Goodbeing Box Subscription Review – April 2017
Good Being box is a natural and organic beauty box. Each month you’ll receive a box customized to your beauty profile. (This is a box that will have some variation between subscribers.)
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Good Being Box
The Cost: $21 a month
The Products: Eco-friendly beauty and wellness products.
Ships to: US only.
Every box comes with cards detailing each product.
Now, onto the items!
Londontown Lakur Nail Polish in Tea Time – Value $16
Each month, you get to pick to of your samples, and this was my first selection. (I’ve sampled this nail polish brand a few times lately thanks to subscription boxes and I love the formula!)
Tea Time is a sheer, high-shine beige. It’s the perfect neutral nail color for my skin tone. Here it is on:
(That’s with two coats.)
HUM Nutrition Raw Beauty Green Superfood Powder (3 packets) – Value $5
This was my second pick. (I actually use this powder regularly, but decided to pick up some travel packets since none of the other sample options caught my eye this month.)
This green superfood powder is designed to “help boost energy and metabolism while creating radiant skin.” It also includes probiotics and is free of gluten, soy, GMOs, artificial colors/flavors, etc.
You can blend this powder with water, milk, juice, or a smoothie. I blend it with water, a splash of coconut milk and my collagen powder. The subtle mint chocolate flavor works for me. It’s not too sweet, but I have no problem finishing the glass each morning.
FYI – HUM also has their own subscription, and you get 25% off when you order 3 or more items a month, and you can use coupon code HUM10 and referral code 1180A6 to save a total of $20 off your first order of $29 or more!
This lip balm has a subtle peppermint scent, and it provides a lot of moisture and a little sheen.
Good Medicine Purity Perfectly Clear Skin Tonic – 1 oz Value $18
This tonic has “anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antiseptic qualities quickly reduce acne flareups and rebalance excess oil and sebum production.” It has a minty scent and a cooling feel – it left my skin feeling clean and fresh.
Noctua Diem Orange + Neroli Balancing Face Mist – 2 oz Value $10
This face mist is light and refreshing with a fine spray. It’s great on clean skin, or as a makeup refresher, too!
Verdict: This box has a value of about $52. I think that is good for a $21 natural beauty box, especially when you consider that Good Being lets you pick two of your samples every month. (My two selected samples have a $21 value, so in a way everything else is just bonus!)
What do you think of the April Good Being Box? Which products did you pick this month?