French Box Subscription Review – December 2014
French Box is a new subscription box that sends you a box of France each month.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The packaging is some of the best I’ve ever seen from a subscription box. I love the tiny Eiffel Towers on the inside of the lid!
The Subscription Box: French Box
The Cost: $24 a month
The Products: Each box contains 5 products from French brands: fashion, cosmetics, gourmet and others surprises! FrenchBox is the best way to discover or share the latest products from France.
Ships to: US only.
Delivered via: USPS
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Each box comes with an illustrated oversized postcard.
And a fold out card detailing the items included.
Headband – Value $9 (?)
I like this headband – it’s a basic black braid, and not too tight on my head. I think the retail value listed on the card is a little high though.
The headband also came with a tutorial on how to do a french hairstyle with it:
French Factory Delicacies – Value $6
FrenchBox Christmas Tree Ornament – Value $6
These french sweets include: almond biscuits, anise biscuits, calissons, and sesame seed nougats. No ingredients were included, so I’m just guessing I can’t eat any of it.
I think it is cute that they included a branded ornament, and it goes well with our tree which is mostly gold ornaments. (This is a plastic ornament).
L’Atelier Du Maquillage Eyebrow Maintenance Kit – Value $44
This kit is my favorite part of the box~ It has tweezers, eyebrow gel, an eyebrow brush, eyebrow stencils, plush two shades of eyebrow powder and a brush to apply them. I unfortunately received the blond shade which is a little too light for my brows, but everything else in the kit works great for me.
Mauboussin Perfume – Value $1
Les Notes de Lanvin Body Lotion – Value $24
While I’m never too excited about perfume samples, I love that this lotion is full sized. It’s paraben, phthalate, and artiifical dye free, and a good lightweight consistency. (Based on the info card, I’m guessing their will be a variety of scents sent to subscribers).
Verdict: Based on the retail values, this box has a value of about $90 – great for a $24 box. I will use almost all if the items, so I’m happy. What did you think of French Box this month?