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Satva Natural Beauty Box Review + Coupon – April 2017

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Satva Box is a monthly 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.


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This review is of the Satva Green Beauty, $14.99 a month, box. 


The Subscription Box: Satva Box

FYI: Subscription options have temporarily changed. The $14.99 month to month box is not currently available. Satva Box confirmed that for the next few months, the 3-month subscription will be promoted, as this is their most popular option.

The Cost: $45 + free shipping for a 3-month subscription, $90 + free shipping for a 6-month subscription, or $180 + free shipping for a 12-month subscription.

COUPON: Use code MSA3M to save 10% off your first box with a 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.

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Each month, a detailed info card describing products in the box and their value is included.




Let’s Get Going Dry Face Mask, 26 grams – Value $15.00

This dry mask has key ingredients that consist of organic orange peel powder, organic calendula flowers, white kaolin clay, and pure lemon essential oil. This dry mask mixed well with plain Greek yogurt and a splash of water.  I used my facial brush to apply the mask onto my face which was creamy in texture and smelled of graham crackers. I left the mask on for about 18 minutes, and afterward, my skin felt smooth and soft. I got the idea to use the yogurt from their Granola Goat’s Instagram page.

From the Granola Goat:

Orange peels are a wonderful source of vitamin c and calcium. Not fun to eat, but incredible for feeding your skin. They are also full of anti-oxidants and skin brightening agents. The combination of ingredients in this mask are fabulous for evening out skin tone and producing a healthy glow.

It’s great to mix this mask with water and enjoy the unadulterated benefits from orange peel and calendula, but you’ll get more of a cleansing grains consistency. Try mixing it with soy milk and blackstrap molasses. It’s much smoother than when mixed with just water, and that’s quite handy when you like to leave it on for an hour or so (which is a fab idea). If you want brighter, beautiful skin, let’s get glowing! All our masks and cleansers have a pH of 5.5 when mixed with distilled water.

To use, place 1 – 2 teaspoons of dry mask into a clean bowl. Add an equal amount of liquid, or adjust the amount to your preference and mix. Gently apply to clean skin. Leave for 10-20 minutes, depending on your skin’s needs (sensitive skin should avoid letting the mask completely dry) and rinse off. Use this as a night treatment to avoid problems with photosensitivity. Use once or twice a week. For our best tips on masking, visit this post from our friend, Esha from The Aftr Glow.

Why buy your face masks dry? By mixing your masks as you use them, you avoid the need for preservatives. Using dry masks also gives you the opportunity to choose your liquid – witch hazel, diluted apple cider vinegar, soy milk, orange juice and molasses, chilled herbal tea or plain water are great choices and give you tons of variety from one jar!



Konjac Sponge – Listed Value $8.00

I have used konjac sponges before and loved how clean my skin was and how the sponge picked up all the grime and impurities in my skin. I’m glad to have another one. This sponge is good for those with excessive sebum.



Naked Mojito Scrub, 2 oz. – Value $5.00

This handcrafted natural scrub smells divine. I detected lime, mint, and lemon. I actual saw tiny mint leaves in the jar. The scrub was grainy and left my skin soft. I only wish Satva Box would have sent a larger size instead of 2 ounces.




Sunset’s Kiss Eyeshadow, 3 grams – Value $ 5.99

This coral eyeshadow has pink undertones and is made from mica, titanium dioxide, iron oxide, and tin oxide. It is perfect for those with hazel eyes. This color was not my favorite but may be perfect for those who wear this shade. I may experiment and play around with the shade and see what other colors will coordinate with it.


Sea Kelp & Aloe Bath Soak sample – Value $2.50?

This bath soak consists of baking soda, organic kelp powder, and organic aloe leaf powder. I decided to use this as a foot soak. I had a long day and my feet needed some extra attention. This worked well on my feet and my cracked heels.


Enclosed were coupons for Redeeming Beauty and North West Beauty Works.

Verdict: My April Satva Box has an estimated value of around $36, which is an incredible deal for a $15 box with free shipping. Their boxes get better and better, there is always something that’s new to me, and to see so many products that are useful and have natural ingredients is amazing.

What do you think of the April Satva Box?

Written by Nich Baviera

Nich Baviera

Nichelle has been obsessed with subscription boxes since 2012, when she received an email to subscribe to PopSugar Must Have Box. Since then, she has subscribed to Glossybox, Allure Beauty Box and GoodeBox which is now called GoodeBeing Box. She currently subscribes to: Birchbox, FabFitFun, Essence Beauty Box, PopSugar Must Have Mini Box, and Play! by Sephora. She is an avid admirer of PopSugar, so much so that she had an office tour of their San Francisco headquarters in April of 2015.

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. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. I had been hoping my subscription would start with May when I ordered but this one showed up a few days later! Not a fan of this box, as I seem to be allergic to the Granola Goat, the eyeshadow makes me look a little pink-eye ish and the body scrub is too small to be useful and I make my own anyway I’m hoping that next month’s will be better. It seems promising even if this month’s was a miss for me. I can see that it might be good?

  2. I think I might try this one. It’s reasonable and the reviews always seem good!

  3. I have been watching this subscription for awhile now, you are right about it getting better and better. I had to cancel my Good Being box because I just don’t have the funds. I was considering this because of the lower price and that I only like to use natural products. Going to the 3 month only subscriptions has sadly put it out of my price range. 🙁

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