This is another great bag for $20.00 – again, basically the cost of the evanhealy product alone, and less than half the cost of the $45 Dr. Haushka product. The estimated retail value for the bag as a whole is $142.91, extending tremendous value, even more than the previous bag. I’m most excited about the evanhealy product – I love these balms – and the nail polish remover simply because of how well it worked. That said, having now reviewed both bags I have some feedback! Between the two there were three retinol-adjacent products included. While the Mad Hippie product was a generous size that would lend itself to usage over time (an important factor in knowing whether a retinol-like product will work well for you), the MyChelle sample was tiny. Rather than multiple retinal/vitamin A products and/or shampoo/conditioners, I would have loved to see more complimentary product pairs (especially in a bag labeled “The New Essentials”). A nail polish to go with the remover would have been nice, or a sunscreen to protect skin while using the vitamin V/retinal products (an especially important factor when using retinal/retinol). I’m also disappointed in the Acure mask debacle – both in Whole Food’s lack of messaging around the recall and Acure’s weak statement on their IG. Safe to say, I’ll be avoiding Acure products in the future (and a huge thanks to MSA readers for giving me the head’s up. Love y’all.) All in all, it’s tough to complain about a $20 bag, and I would absolutely consider purchasing this in the future if anything to get my hands on another evanhealy stick with some nice accompaniments at a good price point.