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Nourish Beauty Box Review + Coupon – January 2021

Nourish Beauty Box is a natural beauty subscription box that sends four full-size products each month. Everything is paraben-free and cruelty-free and made with all vegan ingredients. Subscribers will receive a mix of both skincare and makeup from indie brands for $29.95/month with free shipping.

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 Nourish Beauty Box

The Subscription Box: Nourish Beauty Box

The Cost: $29.95 a month. Save with three- and six-month subscriptions.

COUPON: Use code NOURISHADDICT15 to get 15% off your purchase!

The Products: Each package contains four to five full-sized, natural, earth-activated, healthy beauty products.

Ships to: The U.S. for free!

Good to Know: Nourish Beauty Box no longer ships their monthly subscription outside of the U.S., but one-off purchases are still available in the e-shop to the countries listed here.

Nourish Beauty Box January 2020 Review

Each month, Nourish Beauty Box usually arrives with an info card that has a quick overview of the box on one side and more detailed information about the four products included on the other.

 

Wild Magic Earth Mist Ginseng + Green Tea Facial Toner, 1.0 fl oz – Retail Value $15.00

I know how great using toner can be for your skin, but for me, opening another product, taking out a cotton round, and applying traditional toners is something of a time suck and feels incredibly tedious. So, I was absolutely thrilled to receive this Wild Magic Earth Mist Ginseng + Green Tea Facial Toner to try. I was even happier to find that it had a spray applicator that releases a superfine, nourishing mist. Formulated with ginseng, green tea, rose water, aloe, and calendula, this facial toner brightens and balances the pH of your skin. I think we’ve all heard all the benefits of ginseng and its importance in Eastern wellness practices and cultures. It’s the OG of restorative and anti-aging ingredients. I’ve been using this toner as part of my skincare routine after cleansing and before applying serums and moisturizers and I’m really enjoying it. The application is wonderful with the superfine mist and it leaves my face feeling refreshed and hydrated. This month Nourish Beauty Box had two variations. Subscribers could have received the Wild Magic Earth Mist Ginseng + Green Tea Facial Toner or La Bloom Beauty Bloom Facial Mist, 1.01 fl oz – Retail Value $21.00.

 

Lilly Be Be Refreshed Essential Oil Perfume, Size Unknown – Retail Value $18.00

This Lilly Be Be Refreshed Essential Oil Perfume comes in absolutely enchanting keepsake packaging. The glass roller is encased in beautiful natural bamboo and is refillable. The brand’s logo and the word “Refresh” are engraved on the side; simple but elegant. Be Refreshed has notes of lime, lavender, and bergamot that blend together to create a happy Caribbean-inspired aroma that promotes calm and relaxation, like a tropical vacation would… if we could take tropical vacations right now. Each organic essential oil within the perfume has a distinct purpose: lime is restorative for the nervous system and other stress-related disorders and can help induce a positive emotional state; lavender, for anxiety, headaches, and stress relief; and lastly, bergamot combats feelings of sadness, stress, and anxiety. Subscribers could have received the Lilly Be Be Refreshed Essential Oil Perfume or Nourish Naturals’ Eden Bronzer Duo, 3 g – Retail Value $12.50 & Wyldflower Labs Lemon & Carrot Facial Cleansing Oil, 50 ml – Retail Value $25.00.

 

Midnight Paloma Charcoal + Rose Detox Mask, 2 oz – Retail Value $29.00

I recently experienced a horrific maskne breakout and this Midnight Paloma Charcoal + Rose Detox Mask came just in the nick of time. Formulated for detoxification, the mask contains charcoal and kaolin clay to help absorb toxins, clear breakouts, remove impurities, and exfoliate. The mask comes as a loose powder in a glass jar. It’s really cool how you can basically customize this mask, with the option of adding equal parts mask and water or honey or plain natural yogurt. I used the mask first with water. It applied smoothly and cool and felt like such a relief on my skin. However, with water, the mask felt a little drying, which would be ideal for anyone with excessively oily skin. If you have combination skin, I would recommend my second attempt: mixing the mask with plain yogurt. It felt amazingly wonderful and didn’t leave my skin feeling quite as dry. My skin looked smooth and soft right after rinsing, and I noticed a visible change in my maskne the following morning. Subscribers could have received the Midnight Paloma Charcoal + Rose Detox Mask or Dia Naturals’ Organic Orange-Aloe Face & Body Mud Mask, 3.5 oz – Retail Value $15.00.

 

Seraphine Botanical Palmetto + Pillow Hydrating Matte Lip Stain in Maple, 0.14 fl oz – Listed Value $18.00

Seraphine Botanical’s Palmetto + Pillow Hydrating Matte Lip Stain in Maple smells absolutely divine. This smooth, soft, long-wearing matte lip stain dries down nicely without leaving your lips feeling stiff or dry. It’s wonderfully buildable and has a rich, luxurious, velvety texture that is still somehow still incredibly lightweight. The product is creamy and very pigmented. Formulated with sunflower and baobab seed and infused with sea palm, saw palmetto, and shiso leaf extracts, this handy little stain brings classic color and nourishment to your lips. There was no variation for this product.

Seraphine Botanical Palmetto + Pillow Hydrating Matte Lip Stain in Maple Swatch for Nourish Beauty Box January 2021

Here is a swatch of the Seraphine Botanical Palmetto + Pillow Hydrating Matte Lip Stain in Maple.

Verdict: I really enjoyed this month’s Nourish Beauty Box! Everything was curated carefully to be restorative for both the body and mind. I love the mindful approach Nourish takes when putting together products for their subscribers. My favorite product was definitely the facial toner. I love the superfine mist and the nourishing ingredients. We also received the essential oil perfume. The scent “Be Refreshed” is quite enjoyable and the stress-relieving properties are just a bonus. The detox mask is another great element of this month’s box; perfect for anyone who’s battling maskne – this mask works overtime to remove impurities from your skin. Lastly, Seraphine Botanicals knocks it out of the park again with another brilliant lip product. This lip stain is long-lasting, dries down without feeling stiff, and has only clean, vegan ingredients. With a retail value of $80.00, this month’s box definitely brought value, quality, and nourishing natural products to its subscribers.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes, but act fast. The cutoff to get the current month is the 25th, so subscribe today to get January as your first box.

COUPON: Use code NOURISHADDICT15 to get 15% off your purchase!

Value Breakdown: At $29.95 for this box, here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Facial Mist: $5.62
  • Perfume: $6.73
  • Mask: $10.86
  • Lip Stain: $6.74

Alternatively, each item in this box has an average cost of $7.49.

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Written by Naomi Pandolfi

Naomi Pandolfi

I’m a sheet mask loving, skincare obsessed, animal loving foodie. If I’m not waiting for the mailman to bring me some new subscription box, I’m probably working out, writing, or getting cursed out by my parrot. P.S. He was a rescue; I didn’t teach him that.

Posted in Beauty Subscription Boxes, Nourish Beauty Box Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: nourish beauty box | 3 comments

Comments (3)

  1. nice looking box although i have to say I’m not impressed with the Wild Magic earth mist. I’ve tried their stuff before and it felt very cheap

  2. Naomi, I caved. I hope I get your exact box!

  3. Goodness this box looks amazing. I wish I could afford it!

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