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The Clean Beauty Box October 2020 Full Spoilers + Coupon!

Clean Beauty Box is a bi-monthly themed assortment of organic beauty items. We have the full spoilers for the October 2020 box!

The theme for October is Revival and each box includes:

Dafna Skincare Revival Bio-active Beauty Mask 🌿⠀⠀⠀⠀

This 3-in-1 mask combines bio-active ingredients; encapsulated charcoal and hyaluronic acid with ginseng and reishi adaptogens to revitalize your skin. What makes this a completely unique mask are the 2 active phases designed to hydrate and nurture while rejuvenating stressed out skin. This is the nourishing detox mask you’ve been searching for!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Phase 1: Provides skin with intense hydration and promotes cell-regeneration. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Phase 2: Encapsulated charcoal clarifies and prevents oxidation for a balanced complexion.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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1 of 2 full size products in this month’s box, a value of $175. These boxes are going fast, don’t miss out!

Dafna Skincare Nutrition Night Treatment (now vegan!) – $90 value⠀

An aromatherapeutic night treatment based on advanced biotechnology, adaptogens and botanical extracts.
Formulated to repair skin cells, slow down skin’s aging process and promote a feeling of relaxation. 21 active ingredients, including antioxidants Ginseng and Green Tea, and skin-regenerating Reishi and Rose Wood bio-essential oil, create a unique and effective night cream.

The Subscription Box: Clean Beauty Box

The Cost: $83.90 for 2 months. Shipping is free to the contiguous states, $10 shipping to Hawaii and Alaska, and $15 shipping + taxes and duties Internationally

COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with code MSA10

The Products: 2-4 full sized organic, natural and cruelty-free beauty items

Ships to: U.S., Canada, and International

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Comments (10)

  1. I am confused by the pricing of this box. Do I get one box or two for $83.90? It says $83.90 for two months but this box is every other month so I don’t understand if that is 83.90 per box or ?????
    Someone please help me! Thank you for your time.

  2. I’m so tempted by this, but I have Boxwalla coming this month and received See New Skincare last month. How many masks and moisturizers does one human being need?

  3. I’m very excited to receive this box, I received Dafna’s balm cleanser in a past box and I am interested to try other products from their line, they are such good quality and the scent is wonderful

  4. I am definitely intrigued. I liked the gel to milk cleanser but I wouldn’t repurchase. I hear fab things about this mask and I am looking for an Ayuna II cream replacement… Hmmnnn… My box is on its way.

    • So hard to find any replacements for Ayuna. I feel in love with the cellular oil but it is $185!

      • Hi Flora! I was wondering if you’ve tried Ayuna’s The Facial Low or High? Just asking, because I recently finished the Low and am now using the High, and I have to admit they’re both taking some getting used to. I think mostly because of the powder that’s in them. I don’t really understand the point of the powder, plus when I use it if I don’t move fast enough in applying it to my face, then the solution dries down leaving dry powder on my fingers (which I end up getting on the bottles of my next products) and if any residual powder dries on my face (that I can’t see) I end up inhaling it causing me to slightly choke and cough. I do shake the bottle before use, but I’m convinced that I must be doing something wrong because I know they’re mostly beloved by users, and I’m just feeling a little meh on them. My feelings could also be because I only used the Low 4x/week so maybe I should have used it more often to see results (or who knows, maybe it was also just “maintaining” my skin?), and I’m currently using the High 2x/week but that’s because it feels super active, and I try to limit any “active” products in my routine so I don’t freak out my skin. Anyways, if you’re familiar with The Facial I was wondering if there was a secret with using them so I don’t end up with the powder all over my fingertips or in my lungs, lol. Also, just in general I’d love to hear how you liked them too! Tanya, if you’ve tried them, I’d love to hear your thoughts too! 🙂

      • Hi Luna! I can’t seem to reply to your comment directly so I will reply to mine lol.

        I have not tried Ayuna high/low yet as I got on the Ayuna bandwagon pretty late. Interesting how you mention a gritty texture because I just started using the BeautyStat Universal C skin refiner I received in my NewBeauty September VIP box and it also has “grit” in it that I assume is a more stable form of vitamin C. I am not a big fan of if either but it seems to melt in pretty quickly and I hate wasting a $80 product because of the initial feel when applying.

        The description for Ayuna high starts off as “part refining serum and part smoothing toner” that is a powder in lotion. I think I might just not be big fans of the powder in lotion idea. Personally, I’ll stick with my Cosrx Water toner to cream (my favorite hydrating toner) and a separate exfoliator/refining serum.

        I probably will do fine with much less expensive oils but I really enjoy the scent of Ayuna Cellular oil. There’s nothing like it that I have come across.

      • I don’t think the low does anything. I read some articles on exfoliating and it needs to be a certain ph & I think the low is too low. I’ve tried a few Ayuna products now & while I want to love this women owned business I don’t get the hype. The packaging wasn’t great & the products did nothing or broke me out.

        On another note when does CBB ship? This is my second box and still hasn’t shipped!

      • B, mine shipped today

      • Thanks Flora & B for your insight 🙂

        Flora, I’ve used vitamin C masks (REN’s Flash Rinse 1-Minute Facial and Lixirskin’s Vitamin C Paste) where they had that slight gritty texture (almost like an exfoliant), but the grit melted upon contact with water (I think I read it’s encapsulated vitamin C that bursts when contacted with water then massaged), and they both left my skin feeling really nice and with that glow-from-within look I think that’s expected from vitamin C products. I haven’t yet used a vitamin C serum with that gritty feeling yet, but I also got that same New Beauty box, so it’ll be interesting to see how I like it. Also, I’m with you in not really being a fan of powder in my liquid products. 🙂

        B, I agree about the Low facial in that it truly felt like it did nothing for my skin. Sometimes when that happens with a product I generally try to not to write it off right away because I figure maybe it’s doing something “behind the scenes” I can’t see or feel or maybe it is a good product but my skin just doesn’t “need” it. But in this case, I’m willing to say I’m not a fan of the Low mostly because of the existence of the powder in it, plus like you said, the packaging isn’t all that great. Since the product has to be sprinkled out, there’s always some product that gets left behind on the applicator which I want to clean up right away because a powdery mess will be left behind if I don’t, but taking those few seconds to clean it sorta contributes to the liquid drying on my cotton round resulting in the left behind powder getting on my fingers, face, then lungs, lol.

        I am liking the High a bit more than the Low. It still has the powder, but it’s quite thicker than the Low, and so far I haven’t encountered any powdery messes with it. I also like that I can really feel it doing “something” to my skin; but because of that, I’m choosing to use it only 2x/week as a precautionary measure to avoid any irritation. I still look forward to trying other Ayuna products, but at least I can confidently say the Low just isn’t for me.

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