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Allure Beauty Box August 2020 FULL SPOILERS!

Allure October 2019 beauty subscription box review

We have the full spoilers for the August 2020 Allure Beauty Box!

FYI – If you sign up now, July will be your first box. Check out the July spoilers here.

If you aren’t familiar with Allure Beauty Box, it is a $15-a-month beauty subscription that was named one of the Best Women’s Subscription Boxes and one of the Best Beauty Subscription Boxes by MSA readers in the 2019 Subscription Box Awards. Sample sizes are usually good (typically at least one or two full-size items per box), and Allure does a great job of including new brands + products.

The August Allure Beauty Box will include:

  • Pixi Rose Oil Blend Nourishing Face Oil (full size)
  • Floss Quartz Pressed Highlighter (full size)
  • Sulwhasoo First Care Activating Serum
  • Erno Lazlo Exfoliate & Detox Face Bar
  • WHISH Botanical Primer
  • H2O+ Hydration Sensitive Gel Cream Moisturizer
  • Looks & Meii Brightening Lift Up Perfect Fit Mask

What do you think of the spoilers?

Allure Beauty Box is $15 a month. Click this link and scroll down the page to see what you’ll receive in your first box and to get a free gift with your subscription.

Check out our Allure Beauty Box Reviews + Allure Beauty Box Spoilers to see what you can expect from this beauty subscription box!

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Comments (130)

  1. I think I’m the only one who isn’t impressed with Allure boxes this year. They have been very, very skincare heavy with barely any makeup. Can most people just continuously switch around their skincare products and not have any issues? Maybe I’m just one of the unlucky ones that can’t. I guess they are a good value if you can use all the products. I had to cancel. Hopefully they start balancing it again and I’ll come back.

    • I get what you’re saying. I canceled for a few months due to product overload, not wanting what was in boxes and delivery issues due to the pandemic.
      My skin can be very sensitive at times, but with so many brands on the market, I just read ingredients before I use it. So many brands with basically the same ingredients…
      I have Alopecia, so I actually care more about skincare than makeup at this point. I also have a constant rash on my face from Chronic Lyme Disease and for whatever reason, switching around products seems to help. Concealer, mascara and eyebrow products are what I wear the most often.
      Because of subscription boxes, I haven’t had to purchase skincare in over a year. Between myself, my niece and my daughter, we all just trade or give each other stuff.

    • I love the skincare products!

      Not everyone wears makeup, but everyone does have skin! So, IMHO, the skincare products are more helpful than makeup. Also, there seems to be more makeup than skincare available in boxes, just in general.

      • I love the skincare as well. I was looking for a subscription that focused mainly on that rather than makeup and this is the best I’ve found so far. If you want makeup I suggest boxycharm or ipsy because that’s all I ever got from them, despite the numerous questionnaires I filled out every month saying I preferred skincare. Also not sure if you are aware but if you don’t like whats in an upcoming box you can pause your membership, even if its annual.

  2. What’s a serum activator? Does this go UNDER your serum? Sounds like a superfluous extra step to me. I just priced this stuff on sephora.com and 2.02 oz is $84, and the limited edition 3.04 oz is $105. What if I love it? Then I’ll be up the creek because I can’t afford it. I don’t think I would pay that much in any event, but right now I’ve been laid off since 5/1 and just lost the extra weekly $600. The Pixi product intrigues me, but the rose scent in it comes not from Rosehip Oil, which has benfits for dry skin, but from Rosa Damascena Flower Oil, which is a fragrance and can irritate sensitive skin like mine. However, If the Sulwhasoo was the full size product, I would be all over this box. I was emailed an offer from Allure to return for a free Mally creme shadow stick. Nah. I got a free Wander Rush palette with my first Ipsy bag (it’s in process)- much better freebie in my opinion.

    • I had the same question lol. I think its just a fancy name for essence because it does exactly what an essence does, prep skin to absorb treatments. I read a ton of reviews and even though it says apply right after washing, people were saying they used it before toner, which goes against everything I ever learned about skincare. Wouldn’t the toner sweep the product away? I had a small sample and used it like an essence, (its definitely the consistency of essence) after toner, before serum, sometimes skipped the serum because this product was nice on its own, then moisturizer. Wish the sample was bigger but it made my skin feel soft and smooth after just a few uses.

  3. Hi Lux,
    I’m not a doc but tell your mom to google pompholyx or dyshidrotic eczema.

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