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Sisley Paris Beauty Subscription Box Review – October 2017

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The Sisley Paris Beauty Subscription box is a new beauty subscription box from Sisley Paris! Each month you’ll receive 5 Sisley Paris beauty samples.

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: Sisley Paris Beauty Subscription

The Cost: $10 a month (pay upfront 6 months for $60)

The Products: 5 Sisley Paris samples every month.

Ships to: US

Check out all of our Sisley Paris Beauty Box reviews and our Beauty Subscription Boxes for similar boxes!

 

Sisley Essential Skincare Lotion – .5 oz Value $18.50

This sample container makes it a little difficult to dispense the lotion, but it isn’t a foil packet, so I really shouldn’t complain! This lotion is SO lightweight – it’s like a cream/gel hybrid. It absorbs almost instantly, too. You use this on clean skin both morning and night to add instant hydration to your skin. And it works!

Sisley L’Integral Eye & Lip Contour Cream – .05 oz Value $25.20

This formula is designed to treat wrinkles, firmness, puffiness and dark circles. It’s a rich cream, so you only need the tiniest bit, and the tube is completely full, so I think I can make this sample last for a week or two!

Sisley Anti-Aging Concentrate Firming Body Care – .05 oz Value $50.25

Wow! A fifty dollar sample! This is formulated to address problems relating to skin aging, including cellulite, slackening, fine lines, and dehydration, all over your entire body.

Sadly, you need four weeks to see results, so I can’t confirm that this will help with cellulite, but if anyone has tried it and had success, please let us know. (I feel like I’m on a never-ending quest to find a cellulite destroyer!)

And I should mention that I really like this formula. It has a light, lavender scent, and the lotion isn’t greasy at all.

Sisley Daily Line Reducer – .06 oz Value $24.30

Did you ever think you’d see a $23 foil sample? Crazy! This is a barely-there serum that absorbs almost immediately and it has the same light lavender scent as the body concentrate. It’s designed to work on all types of facial lines (frown lines, crow’s feet and furrow lines).

Sisley Le Teint in 2.R Organza – .05 oz Value $8.50

I became a Sisley foundation convert after trying the Phyto-Teint in this subscription, so I was interested in seeing how this one performed.

In general, this foundation felt similar to my beloved Phyto-Teint in that it doesn’t look like you are wearing foundation. (And this one has added anti-aging benefits, too.) I couldn’t build the coverage to the same level as Phyto-Teint, though, so at least my makeup expenses aren’t increasing even more!

Verdict: This box has a value of about $126.75! That’s great for a $10 box! The only warning I have is that if you fall in love with a product, it’s going to be pricey!

If you’re interested in this subscription, I’d recommend signing up for a second (or even third) subscription so that you can have a lot of time to test out the samples and see if they work magic on your skin.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. Your first box would be November.

Coupon – No coupons for this subscription.

What do you think of the October Sisley Paris Beauty Subscription Box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

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 was on the Costco website last week and they had several Sisley full size items for sale. I am not a member so I could not access the price but coming from Costco it should be less.

  2. I have three of this sub already. Next year, I will cancel my FFF and Allure so I can add a few more of this sub 😅

  3. Found a couple things through thhis sub that I *almost* can’t live without (Doube Tenseur and Phyto-Teint).

  4. Another wonderful box! I only have two of this sub but I’m about to sign up for a third and drop a few of my other beauty subs. These products consistently work well for my 53 year old skin. The samples are extremely small but if you cut open the tubes you can usually get 1-2 weeks use. I love the fresh, lavender scent of many of the products. Most are very hydrating but not greasy although I’m not sure my oily/combination skin of my 20’s and 30’s would have tolerated these products as well as my aging, 50 year skin does now.

    • Gilt and Rue La la have sales on Sisley all the time if you wanted to get the full sizes. Some of the super expensive products are 200-300 dollars off. That lip and eye contour is $99 on Gilt now btw.

      • Thank you for the info. I’ll definitely check out those sites. I’ve only purchased a few full size items so far because they are pricey.

      • Oh Dang! I paid full price for that lip and eye countour cream! Well, I did get a free Sisley facial at the store as well when I bought it so that does add value.

        • If it makes you feel better I was wrong about the price. Sorry lol. There are about 5 or so eye and lip creams on Gilt right now but it’s not this one that was reviewed. There is one for $99 though, and a phyto Teint compact for $75 that another commentor mentioned, but only one medium color.

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