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RosePost Box Subscription Review + Coupon – Fall 2019

Ragan Buckley
ByRagan BuckleyNov 14, 2019 | 4 comments

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Box

RosePost Box
5 overall rating
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RosePost Box is a quarterly subscription box bringing you niche and independent brands of rose-infused skincare and beauty products.

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.)

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Envelope

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Inside

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Review

About RosePostBox

The Subscription Box: RosePost Box

The Cost: $51/quarter or save with longer subscription plans

ACTIVE DEAL: First box $10 off. No coupon needed - just use this link.

The Products: 3-5 full size rose-infused beauty products per quarter and occasionally a few extras with a promised $75+ value

Ships to: The US for free and Canada for $15.95

Fall 2019 RosePost Box "Replenish" Review

This box always feels so luxurious to open! I knew from spoilers most of what was going to be in here, but I still enjoyed the unboxing process quite a bit:

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Booklet Front

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Booklet Back

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Card Front

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Card Back

There was a full-color information card with more details about the products and brands included in the box. I thought it was quite informative. It’s actually pretty handy, too, in that it has web addresses for easy reorders (and accurate pricing information). There was also a promotional card from one of the brands in the box.

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Soap 1 RosePostBox Fall 2019 Soap 2

Emanate Essentials Rose Quartz Botanical Soap - Retail Value $14.50

This is sure pretty to look at. As a scientist, I'm not really a believer in crystals and vibrations and such, but I do rather like gemstones and minerals since I am into jewelry making. The instructions say to remove the rose quartz before using the soap but I didn't really see how it could do harm and I didn't want to pry it out, so I just left it there and used the soap, which has a light rose scent and did not dry out my skin. It's lovely soap although a bit messy to open (there are rose petals all over the area where I take photos, now...).

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Cleanser

Natural Cosmetic Rosa Pretiosa Cleansing Face Foam (150 mL) - Retail Value $21

This worked well for cleaning my oily face midday on a weekend but I think it would also be good as the second step in a double cleanse. (Naturally since I bought a full-sized foaming cleanser a month ago I am receiving them right and left in subscription boxes. But it is the type of item I use on a daily basis so it is nice to have backups on hand.) This is from a European brand but you can buy more in the RosePost Box shop (just click the link in the name). I did not find it irritating at all (I have sensitive skin) and I like that it is free of artificial colors and fragrances.

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Spray

La Bloom Beauty Bloom Face Mist (30 mL) - Retail Value $21

I am not much for spraying my face with anything, but this has rose water and witch hazel so it is a good toner if sprayed on a cotton pad. I will use this up pretty quickly as winter is getting nearer and I do prefer alcohol-free toners in the colder months. This has silver dihydrogen citrate as a preservative, which is something I hadn't seen before but EWG thinks it is pretty safe (and they're a bit harsher in their judgments of products than I am). I do know the silver ion has antibacterial properties and this would be an alternative to organic-based preservatives like parabens (I don't avoid them, but some people do).

RosePostBox Fall 2019 Cream 1 RosePostBox Fall 2019 Cream 2

Nard and Grass Rose and Neroli Moisturizing Cream (30 mL) - Retail Value $31

This is hard to find for sale outside of Bulgaria but the RosePost Box shop has you covered. This is really, really thick, almost more of a balm than a cream. It would work on super dry and chapped skin and was a little more moisture than I needed for my face, but I think it would be perfect for dry elbows and heels and such during the winter months. It would also probably be a good cuticle cream.

Verdict: I calculated a value of about $87.50 for the Fall 2019 RosePost Box. This is always a fun unboxing experience for me, from the packaging and presentation on down to actually trying the products. These items were all new to me (the items from this box typically are, though). I felt like this was a good box for preparing for winter, with a gentle cleanser and an alcohol-free toner and a thick, heavy moisturizing cream. One other thing I think is nice is that if something isn't widely available in the US, you can usually find it in the RosePost Box shop, so if you encounter an item you love, you can always easily get more.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes, Fall 2019 boxes are still available!

ACTIVE DEAL: First box $10 off. No coupon needed - just use this link.

Value Breakdown: At $51 for this box, you are paying approximately the following per item:

  • Soap $8.45
  • Cleanser $12.24
  • Face mist $12.24
  • Moisturizing cream $18.07

Check out my past RosePost Box reviews and see the Beauty Subscription Box List for more spa and self-care subscription boxes!

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Ragan Buckley
Ragan Buckley
Ragan stumbled across My Subscription Addiction in late 2013 and immediately subscribed to way too many beauty boxes. She's now focused on boxes for her cats and dog, vegan/vegetarian food boxes, and craft subscriptions (and she didn't give up beauty boxes entirely).

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While I like the concept, this is a pretty pricey box. The rose element is cool but none of the products are really unique per say

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This was my first box and I was very disappointed. The rose soap was really beautiful but had very little fragrance. The moisturizer was just plain greasy! and the other 2 products were just OK. I was not enthused enough to renew.

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