The Detox Box Subscription Box Review – January 2018

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The Detox Box is a new monthly green and natural beauty subscription box from The Detox Market. For $49.95 each month, you’ll get a box featuring one or more green beauty products with a value of at least $90.

As you open the box, you will find feel good messages from The Detox Box.

This month’s featured product brand is Tammy Fender.

The Detox Market had a little Q and A with the maker, where she also shared some useful information about skincare.

I like the information card they provide! It’s complete with a product description, a list of key ingredients, and expert tips.

The other side of the card provides more insight about the maker.

Can’t wait to dig in!

Everything in the box this month!

Tammy Fender Bulgarian Rose Water ($9.70) This gentle multi-purpose formula is packed with Bulgarian rose oil and water, which works well in toning, hydrating, and strengthening the skin. You can put a few drops on a cotton pad and sweep over your face, or use as a mist to refresh the skin when needed. It’s also great as a makeup setting spray. I like that keeps the skin smooth without a greasy after effect! The smell is rosey but it’s not over the top – it’s super fresh.

Tammy Fender Epi-Peel ($80) You can have yourself a revitalizing facial treatment practically anywhere and everywhere with the help of this this mask in a jar. It helps remove dead skin cells, leaving your skin smooth and bright.

It contains kaolin clay that softens the skin and refines pores, as well as rosemary, spearmint & ginseng that has an energizing effect. You just need to massage the mask onto clean skin, allow to dry for five minutes, then remove using a damp cloth. For me – this is a before shower activity – it gets into your hair and I just can’t stand it, so I prefer to use this kind of scrub before I take a shower. The jar is really tiny, and a little does not go a long way. The texture is much lighter than say, the Ayuna one I fell in love with in Beauty Heroes – which will last much longer than this jar. They call this a mask, but it’s really a scrub, and it’s so not a peel.

I love The Detox Box because each month I can look forward to fresh items from a different maker and there’s always something new to learn about skincare. Both of the items this month keep the skin nourished and hydrated, plus they’re super easy to use! Overall, I think this is a great subscription to try for anyone who is into green and natural beauty. However, I was a bit bummed with the super small sizes and the fact that the peel really isn’t. This is a better luck next time for me but it could just be my personal preferences.

What do you think of this month’s featured products?

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