The Clean Beauty Box by Art of Organics Review + Coupon- October 2016
Clean Beauty Box is a monthly themed assortment of organic beauty items from Art of Organics.
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: Clean Beauty Box
The Cost: $38 a month (free shipping to contiguous states – $10 shipping to Hawaii and Alaska)
COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with code MSA10
The Products: 2-4 full sized organic, natural and cruelty-free beauty items
Ships to: US and Canada
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Each box comes with a booklet detailing the month’s products and prices. I loved the booklet this month which was printed on shiny heavy cardstock with a beautiful fruit-themed print. Art of Organics partnered with Good Life this month on the Clean Beauty Box.
Good Life founder Leah Kirpalani was battling a chronic health illness in her 20’s and began implementing game-changing lifestyle and diet changes to help heal her body. She is now a health and lifestyle coach who firmly believes the foods we eat and the beauty products we use have a profound effect on our health. The products this month were picked with the purpose of nurturing our skin and bodies from the outside-in!
This month’s Clean Beauty Box was different because instead of their usual white box with a floral paper wrap everything was packed in a reusable canvas pouch. The pouch is lined making it easy to wipe up spills.
Osmia Honey Myrrh Lip Repair (0.28 oz.) – Value $22.00
This glass pot of lip balm is made with organic Manuka honey and myrrh extract. It’s incredibly healing for dry, chapped lips. I’ve been using this each night at bedtime since receiving my box and it’s working fabulously to heal my flaking lips. This balm has great staying power too.
One Love Organics Oh Mega Calming Chia Seed Oil (1 oz.) – $49.00
I’ve been a huge fan of One Love Organics ever since discovering their Gardenia Antioxidant Body Serum in subscription boxes. This is my first time trying their Calming Chia Oil and I love the blend of chia, aloe, shea and lavender. It absorbs quickly, has a very calming scent and leaves my skin moisturized all day long. I’ve been applying this in the morning right when I step out of the shower and my skin is still warm and damp. By the time I’m ready to apply my make-up it has absorbed nicely and gives my skin a subtle glow.
Graydon Clinical Luxury Face Food (3.38 oz.) – $32.00 USD
This unscented mineral formula is meant to be sprayed onto a clean, dry face right after applying your moisturizer or serum. It contains copper to aid in collagen production, silver to kill bacteria and neutralize sodium-flouride found in the water which we use to wash our face, zinc to decrease inflammation and magnesium to help combat skin allergies. The mist of the spray is nice and fine which I like. I’m also happy it unscented so it doesn’t compete with the scent of my facial serum. I did notice a decrease in redness upon using this mist.
Verdict: I loved this month’s collaboration with Good Life! Clean Beauty Box always delivers effective, full-size luxury products that you didn’t realize you couldn’t live without, until you have them in your hands. I’m never disappointed with their curation. This month’s value is $103 which is outstanding for a $38 box (and I’m not even counting the value of the canvas pouch). I’m excited to see November’s box (I already know the theme is Grace) and see which new brands and products I’ll get to try!
What do you think of this month’s Clean Beauty Box? Which product was your favorite?