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GlossyBox Summer 2022 Limited Edition “The Flat Lay Co.” Bag – Available Now

Kai Green
ByKai GreenJul 25, 2022 | 22 comments

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Glossybox's Summer 2022 Limited Edition Bag is now available for non-subscribers. "Boasting 9 travel-friendly products worth over $175," they can pick it up for $35. Subscribers, who got access yesterday, will pay $30.

From Glossybox:

 A travel beauty collection you can take anywhere! Our 3rd annual Summer Limited Edition has had a tropical makeover for 2022! This year we’ve partnered with The Flay Lay Co. to bring you an exclusive design on their bestselling, mutlifunctional box bag. And there’s some incredible beauty brands to discover inside…

Plus there’s the chance to find a Golden Ticket and win a prize from Touchland!

Glossybox has partnered up with The Flat Lay Co. for their Travel Vibes Box Bag, and products will include:

 

  • Borghese Crema Ristorativo 24 Moisturizer deluxe mini -Target fine lines, wrinkles and dullness with the Crema Ristorativo 24 Moisturizer from Borghese. There's watermelon extract to hydrate and seaweed to pretect against the damage of UV.Deluxe mini worth $34.65
  • Boscia Cryosea Firming Icy-Cold Cleanser travel size -In the heat of summer, the cooling effect of Boscia's Cryosea™ Firming Icy-Cold Cleanser is super refreshing, and it contains AHAs to help smooth and soften skin.Travel size worth $7
  • Nudestix NUDIES Matte Blush deluxe mini -Cream blush is great for adding a pinch of natural color and revealing a youthful glow and we're obsessed with the NUDIES Matte Blush from Nudestix!Deluxe mini worth $9
  • Volition Mineral Prismatic Luminizing Shield full size - The weightless, breathable forumla behind Volition's Mineral Prismatic Luminizing Shield makes it "the anti-sunscreen for sunscreen haters" and the pearl finish makes it a joy to wear everyday!Full size worth $35
  • Vintage Makeup Removing Cloths full size - Travel-friendly and easy to use, these Makeup Removing Cloths are super soft on the skin, and can be paired with a cleaner or simply used alone with water.Full size worth $9.99

You can also choose one of the following scented products:

SOLINOTES Eau De Parfum - Designed to be worn alone, or layered with other scents, the Solinotes Eau de Parfum are beautifully fresh yet super long-lasting. Choose your favorite from the bright, zesty Yuzu or warm, sweet Vanilla. Full size worth $15

AROMATHERAPY ASSOCIATES  Revive Evening Bath & Shower Oil - Give yourself a boost of energy and confidence for a summer's evening with the romantic blend of Geranium, Ylang Ylang, Patchouli and Sandalwood essential oils in the Revive Evening Bath & Shower Oil. Deluxe mini worth $9

VOIR Sunset Rituals Signature Conditioner - Deeply nourish and hydrate sun-soaked strands with the Sunset Rituals Signature Conditioner from Voir and reveal glossy, smooth, shiny hair. Deluxe mini worth $12

SUSTEAU Moondust Hair Wash - The award-winning powder-to-lather Moondust Hair Wash is perfect for travel. Simply sprinkle SUSTEAU's powder shampoo into wet hands and rub together to activate.Deluxe mini worth $13

You also have a chance to win a Touchland Power Mist Bundle worth $117 if you get a Golden Ticket in your bag:

For this year’s Summer Limited Edition, we’re partnering with Touchland to give you the chance to win one of their iconic Power Mist packages! Their luxe hand sanitizers feature a huge range of delicious fragrances, and leave your hands hydrated, soft and (most importantly) clean!There are 5 Golden Tickets hidden in random bags. Find one and you'll win the Power Mist Bundles worth $117.

What Else to Know

  • Use code DIVE25 to get 25% off your first box and as a subscriber, get the limited edition box for $30 instead of $35.
  • GlossyBox estimates the value of this bag at $175+

THE BOX: GlossyBox is a beauty subscription that sends five deluxe and full-size products to your door every month for $21 (with free shipping to the U.S.). You should expect to discover new brands of hair care, makeup, and skincare in each box, wrapped up nicely with a different theme each time.

THE COST: $30 for members, $35 for nonmembers

THE VALUE: $175+

THE PRODUCTS: Makeup, skincare and haircare products.

Learn more about GlossyBox by reading our reviews.

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Kai Green is a freelance writer who loves happy surprises, which is why she loves subscription boxes. She has a favorite box every week and gets almost TOO excited about packaging. When she isn’t thinking about subscriptions she thinks about entertainment, pop culture and BTS. Her most fervent wish is that a BTS box becomes a reality.

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22 comments

Linda

Ordered this box,got it for 8$ using my survey credits! What a deal!

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Tolin

I snagged one too! This is actually a great deal — bags like this tend to go for around $25 just for the bag. Getting the rest for around $10 is pretty impressive; I was considering it even before they released the last batch of spoilers.

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missann

I’ve never used the swap thing on this site, it seems pointless to pay for postage for items I can truly live without or just buy what I want on apps. I see hundreds of sub box products for sale everywhere. The items I don’t use from my subs are either given to the unhoused or given away on my Facebook group. I only sub 2 boxes.

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Carol

Yeah, I never really understood it either. I really don’t have that much stuff that I don’t use and it’s mostly samples anyway, so it’s easier to donate or give to friends.

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Melissa

It’s not “mostly samples” if you subscribe to the right boxes. 😉

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T. Smith

I snagged one! I will use everything, except the blush stick. Btw, ladies…there are a lot of trade pages on Facebook and if you are a member of FFF, there are trade threads on the forums.

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Kelly

I’m a subscriber. Didn’t get an e-mail with a link to this box, and can’t find it anywhere on their web site as of noon ET. Anyone have any better luck?

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Kelly

Success! It finally popped up on the web site. So all is good.

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Lisa Dion

Here’s the bummer- I would have purchased this box, through the MSA link (which would have brought a commission to MSA). But since the swap site is closing I’m no longer willing to make a purchase and risk not liking a big portion of the box. Because now I won’t have the opportunity to swap away the items I don’t want. I have the feeling that there are ALOT of others that will be like me. This decision is not only going to cost MSA in lost site traffic/ads (a huge portion of the traffic was through swaps) I believe there is going to be a HUGE drop in commission income to MSA because reader just won’t be willing to buy as many boxes, because we can’t swap what we don’t like. This decision baffles me- I truly think if they go though with shutting down swaps it’ll be the beginning of the end of MSA.

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Elaine Kaiser

A few years ago, I had so many sub boxes. Everything from FFF and Causebox to Ipsy, Allure, and Margot Elena. I tried so many and then after a year or so, I was on product overload. So, I started doing fairly large swaps to obtain my fav products like a dry oil I loved that was over $60 retail, a special candle called Summer of 1982 from the ME box, and a CauseBox poncho I wanted in every color to cozy up in. It worked so well for me because it often seemed that products I didn’t need – like certain skin care products or home goods – were in demand by people who had exactly what I needed. The shipping was pricey at times, but worth it to get luxe products I missed out on, really wanted multiples of, or couldn’t be purchased because they were only available in the sub box.

I stopped subbing for awhile because I had way too much stuff and 2020 was a bit scary not knowing how the economy would be impacted. Now, my only box is Fortune Cookie Soap.

I decided to comb through MSA again to pick 2 boxes to sign up for and so much has changed with the site and some boxes don’t even seem to exist now.

Because swaps worked out so well for me, I am rethinking subbing to boxes. I might pick one, but no way will I get the volume I had.

I know I could sell the unwanted items, but that never appealed to me. I met such nice people swapping. It seemed like we frequently threw in extras for each other that made getting the swaps almost like getting a mini sub box.

So, that was a long-winded way of saying that I’m sad this feature is going away. If I do sub for boxes, I’ll go through MSA, but without swaps, I may just watch TikTok beauty gurus and treat myself to what seem like the best new products.

MSA – Please reconsider doing away with swaps. Thanks!

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Danielle

I’ve been a member since swapping began and I’ve never really used it that much. MSA is going to be fine without the swapping option. There are still other swap sites out there, plus you can always donate the samples you don’t want.

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mia

I’ve never gotten into swapping. Packaging and sending things seems like so much trouble and postage isn’t exactly cheap. Whatever I don’t want from my Ipsy and Margot Elena boxes and some other random boxes I buy, I let my friends pick through (they do the same for me, so I guess we’re swapping in a sense). Decent size shampoos, soaps, and those weird charcoal toothpastes get dropped off at the homeless shelter.

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missann

Why not just sell the unwanted items on Poshmark, Mercadi etc? Swapping requires mailing something so getting paid sounds like a good option to me.

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Melissa

Well, MissAnn, with *swapping* you are able to get something that you want that came from a subscription box. Yes, if you sell the items, you might be able to find the item you want for sale somewhere and then purchase it, but I’ve had trouble finding some items that I want for sale.

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Melissa

I totally agree. Will definitely be purchasing fewer boxes and visiting the site less frequently.

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Stephanie

I just looked at this new site but it’s not associated with MSA so whoever created it is looking to be paid somehow. I’m not into paying to swap whether it be per swap or monthly fee. There’s several other free sites on FB that requires no money.

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Becky King

Have you seen the new proposed swap site “mysubscriptionswaps.com” that they say is “coming soon!”?

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Peggy

With swaps closing, my plan is really to avoid this website after July 31. If swaps reopen, I’ll return.

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Kristin

I just want the bag!

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Nan

Me, too!

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Kristin

Unfortunately with swaps closing I can’t get rid of the products 😢

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missann

Eh, not an incentive I can’t live without.

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