This is a review of their LuxePineapple Limited Edition Experience Box , which is now sold out but was available for $24.
We have curated this box directly with the feedback you were so gracious to share on our most recent survey and via email over the past month. We are thrilled to put your wishes into action!
The Experience LP box has 3+ beauty-lifestyle/ home items in a LuxePineapple signature box. There are no cosmetics items being featured in this box.
There is NO duplication with LuxePineapple Post OR LuxePineapple Home.
To accomodate demand the LE Experience LuxePineapple Box is available by pre-order only. Payment method is charged immediately upon placing a pre-order.
This box will ship at the end of JULY with complimentary tracked shipping to US destinations. The retail value of this box is approx. $60.
The information sheet gives you brief details about the items.
Everything in my Luxe Pineapple Limited Edition Experience Box!
Single Air Plant In An Urchin Shell ($12)
I love the urchin shell to hold the airplant. I think it’s genius, and it arrived in perfect condition.
The information card had complete details about soaking the airplant after his journey. Just the airplant – it will ruin the shell!
FORNASH Seahorse Sweetie Pie Bracelet ($20) One of thirteen stackable variations in turquoise, navy, pearl, orange, and pink. If you fall in love you can pick up more for mixing and matching.
Insulated Double Layer Bamboo Water Bottle ($22)
This water bottle is really gorgeous, and is said to keep drinks hot or cold for up to 12 hours.
I don’t really love the style – it has a really wide mouth and I prefer a straw or spout, but I do love the elegant design of the bamboo! The interior of the bottle has a gag-worthy paint/lacquer/glue smell and no way would I use this for a drink.
I’m not 100% sure about the purpose of this box – except just a taste of their lifestyle items that aren’t necessarily home? The teaser said “Experience LP box has 3+ beauty-lifestyle/ home items” and honestly, I think once again everyone expected one of each. It might be best to assume that their limited edition boxes never guarantee a particular category (although it seemed clear from past expectations and outcomes that they’d included an item from every named category. For a regular subscription you wouldn’t expect that unless promised – but why would they name categories they aren’t including for a limited edition box?
This box was ok, but since I don’t think the water bottle is usable, I’m going to have to call it a disappointment.
What do you think of the LuxePineapple Limited Edition Experience Box?