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Bath Bevy “Bloom” Box Review – April 2022

Jessica Hapak
ByJessica HapakMay 3, 2022 | 0 comments

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 guidelines to 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. You can really tell Bath Bevy pays attention to detail by how they pack their box. There is also an info sheet detailing the products included.

Bath Bevy “Bloom” April 2022 Review

Cherry Blossom Bath Bomb - Retail Value $8

Bath bombs from Bath Bevy are a little different from the bath bombs I buy from Lush in that they are much foamier and dissolve a lot quicker. As a result, I'll get colored bathwater and fun bubbles streaming from the bath bomb as it dissolves, but not as much bath art. I don't think that is necessarily a bad thing- I certainly haven't had a stained tub yet from using a Bath Bevy bath bomb, so I know plenty of people who would prefer a Bath Bevy bath bomb over that alone. This cherry blossom bath bomb was more colorful than its sugared rose counterpart, and I enjoyed the bright pink and green bubbles this created as the bomb dissolved along with the scent comprised of cherry blossom, mimosa flower petals, vanilla, tonka bean, and oriental woods.

 

Here is what it looked like once it hit the water.

Whipped Up Wonderful Lavender Bubble Taffy, 6 ct - Retail Value $12

 

I loved this bubble taffy from Whipped Up Wonderful- they're perfectly portioned out bubble bars that will scent my waters with bubbles that smell like fresh lavender flowers. These created a really good amount of high-quality bubbles from one single piece, and it crumbled easily under running water once I started playing with it. I think my favorite part is how portable this bubble bath is- I have a hotel stay coming up with a room that has a jacuzzi tub, and it'll be so much easier to bring these.

Night Violet Whipped Soap Scrub - Retail Value $15

 

The scent of last month's whipped soap scrub wasn't my favorite, so I was excited to swap it out with this fresh jar that was a lot more to my liking. I love the fun texture of a whipped soap scrub, which provides a gentle cleanse and exfoliation without drying out my skin, and this was scented to smell like violet, bergamot, jasmine, and lemon cucumber water. I have sensitive skin that gets irritated by plenty of body washes, but I haven't had any issues with Bath Bevy's formula.

Sugar Rose Bath Bomb - Retail Value $8

This bath bomb created pink and white bubbles as it foamed up, and it softly scented the air with notes of sugared rose petals, tonka bean, lemons, and geranium. I enjoyed it and the pink bath water it left behind (that didn't stain my tub), and I appreciate that my skin didn't feel dried out when I was done bathing.

Does it remind anyone else of cotton candy?

Sugared Violets Bubble Bath Jug, 9 oz - Retail Value $12

If I got a bubble bath jug in a different scent every month of my subscription to this box, I would honestly be a happy camper. Bath Bevy just knows how to make a high-quality bubble bath that gives me loads of bubbles with just a little bit of products, so I can stretch this jug out for plenty of baths, The sugared violets scent is a mix of violets, jasmine, sugar, and vanilla, and it was really pleasant without being too strong.

This is a lot of bubbles for my bathtub because the water pressure isn't the best- I can only imagine how many more bubbles would be created if I had a better quality tub.

Mountain Madness Juicy Girl Bath Bomb - Retail Value $8

 

I didn't fully understand this bath bomb. Do you see that pink rose that's in the middle of the bath bomb? I don't know what it is. It was rock hard and didn't dissolve in my bathwater whatsoever, but it's been slowly getting smaller ever since I placed it on the side of my bathtub. I don't get it. The rest of the bath bomb was a lot of fun- it had a floral scent thanks to the tuberose, marigold, and hyacinth, and that was complemented by notes of vanilla and tropical fruit. It sent out streams of foamy pink and white bubbles, and when it was done dissolving it left my bath water a fun pink color.

 

Here it is in action.

Value – Was This Box Worth It?

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

Value Breakdown:

  • Cherry Blossom Bath Bomb: $8
  • Sugar Rose Bath Bomb: $8
  • Bubble Taffy: $12
  • Soap Scrub: $15
  • Bubble Bath Jug: $12
  • Juicy Girl Bath Bomb: $8

Everything in this box is handmade by Bath Bevy or a fellow indie bath brand, but luckily the products are available for sale on the Bath Bevy website individually. All of the products add up to $63, which is about $12 more than the cost of the box plus shipping.

Key Takeaways

I thought this month's Bath Bevy box was lovely. As someone who loves to take baths with a bath bomb, I was really excited to see we received three of them this month. Getting both a bubble bath jug and the bubble taffy means I have a solid amount of bubble baths in my future over the next few weeks, and then I get to use the soap scrub to make sure my skin is soft and clean. Everything in the box smelled really nice and matched the floral theme of the month without smelling too perfume-y or heavy.  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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