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Bath Bevy Tubless “Cozy Mood” November 2022 Box Review + Coupon

Jessica Hapak
ByJessica HapakNov 22, 2022 | 3 comments

Bath Bevy
3.8 overall rating
29 Ratings | 18 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 Tubless Bath Bevy box, which will not send bath bombs, bubble bars, or any other bathing product you need a bath tub for.

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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 "Cozy Mood” Tubless November 2022 Review

Pistachio Pumpkin Whipped Soap Scrub - Retail Value $15


Regardless of if you subscribe to the standard Bath Bevy box or the tubless version, I think you can count on getting a whipped soap scrub in every box. If you've never tried a whipped soap or whipped soap scrub, you're missing out- I find it makes sudsing up a lot more fun than holding a bar of soap because of the whipped texture, and while there is a mix of sugar in the formula, the "scrubby" part of the experience is gentle and not too abrasive. My boss has a four year old and two year old, and both boys love to play with these soap scrubs when he takes a bath (which means my boss loves them because she can get her two-year-old to take a bath). I've shared some other soap scrubs with my boss before, too, so it's worth pointing out that these ones by Bath Bevy have never stained the tub. That's not something I ever really considered (probably because I was using an adult amount and not a toddler-is-playing amount, but she has had a stained tub experience from a whipped soap before! Pistachio Pumpkin is deliciously gourmand. It leans more heavily in pumpkin territory than pistachio for me, but it was quite an enjoyable scent.

Lemongrass & Orange Shower Steamers, 2 ct - Retail Value $12


I absolutely adore how shower steamers can instantly turn a regular shower into a spa-like experience, so I always get excited when they come in this subscription box. The lemongrass and orange scent is refreshingly pleasant, but it's not as zingy as some of of the other scents like peppermint or eucalyptus. This one also dissolved faster than shower steamers in the past, but I may have had poor placement luck and it was getting a more direct hit from the shower stream than usual.

Lavender & Tea Tree Shower Steamers, 2 ct - Retail Value $12


These lavender and tea tree shower steamers smell heavenly. They bring the zing, which is exactly what I need when my sinuses feel stuffy or I am dealing with a headache, and I love how the scent mixes with the warm shower air to make my shower smell very similar to the shower experience I had at the Canyon Ranch spa. I wish I had a box of 20 of these bad boys so I could use one every day for the foreseeable future.

Cozy Vanilla Body Wash, 9 oz - Retail Value $12

This body wash definitely reminds me of warm vanilla sugar, and I mean that as a good thing. I like that the Bath Bevy body wash formula isn't drying to my skin, and while the scent is pleasant, it isn't aggressive or overwhelming. It's a very solid wash that is leaving my skin neutral for almost any scented body lotion I want to apply on top of it.

Valley Candles Apple Harvest Candle, 4 oz - Estimated Value $12 (linked to same-size candle in different scent)

I love that the tubless version of the Bath Bevy subscription keeps sending us candles- it feels like such a treat! This apple harvest candle has a prominent apple scent that is lovely, and there is a soft hint of cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, orange, and cedarwood that reminds me a little bit of apple cider without being overly spiced- the apple scent is the star of the show here. The candle is made with soy wax and cotton wick, so it burns cleanly, too.

Cozy Fig Hand Sanitizer Spray, 2 oz - Retail Value $8

This hand sanitizer has scent notes of amber, sweet vanilla, ripe plum, and fig, and it's made with 70% Ethyl Alcohol (which is over the CDC-recommended 60%) and aloe vera to add some moisture to your skin while the alcohol kills the germs. I like the way this smells, and how I now have a hand sanitizer with a scent that matches the season we're in.

Value – Was This Box Worth It?

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

Value Breakdown: Everything in this box is handmade by Bath Bevy. All of the prices add up to $71, which is more than the cost of the box plus shipping.

Key Takeaways

Now that I have been trying out the tubless version for a few months, I have a better idea of what to expect- and I like what I have been seeing! I have received some sort of candle, a whipped soap, and shower steamers in every box, and I love the sensorial experience this box gives. I thought there was going to be more overlap between this box and the standard Bath Bevy subscription, but that hand sanitizer is actually the first time to truly be the same between both items- color me impressed. If you love using artisan bath products but taking baths isn't your thing, I recommend checking out the Bath Bevy tubless subscription.

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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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I received this box too, with different scents in the candle ( hate mine but would have loved the apple fragrance) and the hand sanitizer was also different.

I was upset and concerned that the hand sanitizer came in a glass container, and as I got both the shower version and the tub version of the boxes ( crossover with a subscription change), I had two to throw away. I am not carrying around an alcohol based solution in glass in a purse, and away from home is where I’d use a hand sanitizer.

I take baths, not showers, but think the variety of the tubless ( gee, that sounds so bad to me) version is a bit more versatile with products other than bath bombs and a soap scrob.

Also, last thing: Someone needs to tell this company to take the ” scrub” sugar ingredient or other element out of the whipped soap and just let us luxuriate in the greatness that is soft whipped soap without the beachy bum scratchiness they keep on adding.

All in all, I love the company and the boxes, but I want a soft soap, which is what my dad called himself when he was being indulgent to Mom and me; A ” soft soap”, not sap. I do not know the origin. 🙂

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Why throw it away? I’m sure their are plenty of people or places that would’ve happily used that hanitizer (as my daughter calls it). A women’s shelter, perhaps?

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Exactly, MRSLITTLE. Why throw away perfectly good products? And why not give the company her feedback herself?

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