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Bath Bevy “Spring Time” Box Review – March 2022

Jessica Hapak
ByJessica HapakMar 25, 2022 | 1 comment

Bath Bevy
3.8 overall rating
28 Ratings | 17 Reviews

Bath Bevy is a subscription box for those who love self-care. Each month subscribers will receive a thoughtfully curated box featuring bath bombs, bath salts, and other bath products from various indie brands. If you aren't a fan of baths, Bath Bevy even has a Tubless subscription option, where you'll receive handmade bath and body goodness without a single item that requires running a bath. When you subscribe to Bath Bevy, you can expect to bathe in luxury no matter if you're standing in a shower or sitting in a tub.

This is a review of the standard Bath Bevy box, which sends products for bath lovers.

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out our editorial guidelinesto learn more about how we review boxes.)

First Impressions

 

This subscription comes packaged in a blue and white box, and when you open it you find the items thoughtfully tucked inside of sizzle and tissue paper and sealed with a sticker. There is also an info sheet detailing the products included.

Bath Bevy “Spring Time” March 2022 Review

Spring Break Bath Bomb, 7.5 oz - Retail Value $8

I loved the sweet scent of this bath bomb - it has scent notes of cotton candy, lemon drops, warm caramel, and sweet raspberry jam. Bath bombs are truly one of my favorite things in life, and one of the big reasons I love them is because of the colorful bath art they create. This nicely-sized bath bomb didn't create a colorful design in the water, but it was incredibly foamy and created quite a bit of bubbles.

I was actually delighted by how many bubbles this bath bomb made - it's far more than I am used to seeing, and made for an enjoyable experience while sweetly scenting the air.

Spring Fling Bath Bomb, 7.5 oz - Retail Value $8

This bath bomb was very similar to the Spring Break bath bomb, but I didn't consider that to be a bad thing. It's scented with raspberry, cotton candy, and crushed ice, and it also created foamy bubbles once it hit the water. The bubbles weren't quite as thick compared to the Spring Break bath bomb, but it still was fun.

Here Comes The Sun! Bubble Bar, 5 oz - Retail Value $12

I love when I can sink into a bathtub full of bubbles - I just wish my bathtub was bigger and my water pressure was stronger! Even though the water pressure for my bathtub is less than ideal, this bubble bar still created quite a bit of citrus-smelling bubbles. I used about a third of the bubble bar each time I used it which created plenty of bubbles, and I enjoyed the citrus scent of the orange, lemon, and lime notes (it was almost reminiscent of an orange creamsicle to me).

Pot of Gold Whipped Soap Scrub - Retail Value $15

 

I love how gentle and soft whipped soaps feel on my skin, so the fact that this is a scrub made with a whipped soap meant that while this exfoliates, it's non-drying on my skin and fun to use. The scent is comprised of coconut, orange, and cardamon, and the scent was more on the unique side compared to what I am used to smelling! My skin can be finicky and it's easy for me to over-exfoliate, but I haven't had any issues since I started using this.

Uplifted Epsom Salt, 16 oz - Retail Value $16

I love Epsom salts, and the uplifted scent of these comes from sweet orange and ylang-ylang. This is a nicely-sized bag of salts, and I really appreciate that - I am used to other subscription boxes sending much smaller quantities, and I am left feeling like I have to supplement with plain Epsom salt just to get the actual benefits of the salt.

So Fresh, So Clean Hand Sanitizer Spray, 2 oz - Retail Value $8

This hand sanitizer smells like eucalyptus, spearmint, and fresh rain, and I would be thrilled if Bath Bevy made an entire box of products just in this scent- eucalyptus mint is one of my favorite scent pairings of all time, and I absolutely love them in my bath products. Hand sanitizers are something I like to keep handy in my purse and at my work, and I enjoy the ease of the sanitizer sprays much more than the thicker gels.

Value – Was This Box Worth It?

The Cost: $43.21 per month + $7.95 shipping.

Value Breakdown:

  • Spring Break Bath Bomb: $8
  • Spring Break Bath Bomb: $8
  • Bubble Bar: $12
  • Soap Scrub: $15
  • Epsom Salts: $16
  • Hand Sanitizer Spray: $8

Everything in this box is handmade by Bath Bevy, but luckily the products are available for sale on the Bath Bevy website individually. All of the products add up to $67, which is about $15 more than the cost of the box plus shipping.

Key Takeaways

It's been a few years since I've seen a Bath Bevy subscription box, but I can see that the lovely curation and great quality is as great as ever. This box smelled awesome - there were lots of citrus scents, along with a few products with cotton candy and the eucalyptus mint hand sanitizer, and all of them were scents that made my nose happy. This is the subscription for someone looking to add a little extra luxury to their monthly bath routine with the added bonus of being surprised by the products curated around a fun theme. If you're a fan of artisan bath products or just love self-care, this is a subscription box worth checking out.

Check out all of our Bath Bevy reviews and our favorite beauty subscription boxes for more great bath and spa-oriented subscriptions!

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Jessica Hapak
Jessica Hapak
I am a staunch believer that pineapple doesn’t belong on pizza and when I’m not working as a family law attorney I enjoy hiking the Louisiana trails (alligator sightings are a favorite!) or relaxing with Duchess, my cat. I’m a sucker for anything labeled a mystery box and I’ve never met a bath bomb I didn’t like.

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Amy in KC

Oooh that bubble bar looks interesting! I feel relaxed just reading this review. ;D I, too, am a big fan of eucalyptus and mint!

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