Organic Bunny Box Natural Beauty Review – November 2018


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From Organic Bunny Box:

Once a month The Organic Bunny Box delivers non-toxic, natural, and organic beauty products conveniently to your door. Each box contains 6-8 products in medium to full sizes, some smaller samples may be included as extra goodies. We are not fans of small samples so rest assured, the items in this box will be big enough to provide you with the full product experience! All products are Cruelty-Free, over 98% Natural, always Non-Toxic and made with Organic ingredients as frequently as possible. I will always try to provide an amazing mix of items, including but not limited to: Natural makeup, perfume, skin and body care, with occasional healthy treats and eco-friendly products.

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

About Organic Bunny Box

The Subscription Box: Organic Bunny Box

The Cost: $59.00/month with free shipping.

The Products: 6-8 medium or full sized non-toxic, natural, and organic beauty products.

Ships to: US only

Organic Bunny Box November 2018 Review

In addition to the already cute exterior box, you get a really nicely designed and sturdy reusable gift box each month that houses all of your organic goodies. It seems to change every season or so since last month (as well as the one before) had a more summery theme.

The lid stays put with magnets so you can use it again after you’ve raided it. In gold foil, it says “For the glamorous girl with a green heart”

Lüfka Exfoliating Washcloth – Retail Value $24.95 (found here for $14.95)

I was surprised and pleased to see an item like this in the box this month! While I love getting natural and organic beauty products, there are only so many serums I can use at once so I appreciate tools like this washcloth made with Babylonian Willow. Since it’s plastic-free you can rest easy when using this, especially when you’re finished with it. It’s quite large after getting it wet so it covers a good portion of my back that is hard to get to when I grab it by either handle to swish it back and forth. I love exfoliating my skin and this willow fiber is not too rough but gets some scrubbing done that I find satisfactory. This also makes it much easier to scrub the back of my legs, my bum, and bottom of my feet with minimal effort. 🙂

Cleo & Coco Dusting Powder & Dry Shampoo in Grapefruit Bergamot, 6 oz. – Retail Value $14.00

First of all, this is a really good size container. This lightly scented powder is gentle and can be used as a dry shampoo or deodorizer in places on our body that get a little too damp- like underarms or your feet come summertime (or any time, for me). I really enjoy the grapefruit bergamot scent and it also contains activated charcoal which has been all the rage lately in self-care products.

Honey Girl Organics Cuticle and Nail Creme, 0.5 oz. – Retail Value $13.99

Just in time for winter chapping weather, this cuticle creme comes to my rescue. I’ve been noticing how dry my cuticles I get when I’m at the nail salon and would you believe I don’t have anything to deal with it? I have to say that I rather like this cream instead of an oil because I find it a little less messy. This is a nice size portion and I only need to skim the top for enough to smooth into each hand, around each fingertip. The cream is a perfect light consistency and has a really subtle honey, tangerine, lime, and cinnamon smell to it that I find really pleasant. I’ve been using it daily and am loving the results.

Uliv Golden Glow Facial Souffle, 1 oz. travel size – Estimated Retail Value $23.60 (Buy 1.78 oz for $42.00)

It took me a few days to try this one because I was afraid of the words “golden glow” and thought this may be tinted in some way. It’s not at all and once I actually put it on my face last night I was really impressed with how incredibly soft and dewy it left my skin! I’ve been using facial oils with additional moisturizer after cleansing but this one has now jumped to the top of my beauty queue to replace my evening moisturizer! Simply amazing!

Veyali Purify Room Spray, 1 oz. travel size – Estimated Retail Value $4.75 (Buy full size 8 oz. bottle for $38.00)

I really like getting room sprays in boxes, especially when they are palo santo based! This spray is made with all natural essential oils like cypress, cabreuva, and cedarwood in addition to the palo santo. I am of course in love with the packaging for this with it’s all white glass bottle and minimal green lettering. It smells wonderful and really turns any space into a whole new experience with woodsy wonder.

Ayr Skin Care Awaken Revitalizing Eye Serum, 0.5 oz. – Retail Value $65.00

I’m pleased to get an eye serum in a more cream-like form instead of the usual oil. The pump makes it easy to disperse and it has a moisturizer-like consistency. I’m not in love with whatever the default scent is, but it’s not very strong. The bottle suggests using it both morning and night to help “reduce fine lines, revitalize elasticity, stimulate collagen production, and increase firmness around the eye area”. Ingredients will also help brighten the eye area and give a more youthful glow. Only time will tell with this one, so I’ll keep at it. The price point alone is very intriguing though…

Atlantis Skincare Stretch Mark Oil, 15 ml – Estimated Retail Value $13.46 (Buy 50 ml for $44.85 USD)

I’m not really one to care about stretch marks on my body anymore. I’m human, I have skin that changes, they are there. For those who aren’t loving theirs, this oil exists. The bottle specific calls out “for pregnant belly” though I’m sure it can be used in any place. I’ve never been pregnant but some women may want to reduce the marks they acquired while carrying a human life for nine months so more power to them! I like that the cap is a dropper that can be used to administer the desired amount of oil and as you can see, it’s a light golden color like many natural oils. It smells really nice due to the essential oils included as well. Here’s the complete list: Cocus Nucifera (Coconut) oil, Argania Spinosa (Argan) kernel oil, Hippophae Rhamnoides (Sea Buckthorn) oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) oil, Vitamin E, Rosa Damascena (Rose Otto) essential oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) oil, Citrus Reticulata (Tangerine) essential oil. I’ll probably be passing this one on to someone else though as I don’t feel the need to add it to my daily routine.

Au Naturale Eternity Lipstick in Charm – Retail Value $25.00

Beefing up my natural makeup products is something I’m slowly doing and I love this deep plum color in the tube but am just not feeling it on me. The formula almost feels too “slippery” (for lack of a better word) and doesn’t have much staying power, so I don’t think it’d last through a meal or even a drink. I also have a great love of matte lipsticks and this one is really hydrating and thus shiny. It’s a bummer though because it has a cool magnetic closure case and smells like grape!

Verdict: The Organic Bunny Box this month had some hits and misses for me. Overall, I think the value is amazing since I got 8 items worth over $180.00 for a $59.00 with free shipping. Almost all of the products were new brands for me which is exciting to see and I found a couple of new faves like the Uliv facial souffle and Honey Girl Organics Cuticle and Nail Creme.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Unfortunately, no. Sign up today to get the November box.

Value Breakdown: At $59.00 for this box, you are paying only $7.38 per item!

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What do you think of this month’s Organic Bunny Box?

Written by Marne Orenich

Marne Orenich

Marne is a stationery addict, lip product connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. Her favorite subscriptions contain office supplies, natural skin care products, and anything with food.

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8 Comments

  1. Consider using the stretch mark oil as a general body oil/moisturizer and/or bath oil. The ingredients are the same as those items and besides, passing it along won’t cure anyone’s stretch marks anyhow.
    As for that lipstick, don’t give up on it just yet, come Jan/Feb the air might be so dry that your lips might like a moisturizing color once or twice. Great review, I’ve got about 30 boxes at the moment but I’m gonna keep my eye on this!

    • Good tips, Taren! Thank you!

  2. This seems like a great box, thank you for reviewing it. I’m on box overload right now, but maybe after the holidays I can cut out a couple others and try this in their place.

    • Ditto!

  3. For the Palo Santo spray it looks like the back of the bottle has a small 1oz on it and the website says 8oz for the full size. So $4.75 estimated value. That scent combo sounds heavenly! This is a great box. I wish it was quarterly. $59 is a bit high for me to bite monthly but I am debating..

    • I was JUST about to say I wish this was quarterly, lol.

    • Ack! It’s so obvious on the back there now that you’ve pointed it out… Thanks for mentioning!

  4. The uliv and scrubber are my faves this month. It is always a great value with items that fit my ethos. I do wish they would get rid of the magnetic box and cut paper, neither is recyclable in most facilities

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