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Beauty Heroes Beauty Discovery Review – March 2020

Beauty Heroes Review- March 2020

Beauty Heroes is a clean beauty subscription box that focuses on non-toxic ingredients for $58.95/mo. Each month they send you one new full-size “hero” product in the face, body, hair, or sun care category accompanied by “deluxe sidekicks.” This month they are featuring two products from Free + True.

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 this Natural Beauty Discovery Subscription

The Subscription Box: Beauty Heroes

The Cost: $58.95/month or $128.85 for a 3 month commitment ($42.95/mo). Save even more with longer commitments.

The Products: One full-size face, body, or hair “hero product” plus a deluxe “sidekick” from the featured brand.

Ships to: The US for free, Canada for $11.95, and worldwide for $18.95

Beauty Heroes March 2020 Review Feat. Free + True

 

You’ll always get a card with a new monthly ritual that includes past and present featured Beauty Heroes items.

 

The second info card you’ll get has a little more info about the featured brand (Free + True) as well as details on the specific items sent. This month, we received two full-size products! Just the packaging for these two alone is sending me into a joyful tizzy!

 

Free + True Mama Pacha Moisture Infusion Cream, 1.7 oz. – Retail Value $58.00

The first product in the box this month is for the face. This moisture cream is made with key ingredients of arctic peptides, mango seed butter, beta-glucan, gotu kola extract, avocado oil, and hyaluronic acid that create a wonderful blend to keep my face super soft and plump. It has a refreshing botanical scent that reminds me of some of Honua Skincare’s products (which all smell divine). This cream will help protect my skin from harsh environmental elements while calming and increasing collagen production. It feels rich and one pump is enough to cover my face and massage in to make me look like a fresh little cherub. This is going to secure a spot easily on my shelf of beautiful and powerful moisturizers!

 

Free + True Body Prophet All Over Creamy Serum, 6.8 oz. – Retail Value $48.00

The other product in the March box is for the body. It’s hard not to fall in love with this pretty yellow creamy serum that smells HEAVENLY with sea buckthorn, olive leaf, and pumpkin as key ingredients. I’ve been slathering this onto my legs and arms right out of the shower which has been making quite the difference. My thirsty skin soaks it all up without a slippery coat that I get from some of my body oils. Fully quenched, my skin becomes luminous and touchable with the antioxidants it’s just consumed. The white glass bottle with bamboo wrapped pump also makes this look fantastic on my bathroom shelf and gives me a jolt of joy each morning. I’m enchanted by this body serum which is rare for me!

Verdict: Beauty Heroes is the type of skincare box that makes me feel luxurious as well as lucky. Although almost $60 can be a bit steep to shell out each month, I think this box is definitely worth it for the skincare addicts out there. The value is always fantastic seeing as though the two product offerings this month have a total retail of $106 and I’m NEVER disappointed with the curation. Both of the items this month envelop my skin in velvety softness and smell fantastic to boot.

If you’re curious about other great skincare boxes, check out our Best Niche & Specialty Beauty Boxes list!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes! subscribe by March 20th to get this box (while supplies last).

Value Breakdown: At $58.95 for this box (assuming the more expensive month-to-month option), here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Mama Pacha: $32.26
  • Body Prophet: $26.69

Check out all of our Beauty Heroes reviews and more of our best beauty subscription boxes of 2020!

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Written by Marne Orenich

Marne Orenich

Marne is a lipstick connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. She loves discovering new clean beauty brands and has quite the collection of beautifully packaged serums and moisturizers.

Posted in Beauty Heroes Reviews, Beauty Subscription Boxes, Natural Beauty Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: Beauty Heroes | 25 comments

Comments (25)

  1. Thank you for the wonderful review as always! I must admit when I first saw the spoilers, I wasn’t so excited for these products. However, I’ve used them for a few weeks now and I truly think they’re both fantastic. Love the Beauty Heroes subscription, they haven’t steered me wrong yet!

    • Thanks, Jenny! I’m glad you ended up loving them!

  2. I loved this box. I love mixing up face care with body, hair and makeup! My face can only take so much product! It keeps me subscribed bc my stash of skincare doesn’t get too unmanageable – plus I need them. I felt like I was cheating on BH this month when I got Detox Box bc I needed conditioner.

    • I love the occasional mix of products too! I even liked it when Detox Box had their supplement box last year. 🙂 I have a feeling though that BH won’t be having a makeup box anytime soon. I remember a few years ago they had one featuring Modern Minerals, and they got a ton of hate for it, and they promised to never do a makeup box as part of their subscription again which is why I think we now only see them as LE boxes from BH.

      • That is really interesting Luna. I was wondering why they don’t seem to do makeup – I’ll have to look for that review. Wonder why so much hate. I need makeup and I’m an hour from a store that sells these makeup brands so I like getting them this way to try before committing the price of a box to an eyeshadow!

      • Ya, it’s too bad, because I remember liking the Modern Minerals box. If I remember correctly, it had two lip glosses and two eyeshadows. I’m pretty sure the box was sometime in 2016, and I remember MSA reviewed it in case you’d like to look for the review here. 🙂 I don’t think that box got a lot of hate here since I think BH was still a bit of an under the radar box on MSA at the time, but I do remember it was mostly the green/clean beauty community in general that wasn’t too happy about it.

      • I need to get more tapped in! I only get my green beauty intel from here and instagram.

      • I just watch a lot of YT 😀

      • It is too bad! I purchased the Ere Perez limited edition discovery and really enjoyed it. I’d love to try some other clean makeup options as there aren’t that many out there. I recently snagged a GMA deals & steals 50% off for Henne Organics and I’m in love with their tinted balms now. I missed Fitglow so I wish they would add 1-2 makeup items even if it was a tinted balm or foundation serum/tinted moisturizer.

      • I’m still kicking myself for skipping that Fitglow box. lol I don’t think Detox Box has ever done a box featuring Henne Organics, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they do one sometime this year. 😉

  3. Just finished my quarterly with them, wish both items were face oriented! Not renewing.

    Highly recommend reviewing and trying out See New skincare box. Amazed by the products. Praise the person who mentioned them in the comments!!!

    • These spammy comments for a new beauty box have been going on for weeks now, they just change the commenter name. If anything, this sleazy behavior will just keep me away from your business rather than falling for it. I hope MSA never reviews your box, spammer.

      • Agree, Minnie! I’ve been watching these spam posts and I’ll never buy that because of them.

      • I’m glad someone else noticed. This is the first time the spammers have actually insulted one of their competitors though, lol! I did a search and they have hit the comments section about 10 times so far this year. Plus, one time, they hijacked a thread about ipsy and the box owner showed up and commented, so they are definately watching the threads. So, Hi See New skincare, never gonna buy your box, learn better business practices!

      • I agree with everything said above. Never getting that see new skincare box. Now, beauty heroes, I love. Give me another box

      • I’m surprised that these don’t automatically get filtered out now since they are considered advertising. One comment about a single month’s box is fine here and there, but these seem to be getting trashy and excessive.

      • I agree. Hope other box companies don’t start doing this, piggybacking the threads of reputable subs. Not classy.

      • So I read about the see new box on a MSA thread, and ordered it. I think it’s a great value and the products were natural. I also ended up buying the past box, from Diana Ralys products. Now that was full of products I will reorder, especially hydra nourishing gel. I have combo skin, sometimes triggered with acne due to food sensitivities. My skin loves that gel. I also was exited to learn about Diana Ralys being from my home country, Lithuania. I probably would have never found her otherwise. So that’s a win in my book. I also subscribed to Detox box and Beauty heroes for last 3 months. I wanted to compare them, but couldn’t decide between the two, so I canceled for now and will go by the spoilers next month. So it’s just my two cents. Nobody is paying me to express my opinion.

      • When i searched through the spammy comments on Google advanced search , there were a few commenters who seemed to be legitimate customers among the spam. So the box could go for real word of mouth advertising by establishing a good reputation and good customer service and specifically chose not to and went with this ham-handed advertising strategy instead. You can decide to buy any box you like, but im not going to reward a spammer with any business.

      • How can you tell if it is spammy? Genuinely curious bc I always wonder if I am being taken by reviews? Especially on Amazon.

      • For BG, there are several google-able guides for bloggers on how to tell if a comment is spam or marketing and it’s usually on how it’s worded. Now that they have been called out, they will probably change their comment style though.

      • Tnx for bringing this up. This practice is unethical, imho, and doesn’t deserve any business (certainly not mine).

      • Hi – thanks for pointing this out. I’m not super in tune with how to spot such comments, but I’ll definitely let the team know (if they don’t already).

    • How could you not be impressed? I did the quarterly too and we received a face cleanser, toner, face oil, eye serum, face serum, face moisturizer and body moisturizer… all top notch quality skincare products. All same formula and in the same bottles they use normally. Some companies use cheaper plastic bottles for these sub boxes. And unlike brands like SK-ll where the product is made in China for the sub boxes, these BH products are not.

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