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The Detox Box January 2021 – FULL SPOILERS

The Detox Box February 2019 Fitglow Beauty

We have full spoilers for the January Detox box! This box was voted as one of the best skincare subscription boxes of 2019 by MSA readers!

The Detox Box is a subscription box from The Detox Market. Each month, you’ll receive one or more products from a selected green beauty brand.

The January 2021 Detox Box features EVOLVH:

  • UltraShine Moisture Shampoo 8.5 oz | 250 ml
  • UltraShine Moisture Conditioner 8.5 oz | 250 ml
  • SmartStart Leave-In Conditioner Spray 8.5 oz | 250 ml
  • TotalControl Styling Crème 8.5 oz | 250 ml
  • UltraFlex Hairspray 8.5 oz | 250 ml

What do you think of the full spoilers? (If you sign up today, this will be your first box!)

More on this box:

The Subscription Box: The Detox Box

The Cost: $55 a box ($39.95 a box with a 6-month subscription.)

The Products: Each month you’ll get a box featuring one or more green beauty products from our selected brand of the month at a value of at least $90 with complimentary shipping.

Ships to: US only.

Check out our reviews of The Detox Box to learn more about this subscription.

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Comments (27)

  1. I wasn’t thrilled about the box at first but this haircare is seriously AMAZING! I’ve been using it for the past four days and my hair is so silky and has great body. There are 5 products in the box and I’ve been using all of them. Plus, the smell of the products is lovely. I’m usually a $10 or less natural shampoo buyer but I will be repurchasing all of the these…at full price. lol

  2. It seems like some people aren’t happy about getting a hair care focused box, but I am thrilled with it! Evolvh is well known in the curly girl community because all of their products are curly girl method friendly, which is pretty rare. I will subscribe just for this box!

  3. These look good to me! We love trying new things hair products at my house.

  4. Me. My hair is waist length and silky fine and soft. Oily scalp. I never need moisture or extra product! Natural shine. All I need is great shampoo and a wee bit of detangler on damp hair. Don’t need any of this box. I never understood the ‘dirty hair is better’, I always thought that was nuts lol.

  5. I’m on a 6-month subscription. I do need more shampoo and conditioner so this box is alright. I see that some evolvh products have lavender, which I’m allergic to, but Ultrashine shampoo and conditioner don’t show lavender in their ingredients listings. I’ll probably give away the remaining products.

  6. Am I the only one with hair that doesn’t need moisture? My hair has always been greasy as it runs in my genes. I was actually a hair model years ago and had higher end brands need to wash my hair right before a show. They always told me that dirtier hair was better and not believe me when I said it would be too greasy. It led to many a 3am hair washings in a cold sink in a bathroom last minute. (Also any brand for thick, long, greasy hair would be much appreciated.)
    I also don’t use product and wouldn’t use at least 3 out of 5 of these. I’m not judging if anyone is doing their hair at this point but I’m barely going out.

    • How do one becomes a hair model? I never heard of that before.

      • I had a smaller modeling agency sign me about 15 years ago. It was in Pittsburgh so it wasn’t a huge deal. They sent me for a casting call for a hair convention and I was hired by Algenist. That one gig turned into many over a few years including Neutrogena and a few other higher end brands that I cannot remember. They’d do my hair in advance or even on stage/for promo. I remember one time having SO many “bubbles” put into my hair with hundreds of tiny hair ties. It was crazy to remove all those stupid hair ties.

        I also was a “promotional model” which meant a brand would hire me for a week or month to hand out samples in stores, at fairs… that kind of thing. The pay was great and I’d usually get a room of the brand’s product. I had boxes of Ritz crackers for what seemed like forever. I also sometimes got transportation and one time got to ride a Vespa for a week. By myself. In the rain. In traffic. After like 30 minutes of training. It was always fun though.

        My favorite gig was probably meeting the mail carrier from Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood. He was SO nice. We had to stand under a shelter/tent at an outdoor concert for about a half hour and almost no one came…again, rain.

    • Me. My hair is waist length and silky fine and soft. Oily scalp. I never need moisture or extra product! Natural shine. All I need is great shampoo and a wee bit of detangler on damp hair. Don’t need any of this box. I never understood the ‘dirty hair is better’, I always thought that was nuts lol.

  7. Ugh!!! I do not like this brand at all. Every product smells like conventional laundry detergent to me. My 6-month subscription just renewed too, so I’m getting it whether I want it or not. Bummer.

    That said, I guess it’s nice to see them branching out from skincare a bit. But this is not a brand I like. I can’t even speak for its overall performance because I never can get passed the scent.

    Hopefully others have a more positive experience!!

    • Can you skip? Maybe email CS and ask?

      • Duh! That’s a good idea. Why didn’t I think of that?! lol. Emailing them now!

      • Good luck, I know some don’t let you but I have skipped this box and I am on monthly as long as it is before they charge me (I think the 5th or 6th)

    • Agreed. I know I’m in the minority, but their products stink.

  8. I really need new conditioner and might get this. What does everyone think of these products? I have a ton of hair that needs moisture but gets weighed down. I liked but didn’t love the innersense they sent last March.

  9. Are they serious????

    I don’t know what’s funnier: $11 for a bottle of shampoo, $11 for a bottle of conditioner, $11 for a leave-in conditioner, $11 for a hair spray, $11 for a styling creme, or the idea that they think that there’s anything “detox” about hair items, which are all about washing (de-oiling) or conditioning/styling (= adding oil) dead matter that’s outside your skin.

    Kudos to EVOLVh for pulling a Barnum!

    • As someone who routinely pays more than $30 for shampoo- $11 seems very thrifty. I guess the value is where you choose to spend your money. I am not interested in this brand, but I believe that your comment could be made about any product. I do think it is nice to have an opportunity to try an entire line of products to see how they work together.

      • But *why* do you pay $30 for shampoo? No, they are not full of tricks and inventions if you pay more. This is a detergent formulated to take oil out of your hair. Nothing more. Any benefit claims mean that the product leaves a residue in your hair. No, shampoo does not penetrate the skin, just like your Ajax does not penetrate the soup bowl; it simply degreases the surfaces of the bowl.

        To strengthen the roots, whatever that means, you’d need to eat it. The roots are inside your skin. To “leave hair shiny” means that there’s a filmy residue that doesn’t wash out. And so on.

      • I am a firm believer in letting people enjoy the things they love as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone. If they prefer to buy $30 bottles of shampoo and conditioner, there is nothing wrong with that.

    • I was always taught to be more thrifty with shampoo and splurge more on a conditioner.

      • I avoid all kinds of products that either dry my scalp or cause my head to break out. I avoid artificial fragrance and color. I also avoid sulfates and other harmful ingredients. Since I go through a bottle of shampoo every 4-5 months I really don’t mind. If I had longer hair I would certainly avoid any harsh chemicals that would dry my hair while maybe seeking a less expensive brand. My daughter has long hair that is very thick, I am not going to buy her the same shampoo as me, but I am definitely encouraging her to select her products with care. Soaps can be VERY abrasive and harsh so to me it would be foolish to purchase a shampoo just because it cost less.

        My point was really that while I may think a Cadillac is a waste of money when a Honda will get me to the same place, it is really in the eye of the person making the purchase. It is not for me to say what is a waste of someone else’s money.

      • I’ve spent $1 on shampoo, I’ve spent $80 on shampoo. It’s not about the shampoo; it’s about the hair. I’m someone that has extremely oily hair that is very thick.

        I had a higher paying job years ago where I needed to look good. My hair took an hour to wash and dry. Six days a week at 5am. I didn’t want to do this. I tried for years to get away with skipping and using massive amounts of dry shampoo. But dry shampoo adds up as well.

        I would have easily paid a few dollars a day if I could have skipped a day of doing my hair as I would have gained an hour of sleep on days I could skip.

        I get that not everyone could do that and I’m so, so thankful I can wear a messy bun at this point.

    • I just bought samples of a few shampoos and conditioners from various higher end clean brands. Up until then, I’d purchased whatever was in my budget from the natural foods store. The results of the higher end stuff are magnificent. My hair is silkier, shinier, more hydrated, it falls better (sort of self styles itself), so I feel better about how I look – a lot better, in fact. This is why I’m now willing to pay premium for such products. It’s not because I’ve been fooled to think it is detoxing me. It’s for vanity, or for feeling more comfortable in my skin. That’s worth a few bucks when I have it. <3

  10. Sorry but this was spoiled a few days ago on another site.

    • So?

      • So? Well this site always spoiled first before any other site. Now, they’re the last.

    • Pam – what site? I’m looking for a good site, especially green beauty.

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