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Nosejoy Subscription Box “Lemon Squeezy” Review + Coupon – June 2019

Christen Russo
ByChristen RussoJul 5, 2019 | 4 comments

4.1 overall rating
7 Ratings | 2 Reviews

Nosejoy is a monthly subscription for home and body fragrances of all sorts. Each month, you'll get 4-5 scented products, such as candles, lotions, and more.

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

About Nosejoy

The Subscription Box: Nosejoy

The Cost: $34.95 per month + free shipping

ACTIVE DEAL: Save $5 off your first box!

The Products: 4-5 scented home and body items with a fun theme.

Ships to: The US only

Nosejoy June 2019 "Lemon Squeezy" Review

Nosejoy usually sends a welcome card with a note from the sub's curator and an info slip that gives a little description of each item in your box. Emily's note has so much personality this month! I love this little reminder that there's a human behind this box, and that she's putting her heart into giving us subscribers a great experience. I never had much of a draw to lemon until I became pregnant and my craving for it made itself cozy for good. I still love it so much—both the taste and smell!

Herland Home Solar Eclipse Candle, 8 oz — Retail Value $11.00

This is the second Herland Home candle I've received in a Nosejoy box, and both times I've been so impressed. I truly appreciate that the label on the front of it is simple and artful, instead of having a brand name smacked on there. That's such a tasteful decision on the part of the maker, isn't it? The previous one I received is long gone, so I'm thrilled to put this candle right where the other one was, next to a plant in my bathroom! This candle is vegan, phthalate-free, and uses a hemp wick. And, its scent is lovely and lemon-ish, as you would hope!

Herban Essentials Lemon Essential Oil Towelettes, 7 count — Retail Value $7

Now that I have a baby on board, I have a new appreciation for wipes! It's astounding the amount of uses that arise for them. And, though we use water wipes that don't have all kinds of junk added in, sometimes after wiping my whole family's hands or faces with one, I feel like they could use an extra boost of cleanliness. I'm fairly new to the concept of cleaning with essential oils and to be candid I don't fully understand how it works, but I have a few casual friends who swear by it so it's on my list to research. These wipes are large, soft, and smell incredible!

Pinch Me Sun Therapy Dough, 3 oz. — Listed Value $14.95 (10 oz. jar found here for $24.99)

I really appreciate that Nosejoy's curator, Emily, includes different versions of products that she has sent us before, spread out over the year so we don't get too much of a stockpile built up. It's a treat to receive a product I have already tried and enjoyed—the familiarity is a nice experience. I was so hesitant to ruin the perfectly imprinted "pinch me" text the first time around and let my jar of therapy dough sit for weeks before digging in. This time around I took a deep breath and took the plunge—with photo proof! Gosh, it's so satisfying. The scent is truly lovely, too. This dough is way more stress-relieving than a stress ball! I love it so much!

This slip was included, offering more info on storage and charitable efforts by Pinch Me.

Soprano Labs Poppy Seed Lemon Vegan Soap — Retail Value $10.00

I love a good bar of soap! I don't have the immediate need for this one, but it's a great small-batch one made from organic vegetable- and essential oils. The poppy seeds are great natural exfoliators. Bars of soap are good to have on hand for small gifts, and I always feel confident giving them, because everyone uses soap!

Verdict: June was another great month for Nosejoy! Lemony scents are pretty straightforward, so there wasn't much variation from the theme this time around, but like I mentioned before, I love citrus smells, so I was happy! This month's four items added up to $42.95, which exceeds the box cost of $34.95. I find that to be a very good value, especially since it's so well curated and saves me the hard work of finding small businesses I want to support!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your subscription will start with the July box. Sign up by the 15th to get that month's box. 

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Value Breakdown: This box costs $34.95 + free shipping, which means that each of the 4 items in the box has an average cost of $8.74. Here's how it breaks down approximately per item:

  • Candle: $8.95
  • Towelettes: $5.70
  • Dough: $12.17
  • Soap: $8.14

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Christen Russo
Christen Russo

Hi there, I'm Christen! I've been writing with MSA since 2017. I am all sorts of things: a writer, a mother, an outdoors-lover, a low-maintenance self-carer, and general hungry person.

You'll find me collecting stationery and squirreling away stickers, riding bikes and swimming with my family, creating outfits in earth tones and flowy silhouettes that make me feel amazing, wearing big earrings, drinking beer and asking my husband to feed me harmonies to sing, taking my vitamins, living for live music, roping everyone into a craft, being human and vulnerable, and celebrating the phenomenon of being alive.

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Please be cautious in using the wipes if/ when you or any little ones are or will be outside. Lemon essential oil – and all citrus oils – are extremely phototoxic, which can essentially mean burning MUCH more quickly & also making certain sun- related rashes much more possible.
I am NOT saying they are a bad product – they actually sound really great for the right circumstances- but they definitely should have a warning on them for use prior to/ during sun exposure, in which the only safe usage would be to apply sufficient sunscreen immediately after use (& truthfully there would still be some risk, so I likely just wouldn’t use outdoors, especially on children).
Hope the info helps!

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That soap must smell amazing, it has a nice blend of essential oils. It would have been in my shower the same day! But I have about 10 bars of handmade soap in my bathroom. So much nicer than chemical filled products.

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That therapy dough is interesting. I’ve never heard of such a product. How did you use it? Do you squeeze it in your hand or “play” with it to relieve stress?

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Emily McBride

Hi! Emily, box owner here. Yes… you play with it to relieve stress. Or for any reason at all! I keep a jar of it in my purse and have another at my desk. The texture is not sticky, and kind of light and airy compared to play dough or clay. First of all, it has a pleasant scent which is immediately relaxing. You take it out and move it around in your hands however you see fit, and the smell along with the satisfying feeling of manipulating the dough makes you feel good. I can see how this sounds silly… but it’s true! I’ve seen other brands around, but Pinch Me is the best.

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