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The Beauty Report Jet Set Box Review – April 2019

Jessica Hapak
ByJessica HapakMay 1, 2019 | 26 comments

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Box Front

New Beauty just released some new Beauty Report boxes available on Amazon! If you aren’t familiar, The Beauty Report is a part of the New Beauty Test Tube brand, which MSA readers voted one of the Best Beauty Subscription Boxes of 2019! (These are single-purchase boxes and will not start a subscription.)

This is a review of the Jet Set Box, which is currently available for purchase!

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Open Box Front

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

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - All Contents Front

About This Beauty Report Box

The Box: Beauty Report: Jet Set Box

The Cost: $24.95

The Products:

  • AHAVA DeadSea Water Hand Cream
  • Jane Iredale Just Kissed Lip & Cheek Stain
  • Pour Moi Climate-Smart Desert Day Cream
  • Tizo Photoceutical AM Replenisher
  • Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Gold Eye Masks
  • Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C
  • Juice Beauty Hydrating Mist
  • DeoDoc Daily Intimate Wash
  • Living Proof Triple Detox Shampoo

The Beauty Report Jet Set Box Review

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Info Card Front

Here is the info sheet for the items included.

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - AHAVA Dead Sea Water Hand Cream Front

AHAVA Dead Sea Water Hand Cream, 1.3 oz – Estimated Value $9.18 (buy the 3.4 oz version for $24)

This is a good quality hand cream that moisturizes without leaving my hands greasy. While I like it, I find it to be a little boring and I wish one of the scented versions were included instead.

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - jane Iredale Just Kissed Lip and Cheek Stain in Forever Pink Front

jane iredale Just Kissed Lip and Cheek Stain in Forever Pink, tiny tube – Estimated Value $5? (buy the full-size version for $25)

This is one of those products that I love receiving in beauty subscription boxes because I just cannot bring myself to purchase the full-size version- but I LOVE the subtle wash of pink it gives to my lips. There was no size listed for this tiny, tiny tube, so I pulled the value from Liz’s guestimation in her April 2018 Birchbox review.

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Pour Moi Climate-Smart Desert Day Cream Box FrontNew Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Pour Moi Climate-Smart Desert Day Cream Front

Pour Moi Climate-Smart Desert Day Cream, 1 oz – Retail Value $35

This antioxidant-packed moisturizer was formulated specifically for hot and dry climates to help prevent trans-epidermal water loss. I like that this has Squalane on the ingredients list along with hyaluronic acid, and I will be passing this along to family back in Arizona because Louisiana definitely is not a dry climate- we have all the humidity.

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Tizo AM Replenish SPF 40 Untinted Front

Tizo AM Replenish SPF 40 Untinted, 1 oz – Retail Value $41

I am SO stoked that this $25 kit included a full-size $41 sunscreen- I got this in the Spring Beauty Report box and really loved it. This moisturizer with SPF is made with 16% zinc oxide, ceramides, and vitamins C and E. I was impressed with how it sank into my skin when I applied it- it wasn’t hard to rub in like some sunscreens, and it left my skin looking smoother and feeling softer (with no white cast). Even though I have about fifty sunscreen options scattered across my apartment, since receiving this one this is the one I have been reaching for every morning.

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Gold Eye Masks Front

Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Gold Eye Masks, 1 pair – Estimated Value $4.17 (buy a box of 6 pairs for $25)

These pop up in subscription boxes frequently, but I am not mad about it- wearing a metallic gold eye mask is always fun. These are designed to brighten, hydrate, and reduce the appearance of dark circles. In terms of results, I don’t think these are the most impressive, but I am happy with the added nourishment this gives the area under my eyes (I like to wear these while I am applying my eye makeup to catch any potential fallout).

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C FrontNew Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C Open

Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C, 2 servings – Buy a box with 30 servings for $32.95

I have been curious about trying these - I have been seeing them around Instagram! I think including a vitamin C supplement is a great idea for a jet-set themed box - I always try to use immune support supplements when I fly. These packets have a goo that doesn’t really have a flavor, and you add it to a small amount of water before tossing it back.

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Juice Beauty Hydrating Mist Front

Juice Beauty Hydrating Mist, 1 oz – Retail Value $10

This mist is made with grapeseed oil, rosehip, and ylang-ylang to add a boost of hydration and glow to your skin. This is perfect for tossing in my purse for on-the-go hydration, and I found the mist to be refreshing.

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - AHAVA Dead Sea Water Hand Cream Front

DeoDoc Daily Intimate Wash, 1.2 oz – Estimated Value $6.88 (buy the 3.4 oz version for $19.50)

I think this is a great inclusion for a box with a jet-set theme- sometimes with travel, especially if I have been sitting for a long time, I just feel gross when I finally reach my destination. This wash is fragrance-free, developed with a gynecologist, and gentle. It checks all the boxes for me!

New Beauty Jet Set April 2019 - Living Proof Triple Detox Shampoo Front

Living Proof Triple Detox Shampoo, 1 oz – Estimated Value $6.50 (buy the 2 oz version for $13)

I think Living Proof as a whole is a reputable haircare brand, and I am impressed with this shampoo. It is designed to remove buildup from the three main causes (product, pollution, and hard water), and it gives a thorough cleanse of my scalp without making it feel drier - impressive for a detoxing shampoo! I have an especially dry scalp, and I was happy with how gentle and effective this was for me

The Verdict: I was so excited to see that New Beauty came out with these limited edition boxes - I have really loved every single box they have produced! The Jet Set box is no exception, and I am stoked to have another tube of the Tizo sunscreen along with almost everything you need to make traveling way easier. Value-wise, I calculated a total value of $117.73 for everything except the supplements, which absolutely blows the $24.95 cost of the box out of the water.

To Wrap Up:

Can you get this box if you sign up today? Yes, as of publication, all three boxes New Beauty recently launched are available for purchase. Learn more about each box here!

Value Breakdown: This box costs $24.95 + free shipping, which means that each of the 9 items in the box has an average cost of $2.77.

Check out more Beauty Report Box reviews and the best beauty subscription boxes fo 2019, as recommended by our readers!

What do you think of the Beauty Report Jet Set box? Do you have any tricks you recommend for falling asleep?

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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Thanks, Jessica, I loved all three boxes and found a use for everything. I can’t say that about most boxes and am disappointed that they have all sold out except for the sleep box.

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Thanks, Jessica, this is the box I did not get (bought the other two). After your review I am tempted to buy it as I think it is great value and I always need sunscreen.

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Hi Jessica! Are you going to review the other 2 boxes? I would love to see them reviewed. Also, if I remember correctly, you have oily skin. How did the Tizo sunscreen work under makeup? I have a trip coming up and the size is perfect for travel, but wondering how it will work under the makeup. Thanks!

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Great review Jessica! I got the Tizo sunscreen in the Spring report box and I agree, it is very good. I noticed that it doesn’t feel like I am suffocating my skin like most sunscreens and gives me better coverage than my powder spf. Is the tinted one just as good? While the value isn’t as great as the Spring box, I may just pick this up for another sunscreen and save over buying the Tizo alone.

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Tanya M

Jessica, you talked me into this box with the review. I have the aging assist one but this one seems amazing too! Thank you.

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I was just investigating this box earlier so I appreciated the review! Great work!

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Melissa W.

I read about this box and was looking for it like 2 weeks ago, but couldn’t find it anywhere. I guess it just wasn’t for sale yet, but now looking at the spoilers, I might have to pass. I already have the Vitamin C, hand cream, the eye mask and hydrating mist and the Tizo sunscreen seems to be mostly made up of silicones, which make me breakout and cause lots of blackheads. The only product that has my interest is the desert day cream but it has way to many fillers in it. I guess this just isn’t the box for me after all..

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Isn’t that TIZO a tinted version?

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Yes, this Tizo is the tinted version. For some reason my past comment about this didn’t post.. I was suggesting to Jessica that this be corrected, to keep someone from buying the box who wanted the untinted version?

In answer to another question, I like this tinted version but it does pill a bit and the untinted does not.

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It is a different Tizo than we received in the Sprint Beauty Report box, and yes, it is tinted. Jessica, could you correct? Hate to have someone buy it for the untintes version

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Melissa W.

My reply was for Lori about the Squalane oil.. I’m not sure why I cannot reply to someone anymore. I hit reply under the persons name and it just comes up as a top comment rather than under the persons comment?

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Melissa W.

Most companies now use plant based…

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Yay! Very good to know…that opens up some products I was avoiding. Thanks everyone for the info, love this community 🙂

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For those interested, Squalane is a by-product of shark fishing, often done illegally and including endangered species. Activists advise avoiding products with this ingredient.

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There is also plant derived squalane. You would probably need to contact the company directly to find out which type they use. The Ordinary sells a great plant derived one and it’s a great price.

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Jessica Hapak

Hi Lori!
My understanding is that squalEne comes from sharks, and squalAne comes from plants. It’s commonly derived from olives, for example!

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Squalane is derived from squalene. Squalene can come from plant sources like olives, as well as shark liver. But nothing has squalane, in that chemical structure, naturally. Squalene isn’t chemically stable enough to be an ingredient, so it’s always slightly modified into squalane.


Squalane is derived by hydrogenation of squalene, and is said to be more stable & not subject to auto-oxidation as well as being colorless & odorless.
So the A & E tiny distinction is not for distinguishing whether it’s from sharks or plant derived (usually olives).
The sad part is, because the production cost of the plant derived is higher, they passed off the sharks one as plant derived. 😥


Wow, thank you, that’s a tiny but very important distinction! I appreciate any info that helps me be a more conscientious consumer. Great review, as always, btw!


For what it’s worth, squalane is also found in plants. For example, I use a plant-derived squalane oil on my face and I love it – but I wouldn’t use it if it was came from sharks. It’s worth checking the source in any given product.

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Yikes. Thanks for the info.

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Ahava Cream does have a smell. Very nice smell actually.

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That’s what I was thinking. I have the 8 1/2 ounce bottle of the Water one and it smells amazing just like the rest of their products. I love Ahava lotions.

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It reminds me of shampoo.

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Hi Jessica! It looks like you accidentally inserted the pic of the Ahava hand cream in place of the DeoDoc feminine wash. 🙂

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Maybe alternate use for the cream? 😉

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