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Nourish Beauty Subscription Box Review – July 2017

Nourish Beauty Box is a natural beauty subscription box. Each month they send you 4 full-size bio-natural beauty products. Everything is paraben-free and cruelty-free.

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

The Subscription Box: Nourish Beauty Box

The Cost: $34.95 a month

The Products: Each package contains 4 full-sized, natural, earth-activated, healthy beauty products.

Ships to: Worldwide for free!

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This box comes with a cute card detailing the items included:

Now, on to the items!


Nourish Nails Water Based Nail Polish in Trust Yourself – Value $12.50

Every month, subscribers will get a new shade of nail polish from Nourish Beauty’s own line.

This is a water based formula. Here is a bit more on the difference between this formula and your standard nail polish formulas:

The ultimate, ultra gentle nail varnish formulation with a revolutionary water-based resin that creates a high shine coating that is both air and water permeable. This allows for oxygen and water to reach the nail bed to help nails stay healthy, stronger and to help reduce discoloration. The unique nourishing formulation provides a super high-shine coat, long-lasting color and a fast-drying finish.

Here it is on:

Here’s what I like about this formula: 1 coat coverage, and quick drying.

What I don’t like: It peels off pretty easily after a day or two. But I found that applying a regular nail polish top coat over it took care of that problem.


Seraphine Botanicals Blush + Highlight Brush – Value $22

These bristles aren’t as soft as some other brushes in my collection, but they are densely packed. And the white + rose gold = gorgeous!

PEONY Lagoon Drizzle – Value $45

This facial serum is Squalane-based. It instantly added moisture to my skin, absorbed quickly, and it smells fantastic, too!

But, I do have one issue with this serum…

Why did they have to add coloring to make it blue? Additional dye ingredients make 100% sense for color cosmetics, but since this is skin care that absorbs, why bother?

RaspberryMint Face Massage & Clear Skin Serum – Value $60

I love a simple-ingredient skincare item! Here is the full ingredient list:

organic argan oil, organic pumpkin seed oil, pure frankincense essential oil, pure myrrh essential oil, grapefruit essential oil, ylang ylang essential oil

The essential oil blend is fresh and energizing, and the oil absorbed pretty quickly, too. (And this worked well as a pick-me-up on my wrists, too!)

Verdict: This box has a value of just about $139.50 which is great for a natural box that costs $34.95 with free shipping worldwide! Getting two full-size skin care items in this box was a nice surprise, too!

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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!

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Comments (7)

  1. “We’re all about natural… Here’s a serum with blue dye and a brush with synthetic bristles…”

    • Synthetic brush falls in line with their vegan promise.

      • But synthetic is not natural. That’s why the vegan concept is at odds sometimes with the natural concept. Synthetic is not natural.

  2. Too bad this is the July box I would have ordered it. I’m addicted to serums and facial oils.

  3. Nice box! Good tip about using a topcoat.

    The dye definitely mimics the coloring I’ve seen in trendy products from Herbivore & Riley Sunday.

  4. Maybe the dye is so you can see where you put it?

    • I think the dye was put in to match the name of the product (“Lagoon Drizzle”). I can see how blue matches lagoon but it’s still a shame it uses dyes.

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