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NSFW Heart + Honey Box Review + Coupon – July 2020

Heart and Honey Temptation July 2020 adult subscription box review

Heart + Honey is an adult subscription box that aims to embrace sexual health as a component of whole-body health: natural, important, and vital to the human experience. Their monthly subscription boxes are carefully curated to underscore the value of prioritizing your sexual health – and reaping the benefits of the efforts.

FYI – not all the contents of the box are suitable for viewing at work. Some are adult products. Just a heads up!

Heart + Honey offers three subscription options:

  • The Bumble Bee Box is $55.00 and contains a quality sex toy/accessory plus 2 to 4 sexual and lifestyle products
  • The Queen Bee Box is $69.99 and contains a luxury sex toy/accessory plus 2 to 5 premium sexual and lifestyle products
  • The Heart + Honey Couple’s Box is $129.00 and contains luxury items that stimulate sight, smell, taste, and touch.

All boxes have discounts available for 3-, 6-, or 12-month subscriptions. Single boxes are also available for a one-time purchase. 

This review is of the Queen Bee Box for $69.99 a month.

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 Heart + Honey

The Subscription Box: Heart + Honey Queen Bee Box

The Cost: $69.99/mo + shipping. Save with 3-, 6-, and 12-month subscriptions.

COUPON: Use code MSA10 to save 10% off any subscription!

The Products: A mix of handmade, small brand, and quality sexual lifestyle products that promote holistic sexual health. 

Ships: Worldwide, prices vary. (Shipping to PA was calculated to $7.18)

Good to Know: You can also purchase single past or current boxes (unless sold out) for a slightly higher price than the subscription.

Heart + Honey Queen Bee Box July 2020 Review

This month’s Heart + Honey is ‘Temptation’ themed.

Always included is an info card with product and theme information.

 

Beauty of Bath Foaming Bath Soak in ‘Cashmere Musk Noir’, 500 mL – Retail Value $13.99 (found here on sale for $9.99)

I am sure many of us are finding ourselves relaxing in the bath a lot more than we did in 2019, and this big bottle of bath soak is a wonderful complement. This liquid gold gel smells like musk and woods, with a little bright citrus somewhere in there, too! It creates smaller but dense bubbles and feels very luxe. I should get loads of baths from this large bottle!

 

Beauty of Bath Hand Cream in ‘Cashmere Musk Noir’, 30 mL – Retail Value $8.99 (found here on sale for $4.99)

This hand cream has the same sensual scent as the bubble bath. My hands must be extra dry because when I applied this it sat on top for a few moments but quickly disappeared when I massaged my hands together, leaving behind a velvet touch and no residue.

 

Slow Sex Clitoral Balm, 10 mL – Retail Value $17.00

I had a bad experience with a warming gel back in college and I have kind of been terrified of them ever since. Luckily, this balm was more pleasant than burning. It creates a subtle warming sensation that basically enhances everything else! It warms up within a few moments of application and stays warm for, well, I actually don’t remember! Long enough. It does have a slight coconut scent which I found odd, but it is minor enough to ignore.

 

Twenty One Vibrating Diamond – Retail Value $60.00

Here is our toy for the month! I can say I don’t have anything like this gold diamond-shaped vibe. It only has one button, which is really nice as some vibes can get a little confusing. Simply hold it to turn it on and cycle through 7 patterns with three vibrations for each! The finish here is a metallic hard plastic which does add to the metallic effect, but it isn’t exactly soft. If you are into vibes that certainly don’t look like vibes, this month’s offering is going to excite you in more ways than one. It is easily rechargeable with the included USB cord.

Verdict: Heart + Honey is always well-curated, but I think I have had other months I preferred to this one. Granted, I am not a huge bling bling fan and I prefer soft silicone finish vibes, but I will say this one is SO unique and I think lots of subscribers will love this! As always, the included beauty items were really nice. The balm was also a really nice touch and very enjoyable.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first box will be the August box. Normally your subscription will start the month following the month you subscribe, but if there are current boxes still available you may be able to snag one! Heart + Honey will usually reach out when you first subscribe if you have an option.

From Heart + Honey:

Subscription orders are taken from the first day of the month, until the last. Renewals occur on the 15th of the month. Month-to-month subscriptions will renew on a monthly basis, and 3, 6, and 12 month subscriptions will renew in the correlating time frame. So for example, if you were to order a month-to-month subscription on the 12th of April, your first box will ship between the 1st-5th of May. Renewal will happen on the 15th of May.

COUPON: Use code MSA10 to save 10% off any subscription!

Value Breakdown: This box costs $69.99 a month + $7.18 shipping, which breaks down to approximately $19.29 per each of the 4 items.

Check out all of our Heart + Honey reviews and take a peek at some of the best Adult Subscription Boxes!

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Written by Megan Kirkland

Megan Kirkland

I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

Posted in Heart + Honey Box Reviews, NSFW Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: heart and honey box | 14 comments

Comments (14)

  1. I didn’t get this box, but I liked June. Has anyone seen spoilers for August?

  2. I love bubble baths. 🛀

  3. I feel like H+H used to have the most brilliant, creative curation, but recently it’s becoming soooo formulaic: scented product (bath stuff, soap, and/or hand cream), jewelry, vibe, and maybe a candle. I wish they’d break out of the box again!

  4. I got a mystery box and had mixed feelings as the retail price of the items I received were a little shy of the box cost before shipping. I’m so accustomed to mystery = value that I was a touch disappointed, however I have no complaints at all on the 4 items I received. I don’t see myself subbing as typically there are jewelry items and bath items. I’m just not a jewelry person and our master bath does not have a bathtub, but do think this is a fun subscription.

  5. How do you safely clean a plastic vibe?

    This is the first box of theirs that’s really missed the mark, I’ve been debating getting a box but now I’m glad I didn’t

    • It is water-resistant, so I am guessing soap and water!

  6. This was my first box from Heart & Honey (I signed up for a 3 month subscription) and I was extremely disappointed. I absolutely hate the vibe. It’s so tacky and cheap-looking. This box definitely wasn’t worth the price. If the next two boxes aren’t good, I’m done with them.

    • This was first (and last) box. I was so incredibly disappointed with every item in it. This box felt like the final gasp of a dying subscription. Prior to subscribing, I had read every single review, and not a single box before this one had been so terribly sad. I hope that this is just a one-off fail for this subscription, as I usually really enjoy reading the reviews.

  7. How many vibrators does one need?

    • While this box isn’t for everyone, the point is toys and variety, so while no one really needs any, having a few can be fun!

    • All of them – except for this one. Seriously, I thought it would be fun to subscribe for a year and get a variety (working on the assumption that you won’t know what you like until you try it), but I was expecting anything BUT this particular vibrating thing. I think I’ll just buy what I might like to try instead and keep my disappointments to a minimum.

  8. What an odd and quite awkward shaped vibrator. And bubble bath? That stuff is still around?

    • I go through a lot of bubble bath, but that’s likely because I have a massive clawfoot tub that came with my house! 😊

      • Niiiice! Our house has a late-60s fiberglass monstrosity of a tub that is both too narrow & too shallow.

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