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19 Boxes We Reviewed For The First Time in February!

Liz Cadman
ByLiz CadmanMar 3, 2018 | 16 comments

Every month, we review our favorite subscription boxes, but we also love to try new boxes! We've started a new post highlighting all the new boxes we've reviewed for the month. Here's a look at boxes new to us in January:

1. Target Cat & Jack Baby Outfit

About this box: Target has a new quarterly baby clothing subscription box! Each box includes items that haven’t been released for sale yet, for baby sizes newborn to 24 months. From Target's Cat & Jack Baby Outfit:

Get ready for a little bit of everything in this clothing-subscription box. Our designers curated their favorite items of the season, making it super easy to style your little sweetie.

The Cost: $40 + free shipping 

Read our first review to learn more!

EBY February 2018 Box open

2. EBY

About this box: EBY is a new monthly intimates subscription service that delivers affordable & luxurious seamless undies to your door while empowering women through microfinance. 10% of EBY’s new sales provide small loans to women to start their own businesses. This subscription is founded by Renata Black (a microfinance guru trained under Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus) and Sofia Vergara (an actress, business powerhouse, & seamless undie devotee).

The Cost: $16.00 per month for 1 pair, $45.00 per quarter for 3 pairs

Read our first review to learn more!

 

3. ORLY Color Pass

About this box: ORLY Color Pass is a new subscription box from Orly. Each quarter you will receive the newest collection of nail polish from Orly, along with a few extras to round out the box. For this subscription, you can only purchase an annual up front and you'll receive a total of 24 shades.

The Cost: $119 for an annual subscription + free shipping

Coupon - Use code MSA-ORLY to save $10 off an annual subscription!

Read our first review to learn more! 

Little Feminist Book Club + Activity Box February 2018 - Box Contents

4. Little Feminist

About this box: Little Feminist Book Club is a monthly book subscription box for kids ages three to seven years old. Each month you will receive one to two books to help diversify your bookshelf. Plus, you will also receive hands-on activities and tools to help your book come to life. From Little Feminist:

Only 31% of children’s books feature a female character, and only 13% feature a person of color.

The Cost: $37 a month + free US shipping. Save with 3 and 6-month subscriptions. 

Read our first review to learn more!

Splash Wine February 2018 - Box First Layer

5. Splash Wine Box

About this box: Splash Wines is a family company that has been in business for three generations. You can build your own monthly case of wines from the Splash Wines selection. Plus, you can select how often your box arrives and if you want to receive red or white wines. “Get your wine delivered right to your door when you need it most.” They offer several different curated cases or build your own which you can learn more about here

The Cost: Six bottles for $59, fifteen bottles for $99, or become a subscriber and save on curated cases.

Read our first review to learn more!

Shaggy Swag January 2018

6. ShaggySwag

About this box: ShaggySwag designs, creates, and delivers high quality, one-of-a-kind dog treats, toys, and other essential items in a curated monthly box. Their mission is to provide cool dog owners across the U.S. with a monthly delivery filled with top-of-the-line essentials, nutritious treats, exclusive toys, and dog swag inspired by the hip pets and humans of NYC.

The Cost: $32.00 a month + free shipping. Save with 3, 6, or 12-month subscription plans.

Coupon - Use code SHAGGYMSA to get your first box for $20!

Read our first review to learn more!

7. Shopkins Direct

About this box: Shopkins Direct is a quarterly subscription box for Shopkins fans! This subscription is from Culture Fly, the same team behind Pusheen Box, so that should give you an idea of what to expect in terms of cuteness and quality!

The Cost: $30 a quarter plus shipping

Read our first review to learn more!

Date Night In Box- February 2018- review

8. Date Night In Box

About this box: Date Night In Box is a subscription service that sends you a complete date in a box each month. You'll receive a complete date in a box including an activity, snack, and other items to create a sense of ambiance to bring you and your partner closer together. Date Night In also offers Faith Night In and Kids Night In box options.

The Cost: $34.99 a month + $7.00 shipping (less for longer subscriptions)

Coupon - Use code ONEFREE to get your first box free with 3, 6, or 12-month subscription!

Read our first review to learn more!

Vellum Box February 2018 review

9. Vellum Box

About this box: Vellum Box is a monthly t-shirt subscription box created for book lovers. Every box includes an exclusive t-shirt and 2 – 4 bookish treats. From Vellum Box:

We work with super talented illustrators every month to create unique bookish designs for the t-shirts; you will not find these anywhere else!

The Cost: $29.99 + shipping (for tee shirt sizes XS-XL) or $31.99 + shipping (for tee shirt sizes 2XL and 3XL). Save with 3-month subscriptions.

Coupon - Use code MSA15 to save 15% off your first box!

Read our first review to learn more!

Wonder Crate Box Review February 2018 review

10. Wonder Crate

About this box: Wonder Crate is a monthly subscription box that promotes social-emotional learning for kids ages 5-8. Learn to manage emotions, embrace challenges, try new things, think positively, and bounce back from failure. Each month a new topic will be explored with a book for kids, fun activities, tips for parents and an online lesson to help your child discover their inner power. Life skills delivered to your door!

The Cost: $34.95 per month + $7.00 shipping (Less with a prepaid 3 or 6 month subscription) 

Coupon - Use code WONDER to get 20% off your first box!

Read our first review to learn more!

11. Facet Jewelry Box

About this box: Facet Jewelry Box is a new subscription box from the editors at Facet Jewelry and Bead & Button magazine. They offer two versions: the “Quick and Easy Stringing” box and the “Bead Stitching” box, so you can choose a subscription based on your skill level and interests, as well as the amount of time you want to invest in the projects.

The Cost: $24.95 a month + free US shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.

Coupon - Use code FACET to save 10% off your first box!

Read our first review to learn more!

Gounded Goods unboxing

12. Grounded Goods

About this box: Grounded Goods is an Earth-conscious, healthy, food subscription box focused on supporting regenerative farming efforts. From Grounded Goods:

Regenerative farming has the potential to slow down, or even reverse, global climate change by putting carbon back into degraded soils and restoring those soils to health in the process.

The Cost: $49.95 + free shipping

Coupon - Use code ADDICTION10OFF to save 10% off your first box!

Read our first review to learn more!

Naturali Trimester 3 Pregnancy Box Review- February 2018- review

13. NaturAli Pregnancy Box

About this box: NaturAli is a subscription box that provides healthy pregnancy, fitness, nutrition and beauty products to expectant mothers to fit each stage of their pregnancy. They offer 4 boxes meant to be delivered every 3 months to address all 3 trimesters of pregnancy. The last box is for the 3 months after your baby is born which is considered Trimester 4.

The Cost: $100 per Trimester box (there are 4 total) + free U.S. shipping. The cost is less with a subscription or package:

  • Subscribe to any 2 boxes: $96/trimester
  • Subscribe to any 3 boxes: $88/trimester
  • Subscribe to all 4 boxes: $82/trimester (purchase all 4 upfront for $320)

Coupon - Use code MSA15 to save 15% off your first box!

Read our first review to learn more!

Horti Subscription Box Contents

14. Horti

About this box: Horti is a new houseplant subscription box for urban dwellers that not only sends plants but educates you on how easy it can be to take care of them. Pick how often you’d like to receive a new plant–monthly or bi-monthly–and a plant, plant pot, and dehydrated soil will be shipped right to your door. NYC based subscribers can also choose a bi-monthly plan that includes a plant and additional planting accessories.

The Cost: $35.00 + free ground shipping

Read our first review to learn more!

4me bath box by depravi teas january 2018 review

15. 4Me Bath Box by Depravi Teas Apothecary

About this box: Depravi Teas Apothecary offers a variety of monthly subscription boxes called the 4Me Bath Box filled with homemade bath products. They currently offer the Manly Me Edition, the Sample Me Edition, and the Diva Edition. Each box delivers 4-6 full-size small-batch bath and body products, plus occasional samples and bonuses.

The Cost: $29.99 + $5 shipping and tax. Discounts for longer subscription commitments available.

Coupon - Use code MSA60 to save 60% off your first DIVA box!

Read our first review to learn more!

Bottom of the Well January 2018 review

16. Bottom of the Well

About this box: Bottom of the Well is a monthly t-shirt and swag subscription service that handpicks America’s most authentic bars and creates a t-shirt celebrating a different bar each month. There is also a virtual reality tour of the bar included each month!

The Cost: $29.95 every month with discounts available for longer subscription commitments

Coupon - Use code BARLOVE to save 50% off your first box!

Read our first review to learn more!

products from from nylah beauty

17. Nylah Beauty

About this box: Nylah Beauty is a skincare brand carrying just three products: a facial cleanser, a clarifying serum, and a hydrating cream. The Skin With Benefits Club is the name of the subscription service, so you can have brand new bottles arrive on your doorstep just as you’re about to run out.

The Cost: $39 a month (As opposed to $55 for a 1-time purchase of the Basics Bundle)

 

Read our first review to learn more!

Also, here are one-time boxes we reviewed in February that are still available for purchase:

 

 

18. Pier 1 Style Box

About this box: The Pier 1 Style Box is a new Limited Edition box from Pier 1. (Hopefully they turn this into a subscription soon!)

The Cost: $49.95 + $11 shipping

Coupon - Use code FREESHIP49 to get free shipping on orders over $49

Read our review to learn more!

19. Clarins Selfie Box

About this box: The Clarins Selfie Box is a limited edition one-time purchase box that includes items designed to help you look your best. From Clarins:

Items include the perfect skin illuminator plus everything it takes for photo-op eyes and kiss-worthy lips. Plus, for every box purchased Clarins will donate $1 to Look Good Feel Better, a charitable organization with a mission to teach beauty tricks to combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.

The Cost: $38 + $5 shipping

Coupon - Power-up your skincare routine with a 7-piece Gift FREE with any $100 orderno coupon needed!

Read our review to learn more!

 

What boxes would you like us to start reviewing? Tell us in the comments!

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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16 comments

Shana

I keep forgetting to send an email but the box I was hoping you’d review is this one: https://www.sanayaset.com/

Marketed as a box for intersectional feminists and with great care in selecting their suppliers! I’ve just decided to try one myself.

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Jody

How about reviewing The Zodiac box? I started getting e-mails out of the blue this week to get the first box.

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carol

Me, too! I’m interested; first box says it’s due in April.

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Sara

I love that you are constantly trying new boxes with different niches. I’d really love to see some boxes with hunting or outdoor themes or some Christian boxes as well to really cover all of your customers individual interests. 💜

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Nancy M.

Lippie Box
Coffee and a Classic
Sundae Home
Pause And Unwind
The Mom Life Box
Hygge Box
Introverts Retreat Box
Pembertea Subscription Box
Mom Time Delivered

(Can you tell that I’m an introverted reader?? :D)

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Sharon

If you’re an introverted reader, you’ll love The Go Love Yourself Box!

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Jessica

I believe February we also reviewed Go Love Yourself for the first time!

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Sharon

<3 YES!

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Kim

I loved The idea of the vellum box but wish it included a book or kindle download

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Christine

I missed the first Margot Elena box, so I can hardly wait for the next box!

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Lynn m.

Organic bunny box and Margot Elena

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Luna

I love The Organic Bunny box, and think it’s a very under the radar box. I’ve been subbed off & on (currently on) since last year, and have really liked it. I think it’d be cool if MSA reviewed it.

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Caligirl

Miss fortune cookie soap. And are you going to do a Margot Elena review Miss Liz?

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Marilyn

I too miss the fortune cookie soap box. I hope to see some of the monthly boxes reviewed.
Would like to be informed of more specialty boxes – easter, graduation, limited editions (pier one) etc. boxes -and have them reviewed as well. So I see can see the previous year before ordering the next.

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Kelli

Liz reviewed the first box which was the Winter and she revealed the first four spoilers for the Spring so I am sure she will be,

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Caligirl

No just showed spoilers no review🙃

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