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GlossyBox Skincare Available Now!

GlossyBox just launched a new product line – GlossyBox Skincare!

We believe skincare should be easy, effective and affordable; that’s why we’ve created a collection of 10 essential products you can easily add to your routine.

No-nonsense product names (if it’s a cleanser, we’re calling it a cleanser!), natural ingredients and effective formulas that work.

Launching on Wednesday August 12th, the range will be available and accessible for everyone, with Glossies enjoying an exclusive 20% discount on all products.

Here’s a look at the full line of products:

  • GLOSSYBOX Daily Micellar Gel Cleanser 100ml – $20 ($16 for subscribers)
  • GLOSSYBOX 3-in-1 Moisturiser 50ml –  $28 ($22 for subscribers)
  • GLOSSYBOX 3-in-1 Rich Moisturiser 50ml –  $28 ($22 for subscribers)
  • GLOSSYBOX Deep Cleansing Cream 100ml – $23 ($18 for subscribers)
  • GLOSSYBOX Night Serum 50 ml – $28 ($22 for subscribers)
  • GLOSSYBOX Exfoliating Clay Scrub 100ml – $28 ($22 for subscribers)
  • GLOSSYBOX Hydrating Mist 100ml – $25 ($20 for subscribers)
  • GLOSSYBOX Gentle Foaming Cleanser 100ml – $20 ($16 for subscribers)
  • GLOSSYBOX Eye Boost Cream 15ml – $23 ($18 for subscribers)
  • GLOSSYBOX Purifying Charcoal Cleanser 100ml – $25 ($20 for subscribers)
Are you going to grab anything from this line?
GlossyBox Subscribers save 20% off each product. If you’re interested in the subscription:

GlossyBox is a beauty subscription that sends five deluxe and full-size products to your door every month for $21.00 (with free shipping to the US). You should expect to discover new brands of hair care, makeup, and skincare in each box, wrapped up nicely with a different theme each time.

The Subscription Box: GlossyBox

The Cost: $21.00 a month with free US shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.

COUPON: Use code ALOHA16 to get your first box for $16!

The Products: 5 deluxe and full-size beauty products worth a total of at least $60.

Ships to: The US for free and Canada for $5.00

And check out our GlossyBox reviews to see what’s in the standard monthly boxes, too.

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Posted in Glossybox, GlossyBox News, Subscription Box News| Tags: glossybox | 26 comments

Comments (26)

  1. Any fool can start a skincare line. My husband has two male friends who fancy themselves “entrepreneurs” who started a short-lived skincare line without knowing or caring anything about skincare because they thought it would make them money. It’s just like when one of the Real Housewives starts a handbag or dress line. It’s just crap made for peanuts in a foreign country with little regulation or oversight.

  2. I tried to post my comment two different ways but it hasn’t shown up. ?? And I edited the second one so it would be a double post and it went through but zilch.

  3. Ipsy’s and boxycharm’s house brands have been complained about so I don’t know why they would think this is a good idea. Plus they are putting their own value on something that is so shady. Who says it’s worth? You can compare it to anything that has a real value. We have seen how some beauty (and not beauty) have inflated prices when we know full well we can buy it cheaper.

  4. Ipsy’s brand and boxycharm’s brand have been complained about so I don’t know why they would think this is a good idea. Plus they are putting their own value on something that is so shady. Who says it’s worth? You can compare it to anything that has a real value. We have seen how some beauty (and not beauty) have inflated prices when we know full well we can buy it cheaper. This is a no from me dawg… Yup just showed my age on that one lol

  5. Might be good stuff, I wish they would let you purchase a box of deluxe samples with all of them in it, if you can try them first, they may actually do well with the full size products.

    • That’s what I actually thought this was at first before I read more carefully—a starter box of samples of the new product line.

  6. Seems like Beauty Pie, but with fewer products an higher prices. I don’t get it.

  7. Four cleansers out of ten products? How dirty is Glossybox skin?

    • I know! I kept waiting to see a toner or something.

  8. While I am not thrilled with their new skincare line, the Hut Group does own Eyeko, Illamasqua, ESPA, Christophe Robin and other reputable brands, so it might not be too bad.
    I haven’t tried the item in the August box yet because I have, possibly literally, a ton of skincare stuff already, but it might be decent. Definitely not designed for being able to resell it on Mercari or Poshmark or eBay, but might be worth trying… might be…might belong in the trash bin.

  9. hum…..going to fill your own boxes glossybox…

  10. Another thought: if they repackage products under their brand, what would stop them from having different brands every month? No way to count on them.

  11. I don’t like this at all: I want to know the brand of the product I am buying. What if I love it and want to purchase the brand elsewhere? What if I hate it and want to make sure I avoid that brand? Not sure why they want to hide the brand, but definitely not for me.

  12. It’s not like these products are inexpensive, so what is the draw even. Cera Ve and Ordinary are cheaper or comparable and Olay too, but with a ton of R &D. So like most are asking, why?

  13. I’m sure every box will have at least one GB skincare item and at some point they’ll do a “takeover” box that no one asked for or wanted.

    I understand that this feels like a viable market right now, but it’s so unbelievably over saturated.

    • I was thinking the same thing, that going forward every monthly box of theirs would include an item from the GB skincare line in it, and that would be touted as the hero full sized item. I can’t imagine who might be interested in that. The August box had their eye cream in it.

  14. No one even asked for this.

    • Lol my thoughts exactly. No one asked for this and no one wants this.

  15. Yeah, not a chance.

    In-house brands are the WORST subscription box trend of all time.

    • Yep. FFF house products are terrible. Ish. Need I say more.

      • That ish lip palette was fabulous, tho!

  16. What the wha? Why?

  17. Does this smell like an experiment by The Hut Group? “If the generic stuff in pink containers sells, transition it to a full-fledged brand and discontinue the beauty box.”

  18. Nope. Price is too high for a brand that doesn’t have a reputation yet. They’re following the whole Ordinary straightforward names, but it doesn’t really work for them IMO. Something about the packaging bothers me, maybe the bold looking black font? I would have to see info on why I would ever trust this brand over established ones, especially when the brand isn’t all that trendy even as far as sub boxes go.

    • The packaging reminds me a bit of the trial-size tubes of Estee Lauder “Pleasures”.

  19. Nope.
    They are merchants, not research scientists.

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