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Nourish Beauty Subscription Box Review – August 2018

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: $29.95 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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Each box comes with a card detailing the items in the box:

Now, on to the items!

Nourish Nails Water-Based Nail Polish in Patience – 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:

Good to know about these formulas: They are 1 coat full-coverage and quick drying. (Amazing!) But they tend to peel off pretty easily after a day or two. (Apply a top coat to take care of that!)

Seraphine Botanicals Happy Hibiscus Blush Palette – Retail Value $48

These pressed powder blushes and bronzers are shimmery, pigmented, and easy to blend.

The lower left pink is very wearable for me – the color works for my skin tone, and the shimmer is more subtle. Here are all the shades swatched:

Peony Cosmetics Clean Earth Water-Activated Dry Clay Face & Body Exfoliator – Retail Value $25

This is a dry powder exfoliant that you mix with water to form a paste. (Great for traveling with no/minimal liquids!)

The formula is scented with orange peel essential oil (love it), and it’s a very fine exfoliant, so it should work well for sensitive skin. My only complaint is that this size (1 oz) seems more like a sample than a full-size product that retails for $25!

Bear’s Beauty Sweet Petals Feminine Deodorant Spray – Retail Value $24.30

Admittedly, I am not an expert on products like these, but I feel like the current scientific consensus is, don’t use them? Let me know if you know more than I do! (The good news is this product also doubles as a spray to reduce irritation after shaving.)

Verdict: This box has a value of just about $109.80 which is good for a natural box that costs $29.95 with free shipping worldwide.

If you’re looking for an ingredient-conscious beauty box and you want a new nail polish color every month, I recommend this one!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes! The 25th of every month is the cutoff.

Coupon – No coupons at this time.

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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 (8)

  1. I got my first box last week, which I liked. But my spray had a bug in it, a little beetle. Freaked me out so I dumped it down the drain. I know mishaps happen, but I don’t do bugs. I should have taken a picture and sent it to them, my bad.
    I like the nail polish, the blush and the face scrub stuff. I’m happy with the box overall.

  2. “Don’t use them?” Lol I thought everybody was on the same page with that one, but I guess not! Anyway, the nail polish looks great!

  3. Usually with fds.. you can spray your panties before putting them on. Most sprays are fda approved because this is a different spray.. it would be best to ask your doctor. I wouldn’t put it on my skin… just the panties or your pants… its all up to the person.

  4. I think the spray would be fine on armpits or sprayed over your panties. But glycerin is sometimes iffy, my bfs biochemist roommate said this directly on the…bits would be a no, same with everything online I see about these sprays. I dont like that they’re antibacterial, kinda counterproductive for our bits. Last time I used anything antibacterial down there (aside from handmade soap) I had some issues.
    I’d probably go with a baby wipe and perfume over my pants or skirt if I really needed to. Otherwise I embrace that nether regions smell sometimes.

  5. I find it interesting that it says to avoid contact with mucus membranes. I feel like I read something when I was pregnant that referred to the internal skin as just that. So how does that even work?

  6. I had no idea what the issue with the deodorant was (I was like Liz, do you not wear deodorant?) until I clicked on the link and saw that this was NOT for your arm pits.

    • Me too!!!😭🙈

    • I was going to ask… “what’s the science behind not using a spray deodorant?”, but after reading your comment, I get it now. 🙂

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