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Target Bloom Into Beauty Box Review – April 2019

Target Bloom Into Beauty April 2019 - Box Front

Target recently offered some new beauty boxes that were available only in your local Target store. UPDATE – The Bloom Into Beauty Box is now available online.

This is a review of the Bloom Into Beauty Box.

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Every month, Target also launches a beauty box online, and it usually sells out very quickly. If you want to make sure you don’t miss out on the next Target Beauty Box, make sure to sign up for the My Subscription Addiction daily newsletter!

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About This Beauty Box

The Box: Target Beauty Box: Bloom Into Beauty

The Cost: $7

The Products:

  • Miss Spa Hydrate Facial Sheet Mask
  • Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula Deep Conditioning Protein Pack
  • up4 Probiotic + Prebiotic Gummies
  • Native Coconut + Vanilla Deodorant

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April 2019 Target Bloom Into Beauty Box Review

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Here is the info sheet for the box.

Target Bloom Into Beauty April 2019 - Coupons Front

We also received some coupons for the included brands.

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Miss Spa Hydrate Facial Sheet Mask – Retail Value $2.99

This sheet mask is fragrance-free and is packed with skin nourishing ingredients like honey extract, niacinamide, avocado oil, vitamin E, and hyaluronic acid. This was like a tall drink of water for my dry skin, and I love that it is nourishing while being unscented.

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Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula Deep Conditioning Protein Pack, 2.1 oz – Retail Value $1.39

I had no idea Palmer’s made hair products, but my hair loves coconut oil so I was all in for this. When I am overdue for a haircut my curls get especially tangled, and this deep conditioner really helped to smooth out my strands. Plus, even though this is a foil packet and I have a lot of hair, there is enough product here for me to use it another two times.

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up4 Probiotic + Prebiotic Gummies, 4 gummies – Buy a jar of 60 gummies for $15.99

I am a simple person at heart- if it tastes good, I want to eat it, and if it tastes bad, I don’t. These probiotic gummies are some of the best tasting gummy supplements I have tried, and since this box came with a $3 off coupon, I’ll be buying a bottle of these the next time I go to Target. Two gummies are one daily serving, and these are vegan and free of the 8 major allergens.

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Native Coconut + Vanilla Deodorant, 0.35 oz – Retail Value $2.99

I am firmly not in the natural deodorant camp, but I like the coconut vanilla scent of this deodorant. This did absolutely nothing to disguise my sweat when I worked out, so I would probably only throw it on when I am relaxing at home with no plans of physical exertion. This is aluminum and paraben-free, but it does have baking soda in it which can irritate sensitive skin.

The Verdict: This box felt a little light since it only had four items in it, but I am happy that the value of the box exceeds the cost (by my math, it adds up to $7.37, not including the cost of the probiotic gummies). If you’re going to use the coupons, additional value is added, but I would recommend picking this up only if you really want to try the included products.

The Wrap Up

Can you get this box if you sign up today? Yes, it’s available here

Value-Breakdown: At $7 for this box you’re paying $1.75 per item.

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Written by Jessica Hapak

Jessica Hapak

I am a staunch believer that pineapple doesn’t belong on pizza and when I’m not working as a family law attorney I enjoy hiking the Louisiana trails (alligator sightings are a favorite!) or relaxing with Duchess, my cat. I’m a sucker for anything labeled a mystery box and I’ve never met a bath bomb I didn’t like.

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Comments (12)

  1. I didn’t know Palmer’s had items for hair either. I discovered that my hair likes coconut when I bought a one off box from Cocotique. I will have to check out Palmer’s. My hair is so dry right now. Thanks for the info.

  2. Disappointing box

  3. I am Lmao at the fact that anyone actually paid for this box.

  4. Foil packets? weird. This is getting on Walmart level… The in-store boxes last year were so amazing, that I bough a few each. (i know these are online now).

  5. I’m sad. I bought this and 2 other Target beauty boxes and my post office delivered the large box with three inside to someone else on my route. This happens so often now thay, I’m cancelling all my monthly subs that I can.

  6. Would agree the deodorant has zero staying power and also agree that Target’s boxes are abysmal compared to the boxes from a year or two ago. They should save their efforts and hand these items out in the stores as free samples.

  7. The Target boxes are available online now. You guys posted it yesterday I believe.

  8. I’ve noticed Target has really been trying to drive people in store. So many of the promotions I see on site these days have only been valid with the in-store order pickup option. That really awesome Smartly store brand that’s so budget-friendly is only available in store (no shipping option on the website). And of course the Cartwheel deals. They absolutely know that people are impulse buyers who will spend twice what they planned to if they get them to walk into a store. There’s so much that immediately grabs your attention when you walk in (Hello, Dollar Spot!).

    That’s sort of how I feel about the in-store beauty boxes. They are typically more expensive than they should be for the number of items you get in them. But maybe people in store are buying impulsively instead of comparing price? (Though I know these often hit the website at some point).

    • On the flip side, check your prices. Cerave is less expensive if you buy online . So, I order online and pick up in store, or get a price adjustment at customer service.

    • I agree that does seem to be the plan, but you can actually use Cartwheel online now. They rolled out that feature a few months ago.

  9. I wonder if Target will sell any of these boxes at $7. This is such a miss. Come on Target. Only 4 products in a box?

  10. Wow. Target has really gone downhill.

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