Organic Bunny Box Natural Beauty Review – March 2019
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.
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About This Natural and Organic Beauty Box
The Subscription Box: The 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 March 2019 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 ever so often as well, so you can amass a collection of different designs. This month has a new design with cute illustrated bunnies all over it.
The lid stays put with magnets so you can use it again after you’ve raided it. It reads: “For the glamorous girl with a green heart”
The Organic Bunny Box doesn’t include an info card but normally has all the items listed on their website by the time it arrives.
Osmia Organics Nectar Vital Rose Drops, sample size – Buy a full-size 1 oz bottle for $98.00
The instructions had me add this to a product from my existing skincare routine as opposed to a separate serum to “increase penetration, strengthen your skin cells and help them maintain their moisture throughout the day” so I added it to my night cream before bed. It has a nice light scent and mixed well with the cream, so I’m interested to see how it works with other serums or my BB cream. It contains organic safflower, argan, prickly pear, and pumpkin seed oils which are almost 100% organic so I feel good about putting this on my skin.
Captain Blankenship Lemongrass & Mint Sea Mineral Liquid Soap, 2 oz. – Retail Value $8.00
Lemongrass and mint is a pretty unbeatable scent combination for me, so I immediately fell for this liquid soap that can be used as a body wash or handsoap alike. I love the fun colored bottle and as is with all of these travel sized items, is perfect for a weekend jaunt. I’m heading to New Jersey this weekend with friends so I’ll be taking this breath of fresh Spring scents with me!
2nd Kind Beauty Black Obsidian + Charcoal Face Scrub, 1 oz. – Estimated Retail Value $15.00 (Buy 2 oz. for $30.00)
This scrub is suuuuper neat! The directions had me take a dime sized amount to my fingertips and gently massage it onto a damp face. As I massaged it into my skin, it started foaming slightly and turned into a pretty pale grey color. There was some grit in it, but not a dense amount. Just enough to spread around my face. Once I rinsed it off, my face felt almost waxy at first but quickly subsided and left my face feeling quite clean and moisturized. The most prominent scent was the tea tree oil which I’ve always liked. I like how different this scrub is from most and I will get many many uses out of it!
2nd Kind Beauty Ground Coffee + Cocoa Facial Mask, 1 oz. – Estimated Retail Value $9.50 (Buy 2 oz. for $19.00)
After scrubbing, I went ahead and used this coffee + cocoa mask. As you’d expect, it smelled just like both featured ingredients. I added a teaspoon of the powder to the palm of my hand and slowly added tiny amounts of water to form a paste. I then just used my fingertips to spread the dark brown mask onto my skin. I left it on for a little over 10 minutes while I texted my friend and drank a mango beer. Once it dried to a lighter cocoa color (much like the powder itself), I took a damp cloth to rinse it off, leaving tight, squeaky clean skin behind. My skin felt so refreshed, it was beaming. I, of course, added my usual serum and moisturizer afterward before heading to bed.
There’s also a card with directions on how to use both products since there are no directions on the containers.
Sahajan Ayurvedic Blend Nurture Hair Oil, 1.8 oz. – Retail Value $50.00
Since I have thin limp hair, I don’t mess with hair oil at all anymore. Even adding it to my split ends just leaves me looking greasy. Luckily, my coworker and reviewer Megan has gorgeous thick hair that loves to suck up product like this. Her first impressions of this oil containing eclipta alba, amla oil, and coconut oil was that it’s light and smells amazing. She suggests using it only on the ends (even with dry hair) which is good to know even coming from someone with thick hair. She also said it’s a good option to skip conditioning if you don’t have time. It got rid of her frizzies and flyaways and has quickly become her new favorite hair product!
Erin’s Faces Organic Valencia Orange Lip Balm – Retail Value $4.00
There are times when I can get overwhelmed with balms from sub boxes, but it makes sense in this case and I can always give them away or keep them in every corner of my life since I constantly need lip hydration. This one has a really nice citrusy orange scent and hydrates my dried out winter lips well.
Erin’s Faces Fair Trade Tinted Lip Balm – Retail Value $6.50
This is the second tinted balm I’ve received this month but I’m not mad at it at all. I’ve quickly realized that tinted balms are perfect for a minimal makeup look to add a pop of color without going too heavy. I’m loving the blackberry shade since it’s different than my pink pout but still compliments my skin tone.
FitGlow Lumi Firm in Bunny Glow, 5 g – Retail Value $39.00
This highlighter/bronzer is a little darker than I am used to using since I normally go with white or silvery shimmer. This rose gold color was made just for Organic Bunny even though it’s available on the FitGlow site as well. It definitely brings warmth to my otherwise pale complexion and will make a great highlighter for Summer!
Swatches of the tinted balm + lumi firm bronzer.
Saint Cosmetics Blessed in Burgundy Eyeshadow Palette – Retail Value $47.00
I am loving this eyeshadow palette! These are the types of colors I already wear and have a good mix of matte and a little bit of sparkle. I’m really impressed with the pigment of each color and the fallout is non-existent. From top to bottom the colors are “obsessed with peach”, praying for pink”, heavenly ash”, “angels & demons”, and “be naughty”. The only thing I’m a little unsure of is the brush they chose to include (which seems more like a lip brush to me), but I’ll be using some of my own shadow brushes to apply these colors to my lids. So far I’m impressed with these colors and am excited to add it into my cruelty-free and non-toxic makeup collection.
Verdict: Organic Bunny Box really packed in the product this month with nine different items from seven brands that fall under the “clean beauty” umbrella. The palette, tinted balm, and facial scrub were my faves and even though I wasn’t able to put the hair oil to use myself, was able to pass it on to someone who ended up loving it. Overall, I could do with fewer products but this is a great way to try many different natural products at once. Whether you’re just starting to get interested in non-toxic beauty or are a seasoned pro, there are always new brands to discover.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Unfortunately, no but sign up today to get the April box.
Value Breakdown: At $59.00 for this box, you are paying only about $6.56 per item!
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What do you like most from this month’s Organic Bunny Box?