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Peaches And Petals Box Review + Coupon – November 2017

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Peaches and Petals is an inexpensive monthly lifestyle box for women. Each package is curated around a theme and promises interesting, fun products.

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This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

all of the items in the november 2017 peaches and petals box

About Peaches and Petals

The Subscription Box: Peaches and Petals

The Cost: $19.99/month with free shipping

COUPON: Use code PEACH10% to save 10% off your first box!

The Products: Five lifestyle items for women curated around a theme

Ships to: US for free

Peaches and Petals “Embrace Your Creativity” November 2017 Box Review

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This month is all about getting creative.

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Larabar Chocolate Coconut Chew – Buy a 16 pack for $27.14 here

At first, I expected this flavor to perhaps compete with Coconut Chocolate RxBars, of which I am a BIG fan. But while the rich cocoa and nutty coconut flavors are there, I found this bar to be a bit grittier than I’d hoped it to be, especially given the “chew” in the name. It wasn’t bad, but it didn’t have the luscious, softer consistency that I’m used to with Larabars.

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Nature Valley Sweet & Salty Nut Toasted Coconut Bar – Buy 12 6-count packs for $45.60 here

This bar was a bit more what I expected. It was chewy, but had a nice bite to it thanks to all of the nuts. There’s a good bit of coconutty-ness in here, but with plenty of peanut flavor, too. It definitely more decadent than the other bar (there are only 8g of sugar in it, but it tastes a good deal sweeter), and it sure went well with my mid-afternoon latte.

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10 Plastic Containers from Better Body Kitchen – Estimated Value $10.00?

I wasn’t able to find a price for this 10 piece set of 28 oz. containers online anywhere, but looking at comparable brands and products, I’m betting they’re valued around $10.00. These are pretty simple containers with black bottoms and clear plastic lids. According to the package, they are microwave and dishwasher safe and designed for meal-prep types—folks who like to make their meals in bulk, then grab ’em and go throughout the week. Part of the reason why I haven’t jumped on that super-efficient, time-saving train is that I don’t own enough food containers to do it. But with these 10 containers, I could presumably stock my fridge with things to eat all week, then nab them as I need them!

package of vinyl letters package of letter stencils letters being pulled out of paper to make stencils creative ideas on the back of the stencil package

Folk Art Richmond Alphabet Stencils Kit – Retail Value $9.75

I don’t think I’ve stenciled something in a while! This pack of 4″ x 6″ upper- and lowercase stencils is a fun excuse to get crafty—they even include the steps for a project on the back of the package. To be honest, the font style isn’t quite my thing, but I feel like I could whip up some cute DIY gifts with it.

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Revele Collagen Makeup Wipes, 60 count – Estimated Value $2.99

I couldn’t find this exact version of Revele wipes, but another version I found online is priced at $2.99. These wipes contain collagen, which helps give skin its volume and elasticity. I’ve been using these wipes for about a week now and haven’t noticed any major changes to my skin—it’s not like I saw dramatic reduction of lines or anything like that. But as makeup wipes, they work quite well. I like carrying them with me in my bag, in case I want to start cleaning off my party makeup in the car ride home or refresh my face after a sweaty stop at the gym.

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The Royal Standard Beige and White Chevron Scarf – Estimated Value $22.00

I couldn’t find this exact design on its brand’s site, but a similar style is going for $22.00. This 100% acrylic scarf isn’t necessarily snuggly, but it is soft. It’s also over 6 feet long, so there’s plenty of scarf to loop around your neck. The chevron-shaped ends aren’t my style, but they can easily tuck into my coat. Not an amazing scarf, in my opinion, but a nice scarf that’ll do in a pinch!

The Verdict: I feel like the “Creative Expression” theme of this Peaches and Petals box was a bit of a stretch (the stencils fit it, and I guess the food boxes did, too… sort of… since they’re cooking related…), but I’ll get lots of use out of the makeup wipes and food containers. Nothing wowed me in this box, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t get some value out of the items inside!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. Nab the January box or sign up for upcoming boxes here!

Coupon – Use code PEACH10% to save 10% off your first box!

Value Breakdown: This box cost $19.99 with free shipping. The average cost of each of the 6 items inside is $3.33.

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Written by 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!

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 got lots of people in my life box subscriptions over the past couple years based on their interests and have been really happy with all of them so far…until Peaches and Petals. This subscription SUCKS! It is filled with a bunch of cheap crap that I would never buy!!! And it is packaged HORRIBLY! One of the things I really like about the others I have paid for is the way they arrive and are packaged so thoughtfully and professional looking. I can’t believe they charge $20 for this. It is truly awful – DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!!!! I am so disappointed and feel completely ripped off.

  2. I’m honestly so tired of reviewers that try to find a speck of awesomeness in every single item that the rest of us clearly thinks sucks.

    • Agreed. I know the box is free but I couldn’t, in good faith, ever recommend this box to anyone. It reminds me of Dollar Store stuff I’d never buy.

    • Cannot agree more!!

  3. This box literally sucks every single month.

  4. To be fair, no sub really does a theme well. The items I’ve got in Boxy and Ipsy never really fit the theme they have set either. I’ve been kind of watching this one. I’d like to get a lifestyle type of box and this one would fit into my budget – without having to cancel anything to do it. They are too hit or miss tho. I’ve liked some of the items (while reading reviews) but not enough to sign up. I hope they get better, cause I’d love to join.

    • Several nicer boxes do very well creating a themed box. Peaches and Petals is a cheap box that includes cheap items.

  5. Wow and they charge 20 for this. Yes free shipping is amazing but the theme is so off. My thoughts anyway. I use to get this box like 2 years ago. Or maybe it was last year…

  6. They overtaxed their creativity to make these things fit this theme.

  7. Those look like the plastic containers my chinese takeout comes in………..

    • Yeah, I’ve gotten these exact containers from Thai delivery. They are better than typical takeout containers, which is why I’ve never been able to throw them out, but it’s an odd choice. More than any othet box, Peaches & Petals seems so dollar store. I’d feel conned if I was a subscriber.

  8. Odd.

  9. I’ve seen every one of these exact items at my local dollar tree.

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