The Organic Bunny Box is a monthly offering of the best organic, non-toxic, clean beauty curated by beauty blogger Amanda Jo (aka The Organic Bunny). For $59.00, you'll get 6-8 full or deluxe-size organic items from makeup to skincare to tools and accessories in each super cute reusable box.
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About this Natural and Organic Beauty Box
The Subscription Box: The Organic Bunny Box
The Cost: $59.00/month with free shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.
The Products: 6-8 medium or full-size non-toxic, natural, and organic beauty products.
Ships to: The U.S. only
The Organic Bunny Box December 2019 Review
Graydon Skincare Intimacy Oil, 3.38 oz. - Retail Value $49.00
You should all know how much I love blue tansy by now- but let me say two things. One: do not spray this directly onto your face. It's an oil meant more for the body and it does not finely mist. Best to spray it onto a cotton pad and then spread it over your skin if you want to use it on the face. Two: I think the name of this is a little misleading. "Intimacy Oil" makes it seem like a lubricant or sexual enhancement product. Although- they do say in the booklet included that it can be used for massage oil which I like the idea of. You can also use it in hair or for shaving which makes more sense than a facial product to me. In addition to the blue tansy, this full-size bottle also includes bergamot, coffee, pineapple, and many other oils to help moisturize, repair, and calm your skin.
Max & Me The Intuitive Facial Mist, 1.014 oz. - Estimated Value $22.37 (Buy 3.4 oz. for $75.00)
Okay- this has a really wonderful fine mist to it, but the scent... I can't describe it. This mist is made with a bunch of different flower waters, but when misted, it smells just sorta not pleasant to me. Looking at reviews on their website confirms that it's unique and not all that popular. It's really cooling though so it at least feels good while you're using it and the scent doesn't really stick around.
Noyah Lip Gloss in 'Deeply in Mauve' - Retail Value $16.00
This gloss is not sticky at all and I found it to be rather creamy, almost. The color is a beautifully pigmented mauve which I like too. I think the bamboo cap with cherry blossoms painted on it is also really cute. This is a nice little gloss for an easy switch to natural beauty.
Olio E Osso Balm No. 6 in Bronze, 0.35 oz. - Retail Value $28.00
I see this brand everywhere- mainly these balms- and have been curious about them! Bronze isn't my preferred color, but this stick is supposed to be used for lips, or highlighter and bronzer on the face. I swiped a bit under my cheekbones and didn't see a whole lot but felt the creamy balm. I have to say I'm not big on this as a face product, but on my lips, it felt really moisturizing. There's also a bit of a shimmer to it as well and the pigment is extremely subtle. I think there are people out there who know how to use this balm well, but it's a little tricky for me.
Here is the bronze balm (barely noticeable) above the mauve lip gloss.
Skin Owl Body+ Illuminator in Rose Quartz, 2 oz. - Retail Value $62.00
This body and face oil really delivers on the shimmer! It's not too heavy at all and while I'm not a fan of sparkles, I put some on my shoulder and it really made my skin glow. It's gorgeous to look at on my shelf and contains ingredients like sweet almond oil, organic jojoba, and vitamin E so it's packed with good stuff too. Although this pink sparkle oil is inspired by rose quartz, the glittery experience comes from mica, which is a common ingredient for shimmering cosmetics. This one isn't for me, but I know a lot of people will delight in this fun oil!
Teami Ceremonial Grade Matcha Powder, 1 oz. - Retail Value $29.99
Mmm- matcha! I have a lot of matcha on hand at home already but I am intrigued by this ceremonial grade powder. The tin is cute and small and comes with a silver pouch containing the soft green matcha powder. My favorite way to enjoy it is as an iced latte with a little bit of agave. I've been making drinks with this in the morning instead of coffee and must say that I'm impressed with the fact that I don't feel the need for more caffeine at all.
Theo Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups - Retail Value $2.29
Ah, peanut butter cups- my number one favorite treat! Especially in dark chocolate! These are extra cute since they're heart-shaped and they're extra great because they're fair trade and organic. I ate one myself and shared one with my special sweetie because he loves PB cups too. These were incredibly creamy and just melted in my mouth! I'll certainly look for Theo's in the future.
Verdict: Organic Bunny Box was a little all over the board for me this month. At a glance I really liked everything, but once I went to use it- I had some trouble. The Organic Bunny tends to like shimmery makeup items as well which don't always excite me, but there is definitely a huge audience for it. This box always seems like a random mish-mash of items which can be awesome since you get to try a lot but also having no theme can seem a bit cluttered to me as well. As I've always said- if you want to try many different non-toxic beauty items every month- this is a great box for you. If you like a more tightly curated box, then perhaps there are others better suited for you. The total retail value of this box is $203.65 which is stellar for $59.
To Wrap Up:
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Value Breakdown: At $59.00 for this box, here's what you're paying for each item:
- Body Oil: $12.46
- Facial Mist: $6.48
- Lip Gloss: $4.64
- Balm: $8.11
- Illuminator: $17.96
- Matcha Powder: $8.69
- PB Cups: $0.66
Alternately, you're paying $8.43 per item.
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