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What Subscription Boxes Do You Want to See Us Review in 2016?

Liz Cadman
ByLiz CadmanJan 20, 2016 | 149 comments

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I'd love your help! Please let me know in the comments what subscription boxes you'd like to see reviewed on My Subscription Addiction! This can include boxes we haven't reviewed yet, boxes we haven't reviewed in awhile, or even just a genre of boxes you'd like to see more reviews for!

Thanks for your help!!

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!

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149 comments

Pamela

The new Finer Things Box (which I hope improves after the first box), Beekman 1802 beauty box and Lit Cube is coming out with a new travel box at the end of Feb, not sure of the name.

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Regan

NorseBox. It’s a new Scandinavian home design box

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Flubs

Handmade Cartel!

People on here seem to love organic products, “great value” curations and (supposedly) supporting women of color so this box is a good choice that fits all of those qualifications!

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Alicia

I would love to see:
-Grrlbox @cratejoy (PMS Fairy)
-BeautyCon
-LYFNow (love yourself first now) age 14+
-Globein (Gifts from around the world, hand made, unique, support small businesses)

Thank you!!!

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Regan

Doogyloot has several subs that I would like to hear about: toy, treat and chew. One item versus whole box of dog stuff. Thanks

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botsy

I would love to see redbird vintage given a review! I am personally fascinated by vintage- styled times and I would definitely want to see what actually goes into a box before I commit to it!

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Tonya R

Woudl love to see Beauty Joy Box, Bonjour Jolie, Stick in a Box and the Austin Bat Box!!

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Jillian

I’d love to see FanMail 🙂

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Melissa J

Would absolutely LOVE to see Kawaii Box, Doki Doki Crate, Kawaii Surprise, Kawaii Monthly, and any other “cute” boxes, Poke Crate, Japanese, Korean, and anime themed boxes!
Also really want to see ibBeautiful, Boodle Box, PoshPak, and any and all other tween & teen boxes – but in all the versions. IE: a review of each version of the box (for boxes that have different age options). That’s most important to me in deciding which box to get, when your child is on the cusp of the age groups. Most sites only review one version of these boxes, you’d stand out by showing all the versions!
Doodle and Tinker boxes as well as any other older kid art & craft boxes would be great too.
Spiritually inspiring boxes like Sapphire Soul, Goddess Provisions, and all the others you can find!!
More globally inspired boxes, if there are any more out there, esp ones that are fair trade or are somehow charitable.
And all the non-mainstream boxes possible!!! Indie boxes, like Fortune Cookie Soap, Rainbow Honey… And not just beauty ones- there are SO many Indie boxes that need to be seen! The big popular boxes are reviewed all over the web. People can get those reviews anywhere. How about the lesser known boxes, they need a chance too. Could be really fun, as you might find some really wacky subs, haha. Plus the ones that are super esoteric could be fabulous because you’d be opening people’s eyes to new things, introducing people to things they’d never even considered before!

PS If you find yourself in need of more reviewers, please let me know how one can “apply” for such a position! I’d love to discuss further with you.

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Laura B.

Specific FITNESS BOXES I would love to see reviewed ( I can’t buy all this and then be disappointed):

-Athletic Foodie

– Buff Box

– The FEED starter box

–Foxy Boxes

–Her Fitness Box ( based in Australia, ships to US)

-Pretty Fit

-Spartan Carton

– Strength Crate

Note: Some of these appear to be geared to women’s fitness and health. ( Such as Pretty Fit, Foxy Boxes and a few more.)
They would be my top choices to see reviewed, as I don’t know any man who subscribes to a fitness sub box- my hubby won’t touch something out of a subscription box. IDK why. Men are weird sometimes).

Thanks for reading.

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Lauren

The Baby Guy Box

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Jerilynn

I would like to,see french box again. They are a reasonable alternative to luxe provence and oui please and have been improving.

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Laura B.

Since my goals for 2016 are fitness and weight loss, which are both progressing very well, I’d like to add some sub boxes which are truly beneficial and not filled with one time use foil packets and a bunch of coupons. At one time KlutchClub was a great box, then it turned into something else and wasn’t great.

IF you and your staff find really good Fitness boxes, even if they are in the price range of the Pop Sugar Fitness box, if they have high quality, full sized items, I’d subscribe in a heartbeat.

My diet is pre-packaged frozen food, and quite good. I think some things like low calorie, low carb. high protein foods and things like shakes and anything natural except those thermogenic products ( quackery and unsafe- I am a nurse).

One last comment- I spent a year with Korean skin care boxes, with over 100 Memeboxes purchased, as well as 3B, Beauteque, and BCDation, and honestly, I’ve recently gone back to Paula’s Choice skin care because I KNOW WHAT THE INGREDIENTS ARE!!!
When dealing with K- beauty boxes, most of the time, there is no English labeling on the product and it’s impossible to know what is going on the face, the eyes, whatever. I just wanted to give you an honest opinion because when I did find a label in English for a highly touted calming skin gel, the main ingredient is a product used as a BLUE DYE in the USA .

IF you take this project on, please proceed with care. It is a FAD, that’s all, and my skin is feeling so much calmer and more moisturized, and looking so much better consistently with Paula’s Choice, which as far as I know, is only available from her website online.

There is no magic in snail slime, broccoli toner, or the K beauty consistanly high pH cleansers. ( Korean ladies want their cleansers to foam quite a lot and this means a much higher pH than is beneficial for the skin’s acid mantle, regardless of skin type).

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mimiretz

You can get some Paula’s Choice items at Birchbox.

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Laura B.

Thanks for the tip. I’m hoping it will help others discover the beautiful skin we have underneath all the useless products we sometimes use. 🙂
I just closed out my last Birchbox account because, well, of all the useless products I was putting on my skin. Ha.

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Saima

I would love to see Luxor petite, since I drool over the reviews of regular one but can’t afford it :). Also beekman 1802.

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Kim

I second Glowing Beets – have been very impressed with them! Also Pearlesque.

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Ang

I would to see true nort co backcountry box. Some of the nonmainstream boxes.

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Carol

LLB & LLB Serendipity…. they have fully redeemed themselves with the last go rounds! Extremely impressed – with the quality, variety, curating and also with their responsiveness / customer service now. Truly best boxes that I receive…..

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Amanda

Home decor
Cards / Stationary / Paper Products
Fitness

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nana

I would love it if you could get a teen girl to review teen & tween oriented boxes from their perspective. I know there are tons of unboxing videos, but I don’t like watching videos but I’m always interested in boxes to try for my girls. It’d have to be someone who can give an honest review, though, not someone who likes everything.

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Heidi

I will volunteer Emmy for this. She would enjoy it and she is brutally honest about everything. She likes being unique and one day you’ll see her in a dress, the next day in Hot Topic head to toe, wearing 2 pairs of suspenders.
She currently gets Bonjour Jolie, Loot Crate, and, if it ever comes in, Loot Crate Anime.
It will give her something to do between doctor appointments and treatments. I think I could use it as part of her writing curriculum too. Let me know if you would like her to write a mock-up review 🙂

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Allie

Boodle box, Sports-crate, and Little Lace Box

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Stacey brucale

I’d love to see you review The Bookish Box! It’s from Appraising Pages and looks fabulous!

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SarahFrances

Liz does review the Bookish Box. (I finally bit the bullet and signed up for February. I’m looking forward to it.)

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vikkiruth

Would fully understand if you still want to stay clear of Little Lace Box and it’s little sister, Serendipity. Hoping we can let bygones be bygones though; Serendipity is one of the very best subs out there. Also would like to see Snakku reviewed. It’s a Japanese snack box that comes wrapped furoshiki-style. Art Snacks was reviewed here a few time, love that one. And EggDrop, a great little sub for kids. Thanks for all you do, Liz!

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Frances shanks

Horror block!

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Sara

I just ran across something called Sugar Cube and I’d love to see a Korean or Asian beauty box reviewed. I’m obsessed with those!!!

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Rachel

Liz lovely cookies

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