Indigo Beaux Subscription Box Review – October 2016

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Indigo Beaux is a new beauty and spa inspired subscription box. Each month they send you makeup, beauty items, and relaxation items like tea and spa items.


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: Indigo Beaux

The Cost: $65.99

The Products: Indigo Beaux sends you body, home, and beauty items sent to you every month. They hand pick 4-5 full-size products every month, including moisturizers, serums, foundations, eye and lip products – most of which are cruelty-free. 2% of their profit supports the RAINN organization to empower men and women and protect them against sexual violence.

Ships to: Worldwide! (shipping is free to the US)

Check out all of our Indigo Beaux reviews!


Each box comes with a card detailing the items included.


This month’s theme is “Treat Yourself.”


Beekman 1802 Honey and Orange Bath Salts – Value $45

This packaging!!


So gorgeous! And the actual bath salts are lovely, too. The Honey & Orange Blossom formula has a sweet, citrus scent.


L. Erickson Grab & Go Pony Tube – Value $18


These ponytail holders are metal-free, and they look pretty cute on your wrist, too!

(I seem to always be running out of hair elastics, so I’m thrilled to get such a large stack!)


Kevyn Aucoin The Precision Liquid Liner – Value $34


While there are a lot of eyeliners in subscription boxes, getting anything from the Kevyn Aucoin brand is always a treat!

This liner definitely delivers the precision and pigment you want in a liquid felt tip liner. Here it is swatched:



Indie Lee Blemish Stick – Value $28


This formula goes on clear and absorbs almost instantly, so you could easily wear this under makeup.


Ms. Soho Black Extract Nose Purifier – Value $22


I LOVE my Biore Pore Strips, but I’m always open to finding a paraben-free version, so I was excited to try these.

Aside from putting them on your nose, these are nothing like Biore strips, though! They are a gel mask (similar to eye gels), and they don’t harden as you wear them. Instead, you wear one a day for 20-30 minutes and repeat for the following 2 days. I can’t say I noticed a huge difference in my pores after using these, but I am also likely spoiled by the instant gratification from Biore!


Verdict: This box has a value of about $147. The value is getting better every month for this $65.99 luxury box! This might be my favorite box from Indigo Beaux yet – they definitely delivered on the Treat Yourself theme!

What do you think of the October Indigo Beaux 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!

Posted in Indigo Beaux Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: Indigo Beaux | 3 comments


  1. If we subscribe now will we get this box?

  2. I love the packaging Beekman 1802 has been doing with the two products they’ve included in the Indigo Beaux boxes. I wish they would include packaging like that in their quarterly box. Also, thanks for showing pics of the nose purifiers. I’ve seen other reviews of the October box, but you’re the first to show what’s actually inside that black pouch! The suspense is finally over. 🙂

    I’ve been eyeing this box since it first came out, but have held out since I quit paying for subs (other than Play) earlier this year. However, this box is on my list of boxes to subscribe to next year, so I already can’t wait for the January box!

  3. This box always looks so amazing!!! If only I didn’t have so much stock already and could afford a $65/month beauty box, this would totally be it!

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