Walmart Beauty Box Winter 2017 Review – Classic Box

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Walmart Beauty Box is a quarterly sample box – just $5 for the shipping and handling. If you want a sampling experience for items you can buy at Walmart, this is your box!

FYI – if you’re still waiting or just received your winter box – you’re not alone! I received this box a few weeks ago, after the official start of spring. I was one of the first people to get a charge notice, receiving hundreds of emails about my box. Apparently that means I get my box last.

I’m over 35, so I get the Classic based on the age in my profile. See the full spoilers for the Trendsetter box here.

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This is what you see when you first open the box.

Here are all the items in the Walmart Beauty Box this Winter. Do note that this box ships out over months and months, and items may vary.

Brightening Purifying Peeling Gel Define + Clarify ($2.50) Ideal even for sensitive skin types, this gel helps remove dead and flaky skin without the redness and irritation afterward. It contains hollyhock and trehalose, which both have moisture locking properties. The formula makes the skin feel renewed, and the best thing is that this pack is good for more than one use! A little of it goes a long way!

EcoTools Color Perfecting Minis ($5.39) Using color correcting concealers is easier with the aid of these mini makeup sponges. Made of ecofoam , each sponge is color-coded for a specific use: mint sponge is for formulas that counteract redness, pink sponge is for the dark circles, lilac sponge is for dullness, and peach sponge for dark spots. They are all latex-free and cruelty-free!

Bioré Baking Soda Acne Scrub ($1.44)  This scrub contains natural baking soda that gently exfoliates the skin and gets rid of acne with a traditional salicylic acid treatment.

I believe this is the second quarter in a row that classic box subscribers received an acne-focused product. While older people can get spots, I would say that it’s ill-curated.  I put this in a pile for my tween – it’s not something that I need!

Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Yogurt Body Wash ($0.50) This body wash is packed with oats and vanilla, and it smells so good!  It’s just a nice little body wash – nothing super special.

Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion In Sheer Hydration ($0.50) After the body wash, it’s great to use a matching moisturizing lotion to keep skin even more hydrated. When you apply it, the product is easily absorbed by the skin, leaving a powder-feel that lasts all day.

ROC Multi Correxion Cream ($2.09) This anti-aging wrinkle cream is best used on the chest, neck, and face area. It helps restore elasticity and firmness to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and hydrates to help skin with aging problems. It has Hexinol Technology (some sort of anti-inflammatory molecule that I couldn’t find a lot of specifics on) and vitamin E which makes skin look more radiant.

Dove Dry Shampoo ($1.12) This dry shampoo leaves hair looking and feeling refreshed without washing. It saves so much time and effort (and water)! I also like that it effectively absorbs excess oil from my hair, making it look beautiful, full of body, and healthy. No more problem in dealing with wet hair that takes forever to dry up when I’m in a hurry!

Aquaphor Ointment Body Spray ($2.32) For the never-ending winter-induced dry skin problems (and the never-ending winter), I got this body spray that intensively moisturizes to heal dry and rough skin. Since it comes in a spray bottle, it’s easy to use and it even reaches hard-to-reach places like my back. The formula feels cool on the skin and leaves the skin feeling soft and smooth.

It’s an improvement from the last Walmart Beauty Box I received. This time, I got two more items and I love that the products focus more on skin care. The choice of products is okay, and the retail value is more than what I paid for – almost $16 in value – but this box was really terribly late! The Eco-tools sponges were the saving grace in my book.

What did you think of the Classic Walmart Beauty Box this quarter?

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