Luxor Box Subscription Box Review – March 2017
Luxor Box is a luxe subscription box for women that includes beauty, home, jewelry, accessory items and more.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Luxor Box
The Cost: $139 to the US, $169 to Canada (Ships every other month)
The Products: Every-other-month we curate a selection of five to seven full-size, hand-picked, products with a value of $250+ per delivery. Our surprise selections will range from high-end spa products, top-shelf beauty products, jewelry, apparel, home accessories and unique treasures from around the world.
Ships to: US and Canada
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This box comes with an individual card detailing each item. First up:
Eddie Borgo Plinth Silver Cuff – Value $225
This silver bracelet measures 2.5 inches across at its widest point.
It opens at the front with a hatch:
(I had to use a little more force than I expected I needed to open this!)
Here it is on:
It’s smaller than some bangles I’ve received from Luxor Box, so I appreciate that they shared this item as the spoiler up front – it may not fit everyone.
Tilo Urban Graphic Scarf – Value $175
(Subscribers will receive one of five variations.)
This scarf is 90% modal, 10% cashmere, and it is stunning!
I love the pattern and muted fall colors. And the fabric is so lightweight and sheer – it won’t add any bulk.
(I still have my Tilo scarf from the September 2014 POPSUGAR Must Have Box, too!)
As you can see from the weave, it is a somewhat sheer fabric.
Rosanna Foodie Cruet Olia D’Oliva – Value $30
Rosanna packaging is always so pretty! This would be perfect to gift if you didn’t want to keep it for yourself.
This is a ceramic olive oil bottle with silver and gold accents. (Handwash recommended.)
The top is a removable cork. And it comes with a matching dipping dish set:
Rosanna Foodie Dipping Dish Set – Value $42
These dishes measure about 4 inches across (about the same size of a coaster), and they have enough depth to be perfect for dipping bread into your own olive oil blend.
Again, these are porcelain and hand wash recommended.
Sunshine Botanicals Pumpkin Power Peel System – Value $98
This set is designed to give you similar results to a chemical peel with natural ingredients.
Their products are completely free of parabens, petrochemicals, fragrance, phthalates, and chemical preservatives. (And no animal testing.)
This set is a 3-step process. First, you apply this Pre-Peel Prep cleanser to your skin and massage for 1 minute before rinsing. It has a really refreshing minty scent and it is a creamy, gentle, cleanser.
Next up, the peel!
This smells like pumpkin pie! I love it! You also get a brush to apply the mask:
You leave this mask on for a max of 4 minutes, then remove with lots of cold water. I experienced a slight stinging sensation (that’s expected), and I recommend spot testing this before applying it to your whole face.
After removing the peel, you apply the Post Peel Serum. I loved this step. It seemed to help with any slight irritation immediately.
I can’t say I notice any difference in my skin yet, but this set is supposed to be used 1-2 times a week for several weeks, so I’m hoping to see results over time.
Verdict: This box has a retail value of about $570. I think that value is great for a luxe box! And this is one of my favorite Luxor Boxes to date. The products are more my style than some previous boxes, and I’m happy to see some new brands in this box, too.
What do you think of the March 2017 Luxor Box? What was your favorite item in the box?