Satva Natural Beauty Box Review + Coupon – January 2017
Satva Box is a new subscription box whose “goal is to provide an affordable way to discover the best natural beauty products.” Satva means Pure in Sanskirt. Choose between the Satva Box green beauty option and the Satva Vegan Box.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes)
This review is of the Satva Green Beauty, $14.99 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: Satva Box
The Cost: $14.99 a month + free shipping, $44.97 ($14.99 a box) + free shipping for a 3-month subscription, and $89.94 ($14.99 a box) + free shipping for a 6-month subscription
COUPON: Use code SATVA3M to save 10% off your 3-month subscription!
The Products: Satva Box sends four all-natural beauty products which are “free of Parabens and harsh chemicals.” The products will be a combination of sample size, deluxe size and on occasion, a full-size product.
Ships to: U.S. Boxes ship between the 15th – 20th.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Each box includes a card detailing the products for the month.
Sandalwood and Saffron Face Mask, 0.2 oz. – Value $4.44
This all natural face mask packs a punch with essential ingredients that assist in a healthy skin routine. Skin Yoga states that the mask “reverses the aging process and gradually remove wrinkles and dark spots”. The ingredients include sandalwood, used for treating wrinkles, saffron to prevent hyperpigmentation, and walnut to boost skin circulation. I received 0.2 oz. of this mask, which values a little over $4.00 based on Skin Yoga’s site. This is quite a bit lower than what’s listed on the Satva info card.
The mask includes these directions. I mixed a small amount of water and about a teaspoon of the product until it created a paste consistency. I left the mask on my face for three minutes and after rinsing it off, my face felt smooth and tight. I look forward to continuing this mask and assisting me in my anti-aging routine. Also, the packaging is super cute and creative!
Organic Bulgarian Lavender & Rose Sugar Scrub, 2 oz.? – Listed Value $7.50
This sugar scrub engulfed my senses and gently exfoliated my skin. It is handmade in small batches in Hawaii and is 100% organic. I applied the sugar scrub to my face and body, paying special attention to my elbows and heels. It was gritty and not abrasive on my face and it worked well exfoliating my body. Also, the product will settle and harden, so stir well before using.
Additional information about Sarah’s Sweet Scrubs was included, along with a free gift coupon.
GoW Lavender After Bath Conditioning Oil – Value $4.90
This conditioning oil has a variety of essential oils and is meant to condition and lock in moisture after showering or bathing. I applied the oil after my shower and realized the oil is in a pump form not spray. I pumped the oil onto my skin and gently massaged it on. I enjoyed the calming effects from the mixture of oils.
GoW Heal My Heels Foot Balm, 1.2 oz. -Value $5.00
This is another product from Garden of Wisdom and more essentials oils to “heal my heels”. The foot balm was a tad greasy because I used more than was directed, so a little amount goes a long way. The balm is “anti-bacterial, healing, anti-septic and anti-fungal” and absorbed well into my skin. I remembered when I used the balm a second time to apply less as I did before, and it was a much better amount. The balm smelled of menthol and eucalyptus and overall I enjoyed the product.
Verdict: My January Satva Box has a value of $21.84, which is good for the $14.99 a month cost. I was definitely able to tackle my dry skin brought on by the winter weather with an array of beauty products to heal my skin from this month’s box. I’m loving the scent from the Organic Bulgarian Lavender & Rose Sugar Scrub – it calmed my senses. And the Sandalwood Saffron Face Mask is my new favorite – anything that targets wrinkles and helps me look young, I’m trying. This is a great box that targeted my face and body!
What do you think of the January Satva Box?