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.
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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 “Treat Yourself” May 2022 Review
Me Time Bath Bomb, 7 oz - Retail Value $8
This Me Time bath bomb brought all of the fruit flavors with notes of raspberry, cantaloupe, watermelon, grapefruit, and kumquat. This allegedly also has notes of jasmine and violet, but the fruit was the star of the scent for me. It turned my bath water a pretty light pink and didn't stain my tub when I was done soaking.
Country Bathhouse Bubble Rubble in Oasis, 8 oz - Retail Value $12
This bubble rubble is like a bubble bar that's been pre-crumbled for me, and I only have to add a handful for my bath to be able to fill it with bubbles. It has scent notes of lavender, apple, pomelo, and apricot, but personally, I thought the lavender was the star of the show.
Whipped Soap Scrub in Strawberry Milkshake - Retail Value $15
I don't know if it is a guarantee that each month you'll receive a whipped soap scrub in your Bath Bevy box, but I've received a new one in each box since I've started reviewing the monthly box. I like getting these whipped soaps, though- the scrub part is incredibly mild so I don't have to worry about over-exfoliating my skin, and I much prefer the soft and fun texture of whipped soap to a bar of soap. I enjoyed the sweet strawberry smell of this soap, too.
Lavender Champagne Bath Bomb, 7 oz - Retail Value $8
I love the smell of lavender, so this bath bomb was right up my alley. As the bath bomb dissolved and perfumed the air with its lavender scent, it had streams of light purple and white spreading across my tub. I would honestly be really happy if more Bath Bevy products in the lavender champagne scent appeared in future boxes.
Black Raspberry Vanilla Cupcake Bath Bomb - Retail Value $10
Okay, how cute is this cupcake bath bomb? The pink "cake" part is a bath bomb, while the purple frosting is bubble bath that was soft and crumbled easily in my hands. The bubble bath made a good bit of bubbles, and it was fun to then add in the pink bath bomb for a "best of both worlds" situation, while the steamy air was scented with notes of vanilla and raspberry.
Valley Candles Joy Bath Bomb
Isn't this heart-shaped bath bomb cute? It's made with skin-softening butters and a custom-for-Bath Bevy fragrance of huckleberry and vanilla buttercream cake. I did feel like my skin was softer when I stepped out of the bath, and I liked the periwinkle color this bath bomb left behind once it was fully dissolved.
Value – Was This Box Worth It?
The Cost: $43.21 per month + $7.95 shipping.
- Me Time Bath Bomb: $8
- Bubble Rubble: $12
- Soap Scrub: $15
- Lavender Champagne Bath Bomb: $8
- Cupcake Bath Bomb: $10
- Joy Bath Bomb: N/A
Everything in this box is handmade by Bath Bevy or a fellow indie bath brand, and it seems like the Joy bath bomb was custom-made for the box as I couldn't find it available for sale. All of the products except the Joy bath bomb add up to $53, which is about even with the cost of the box once shipping is taken into account.
I thought this month's Bath Bevy box was lovely. The theme this month was "treat yourself," and four bath bombs in one box is absolutely how I like to treat myself and relax. Some subscribers may have felt bath bomb fatigue, but it wasn't me. Everything in the box smelled nice, and I was able to use all of the products to try and relax and embrace the theme of this month's box. 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.
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What do you think of Bath Bevy? What's your favorite scent profile for your bath products?