at first. (At least I was sparing with the water this time and got the consistency right!) It smelled wonderful and I think it left my skin with just the right oil balance. (This mask isn’t available in their shop so I used the per-ounce price of some of their other powder facial masks.)


Honey Lavender Soap (3.75 oz) – Value $6

You always get one handmade bar of soap with this subscription. This one smells quite nice and, in general, I find that these do NOT make the shower floor slippery and they also don’t irritate my skin, so I’m happy. (Plus, you know, you don’t end up with so many soaps you don’t know how to use them all, which can happen with multi-soap subscriptions!) This soap scent is exclusive to the box but all their other soaps are priced at $6.

Verdict: I estimated a value of about $23.35 for the September BPure Box. Since some of the items are exclusive to the subscription box, I could be a little off in either direction. However, for an indie bath/body type of subscription box with cruelty-free products, I definitely feel the value is there (those often run a little low so it is nice to see one break even or better). I can (and will) use every single item in the box and I like that you get a little bit of soap but not so much you can never use it up.

What did you think of the September BPure Box? Do you get any soap or bath subscriptions?

Written by Ragan Buckley

Ragan Buckley

Ragan stumbled across My Subscription Addiction in late 2013 and immediately subscribed to way too many beauty boxes. She’s now focused on boxes for her cats and dog, vegan/vegetarian food boxes, and craft subscriptions (and she didn’t give up beauty boxes entirely).
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.

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