LippieBox is a monthly subscription that sends 5 full-sized lip products, including balms, glosses, a lip scrub, and more. This box is perfect for teens or tweens as LippieBox only sends products that aren’t highly pigmented, just totally cute and super softening! LippieBox is $19 a month but you can save with a longer subscription – the price drops to $13 a month with a 6-month term, or $15 a month with the 3-month sub.
Sealed with a kiss sticker!
I think LippieBox is a fun box to receive, with its bright colors and sometimes silly applicators.
I received a product info card with links to the vendors and retail value.
Share your box photos on social media and you may be featured on their insert!
The items were wrapped in pink tissue paper and there were pink squiggles to keep everything cushioned. My daughter misplaces her lip balms so we need to replenish frequently and this box lets us do just that.
Everything in the box!
Balm Daddy Legacy Lip Balm ($2.99) Balm Daddy uses natural ingredients in their lip balms, which you can find listed on their website. Beeswax, lanolin, cocoa and shea butter, and plant-based oils are in their products.
Immortal is peach and mango flavored and left my lips soft without feeling waxy.
Lavee Beauty Nutri-Pure Lipbalm ($8) I love natural beauty products and this one is not only natural, it’s organic!
It’s made with beeswax, shea butter, and coconut oil and has a lovely berry flavor. I love the way it left my lips soft and smooth. I’m keeping this one for myself!
Lipbalm Holder Keychain – SIMILAR ($4.00) What a neat idea, now maybe my daughter won’t misplace her lip balms if this is inside her backpack!
The print is perfect for March but you can find all kinds of prints on Etsy or Amazon. It’s a piece of grosgrain ribbon with a lobster-clasp keychain and it can also be used to hold essential oil rollerballs or similar items.
BeBe Bartoons Frog Orange Creamsicle ($5.99) BeBe Bartoons are a range of collectible lip balm toys and were developed by two tweens. I just saw that they are going to be on Shark Tank.
The pieces are interchangeable and the lip balm can be popped out and either replaced or the holder can be used to store earrings or something small.
This flavor is a classic orange vanilla combo. I was confused by the packaging which clearly states “no parabens” but it actually has propylparaben AND methylparaben on the ingredients list. It also says it’s mineral oil free and yet the first ingredient is “paraffinum liquidum,” which is the same thing. Other ingredients in here are petroleum jelly, beeswax, and aloe butter. These are compared to EOS lip balms but the ingredients are vastly different.
Here is the back of the product packaging. There was a sticker over the original ingredients list. I couldn’t find the ingredients listed on the BeBe Bartoons website. I take exception that this product is marketed as a “natural” product for children and that their wording actually contradicts itself.
A heart shape is on the top of each product. It left a classic slick lip feel behind.
Taste Beauty Mauve Lipstick ($5) Taste Beauty makes novelty lip products like Nerds lip balm and a fidget spinner lip gloss. This is the most classic looking of their products and I can’t find it for sale anywhere.
It has a lovely container and looks like a classic lipstick.
Here it is swatched. Lippie Box usually sends colorless or very lightly colored lip products and this is probably the darkest one I have received from them and it’s still pretty tame. It looks like a nude shade on my lips.
I think LippieBox is perfect for young people (or anyone young at heart) who like to keep their lips in tip-top shape and who like a variety of lip products. My daughter’s lip balms tend to grow feet and walk away so it’s nice to have extras around. I thought the lip balm carrier was perfect for spring and is helpful to have and the organic lip balm I will keep for myself. My products had a value of around $26.
What do you think of LippieBox? Let me know which item you would like to see in your box in the comments!