Fruit For Thought January 2018 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Fruit For Thought is a monthly subscription box that brings cute gift items that follows a vegetable or fruit theme. You’ll get an assortment of items like jewelry, bath and body products, stationery, yummy goodies, home accessories, and a lot more. Sign up by the 16th to get the current month’s box!

The items are neatly wrapped in a bright purple tissue paper.

The theme for the January 2018 is Honey Fig.

As you open the packaging you will see that all the items are neatly placed in the box.

The information card has the list of items that are included in the box and who it’s from.

DEAL: Save 20% on your first month! Use coupon code HELLO20.

All the goodies in the box!

Hershey’s Kisses Special Dark Chocolate. We received 6 pieces of these bite-sized dark chocolates. They’re darker than the usual Hershey’s chocolate kisses, but they’re not extreme. Instead, it has a little touch of sweetness to it. I like the purple foil packaging! It’s cute!

Three Sisters Apothecary California Mission Fig Honey Lip Shimmer ($3.25) This lip balm is perfect for dry and chapped lips. It’s all natural and is easily absorbed so my lips don’t feel greasy after I put it on. Ingredients include grapeseed oil, avocado oil & butter, shea butter, and beeswax. It has just a touch of shimmer and color!

Bow & Arrow Candle Co. Brown Sugar & Fig Soy Candle ($3.42) Next item is a hand poured soy candle that lasts longer compared to the usual paraffin wax candles because soy wax burns cooler. Since it is toxin and pollutant free, it has a clean burn and doesn’t leave black marks. It has a sweet scent that doesn’t come too strong to the senses.

Wellspring Pinch Pocket – SIMILAR ($7.99) Here’s a small pouch that can easily fit your pocket or in your bag. You can use this keep items like money, ID or cards and jewelry, just to name a few.

It has a pinch close feature so you don’t have to worry about things falling out. Super handy for little doodads!

Your Secret Garden Black Fig & Honey Shampoo ($9.50) This great smelling shampoo contains honey which is known to keep the hair hydrated as it strengthens, and fig that helps the hair grow faster. Other ingredients include aloe vera gel, argan oil, coconut oil, and essential oils.

Red Leaf Soap & Shave Cube ($8.50) We also received two vegan shaving soaps. These can be used directly on your skin before shaving to provide a clean shave every time. It softens hair so that the razor will slide smoothly.

The cube shape and size of the soap makes it easy to hold and apply. Just make sure to keep it in a dry place so that it’ll last longer.

Artisan Sugars Vanilla Fig Toasting Sugars ($9) Toasting sugar is a modern take on the sugar cube. It adds flavor to your favorite champagne or sparkling wine, and turns them into an amazing cocktail.

At the back of the packaging are instructions on how to use these toasting sugars.

I love how this is thoughtfully packed. The white and gold confetti adds extra fun to the container.

Inside, there are 12 individually packed toasting sugars.

It also adds a purple color to your drink making it more festive and special.

You won’t have any troubles putting this on the rim of the glass before toasting because it has a small notch.

I love the combination of items from this month’s Fruit For Thought box. And it’s just really timely because most items are in Pantone’s color of the year, Ultraviolet! This is always a fun subscription with creative fruit/vegetable themes every month! I am excited for next month’s Strawberries and Champagne theme which is perfect for the upcoming Valentine’s.

What did you think of the Honey Fig Fruit For Thought box?

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  • Virginia

    I would love this box. One of my favorite colors is purple and the scent of fig+ is one of my favorites. If they all presented like this and had flavors I liked, I would subscribe in a flash.