Follain Healthy Hydration Kit Review
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The Box: Healthy Hydration Kit
The Cost: $29 ($55 value)
The Products: Transform your skin from dry and tight to just right while leaving toxins behind
Shipping: Free with purchases over $50, otherwise it is $7.50
Follain Healthy Hydration March 2019 Review
Follain Go Clean Pouch – Retail Value $22
Everything came packaged up in the signature canvas pouch. To be honest, the price this pouch retails for blows my mind- but maybe it will have that value to you? I consider it as more of a bonus.
Pai Camellia & Rose Gentle Hydrating Cleanser, 1 oz – Estimated Value $14.71 (buy the full-size version for $50)
I adore a good gentle cleanser, and this one checks all the boxes. It is made with camellia seed oil, shea butter, rose oil, and sweet almond oil. It cleansed without leaving my skin feeling tight, and the included muslin and terry cloth towel was perfect for gentle exfoliation while removing the cleanser.
Herbivore Botanicals Rose Hibiscus Toner, 2 oz – Retail Value $16
I love Herbivore – they do not use fillers as ingredients, making the likelihood of a product irritating your skin small. Plus, they have absolutely gorgeous packaging that I love to see on my vanity. The downside of not using any artificial fillers is that their products don’t have as long as a shelf life – so I was actually due for a new bottle of this toning mist when this kit arrived. Made with hibiscus flower extract, coconut water, aloe, and rose flower water, this is incredibly gentle to my skin while adding a soft boost of hydration and nourishment to my face. I like to layer this mist between my skincare steps to add extra moisture, and it also is a lovely pick-me-up at any time of the day.
Indie Lee Squalane Oil, 0.34 oz – Retail Value $14
I have been wanting to try allllll of the Indie Lee lately, so I was stoked to see this full-size (the smaller one, but full-size all of the same! Squalane oil sounds very similar to squalene oil, but they are derived from different sources. Squalane comes from olives, squalene comes from shark liver. I am a big fan of the olive-derived oil, however, it is incredibly gentle and nourishing while being a lightweight oil that absorbs quickly into the skin with no greasy or oily residue left behind. If you’re not a believer in lightweight oils, try mixing this with your moisturizer for a massive hydration boost. I love how this leaves my skin feeling, and I will probably repurchase in the future (or maybe I will just grab another one of these kits!).
The Verdict: I loved this kit – two of the three products were full-size and came in beautiful packaging, and the Pai sample is a generous size at just under a third of the full-size bottle. I wish there wasn’t such a high value attached to the bag this kit comes in, but the other products are true stars. Value-wise, I calculated a total value of $66.71 for everything and a value of $44.70 for the products alone. I recommend buying something else with this kit to get free shipping (or even buy two of these!), but even with the shipping cost I still think the kit is worth it because of the high-quality products inside that performed well.
To Wrap Up:
Can you get this box if you sign up today? Yes, as of publication, this kit is still available.
Value Breakdown: This kit cost $36.50 ($29 + $7.50 shipping), and I calculated a total value of $66.71. That means you are paying approximately the following per item:
- Follain Bag: $12.04
- Pai: $8.04
- Herbivore: $8.75
- Indie Lee: $7.66
What do you think of the Follain Healthy Hydration kit? Are you going to grab one?