After seeing several reviews about Cravebox, I decided to give the Book and Beauty Box a try. Cravebox offers a variety of boxes from food to books to personal care. You can purchase a box or enter a raffle, which is slightly cheaper but you are not guaranteed to get a box (of course, then you won’t be charged). I opted for the raffle, so my box was $12. The box is a mystery, so I did not know what to expect.
This was the teaser:
Some call them “guilty pleasures.” We prefer “well-earned necessities.” Cravebox brings you a romantic read that will whisk you away from the everyday. Add skin cleansers and care, and decadently rich moisture for body and hair. You deserve it!
- Mistress of My Fate (hard cover) by Hallie Rubenhold
- John Frieda Full Repair Hydrate + Rescue Deep Conditioner
- Biore® samples
- Vaseline® Total Moisture® Lotion
- Arbonne Insert
For the price, I am very impressed. The book alone is worth twice the price. I’m about halfway through Mistress of My Fate, and so far, it is a very good memoir style, historical novel. It is the first in a series, so I am interested to see how the book ends.
I’m, also, loving the John Frieda conditioner. My hair feels softer after using it, so this a product I can see myself re-buying. As for the other products, I already have a lot of lotion, but I can always use more. The samples and insert aren’t that interesting and are just filler to me, but that is no biggie since I’m happy with the three main products.
Have you tried Cravebox? If not, would you be interested trying it?
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