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Bath Butlers Subscription Box Review + Coupon- December 2016

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Bath Butlers is a monthly luxury bath subscription box. Each box contains enough items to see you through four dreamy bath experiences.

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The people behind the box seek to celebrate “me” time with at least 5 spa-inspired products each month.

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.)

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The Subscription Box: Bath Butlers

The Cost: $29.00 per monthly box (Plus Shipping). You can also choose from a 3 month prepay plan for $82.00 ($27.33 per box) or a 6 month prepay plan for $160.00 ($26.67 per box)

COUPON: Use code MSA10 to save 10% off your first box!

The Products: At least 5 spa-inspired bath products

Ships to: U.S. only

Check out the Beauty Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Bath Butlers to your subscription list or wishlist!

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Time for some holiday fun in the tub! I like that they include instructions on how to enjoy each item in your bath experience.

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Here’s a list of all the products included, which is on the back of the card.

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2 Packs Tini Me! Bath Soak – Value $7.98

These packages each contain 2 mini bath bombs. I like that the bag refers to each bomb as “scoops” of bath “ice cream”.

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The bombs themselves are pretty heavy for their golf ball size. I got a good amount of fizz and fragrance from using just one in my tub, but if you wanted something really luxurious, I’d recommend two.

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Each bomb is wrapped in plastic, too. A little excess packaging? Eh, not my favorite thing. But I did like the dessert-sweet pomegranate scent.

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Glamorous Holiday Votive by Tyler Candles – Value $2.50

You can’t have a fancy bath experience without a little candlelight. If the name wasn’t glamorous enough, this candle comes inside a leopard-print box!

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The candle is bright holly red, but the scent is anything but traditional “holiday”. It’s a really complex scent that seems to incorporate every holiday aroma you’d expect, but in a new, lovely way. It’s a little spicy, smooth like vanilla, sweet like cranberry… it’s hard to explain, but I promise, it’s awesome!

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Votive Holder – Value $1.00?

There’s a votive holder in the box to pair with the candle, too! It wasn’t listed, so it’s a bit of a surprise, but Bath Butlers confirmed all subscribers received one. I like that there are little-dappled holes in the silver finish of the votive holder. It helps make the light feel even more magical.

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It’s gold on the inside, too. You don’t notice this element as much, of course, but it’s very pretty!

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Lovely!

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Vanilla Bean Goat Milk Lotion, 4 oz. – Value $4.95

When you’re done with your bath, you can use this lotion to keep your skin feeling moist and smooth. I’ve never tried goat milk products before, so I was excited to try it out!

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The color is sort of a unique lilac beige. The formula is more fluid than normal lotions, and it smells like fresh vanilla yogurt (in the best possible way). It wasn’t as rich as other lotions I’ve tried, but it soaked in quickly and left my hands feeling soft if not deeply moisturized.

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Etiquette Bubble Bath in Sweet Vanilla – Value $6.00

Hair Tie – Value $1.00?

I’m a big fan of vanilla, so I was happy to see this vanilla bubble bath in the box. It’s not an overwhelming scent—just enough to enjoy.

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The formula is from a smaller Etsy maker, too, which I appreciate. It’s full of natural ingredients and no added colorants.

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There’s a thick hair tie in the box, too. My hair is super short, so I won’t need it! But if you’ve got long hair you don’t want dipping into your bath water, then this is pretty handy to have.

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Spongelle in Pomegranate – Value $8.99

The last product in the box is also the most unique, in my opinion. This sponge is shaped like an ornament, which actually makes it very comfortable to hold and scrub against your body. It’s already infused with skin-friendly goodies, so you just get it damp and scrub away.

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This sponge was barely abrasive, so it left my skin feeling soft and clean—not raw or overworked. Also, check it out—not tested on animals! Hooray!

Verdict: I thought this was a fun box! The items were familiar enough (bath bombs, a cute candle) but with subtle twists that made them special. The products in the box were a little over $32.00, which is just above the $29.00 price. I like that this box gives you everything you’d need for a month’s worth of baths while introducing you to out-of-the-ordinary products.

Do you think you’ll subscribe to Bath Butlers?

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

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.

8 Comments

  1. I love the idea of this but the price needs to go down or the value would need to significantly increase before I would subscribe to this. A $29 box with a $32 value just won’t cut it with all the sub options these days.

    • I don’t think they are offering a discount box so I think the price is actually really great! The value is in the convenience of having a bath experience delivered to you monthly…I’ll always pay for convenience which is the selling factor of several sub boxes (like Blue Apron for example). This comes out to less then $10 per bath for an at home luxury experience…I’d pay for that! I guess it comes down to how you personally spend your money. Looking into it soon & excited about discovering new products that are commercially made specifically for bath (not a box of homemade products) and not beauty like other boxes.

  2. I was all set to get a 3 month sub until it tacked on another $15 for shipping. Nope.

  3. I am from Tyler. Nice to see a local product in a box!

  4. Count me in! I’ve been waiting for a bath box as nice as this one. Luxury is key! Ordering now & thanks for the discount.

  5. What a cool idea! I’m still considering, since the price is a little high for 4 baths, but I’m still tempted!

  6. I LOVE Tyler Candles. They are made in the town my dad lives (Tyler, TX) All of the scents smell sooooo good. I’ve never seen their products in a sub box, so I am excited about this! Will definitely look into this box 🙂

  7. This seems like a pretty nicely curated box. I will definitely keep an eye on this, as I can see myself enjoying this sub!

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