Enchantment Box “Moon Goddess” Review + Coupon – July 2018


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Enchantment Box is a 100% vegan and cruelty-free subscription box that bills themselves as “ the subscription box for women that believe in magic.” Expect goodies you can use to pamper yourself like makeup, bubble bath, paper goods, crystals, candles, sweet treats, and jewelry.

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

When you open the box you are greeted with a little card explaining that a portion of each box goes to the Enchanted Farm Sanctuary. I follow the farm on Instagram, and Cornelius Cottonlashes recently passed away. I loved seeing his beautiful face, his flower crown, and those long lashes when I opened the box—and I am so happy with the charitable aspect of this box!

Enchantment Box July 2018 review

About Enchantment Box

The Subscription Box: Enchantment Box

The Cost: $49.95 a month + $7.95 shipping

COUPON: Use code Enchanted15 to save 15% off your first box!

The Products: 6-8 full-size products with a total value of at least $75

Ships to: US

Good to Know: They normally ship around the 20th of each month, however, the June box will be shipping early so the owner of the box can enjoy a much-needed vacation!

Enchantment Box “Moon Goddess” July 2018 Review

Here is the info sheet on the items in the box, along with coupons for the brands included.

Tipsy Gypsy Clothing Moon Goddess Body Oil,

Tipsy Gypsy Clothing Moon Goddess Body Oil, 1 oz – Listed Value $26

This is an Enchantment Box exclusive, and readers may recognize the brand from the April box. I’m not unhappy to see the brand again, as I enjoyed the rosewater facial spray and I think this body oil is really gorgeous! If the moon was into wearing makeup, this is the color of the highlighter the moon would use! Luckily it blends in beautifully into the skin and only a subtle shimmer is left behind. This was great at moisturizing without leaving me feeling greasy, too.

Mystical Blossoms Full Moon Loose Smudge

Mystical Blossoms Full Moon Loose Smudge – Retail Value $10

This loose smudge smells so good! Thanks to amazing ingredients like sage, cedar, lavender, and rose when I close my eyes and smell this I feel like I am in a spa, wrapped up in comfy robe about to get a massage or facial. So as you can tell, this is a really comforting blend for me! I am not familiar with loose smudge so I don’t have a charcoal disc to burn this on, but this can also be used as potpourri or in a bath. I used this in combination with a lavender bath bomb I had and it made for a super lovely bath that helped me quickly drift off to sleep.

Practically Magikal Moon Calendar – Listed Value $6 (buy the digital download for $4.59)

This double-sided moon calendar details the dates of moon phases for the next twelve months on one side with the other side sharing which moon phase correlates to which energy. This is definitely a new item to me, and I think it fits the Moon Goddess theme perfectly! I always like to look at the full moon for no other reason then I find it to be beautiful, so I happily have this on my fridge to be able to reference it in the coming months.

Baking Time Club Moon Goddess Sprinkles, 60 g

Baking Time Club Moon Goddess Sprinkles, 60 g – Listed Value $5.50 (buy other 60 g bags for £3.99 )

I love these sprinkles! I am not a big baker but I am in love with the color scheme and shapes of these box exclusive sprinkles. My only issue is I want to use them to their full potential, and I’m not sure what recipe that is! Frosted sugar cookies? Cupcakes? Let me know your suggestions! These sprinkles are also dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, halal, and kosher, so they should work with most dietary restrictions too! Baking Time Club also offers a sprinkle subscription, and though I don’t bake often my fingers are itching to subscribe because their sprinkle mixes are so stunning!

Moon Goddess Magick Apothecary Dream Pillow – Retail Value $12

This dream pillow is “witchcrafted with organic herbs of lavender, mugwort, yarrow, chamomile, hops, and rosemary,” and there is also a small amethyst stone tucked inside. I really loved the way this smelled—it is exactly the blend that can help calm and relax me as I get ready to sleep. Duchess also loved this, and I eventually had to tuck this inside of my pillowcase because she kept wanting to play with it. Silly Kitty. As I was getting ready for bed on the night of the recent full moon I stepped outside to look at it while inhaling the scent of the dream pillow deeply. I slept great that night—maybe it was the melatonin, maybe it was the powers of the moon combined with my witchcrafted bag of herbs. Either way, I’ll take it!

Luna Prosperity Crystal Unicorn Taro Deck – Retail Value $29

I have never had my palm read or my fortune told, nor have I ever seen a tarot deck of any kind. I am happy that my first deck is this gorgeous pastel version that follows the traditional Rider-Waite Tarot deck because when I tried to tell my fortune there was a wealth of online knowledge available. This deck does come with a small manual including details on how to get started, short descriptions of what each card means, and two spreads. I brought this to lunch with me when I met a friend and we had an absolute hoot looking at the gorgeous cards and trying to figure out what the mystical unicorns were trying to tell us. I am not a big believer that these cards can really tell my future, but I do think they can be used as a thought-provoking way to analyze aspects of your life in a new way. I also had these in my purse at work, and one coworker wanted me to try to read their fortune and one coworker called it witchcraft and wouldn’t look at the deck. To each their own!

Crystal Bar Soap Mini in Moon Child

Crystal Bar Soap Mini in Moon Child – Retail Value $8

I had never heard of crystal bar soap before, and then in the month of July, I got two different bars (the other was from The Better Beauty Box)! I’m not complaining because these are amazing- I love that this soap has an actual crystal inside! This mini size makes this soap perfect for a hand soap that I can proudly leave out on display to stare at the dreamy colors.

The Verdict: I continue to stand by my statement that this continues to be one of the best-curated boxes on the market. The Moon Goddess theme was such a unique and different theme for me to experience, but the Enchantment Box created a box of items I could appreciate and understand easily. As usual, I can’t wait to see what August brings (the August theme is Mythological Mermaids and the September theme is HARRY POTTER). Value-wise, I calculated a total value of $96.50, which meets their promise of having at least $75 in value in the box.

To Wrap Up:

Can you get this box if you still sign up today? I believe you will start with the August box, but if you really want this box I recommend reaching out and seeing if any boxes are left!

Coupon – Use code Enchanted15 to save 15% off your first box!

Value Breakdown: This box costs $57.90 ($49.95 + $7.95 shipping)  and I calculated a value of $96.50 which means you are paying approximately the following per item:

  • Body Oil: $15.60
  • Loose Smudge: $6
  • Moon Calendar: $3.60
  • Sprinkles: $3.30
  • Dream Pillow: $7.20
  • Unicorn Tarot Deck: $17.40
  • Soap: $4.80

Check out all of our Enchantment Box reviews to learn more about this subscription!

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Written by Jessica Hapak

Jessica Hapak

I am a staunch believer that pineapple doesn’t go on pizza and when I’m not studying for law school I’m relaxing at home with my cat. I’m a sucker for anything labeled a mystery box and I’ve never met a bath bomb I didn’t like!

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1 Comment

  1. Wow, those sprinkles! I would use them to make cupcakes or even a small cake with a dark or ombré frosting like a nebula cake or a galaxy cake. Also Dessert for Two has some great recipes for when you don’t need a whole cake or a dozen cupcakes lying around. Anyway, I’ve seen your nail art so I have no doubt that you could apply to same creativity to a baking project!

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