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Sunday Riley Subscription Box Fall 2019 FULL SPOILERS!

We have the FULL spoilers for the latest Sunday Riley box – the Sleep Edit. (This box will be available for purchase or subscription on October 24th.)

A good night’s rest is an essential part of wellness, and Sunday Riley knows the importance of a solid nightly routine. Whether you are getting ready for a full eight-hours or catching a few Zzzs ahead of a busy day, the Sunday Riley Sleep Box has everything you need to elevate your nighttime ritual. Only here you will find our new and exclusive Sunday Riley product: Slumber Party Deep Sleep Pillow Spray. This naturally scented mist contains lemon verbena, lavender, petitgrain, and neroli extracts to promote relaxation and more restful sleep.

Our cult-favorite Luna Sleeping Night Oil and Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment work together to exfoliate and smooth the look of lines and wrinkles while you sleep. Auto Correct Brightening and Depuffing Eye Contour Cream instantly hydrates and brightens and reduces the look of tired, puffy eyes.

After completing your skincare routine, apply Sachajuan Over Night Hair Repair to strengthen hair and boost hydration and shine. Grab your Luna Weighted Blanket and Slip Silk Sleep Mask to ensure you sleep comfortably and undisturbed. Hang your handmade dreamcatcher made by Navajo artist Mae Stone to maintain positive energy and dreams in your bedroom. Not quite ready to doze off? The Sunday Edit Sleep Edition is your guide to perfect sleep and includes a personalized Sunday Riley nighttime skincare routine, a dream log, and more!

The Sleep Edit Sunday Riley box includes:

Sunday Riley’s Sleep Essentials:
• Slumber Party Deep Sleep Pillow Spray 50 mL ($15)
• Luna Sleeping Night Oil 15 mL ($55)
• Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment 5 mL ($15)
• Auto Correct Brightening and Depuffing Eye Contour Cream 3 mL ($13)

The Sunday Edit’s top picks for better sleep:
• Sunday Edit, Sleep Edition Guide ($15)
• Sachajuan, Over Night Hair Repair 100 mL ($50)
• Luna, Weighted Blanket 5 lb ($67) (FYI –  the 5 pound blanket in the box is a custom blanket made specifically for Sunday Riley that retails for $67, it is not the child size blanket that retails on the Luna website.)
• Slip, Silk Sleep Mask ($50)
• Dreamcatcher.com, Dream Catcher by Mae Stone ($21)

More info on this box:

The Subscription Box: Sunday Riley Subscription Box (FYI this box is not available for purchase yet)

The Cost: $95

Good to know: The box will be available on October 24th

What do you think of the spoilers? Check out our reviews of the Sunday Riley box to see what you can expect from this box.


Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

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Comments (141)

  1. I am actually very excited about this box. I have not bought the SR sub box before but I like the theme and think it is well curated. I have product overload so I appreciate non skincare items.

    I am a super sensitive sleeper. I do not like light and have to use a sleep mask every night because I have to leave a light on outside my room for the kiddo. I bought multiples of the one PS had a while back during a sale. I, also, cannot stand it when smells from cooking linger and use pillow spray to block out that distraction.

    I am thrilled to try a weighted blanket and am actually glad it is only 5 lbs because my kiddo tends to come into my bed at night. Speaking of which, the kiddo has been asking for a dream catcher so that works out!

    I always need more hair care products. I have not tried the oil but I will give it go. I know I like the Good Genes and always need more eye stuff but happy they are not full size because of the before mentioned product overload.

    Overall, I think it is a good value for the price if these are the types of products that you are into. Which luckily I am!

    • I second everything you said….. just bought it and quite excited about it!!!! 🙂

  2. Just ordered! I’m running low on Luna oil and have been wanting to try a weighted blanket!

    • I LOVE my weighted blanket! Best investment

    • We would love to hear more when you get your box, Kate!

  3. I really like this box! Unfortunately, I cannot justify the price tag to myself in order to get it. Maybe I can find some of the items on trade boards.

  4. I’ve been waiting to see spoilers and I am super happy with the items. Can’t wait to get my box! (Not a SR employee, just a satisfied customer)

    • 😂😂😂I see what you did there LMAO

  5. I guess I’m in the minority about this box. It’s not my favorite, but it’s not cringeworthy. I love the luna oil and am happy to get this size, which is not sample sized contrary to what others have said. You can buy this size in the store and it’s only $10 less than the $65 full size Tidal they sent in the last box. The larger size oil lasted me 6 months, so this ought to last me almost 3. I like having these small sizes of good genes for travel. I’m also glad to be able to try the eye cream without it being a full-sized hero item to see if I like it. It’s a generous sample size that will last long enough for a fair trial. I’m actually most excited for the pillow spray as I just ran out of my samples of This Works spray from other boxes. The silk sleep mask will be better for 2nd day hair. And though a 15 lb blanket is what’s suggested for my weight, I think that might feel really strange. This way I can try a light version and then see if getting a heavier one is something I’d be interested in. I don’t get subscription boxes for things I truly need and I expect inflated retail values (though I do laugh at them). So if like one great, if I don’t, I’m not going to be mad. There are plenty of options out there, especially now with advent calendars galore. I don’t get the negativity!

  6. I emailed SR about the size of the blanket a couple of days ago and just received the following response,

    “The blanket in the upcoming subscription box is 48 x 72, and was custom made for us by the manufacturer. We hope this helps- please let us know if you have any further questions or if we can assist you with managing your subscription or placing an order.”

    Hope this helps.

    • Great info – thanks for sharing!!

  7. I may be the minority, but I’m excited about this box. I love SR products (regardless of the reviews). My skin glows now, love it. I’m excited about the blanket. I have a 15lb one, but it hurts my lower back. I’ve wondered if a lighter one would help, so now I can see.

  8. I’m not sure what it says about us that so many people are ‘meh’ about the fake reviews. It’s sad that we expect to be deceived by businesses and are willing to accept it.

    • I completely agree. This company is dishonest and the systematic policy of forcing staff to post fake reviews is despicable. There are a lot of good brands out there and this one no longer deserves my support – or anyone’s IMHO.

      • I think the “problem” is: do you know for a fact those other good brands you support aren’t doing the same thing or hiring a marketing team to do it for them? Have they just not been caught yet? I don’t think anyone thinks this is OK (at least I hope not)…the problem is that so many are jaded into just accepting everyone does it. Buyer beware and do your own research instead of relying on “influencers.”

      • And, for the record, SR doesn’t seem to agree with my skin so I’ve never even gotten this box and don’t buy from the brand….lol

      • Their CEO Serum made me break out terribly. The full size that came in Allure.. man, can’t remember if that was this year or late last year, lol. But I remember the breakout I had from it. Took a while to get my skin back to normal. I don’t break out normally. I don’t understand why S.R. stuff is so incredibly expensive, too. I’m sure they are not the only company doing these fake reviews. I can think of some makeup companies who have done that. It is disgusting. Products can stand for themselves. It is pure greed on a company’s part to just boost sales.

      • @Linda: yep, that CEO “serum” (that’s more like a lotion for my oily skin) made me break out horribly too. I ended up using it on my neck/chest where it did less harm. LOL. I have used their A+ retinol serum without issue but I just prefer other brands…

      • This so much! Don’t think people realize how many companies actually do this. Just recently it came out that Drunk Elephant forces their influencers to post positive reviews or they delete them from the PR list. One influencer posted questions And concerns from customers in her video and they took her off the PR list for it. They have also been caught starting drama under fake accounts on other brands pages. I could go on and on about the shady stuff they have done. I guarantee Sunday Riley isn’t the only brand that does this they just got caught. Nothing on the internet is trust worth.

      • I completely agree with you! That is why i try to keep a open mind about brands and there products. Sure, i read the reviews, but i also look at the ingredients to see if certain things will interfere with products i am currently using and if i am looking for a product that is specifically for my skincare routine than i look at different brands and compare ingredients and prices. Like for example i have tried The Ordinary skin care, Inkey and some different lower cost products, and then Sunday Riley, Caudaile, Drunk Elephant ect., the more pricey brands. The way i look at it, is if it works well with my skin and does what it is supposed to do, than i am happy, regardless if it is cheaper or expensive, i cant always buy the high-end products so i see what is out there all the way around. Honestly, i really like It Cosmetics, i love there cleanser and gel moisturiser and with the Sunday Riley products, my skin looks really good but i think that even if i didnt use the SR products, my skin would look good with the It Cosmetics. In fact i noticed my skin looking alot better after i started using the It brand. I know they are not super cheap either but i can always find a good deal and buy them cheaper.(sorry to keep carrying on, lol)
        I am sure every cosmetic company has skeletons in there closet and are not innocent either. Regardless of what Sunday Riley did, some of her products work for me and i know, i am still going to use them.

      • So much this. And I hope this doesn’t offend anyone, but I actually think it’s a bit naive to believe that so many other companies don’t do this exact same thing. I’m not saying it’s right – it definitely isn’t – but given the prevalence of the practice I can’t help but be shocked that so many people are shocked about this news.

    • Frankly it’s exhausting to “cancel” every brand or product that does something I disagree with. I do my best to be a responsible consumer but I have to pick my battles.

  9. I was counting down the days till this box dropped and now I’m just bummed out. There’s too many things I just wont use and the eye mask and dream catcher feel like such filler items to me. If Fall is dropping in October, looks like we won’t see Winter until January maybe?

    • These are themed boxes not seasonal. The theme is sleep, not Fall. So the mask and dream catcher do fit the theme.

      • I know they’re theme-centered and not season-centered (and I do love that concept). I just find those items to be fillers, I would’ve loved other sleep-centered options. Not a bad box, just not one I can justify buying when there’s too many things I won’t use.

      • I’ll buy your box if it’s still unused!

  10. Mmmm Sunday Riley is overpriced junk. Faking reviews is pretty lame, but lying about your education too (oh yes she did!) Worse.
    T R A S H. Expected more from a supposedly wise business woman.

  11. I’m happy with this box! I’ve canceled most of my other boxes. I’m keeping this one.
    The news story is old news. Maybe since I’ve known about it for so long it’s not shocking. All I know is I love their products.

  12. I came very close to cancelling if the blanket was child size but now that I know it will be normal size, I am pretty satisfied with the look of this box. I love the Luna oil and have purchased it a few times before and am happy to try the hair treatment. Still have some Auto Correct from the last box. Was not my fav but I haven’t really found an eye cream that works for me. Looking forward to trying the blanket too. I’ve received a few sleep masks in sun boxes so not hugely excited about the silk mask, but I feel that these boxes are well curated. I love that they typically have a theme associated with them and the items are usually high quality. My favorite theme was the love box and I still use the robe that came with it all the time.

    As far as the review thing goes, it is a little disturbing but I think that is just how marketing works these days and while I probably tried SR initially due to the great reviews, I also feel that in my opinion they have lived up to the hype.

    • 5 lb is still only for a body weight of 50 lbs.

  13. I am glad one of the users of this site posted the actions of Sunday Riley. Thanks for doing that to make sure we are informed.

    • This happened several years ago.

    • And it was mostly a Sephora issue, in case you were implying MSA should have posted about something that happened several years ago, before the company was sold and before they had a sub box. And it wasn’t that highly publicized then, I just happened to see it on some skincare IG accounts when it occurred.

      • It wasn’t that long ago.

      • It was this year.

      • It wasn’t this year I found an article from early last year about it. They just had a ruling in the case. That’s why we’re hearing about it now.

      • It occurred between 2015 and 2017, and came to light in October 2018. So no, it wasn’t this year, but thanks.

      • Well maybe not same year but within the last year 😑

  14. 1. Out of all the companies that were accused of requesting glowing reviews from influencers and employees Sunday Riley was the ONLY to fess up; let alone respond.
    2. I’m excited for this box. I will use all but the hair stuff.
    3. Why has this place become a Mecca for Debbie Downers and such negativity? And if someone is positive they’re accused of being paid off?
    4. I’m paying for this box myself and I don’t work for Sunday Riley.

    • This is so true, most of these companies do the same thing but just haven’t been caught. It’s actually hilarious that people think Sunday Riley are the only ones.

    • Amen! I’m excited to order this box too! (And I don’t work for Sunday Riley Andy will be buying my own lol)

    • Mmm hmm! MSA and Reddit have become cesspools of negativity. I’ve put myself on self imposed hiatuses from both, but find myself back on MSA because I appreciate the hard work that Liz and team do and feel they deserve support. I have not returned to Reddit and avoid sub box social media pages, because they are so bad, too. I have to do better about reading comment sections here, though. I find them so exhausting and it puts me in a grumpy mood.

      As far as fake reviews go… It happens all the time in most industries and works both ways. Competitors often write fake BAD reviews too. I think it’s always best not to rely on other’s opinions of things too much. You might be missing out on something that could have been amazing for you, because Becky’s 2nd cousin from Toledo said it sucked 🙂 I think that the whole practice of fake reviews is super silly and wish it didn’t happen, but it is what it is.

      And people roasting people/calling people an employee for giving a positive review when other people have a negative opinion? That’s just silly, too.

      • I totally agree with your comment. I too do not understand all the negativity. All the bashing is getting out of control. If you don’t like something, don’t buy it. If a product doesn’t agree with you, why can’t you just say it doesn’t agree with you and not drag the product (and even the company) through the mud? A bad reaction on you does not a bad product make. And the value? They are giving you MSRP. Sure you can find a sale but the value is what it is. If you don’t care for the product it doesn’t mean it has no value. Sunday Riley would like to get as much product into your hands as possible so you can try them. They can’t give you everything in full size. What if they always gave you one product full size instead of multiple smaller ones and that one product does not agree with you or you don’t like it? Then you got nothing! Sub boxes should be fun. If you don’t like them, just don’t buy them. They are not mandatory.

  15. I almost bought a Slip silk mask with a gift card, so seeing one in this box made me beyond happy. For someone who suffers from migraines, I’m done with the cheap sleep eye masks that can be scratchy or apply unwanted pressure on my face or (god forbid) let light in. The 8 other items in the box for just an additional $35 are icing on the cake for me.

    • Hear hear. Slip eye masks are really Crème de la Creme. That is one of the items in the “pro” column for this box.

  16. So I have been getting this box from the very start. However I just hit cancel after seeing these spoilers. I am just not feeling this box. Besides, my 3 year old is terrified of his room, so winds up sleeping with me most nights. No amount of special “sleep items” in a subscription box can help me get more sleep.

    • Oof, mom to mom, I feel your pain. Hang in there 💕

      • And another mom to mom(s), I too feel your pain. When I saw the theme of this box, I thought to myself, is there a genie in there that will fix my almost 3 yr old? Cause that’s the only thing that’s gonna help me! 🤣😭😭😭

  17. This has been my favorite box this year but this one does feel much lighter value-wise. If there was just one more thing (maybe instead of the dream catcher) or if the SR items were full size?

  18. I’m not excusing Sunday Riley AT ALL but I hope people don’t trust the reviews in their products any less than they trust any other Sephora reviews. From vox.com:

    Sunday Riley is likely not alone here. “This happens a lot. Sephora puts the pressure on brands — they really ‘encourage’ reviews,” says a beauty industry source who wished to remain anonymous so as not to jeopardize their relationship with Sephora and beauty brands. “When you have a new launch, the sales will increase with a ton of good reviews. I do want to reiterate how common this practice for brands is. Sunday Riley just got caught. I’m not defending it, but it’s a vicious cycle.”

    • So very true. SR gets a lot of heat cause they fessed up, but there are countless other big-name brands that do it, too. Not saying SR is less guilty, but there are others that continue to do this and fly completely under the radar.

  19. I understand all the negative comments about the fake reviews. Though we all know that other companies do the same thing, this one just got caught. Not making excuses for them in any way. But the products do work well for my skin. I think it looks like a nice box.

    • Not excusing them either but I don’t see why fake reviews were needed. They’re actually good products – great for me anyway. I mean I’ve put off a car repair because I wanted to make sure I had enough money to replace my empty Tidal jar.

      I’m sure other companies do this as well but I was never one to look at the positive reviews first. I find it weird when everyone’s gushing about something. It makes me suspicious. Always go to the negatives first and work backwards.

      They got me hooked when I received a sample from a Sephora order and saw how clear and luminous my skin looked after just a week of use. I’m not one to spend $65 lightly. So it wasn’t the reviews that got me but the actual product performing beyond my expectations. That’s better marketing than fake reviews I think.

      • that is 100% what I do I start with the lowest reviews first and then decide do I really need this product haha

      • Ha! That is exactly what I do when I read all reviews, start with the 1 stars and move up!

      • You have to be careful with that too, because competitor’s have been known to write fake bad reviews :/. I start in the middle and try to get a general consensus or ask friends that I know I can trust to give me a straight up opinion.

  20. Are we sure that it is a 5 lbs blanket and not the different one? The Luna website lists the regular price for the kids 5 lbs at 49.99, the full size 15 lbs at 64.99, and the queen 10 lbs at 69.99.

    Can we get some clarification on this?

    • I’ve updated the post. Here’s the new info from the Sunday Riley team:

      The 5 pound blanket in the box is a custom blanket made specifically for us that retails for $67, it is not the child size blanket that retails on the Luna website.

      • Can you find out what size it is?

      • Thank you so much!

  21. The blanket size is obviously a typo. I’m pretty sure it’s the 15 lb blanket which retails for that price.

    Also, I have worked for a sales/marketing firm that would bolster comments and reviews for clients. It’s not a new thing. Unfortunately for SR they got caught doing what firms like ours are paid good money to do in a competitive billion dollar beauty industry. In fact, some of our clients made vitamins, weight loss products and beauty and skincare products that most of you on here buy. It’s called marketing. You buy the products because of the hype but you keep buying them because they actually work. If they didn’t, then all of the phony reviews in the world wouldn’t matter. Now, false claims on an actual product label stating that it does more than it actually does is where I have a problem.

  22. fyi, weighted blankets should be 1lb per 10lbs body weight. This is suggested for most effective use.

    • Yeah. Maybe a 5-lb blanket might be help as a lap blanket for someone with restless legs? Otherwise I don’t see much use for adults with this.

      • I LOVE this box!!! I’ve been wanting to order the eye mask for a while! And the small weighted Blaket will help me decide if I want a heavier one! Yay! ☺️

  23. Great idea, but not for $95. It will probably be great for someone else, though. If it were a 15 pound blanket, that would make a difference. The $15 pamphlet and $50 eye mask are laughable.

  24. I’m relieved to see the full spoilers before the renewal was processed; thank you, Team MSA!

    I cancelled to skip this box and may renew if the Winter box is better suited to my needs/preferences.

    • Agreed. Thanks MSA!

      I was on the fence until someone pointed out the $50 sleep mask. It is a piece of cloth that will go over my eyes and it’s main function is to simulate darkness. I get the same effect when I close my eyes and turn off the lights. I charge myself $0 for that.

      I’m a massive Sunday Riley fan and would have preferred one full size hero item like the last time.

      Normally, the curation of these boxes is a level above everyone else but this box seems to be lacking that extra oomph.

      Not every box is going to be a winner but other than this and the first box, Sunday Riley’s been my fave sub. Passing on this one tho.

  25. Make sure you pay attention to weight limits on the blanket. I purchased a 10lb one and it says it shouldn’t be used for anyone under 100lbs.

    • I think those weights are recommended for maximum benefit, it doesn’t mean that somebody can’t use it.

  26. Is it me, or does this box feel a lot lighter on products and value than previous SR boxes?

    • Adding on – I love the idea of a sleep box, but the values seem more inflated than usual. I mean, they assigned a $15 value to their own pamphlet and $50 for a sleeping mask. Yowza.

      • To be fair, the Slip sleep mask does actually sell for $50 on Sephora.

    • No it’s not just you. It does seem light. I usually love this box and had an auto-subscription but I cancelled to avoid being charged for this box. Hoping Winter will mark a return to the amazing boxes SR has put together in the past! And super grateful to MSA for the spoilers – saved me $85!

      • Me too! They just released their Ice cream. There’s not even a sample in here?

      • I thought that too- I had held off on ordering the allure box since I figured SR would include a sample of Ice in this box. Overall this box is just kind of disappointing- I had been planning to go ahead and sign up for a year-long subscription as I really enjoyed the last two boxes, but I think I’ll hold off for now and put that $95 towards a full size Good Genes instead.

      • I’m thinking the Ice Cream will be in the Winter box. Fingers crossed! I actually broke down and got the October Allure box through amazon. There’s a sample of Ice in there!

    • I agree. While SR is my favorite sub, and I will use and enjoy the products in this box, this one does feel a little less special and uniquely curated than the others. I’m hoping the Luna blanket weight is listed incorrectly, as the 5 lb blanket on the Luna website says it’s kid-sized and sold for $29.99. Also, valuing their pamphlet at $15 falsely inflates the value of the box. I was hoping for a sample of their new Ice Cream, but I’m sure that will show up in future boxes.

      • Just got this update from Sunday Riley team:

        The 5 pound blanket in the box is a custom blanket made specifically for us that retails for $67, it is not the child size blanket that retails on the Luna website.

        Hope that helps!

      • Thanks, Liz! Happy to hear that it least it’s adult-sized!

      • Hi Liz! Did they happen to mention the dimensions of the blanket?

      • Hi Liz! Can you also post the dimensions of the blanket? I’m hoping it is a travel size blanket and not a full or queen size at only 5 lbs! Thanks!

      • I’m not Liz, but I’ve corresponded with them and I was advised that it is not on the company’s website, dimensions are 48×72.

  27. Not surprised by fake reviews. Actually I’ve been pretty certain on this site that some of the positive comments were by employees.

    • Agreed! And since they have a history of this I don’t trust SR at all, and this box reinforces that: shady!

  28. First box that I wish I was not automatically subscribed. Her and Margot Elena are my favourites. This one is just so disappointing to me, personally. Just my two cents.

    • I’m fairly sure until the day the box is available you can cancel.

    • FYI it’s super easy to cancel. I’m autosubscribed too and I just went into my account and cancelled in about 2 minutes tops. If the blanket were sized/weighted for an adult I might have kept my sub because I do love Luna and would like to try the spray. The Dreamcatcher is not something I would use either. Hopefully Winter will be better.

      • Thank you Anna and Jean! I’m definitely cancelling. It just doesn’t feel like a good fit for me this time around. Thank you both again for saving me some money!

    • On the SR FB page, they have mentioned that the launch date for this box is 10/24/19 (Thursday); if you would like to sit this one out, then cancelling today is the best way to go (and the confirmation email is sent immediately!).

  29. This is the best subscription box on the market. No other box compares to this one. Period.

    • LOLZ!

    • Thank you for the much needed daily dose of humor Sunday R.!

    • LMAO I had to do a double take on that one

    • Thank you for the clarification. 😂🙌🏼

  30. Wow. This company clearly has no integrity. The news on their review scandal is very alarming.

    • This is very old news. It’s time to move past it. If you like products, I don’t see any issues. Anyways, I’ve been using CEO oil and it’s the best I’ve ever used for my skin. If they had some review scandal in the past, I don’t care.

      • Maybe it’s old news to some, but the first I’d heard of it was today with the FTC’s decision.

      • Same here.

      • If you don’t like the product, don’t use it. It’s simple as that.

    • 😂 All companies do it. Most just don’t get caught.

      • For sure not all companies do it. I own a company and I’ve never written fake reviews or asked anyone to. It’s comes down to integrity and morals.

      • I think it’s fair to say that the vast majority of cosmetics companies do it.

      • That’s very cynical. I too have a company and have never done faked reviews. Do you have any evidence of such a sweeping claim?

        And even if this was true, it’s still wrong, I can still think it’s bad even if it’s common.

      • From vox.com:

        Sunday Riley is likely not alone here. “This happens a lot. Sephora puts the pressure on brands — they really ‘encourage’ reviews,” says a beauty industry source who wished to remain anonymous so as not to jeopardize their relationship with Sephora and beauty brands. “When you have a new launch, the sales will increase with a ton of good reviews. I do want to reiterate how common this practice for brands is. Sunday Riley just got caught. I’m not defending it, but it’s a vicious cycle.”

      • Fake reviews are extremely widespread and nothing new. Do you think your favorite influencers are giving it to you straight? Or those Yelp reviews are written by real customers? Look at Amazon and their consistent issues with fake reviews.

        The Sunday Riley fiasco is just really talked about right now but if you read the news, they’re not the only ones.

    • There are a TON of companies that do this same thing. Don’t be fooled. My former company paid realtors cash to post great reviews.

  31. This 5 lbs blanket is $39 on Amazon and on Luna website, far away from $67 as stated.

    • !!!!!

      Holy moly that is just…

      • Be careful with Amazon. They are well known for allowing knock-offs. Check the reviews and the seller. I can’t say that is what happened here but happens a lot.

      • But on the company’s own website it’s that price too.

      • That’s understandable then. I just wanted to let people know the issue that people have had with Amazon. I still love Amazon I just have to do more in depth research b4 I buy certain items.

    • I got a 15 lb blanket for $40 from Menards. 5lbs just isn’t going to do much, I don’t think

  32. $95 for samples?, seriously? Lol

  33. Ooh this box looks great!

  34. Skincare maker Sunday Riley has settled with the FTC over reports that it ordered employees to post fake reviews on Sephora’s website in a bid to boost sales. Managers and Sunday Riley herself reportedly created fake accounts to post reviews between 2015 and 2017, and urged employees to do the same.

    I would rather them fake reviews than products. Sephora should pull them for 30 days and put a disclosure up that says they are removing all fake reviews before reinstating the company. That would be the best lesson.

    I use this brand of it comes in a sub box but I don’t buy it because of its price. The two brands I plunk down $$ For are drunk elephant and deciem (the ordinary)

    My theory is that if you use the sub box products religiously (the ones you can trust) than your skin will be fantastic. You don’t have to overpay for a specific brand, just sub.

    There is so much mark up and dishonesty in the cosmetics industry I feel like there is not enough cleanser in the world to clean it all up.

  35. What a horrible company SR is. They just settled with the FTC for allegations Sunday Riley employees posted fake reviews on Sephora’s website using fake accounts to try to boost sales. The owner was part of the scheme. How can I trust that this company actually puts the ingredients listed, etc. Such a shame.

    • Really, how can you trust any company that they put ingredients that they say they do. I personally like some of the SR products. Not all. So I will continue using them irregardless of whatever scandal they had

    • This is nothing new. They just got caught.

  36. Wow so apparently Sunday Riley and her employees faked Sephora Reviews for 2 years to boost sales and she in a lawsuit as a result of it. It was leaked by a whistleblower ex employee and proven true. So it makes you wonder, is it what it’s cracked up to be or have we been fooled and who else is doing this?! I read this in BuzzFeed. Scammy intentions like that really devalue the business for me. Makes me wonder how authentic are these products or just over hyped?

    • I heard about the fake SR reviews a long time ago – long after I started using them. I still use them because they work for me (and several others from the comments I’ve read on this site). But it’s just like anything else; everyone is different and some products will work for some people and for others they won’t. Regardless, I agree that posting fake reviews is a shady practice and SR should have just let the effectiveness of her products speak for themselves. Because imho they are truly good products. It’s a shame she resorted to those measures.

      • Posting fake reviews isn’t just shady. It’s against the law, which is why this is news now. The FTC came after her for it. She even had her employees use VPNs and other tactics after Sephora got wise to the fake reviews.

      • It wasn’t my intention to put a light spin on it. I thought I had made my disapproval quite clear regardless of my personal opinion on the products themselves. I’m glad justice was served. Consumers deserve honesty and respect.

      • I too was using the SR products a long time before the scandal. They personally worked for me. But it is such a shame they had to do that! Why?!? I know the products work for a lot of people, why the fake reviews??!
        This definitely disappointed me and because of that I’ve strayed a bit and picked up a few things I like from Farmacy at a fraction of the price. But I will say the curation of this box has been quite good.

      • Exactly!! That’s the part I don’t understand. They’re quality products. Why the fake reviews? Maybe I’m naive, but I believe success would have found the company regardless – just likely at a slower pace.

  37. Man, it feels like I’ve been waiting for this forever! It’s kind of a bummer, though, as all the actual SR products are basically samples and the blanket is tiny. I’m personally not interested in the sleep mask (I have several from boxes at this point) or the dream catcher.

    But happy for all you who like it! 🙂

  38. I LOVE the idea of a weighted blanket but according to the company’s website a 5lb blanket is for someone who weighs about 50 lbs. I’m confused as to why Sunday Riley would have the child sized blanket versus the adult size in their subscription box clearly geared towards adults.

    • What a shame! Thank you so much for looking this up! I got so excited when I first saw the spoilers because I have been wanting one of those blankets ever since I heard about them. The rest of the box looked good too because I truly struggle with sleep and don’t like taking medication for it. How disappointing. I appreciate you saving my $95, Lisa! I would be better off just to pay full price for one of the heavier blankets.

      • Menards… get a 15lb blanket for less than 40 bucks. I have one, and I love it

      • Thanks, Amber! I’ve never heard of Menards but hopefully they sell them online.

    • The Travel Box had (I thought) a Slip pillowcase in it. Actually, it was a travel size pillowcase to fit the travel pillow included in the box. I still use both on long flights but did feel like it was a bit of a bait and switch. I’m going ahead and assuming this is a child sized blanket that will be useless for an adult but great as a Christmas gift for one of my kids.

  39. Cultural appropriation can be pretty bad sometimes, but it’s cool the dreamcatchers they’re including are made by actual Native Americans. I was about to say if your dreamcatcher is made in China, it probably won’t work lol

  40. 10/21/19:

    “The FTC Said Sunday Riley Faked Sephora Reviews For Almost Two Years To Boost Sales
    Under an agreement with federal regulators, the skincare brand has promised to not write fake reviews after an investigation was launched based on a whistleblower’s Reddit post.”

    Interestingly enough, they don’t have to admit to writing fake reviews. They just have to promise to not do so in the future!

    Plus, the CEO of Sunday Riley was in the thick of all this.

    via BuzzFeedNews+

  41. Wow – yep, me thinks I’ll be getting this one.

  42. So excited!

  43. I hardly see Weighted Blanket,Slip Silk Sleep Mask, Dream Catcher in subscription boxes, and it’s a nice box!
    but Weighted Blanket is 5lb, which is kids size in their website, is it super small?

    • It says it’s for people less than 50 pounds?!?! That won’t work for me! Maybe it’s a typo

    • I was so ready to jump on this until I looked up the blanket. It’s 36” x 48”. I’m so bummed. I’m 5’9” so it’s just too small for me. I wish there was an option to upgrade to a larger one.

    • Aww….that’s a bummer. And I was so excited for this box. Now I’m not so sure. I have absolutely no use for a blanket that small. But one thing I don’t understand is where they’re coming up with the $67. On the Luna website, the 5 lb blanket is on sale for $39.99, but the regular price is $49.99. Either they’re bumping up the price to make the box seem more appealing or the blanket is actually some kind of special edition 5 lb size for this box to make it more useable for the adults who are going to purchase it. Of course I really hope it’s the latter.

      • I think the latter is correct. There is a not one description that says this is NOT the child size. I think they made a special one for us that is bigger but only weighs 5 pounds. (Probably for shipping purposes)

      • That should say a “note in the description “

  44. Whoa this looks like an awesome box!

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