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Outlaw Soaps Subscription Box Review – September 2014

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Outlaw Soaps Subscription Box Review - September 2014 Box

Outlaw Soaps is a bi-monthly soap subscription box. Each box has a different outlaw-related theme and includes soaps, as well as a button and some light reading (pamphlets about the featured famous outlaw from history). September’s featured outlaw is Jesse James.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Outlaw Soaps Subscription Box Review - September 2014 Bag

Inside the box, everything was packaged in a burlap bag, which fits well with the theme and is also biodegradable!

Outlaw Soaps Subscription Box Review - September 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Outlaw Soaps Clean Getaway Box

The Cost: $20/bi-monthly + shipping and handling

The Products: 2 bars of soap, a button of the outlaw of the month, product samples from makers related to the month’s theme, and occasional extras.

Ships to: US

Outlaw Soaps Subscription Box Review - September 2014 Info

Outlaw Soaps Subscription Box Review - September 2014 Letter

Outlaw Soaps included lots of information about this month’s theme and products!

Outlaw Soaps Subscription Box Review - September 2014 Panic

Outlaw Soaps includes some extra cards and pamphlets offering facts and trivia about the featured famous outlaw, tidbits about outlaw slang, and also featured Outlaw Soaps customers.

Outlaw Soaps Subscription Box Review - September 2014 Fire

Fire in the Hole Soap Bar – 2.5 oz, value: $4.50

Bunkhouse Stampede Soap Bar – 2.5 oz, value: $4.50

I love the way this Fire in the Hole soap looks just like a flame or explosion. This soap smells like campfire, gunpowder, sage, and whiskey!

Bunkhouse Stampede is made with clove, orange, vanilla, and cinnamon scents. It’s nice, and little bit spicy.

Outlaw Soaps Subscription Box Review - September 2014 Shaving

Jesse James Button

Leather and Sandalwood Shaving Soap – 7 oz (Full Size!), value: $15

This shaving soap works best when used with a shaving brush, but you can use your hands, too.

Verdict: Outlaw Soaps has a very unique and well thought-out vision! I think it has a niche market and from the sounds of things, they have lots of ideas (they even mention playing around with making necklaces out of real.38 bullet casings for the November box)!

What do you think about Outlaw Soaps?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.

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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Soap Boxes have become my new favorite type of box. This box seems fun to me. I like that it is every other month. However I noticed the shipping is high ( at least for me ) over $9 – I’ll stick with sudsey box for now. If the shipping was lower, or the value a little higher I would get it without to much hesitation.

  2. I like the soapbox I am currently receiving, but this is a great themed box. I’m keeping this in the back of my mind for Christmas gifts.

  3. Look at Sudsy Box-good value and variety plus you can buy favs on her website-Think Liz had a code for your first box?

  4. This looks awesome! How creative! I really don’t need any more soaps, but when I run out eventually, I want to sign up for this.

  5. I am so in! This theme is right up my alley. I love smaller soaps rather than a large one taking forever to use up, getting soggy or gross or I just am over it before it’s used up. Do they talk about their ingredients at all? Lastly, I don’t know what a bullet necklace has to do with soap, but I’d probably wear it and find that more useful than a button. Thanks Haley!

    • Men, maybe not. I’ve just returned from their website. It may be only geared toward men. Bacon scent? I just don’t get the obsession. Is excited when I saw a soap quiz. Good, please match me to something other than bacon. I took it twice and it said I was stupid both times and even sent me to a condescending article. I took it a third, giving answers I thought they wanted and BOOM it finally matched me to a soap. What a joke. I must be stupid because I just spent five whole minutes on their website.

    • Tacit – thanks for reading! The bullet necklace is supposed to go along with the Outlaw theme more than the soaps, I think. =] Could be a fun extra!

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