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Kloverbox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2017

Anna Reilly
ByAnna ReillyJul 15, 2017 | 3 comments

Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 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."

Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 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).

Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 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.

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Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 2017 Kloverbox!

This month's box is all decked out in red, white, and blue for the Fourth of July. On this info card, Kloverbox lists out all of the products in the box, as well as discounts you can use to nab more of the products you love.

Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 2017 Kloverbox! Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 2017 Kloverbox!

SoleFog Shoe Odor Eliminator in Fresh Scent, 1.5 oz. - Value $10.00

What a good pick for summer! My fancy flats (which I wear to weddings, etc.) tend to get awfully sweaty and musty in the summer, so I like having a spray on hand to help deal with any potential funk. According to the info card, this tiny can is filled with compressed air (which I'm guessing is different from aerosol) and essential-oil-based fragrances. The scent is just slightly pine-y, as the pinecones on the label suggest. But I found the scent to be more soapy and powdery, almost like how a very mild hand soap might smell. I like that this product is made in the U.S.A. and that it's free of animal testing!

Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 2017 Kloverbox! Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 2017 Kloverbox!

Gaffer and Child Facial Cleanser, 2.0 fl oz. - Value $26.00

This facial cleanser is much thinner than others I've tried. It has a watery consistency that makes it a bit hard to handle at first (unlike a foam or gel that travels neatly from your hands to your face, it kind of splashes around if you're not careful), and it takes a little work to get any lather going. That said, the cleanser has a clean, fresh scent to it, thanks to the peppermint and lavender ingredients, and it left my skin feeling clean but not dried out. After I used it, I was actually surprised by how velvety smooth my face felt. A purchase of this cleanser supports efforts to end animal abuse, too! It's definitely something I could see purchasing again.

Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 2017 Kloverbox! Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 2017 Kloverbox! Read my review of the natural, holistic wellness items in the July 2017 Kloverbox!

Lilac and Willow Mosquit-No Candle, 8 oz - Value $18.00

So, the $18.00 version of this 8 oz candle sold on the Lilac and Willow site comes in a pretty glass votive, whereas this one comes in a simple jar. That makes me think this one might not be worth the full $18.00, but I will say that I like how the lidded jar makes this candle easy to store and take on the road (if I'm on a picnic or a camping trip and want to ward off mosquitos with this fancy candle). I really appreciate that this mosquito-repelling candle doesn't have that strong citronella scent that many commercial mosquito candles. Instead, it has a beautiful blend of cinnamon, lavender, lemon, eucalyptus, and more. It's equally herby, earthy, and sweet.

Verdict: This month's Kloverbox had some really nice, useful products inside. The box only costs $25.00 per month (with free shipping), but I found about $54.00 worth of products inside. I like that these aren't products I'd think to go looking for (nor assume there were natural alternatives for). A natural mosquito candle? Natural shoe spray? These are things I'd usually just buy in a pinch at the local drug store, inadvertently filling my home with more unnecessary toxins. So I like having these high-quality, natural home supplies on hand!

What do you think of the July 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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3 comments

Sue

I wish they did spoilers. Trying to decide on signing up again……

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Andi

The Gaffer & Child cleanser is just wonderful. I’m amazed at how well it removes my makeup, and I love the predominantly lavender smell.

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Randi

Great box! I’d use all of those things for sure!
Might have to order some if the shoe odor eliminator stuff

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