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The 13 Best Monthly Subscription Boxes of All Time

Liz Cadman
ByLiz CadmanOct 29, 2021 | 72 comments

From beauty boxes to meal kits and wine clubs to clothing subscriptions, My Subscription Addiction has reviewed a seemingly endless amount of subscription boxes.

If you think your mailbox is crowded, you should see ours. We’ve had everything from trendy workout gear and sparkly jewelry to cured meats and diapers delivered to our doorstep, so it’s no wonder that our experts, writers and reviewers get asked the same question again and again: “What subscription box would you recommend?”

And with good reason. Over the years, the MSA team has discovered that there’s truly a subscription box for everything (there’s even one made specifically for diehard fans of the television show Friends). Despite reviewing thousands of products, subscriptions, kits and boxes, what we’ve realized is that there’s a small core group that have truly stood the test of time.

These 13 monthly subscription boxes deserve top honors because they continue to set the standard for what a subscription should be. They’re the best of the best and just keep getting better.

The Absolute Best Monthly Subscription Boxes of All Time

1. ipsy

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Why It’s One of the Best: Love brands like tarte, MAC, Make Up For Ever and more? If so, then you’ve got to subscribe to Ipsy.

This monthly beauty subscription launched in 2012 and has consistently delivered an incredible value (around $50) in beauty products since. Popular and affordable, our readers have crowned Ipsy one of their favorite beauty subscriptions several years in a row. Each month, you’ll get five full- and/or deluxe-size makeup, skincare, haircare and beauty products, all delivered in a makeup bag so cute, you might be tempted to use it as a clutch.

You’ll take a quiz upon signing up so your deliveries align with your tastes and preferences, but your box will be a surprise. Plus, you can rate all the items you receive, so your products become more customized over time.

Cost: $12 per month. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Get a free Complex Culture brush set with purchase (value $74). No coupon needed - just use this link.

2. Bespoke Post

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Why It’s One of the Best: Bespoke Post describes itself as boxes for people “who give a damn” and we couldn’t agree more.

Launched in 2011, Bespoke Post is a high-quality men’s monthly subscription box service that gives you a “mini lifestyle upgrade” in each box. Each month they expertly curate several new boxes around a theme. Last month’s theme was “Off-Duty” and the box included a super soft long-sleeve t-shirt from Bread & Boxers Melange Long Sleeve Crew Neck (with a retail value of $34.95) and comfy, 100% organic sweatpants from Bread & Boxers valued at $59.95. Another Bespoke Post theme? The “Kempt” box, which focused on grooming. It included shampoo, conditioner and even a mud mask.

The subscription supports customization, as well. Subscribers can select which they want from new or past boxes — or skip that month. Think of Bespoke Post as a way to upgrade one aspect of your life every month. The value is consistently higher than the cost of the box, too.

Cost: $45 per month. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: 50% off your first box with code CYBER2021

3. Barkbox

Why It’s One of the Best: Even pets love a good mail day, which could be the reason why BarkBox is a reader-favorite monthly subscription box service for dogs.

While you’re enjoying your latest subscription box, your pooch could be reveling in some surprises of their own. In each high-quality box, your pup will receive two bags of all-natural dog treats made in the U.S. or Canada, two innovative toys, and a chew, all inspired by a quirky new monthly theme. Past collections have been based around themes like “Dogsgiving,” “Peanuts,” and “Lick or Treat.”

There’s even a “super chewer” option for dogs who seem to destroy every toy they come in contact with or can’t get enough of tug of war (sounds ruff). Prices start at $23 a box for a 12-month plan and include free shipping inside the 48 contiguous United States. Each box is valued at over $40.

Cost: $29.00 per month. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Super Chewer Spiderman + Free Extra Toys In Every Box For 6 Months. No coupon needed - just use this link.

4. Allure Beauty Box

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Why It’s One of the Best: Allure magazine readers, rejoice! There’s a box that brings the pages of the beloved beauty publication to life.

If thumbing through the latest issue of Allure isn’t enough to get your makeup, haircare and skincare fix, it’s time to sign up for the Allure Beauty Box, a monthly subscription box created by the experts and editors at Allure. Each month, subscribers receive deluxe- and full-sized beauty and makeup items, making it an easy way to try beauty trends and discover new brands.

While the box will cost you $23 a month, the six items inside will have a total value of over $100. Our most recent delivery included a full-size bottle of  U Beauty Resurfacing Compound (which boasts a retail value of $148.00), Christophe Robin Daily Hair Cream (valued at $43), Floss Lip Advocate in Your Honor (valued at $18), Madeca Derma Revitalizing Sheet Mask ($1.99), a sample of La Roche-Posay Anthelios Melt-in-Milk Sunscreen for Face & Body SPF 100, (estimated value $1.39) and Sisley Black Rose Cream Mask (estimated value $28.67). It’s easy to see how the value of this box far outweighs the monthly subscription cost.

Need more convincing? Read our latest reviews of the Allure Beauty Box and learn more about newly launched products, beauty award-winners, and the occasional indie-beauty-brand find, too.

Cost: $23 per month. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Allure Beauty Box Limited Edition Feel Good Box. Box subscribers can purchase for $40, non-subscribers can purchase for $80. No coupon needed - just use this link.

5. Menlo Club

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Why It’s One of the Best: Menlo Club is one of our favorite clothing subscriptions for men for a number of reasons. Launched in 2002 by two best friends who met at USC (they used to be known as Five Four Club), Menlo Club provides quality men’s clothing at a really fair price. Here’s how it works: For $60/month, you will receive a delivery of Five Four, Grand AC athletic wear, or New Republic products. A recent box, which was curated around the theme “Comeback Kid,” included a soft and comfortable 100% cotton button-down shirt in tones of grey and white and a classic-looking, cozy half-zip pullover sweater in black.

On average, you’ll receive two items per month and every month is different. It’s easy to exchange sizes, too. There’s free shipping, and you can pause or cancel your account at any time. It’s an easy way to update (or upgrade) your wardrobe, as noted by our Menlo Club reviews.

Cost: $60 per month. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Receive your first package for just $40! MENLO40PKG Code Applied At Checkout

6. Book of the Month

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Why It’s One of the Best: Sometimes, looking for your next good book is a struggle. There’s so many titles to choose from! Do you go with the bestseller? Try a new author? Finally order a copy of that title everyone’s been talking about or simply ask your well-read friends for advice? Book of the Month wants to take the guesswork out of the next book you dive into. A fun and super easy way to ensure there’s always a good book on your nightstand, this highly customizable subscription features a variety of genres so there’s always something to pique your interest (and maybe even push you out of your comfort zone).

Here’s how it works: Every month, you’ll choose a new hardcover title from five options (take a look at their latest options here). As you turn the pages, you’re actually reading alongside the Book of the Month community, which is just like joining a big, friendly book club. Your first book is $9.99 and after that, $14.99 a month. That’s much more affordable than buying a brand new hardcover book at full price.

Even better? Oftentimes, you’ll get access to newly released books before they are available for sale, too. So, subscribe and soon enough, you may become the friend others come to for book recommendations.

Cost: $14.99 per month. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Limited Time Only! First book for $5 with code BOXEDUP

7. BeautyFIX


Why It’s One of the Best: Paging everyone totally obsessed with their skincare routine.

Step away from your bathroom mirror and toward your new favorite subscription: BeautyFIX. Created by the minds behind Dermstore, a one-stop-shop for skincare and beauty products, this month subscription brings the best in beauty to your doorstep. Each month, subscribers receive a mix of six or more full- and deluxe-travel-size products.

Previous boxes have included big name brands like Avene (which calls itself the leading skincare line in European pharmacies), Paula’s Choice (cruelty-free, research-based skincare), Skinceuticals (a celebrity favorite), ByTerry, Jane Iredale and Juice Beauty.

Our most recent BeautyFIX review included Juice Beauty Bamboo Pore Refining Mask, .5 fl oz (valued at $9), Sachajuan Scalp Shampoo, 1 fl oz. (valued at $3.45), SkinCeuticals Phyto Plus, 4 ml (estimated value $11.60), Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel, 3 pack (estimated value $8.80), IMAGE Skincare I MASK Firming Transformation Mask, 2 oz. (retail value $55.00), and Dermstore Collection Plush Spa Headband (retail value $12.00).

Cost: $24.95 per month. Sign up here.

8. Stitch Fix

Why It’s One of the Best: Simply put: Stitch Fix is the original online personal styling service, and it’s still one of the best.

Launched in 2011, Stitch Fix’s mission is to change the way people find clothes they love by combining technology with the personal touch of seasoned style experts. Their goal is to help you save time while evolving your personal style over time. Over the years, Stitch Fix has grown from catering to just women in a certain size range, to covering all sizes (plus size, maternity, petite). There are also options for men and kids.

Here’s how it works: You’ll fill out a profile, which gives your stylist all the info they need to send you five items they think you will love. That stylist is pulling from an extra deep closet full of classic pieces and trends you might want to try. They’ve got everything from comfortable down vests to of-the-moment tapered joggers to little black dresses (they’ve even got coatigans — a hybrid of a cardigan and a coat — that you can read all about in our most recent Stitch Fix review).

Tell your stylist what price range you want to make sure you stay within your budget. (If you keep all five items, you’ll receive a 25% total discount.) If your first Fix isn’t a perfect fit, don’t worry. It usually takes a few tries with your feedback to get into a groove. You can schedule deliveries as you need them or on a regular basis.

Cost: $20 non-refundable styling fee per delivery. Sign up here.

9. Kiwi Crate by KiwiCo

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Why It’s One of the Best: Kiwi Crate has mastered making learning fun.

Every month, the minds at KiwiCo create hands-on science projects designed to spark curiosity and encourage discovery for children of all ages. Inside, kids receive all the supplies necessary for learning-based activities. Projects included in this subscription from KiwiCo cover a number of developmental areas including science, technology, engineering and art through problem-solving and imaginative play.

While Kiwi Crate box is suitable for ages 5 to 8, KiwiCo also offers a number of other subscription boxes for children of all ages.

Cost: $19.95 a month. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Limited Time Only! Save 50% off your first box!

10. Winc

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Why It’s One of the Best: Winc is the original wine subscription box. Formerly known as Club W, Winc has reimagined the traditional wine club with their regularly-changing selection of small production wines that are sourced directly from vineyards and winemakers.

Whether you’re new to wine or you’ve got a very particular palate, your Winc subscription will begin with a fun and easy survey where you can indicate your preferences. If you’re not sure what your preferences are, or aren’t super knowledgeable about wine, don’t worry: The questions are designed to be easy for novices and the knowledgeable. Based on your answers, Winc suggests unique, affordable wines designed to please your palate. Not so sure about one of their recommendations? Changes can be easily made to your shipment.

A recent delivery included NV Finke’s™ Brut Sparkling White Wine, a drink, bubbly beverage, 2019 L’Atelier du Sud® Viognier, which boasted floral and citrus notes and 2017 Matchlock Merlot, a jammy, berry-forward pour.

Curious about what else you can expect? Read our Winc reviews here.

Cost: Bottles start at $14.99. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Save 50% off four wine bottles

11. Dollar Shave Club

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Why It’s One of the Best: Ready for a close, clean shave? Enter Dollar Shave Club, a subscription that totally transformed the way we think about razors.

While it was one of the original razor cartridge subscription services, Dollar Shave Club‘s product line has expanded and it now offers a range of unisex grooming products like toothbrushes, toothpaste, lotion, moisturizer, shave butter, shave gel, and shaving cream.

Upon signing up, new customers will fill out a grooming plan questionnaire to create a starter kit fully customized to their needs, or opt to purchase items a la carte. This super flexible approach to subscriptions and shopping means it’s easy to keep your medicine cabinet stocked. There are no long-term commitments and it’s easy to cancel.

Need more reasons to subscribe? Read our Dollar Shave Club reviews.

Cost: Starts at $5.00. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Get your first Starter Set for $5 plus free shipping! No coupon needed - just use this link.

12. Home Chef

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Why It’s One of the Best: There are so many meal kit subscriptions to choose from, it can be hard to tell which one is best suited to your needs.

However, Home Chef is the meal kit subscription that every reviewer at MSA seems to agree on. There’s a number of reasons why it’s made this list: fresh ingredients, easy-to-follow recipes, an ever-changing menu of recipes … the list goes on and on.

Here’s how it works: Each week subscribers can browse Home Chef’s rotating collection of recipes (which include vegetarian options) and make their selections for meals that will serve two, four or six people. After you’ve made your decisions, you’ll receive chilled boxes of ingredients (meats, produce, spices, and more) as often as once per week in your meal delivery kit.

A recent delivery included delicious dishes like the oh-so-satisfying Pomodoro Pulled Pork Cavatappi,  Tex-Mex Pork Chili with Cheddar Tortilla Dippers (which was prepared in just 20 minutes!), and tasty Sweet Teriyaki Pork Lo Mein with Broccolini. Yum.

Cost: Meals start at $9.95 per serving. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Save $90 off your first four boxes! No coupon needed - just use this link.

13. Trunk Club

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Why It’s One of the Best: Since 1901, Nordstrom has delivered fashion to the masses. Now, they’ll deliver it to your doorstep with Trunk Club, the beloved department store’s online personal styling service that aims to take the guesswork out of clothing subscriptions.

Here’s how it works: After filling out a profile designed to inform your personal stylist of your sizing, preferences, and budget (pieces tend to retail anywhere from $40 to $300), your dedicated stylist will curate six to 12 high-quality clothing and accessory pieces. The best part? You get to review their choices before it ships. That means there will be no surprises and you’ll only receive items you’ve approved.

After you receive your box, you’ll only be charged for the items you keep. And while Trunk Club can be a subscription, it doesn’t have to be. You can control the frequency of your deliveries and choose to order shipments on a one-off basis or make it a recurring thing.

Need to know more? Take a look at our Trunk Club reviews.

Cost: $25 non-refundable styling fee per box. Sign up here.

Looking for more subscription boxes? Check out our list of subscription boxes that you can try for $10 or less.

Liz Cadman
Liz Cadman
Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She's been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

Liz Cadman
Liz Cadman
Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She's been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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This list should be renamed these are geared towards a very specific audience not a wider general audience. Not that these are bad and they might be your favs but they are not quantifiably “the best”


Hi Liz, thanks for your article. I am in the pre-pre-launch stage of my subscription box. It will be one of the more expensive boxes in the luxury sustainable lifestyle niche. All of my products will be coming from iconic and emerging fashion designers and artisans of Mexico. I was subscribed to MyStylishFrenchBox and loved it. This box comes in a shipping box with the gift box inside. I was thinking of doing the same thing but am not sure whether this is appropriate in the luxury sustainable niche??? What do you think? Are two boxes appropriate…or will that look like I am going against my values of sustainability. The gift box will be re-useable. Really appreciate your feedback and thanks again for the great article.

John J Lloyd Jr

Thanks for the recommendations and Review of Bespoke Post ! Their products are top notch and the pricing is a bargain. The website is easy to navigate and I’ve been using them for most of my gift giving this season.

Cheryl solomon

Hi Liz ..several of our friends have a monthly subscription to Globein . The boxes are so unique . I love the social concept with wonderful international people who make the clothes, foods, and one of a kind cultural goods. I was curious to know if you have had any experiences with this box subscription… thank you. Cheryl


Liz has stepped back from MSA so I don’t think she’ll see this.

As a former subscriber, I too loved the boxes I received from GlobeIn. However, if you do a search for the box here and scroll down to the comments in those posts, you’ll see that the company seems to be having major shipping delays right now. Personally, I would wait to subscribe until they sort out those problems.


Agree I’m a long time member & I’m disappointed in them right now . Don’t get me wrong I love their products & the overall message as well I just think they can do better & until I recieve my products from Nov & Dec add ons I won’t be sending them any referrals .


Allure is going up to 23.00 a month,per the email I received from amazon. It’s going to include more products.


I just wanted to say that the photo with Liz , she looks so very pretty and those large windows with the snuggly couch and blankets with the plant looks so cozy and nice…..and the absolutely cutest fur baby up on top of the couch is icing on the cake!!

My dog just had to be put to sleep yesterday after 16 years (almost 17) due to kidney failure, and its absolutely KILLING me…so please everyone hug and kiss your fur babies extra for me please.



Good Evening Liz,

I am looking for a unique gift for my daughter and thought of the monthly fun boxes would be great. My daughter wears prescription glasses and it would be great to get her a monthly subscription where she could receive a new pair of frames every month with her prescribed prescription. Is there one you would recommend that she could choose the frames and send in her prescription?


I wear prescription glasses and only need a pair a year or so. Sometimes two if I break one and sure, it would be nice to have a couple different colors and/or styles. Does your daughter really need a new pair every month? I think that would get awfully expensive.


I’m sorry for your loss! My Katie died at 18 and she was such a good girl! It gets a little easier as time passes but you’ll always miss your baby!!


It’s been 8 weeks since I put my little Miss Coco to sleep, she was almost 15 years old and my best friend. She comforted me when I had shingles for 12 weeks and never wavered in her love. I miss her every day and this has been especially hard in this time of coronavirus.
My thoughts are with you and you will get through this, people don’t understand because they think it’s just a dog but they are in your heart sometimes more than a person.


I just wanted to write to you and tell you that I’m so sorry for your lost I couldn’t imagine the pain that you’re feeling my pup is 9 years old and has diabetes and is starting to lose his eyesight but everyday I take care of him he’s stable and back to his old self but it breaks my heart every day I can imagine being without him so I wanted to send to my love my thoughts and prayers will be with you


Has anyone asked you to review The “Us” Box yet??


I have been super pleased with everything so far! Even when I was going to be out of town for a few weeks and thought I wasn’t going to have the opportunity to return my items till I got back I emailed and let Customer service know my situation, and they agreed to allow me some extra time till I got back to return my items. I ended up not needing it, but it was the thought. Not every item sent to me has worked out, but I don’t expect that either. It’s all been very good quality, and for the most part, very affordable.


I liked this box for parenthood but I think they’ve closed now. It was called Knits&Dooodles.


I’ve tried tons of boxes over the years and LOVE Allure. Yes, like every box, it has a dud, but I love all the Sunday Riley product I’ve received and really like the mix. I really liked Boxy for awhile and was surprised not to see them on the list. I always said they were hands down the best makeup sub I’d tried (much more reliable than Ipsy, though more expensive – and Ipsy was FUN for a period of time)!


Your Winc discount listed is incorrect. By following the link you provided its only offering $20 off first box (versus 4 as you have listed).

Brandi Yee

Hi all..

Beauty Hero’s is awesome!

Check them out for amazing natural products!


Elizabeth Inman

I’m loving Fashionsta, Boxycharm, Box of Style and Ipsy GB+ right now!

Fashionsta has unusual products I’ve never heard of.
Boxycharm is classic.
I love all the brushes with Ipsy
Box of Style is pricy, but I get about $500 of higher end brands and I e loved everything so far.


Any suggestions for stationery boxes?


prettypaperclub has wonderful stationary boxes


One of the mens boxes that FOR SURE should be on this list is spiffster. Their ties are high quality, the newsletter has a fun new knot idea, and they are so affordable. I got my son some tie-your-bowties, which can be hard to find in a store. With the 6 month subscription and shipping they were less than $10 a tie.


My favorite monthly box by far is California Found. Great quality products, all from California. Customer Service is tops. If you haven’t tried it yet, you should!


I’ve been with boxy for almost 3 years now. I have had one missing box (replaced immediately) and one damaged (replacement products sent the following month). No complaints here, I love boxy and I think it will always be my fave.

Tai Buckner

I currently am subscribed to Birchbox for myself and Birchbox Grooming for my bf. He gets really cool stuff in his box (I’m kinda jealous)!! I do pay more for his but its worth it. I just wish they’d offer that for women too 😩


I think this was a great roundup. I would like to try Home Chef one day! I am always getting their emails and the reviews look so good.

Is there a snack box you like the best? Those other than beauty boxes are my favorites to read about on here.


Home Chef is amazing! Food is easy to prepare, always tastes great and the recipe cards can be saved for some night when you don’t have the kit, but want to re-make something. I work different hours now, and cooking when I get home so late isn’t an option so we started trying Freshly. It tastes like someone just cooked it every single time. And my 12 year old can pop the stuff in the microwave. Wouldn’t eat it every night, but… 3 nights a week, it is a lifesaver.

Christa H.

I’m in shock that Allure is even on this list!! Like what!?!?

Nancy Olson

Allure is great for the price. You always get 1-2 full-size product and for $15 it is a great deal!


Double shock…..that subscription is replete with problems.

Brandy H

I just signed up for Allure. Can you please explain the problems…I may need to cancel.


Seriously. MSA definitely knows about the multiple issues with Allure. Not cool of them to push the Allure sub the way that they do.


What issues are/were going on with Allure??


I don’t pay for my Allure and I have never had a problem but I know tons of paying customers have. They shouldn’t be on this list.


Great roundup! I will have to checkout kiwi co for my kids. The only monthly ones we get are Wohven and Sisley and we love them.


My favorite monthly box by far has to be Bombay & Cedar.

I used to think Ipsy was great, but they haven’t been taking my preferences into consideration these last couple months.


I agree about ipsy not taking into consideration what you actually put on your questionnaire for your likes and dislikes. I kept getting a ton of make up brushes and eye shadows which I never wear and said so a few times to them. I only wanted to try the hair and skin care items, mascara and eye liners but I would get maybe 1 or 2 items a month that I would use. Other than that I had to give away the rest or it’s still sitting in my cabinet collecting dust. I was with them for over a year before I cancelled my subscription. I tried the free FabFitFun box and loved it so much I joined and haven’t been disappointed yet. When you add up what you spend a month on ipsy (and I only got the sample sizes, they started the one full size item the month before I quit) and what you spend for a year subscription to FFF I think the later in my opinion is a much better deal.


Would you be whiling to send me the FFF starter box. To try out.


I know Boxycharm has some nice products, but their terrible customer service definitely keeps them off any lists I’d make. Been there, done that (let down twice, so shame on me!) so no thank you. I left them for Ipsy and from my experience, I’d say it’s really no wonder Ipsy is #1 on this list! They really try to treat you right! Go IPSY!


I left boxy because of the crap customer service. October I had a missing item and it took 6 weeks to get resolved. The follow month I was sent two of the same product, and to date ( 4 months) it has not been resolved. I quit in January and I’m not going back. The customer service has ruined it for me.




I’d definitely add Heart and Honey and Yogi Surprise to the list. And some of the natural beauty boxes, too. Like boxwalla, pearlesque, detox box. Of course this is all subjective and purely my opinion, but they are some of the best curated boxes out there


I pick the same boxes as you for my favorites. Boxwalla and Pearlesque have been my absolute favorites for some time. Its too bad Pearlesque is no longer.


Yes! I was thinking that one of the natural/vegan/clean beauty boxes would be good to add to the list, based on quality and consistency. If you add in ‘good on a slim budget,’ Petit Vour is a possible contender, IMO.


Yes, that is a good one, too! MightyBody is another one I like. You get one green item a month for $12.99. They’ve introduced me to some of my favorites that are affordable, so if I want to purchase again, I can.


I’m sure these are all great, but I’m surprised not to see any women’s lifestyle boxes on this list.


ETA: maybe none of them are monthly any longer. RIP (again) Popsugar monthly…


and remember Popsugar mini (maybe it was called something else). I loved every item I ever received). Unfortunately, I only subscribed for 3 months before it ended. Sigh.


I’m surprised there are still 14 monthly boxes around to make a list for. So many come and go.

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