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Kloverbox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2017

Anna Reilly
ByAnna ReillyJun 23, 2017 | 7 comments

Check out my review of the June 2017 Kloverbox!

Kloverbox is a natural and organic beauty and lifestyle subscription box. According to Kloverbox, every month you’ll receive a sampling of "the best natural, cruelty-free and organic beauty, lifestyle, nutrition and healthy home products."

Check out my review of the June 2017 Kloverbox!

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Check out my review of the June 2017 Kloverbox!

The Subscription Box: Kloverbox

The Cost: $25 a month (less if you sign up for multiple months up front) + free shipping

COUPON: Use coupon code MSA10 to save 10% off your first box!

The Products: Eco-friendly beauty and lifestyle products.

Ships to: U.S.

Check out all of our KloverBox reviews! And the Best Beauty Subscription Boxes of 2016!

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Kloverbox lists out all of the products in the box on this card. I think that having this context and these extra details about the products helps make the experience feel more curated. And the discount codes don't hurt, either!

Check out my review of the June 2017 Kloverbox!

Cultivar Skincare Organic Restorative Body Oil, 4 oz - Value $48.00

I've been getting really into using oils as moisturizers and even cleansers lately, so I was happy to try this unique blend.

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This organic, cruelty-free, vegan potion is a mix of nourishing plant oils that bring moisture back to your skin. Meanwhile, the herbaceous scents of rose, ylang-ylang, black pepper, and something called "muhuhu", which I'd never heard of before, provide an aromatherapeutic element. The scent is almost like a calming lavender candle, but with bolder, more exotic scents. It felt gorgeous soaking into my hands and didn't leave any residue or stickiness like lotions can. The box suggests adding some to a bath, which sounds super relaxing.

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Z Skin Simply Organic Sunblock, SPF 45, 2 fl oz - Value $18.95

I was literally just asking a friend whether a great organic alternative to drugstore sunblocks existed! I'm so happy to have found this product! I'm very fair-skinned and burn easily, so I can barely go anywhere without applying sunscreen at least to my face. I love that this formula is really lightweight and leaves my skin feeling soft and clean, rather than covered in a thin film of residue. And the scent is minty and fresh, rather than chemical-ish. Even better, citronella is an ingredient, meaning this sunscreen doubles as an insect repellent!

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PureSol Konjac Facial Sponge in Turmeric - Value $9.29 (available for purchase on Amazon)

I've read about the skin cleansing, pH balancing, exfoliating benefits of konjac sponges on a bunch of beauty blogs. What they didn't mention was that this little sponge is awfully stinky—it's got a weird, pet store scent about it that I didn't expect! But it is delightfully easy to use and comfortable to hold and manipulate.

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The best part of this all-natural sponge is that you need zero cleaner when you use it. Instead, its natural oils bring nourishment to your face.

Check out my review of the June 2017 Kloverbox!

The sponge fits in the palm of my hand, so it's easy to squish into the corners of my nose and face. I also appreciate that they attached a little string and included a suction cup for keeping it safe and dry in the bathroom!

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Patience Fruit and Co Dried Cranberries, 1 oz - Value $1.00 (Buy a 30 count box for $29.99 on Amazon)

I'll admit that I'm not a big dried berries (nor raisins, nor anything like that) fan, so I wasn't over the moon that this was the final item in the box.

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Still, these natural, organic berries were succulent and sweet and would probably be delicious in a trail mix or summery salad. They may not be up my alley, but maybe I'll recommend this brand to a berry-loving friend of mine!

Verdict: I really liked this month's Kloverbox! The box only costs $25.00 per month (with free shipping), but I found about $77.00 worth of products inside. Most of that value comes from the Cultivar oil, but I feel like such a high quality, useful product is worthy of that high price. Plus, I'll get tons of use out of all of these items all summer (especially that sunscreen).

What do you think of the June Kloverbox

Anna Reilly
Anna Reilly
Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she's swooning for all things kawaii!

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Andi

The sunblock is really nice. It sinks in easily, and provides great protection.

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Anna Reilly

I’m SO happy with it! I’m glad you’re enjoying it, too, Andi – thanks for reading!

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Luna

I wonder if the scent in the konjac sponge was due to it having turmeric? Just a thought because I’ve only tried a couple of konjac sponges (and ultimately decided they’re not for me… too gentle), and I don’t recall any of them smelling. What got me at first, though, was that the ones I tried came wet!

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Anna Reilly

Hi Luna! You might be right on the turmeric being the culprit, though the sponge smells a good bit funkier than the ground turmeric in my pantry… Turmeric or not, it’s unfortunately not such an awesome smell to have that close to your face, hehe! I’ll note too that this one did come dry – I’d be curious to try one of the pre-moistened ones you all are discussing! Thanks so much for commenting!

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EC

Can’t say that I’ve ever seen the pre moistened sponges. Where did you find them? I would love to test drive them, so to speak.

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Luna

Like Randi said, I’m pretty sure the one I got from Julep had moisture to it already. The other one came from a natural beauty box, but I can’t remember which one or what brand it was. Sorry. But, I have seen a lot of pre-moistened konjac sponges at Marshalls & TJ Maxx, so those could be good places for you to find some to try. 🙂

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Randi

I think Julep’s come wet

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