Kloverbox is a unique natural and cruelty-free beauty and lifestyle subscription box delivering the purest in beauty, nutrition, health, and home essentials. It is $25 a month and is available in 1, 3, or 6-month terms. The 1 and 3-month subs automatically renew until canceled.
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The information card contained a list of all the items in the box and everything was neatly tucked in between brown paper squiggles. Kloverbox provides coupon codes for some of the items so if you fall in love with a product or want to discover a new item from a particular brand you can save some dough!
Everything in my box!
I was a Sari Loop Scarf ($25 according to the product card) This is a really neat idea – taking used saris and upcycling them into necklaces, bags, scarves, and a variety of other products to give women an opportunity to earn money. This scarf is a loop that can be twisted twice around the neck and is well made and would add a spiffy touch to a simple outfit.
New Chapter Perfect Hair, Skin, and Nails ($13.63) was listed as a bonus but is half the size of a full-sized bottle. It contains biotin, algae, Astaxanthin, reishi, and more and is supposed to help support healthy hair growth and strong nails. It’s a pretty big capsule so make sure to down it with plenty of water.
Yarok Feed Your Ends Leave-In Conditioner ($15) is a spray-on conditioner and heat protector made from jojoba, olive, and other oils along with rosemary and litsea cubeba essential oils. It smelled strong when I sprayed it into my hands – like a natural bug spray, kind of like citronella. I used five sprays, rubbed my hands together, and then applied to my ends and had no problem combing through. I have fine hair and after blow drying I thought my bangs looked greasy but after using the curling iron I was surprised to find my hair looked pretty nice!
Meadowlark Botanical Organic Cuticle Cream ($7) is from an Etsy shop that sells organic, small batch bath and body products. This balm is made with organic coconut oil, organic shea butter, organic orange essential oil, organic cocoa butter, vitamin E, and organic grapeseed oil. I have been using it for a few nights and I love the orange and cocoa butter scent, plus it can be used as a moisturizer on heels and calluses.
Ballerina Botanicals Mini Green Beauty Barre ($4.50 according to the product card) This bar is made with organic shea butter soap, organic coconut oil, organic spirulina, organic matcha, organic peppermint oil, and organic bentonite clay.
The bar was pretty small and was hard to use due to its shape. I did like the scent!
I love to peek into my Kloverbox each month because there’s always a nice assortment of items and clean products. May’s box had a value of $65.13, which is more than double the price paid for the subscription, and my favorite item this month was the cuticle cream. I’m not expecting a lot of change to my hair and skin with only two weeks worth of supplements but at least the leave-in conditioner worked well for my hair type!
What did you think of the May Kloverbox? Did you get this box and if so, what did your scarf look like?