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Safe & Chic Mystery Boxes – Available Now!


Safe & Chic has one-time-purchase mystery boxes available now!

Safe & Chic is an online beauty store that offers beauty products free from toxins, parabens and other dangerous chemicals.

The Box: Safe & Chic Mystery Beauty Box

The Cost:

  • Box A – $100 retail value for $50
  • Box B – $150 retail value for $75
  • Box C – $200 retail value for $100

The Products: “Full size products only, no samples or travel sizes”

Good to know:

To make your mystery box a bit more personalized, please answer the questions below -In the note section of your order, or if you forget you can email us at [email protected]

If we do not receive answers to the following questions we will just surprise you.

  1. Skincare: Do you have dry, oily, or combination skin?
  2. Cosmetics: Do you wear makeup?
  3. Hair Care: do you have dry, normal or an oily scalp?

(Not guaranteed items out of each of the questions above. Each month is different on what is offered and available to be included in the boxes. You will never get the same mystery box, even if you buy two in one month- guaranteed to be unique)

Will you be grabbing a Safe & Chic Mystery Beauty Box?

Written by MSA


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Comments (6)

  1. Ooh this is really tempting, but my scalp hates nearly every shampoo! Anything which foams, even the “natural” stuff. Probably not worth the risk of getting full size hair stuff at around $30 an item I wouldn’t use!

    • With boxes like that, I guarantee that a big piece of the value would be a cleanser. I have about 15 cleansers already. At this price, I need to know what I’m getting. And I don’t want hair items either.

    • You can probably request no shampoos since you fill out preferences in the notes field. Sorry for enabling 🙂

    • I’ve purchased this mystery box before, and Katy’s right… you can indicate you’re not interested in receiving hair products, and I’m sure they’ll honor your request. When I got my box, I indicated that I’m only interested in skincare, but if a makeup item must be included that I’m really only into mascara. They listened(!), and my box included:

      Kypris Antioxidant Dew ($72 value)
      Odacite Oleosomes Time Release Delivery Cream ($68 value)
      W3LL People Expressionist Mascara ($22 value)

      Needless to say, I was super happy with my box! 🙂

      Just a few notes: Back when I purchased my box (late 2017), it was a flat $75… there were no options for types of boxes to choose from at different price points like they have now. Your products will not come in the black box shown, but just in a mailing box (all securely wrapped) (I was pretty bummed when I didn’t get that beautiful box). Safe & Chic always has these mystery boxes available, but every once in a while they will send an email about them probably to remind people about them, which is probably what prompted MSA to post about it (it is a nice reminder though!). If you look at MSA’s prior posts about this box, you can see what others’ got in their boxes too! 🙂

      • Thanks for the info!

    • Anne, your scalp sounds just as troublesome as mine! I had chemical allergy testing done and found out I’m severely allergic to Cocamidopropyl Betaine (Coco-Betaine) and sensitive to Decyl Glucoside, two of the most common surfactants found in cleansing products (especially “natural” or “gentle” lines). A surprising number of people have sensitivities to these more “natural” chemicals. I’ve spent hours (literally) pulling every shampoo off of the shelves at Target/CVS/Sally’s/ULTA to read labels, not to mention countless hours searching online, trying to find shampoos without CMPB and DG. I’ve only found a handful that fit the bill. Have you ever had allergy testing?
      I agree that these mystery boxes can be a bummer when you receive them only to not be able to use the products. My friends love raiding my “allergic-to” stash. 🙂

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