Bless Box is a monthly women’s subscription box by Sazan Hendrix. The box is curated around the categories of beauty, health, and style – all things that make you (and Sazan) happy. The box is $29.99 per month plus $7.50 shipping.
DEAL: Use the coupon code VIP25 to save 25% on your first Bless Box.
This month’s box is filled with squiggles.
Each month, they send a mini magazine filled with product information and various features.
The back of the booklet features photos of some of the items.
Here’s a note from Sazan. According to her, the April box is inspired by Mother Nature.
Pages with product descriptions also include tips on how to use each item…
…plus retail prices and product website.
They sent a bonus item, which is a past favorite, according to one of the magazine’s pages!
In the Bless It Forward section, they are encouraging everyone to take care of the earth by providing simple tips you can follow.
Last but not the least, there’s a featured called Bless Bingo, which you can fill out and post on social media using #readysetbless.
Everything in the April box!
Garnier Skin Active Moisture Bomb Sheet Mask ($2.03; $4 on the card) This mask claims to instantly hydrate skin in just 15 minutes. It is a combination of hyaluronic acid, which provides intense moisture, and the pomegranate extract that makes skin instantly softer and more radiant.
This sheet mask has more than half a bottle of hydrating serum in one pack. So I suggest you have your face rollers ready!
Callyssee Perk Up Your Eyes Mask ($8.16; 19.90 on the card) I received two pairs of eye masks which use caffeine to decrease puffiness in the eye area and keep it smooth and bright.
Well, as you already know, I like me some under eye masks and I live for them and these were just amazing!
Popchips NutterPuffs ($1.33; $2.50 on the card) I love peanut butter and puffed snacks so this is a welcome addition to the box.
Well, they’re not that appetizing to look at but they sure smell and taste good. Each piece was crunchy and had enough peanut butter flavor to keep me going for more. The best thing is that it’s non-GMO and gluten-free.
Deluxe Size Juice Beauty Green Apple Cleansing Bar ($3 – listed as $5) I loved the refreshing green apple scent of this cleansing soap. It replenishes and deeply hydrates the skin with organic cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil and coconut oil. It’s also packed with antioxidants, vitamin E, and soothing organic aloe. The formula is non-irritating and ideal for normal and mature skin.
Salon Perfect Skin Noir Lashes + Glue ($8.44; $11.42 on the card) This is kind of random but you never know when these might come in handy! These can make your eyes bloom in an instant with an extra pop.
It is layered and evened out perfectly that you might mistake these lashes for the real deal. They are really long and you can cut or trim it to mold and fit your eyelids. They look thick but they are not that heavy when put on.
Salon Perfect Get A Grip Brush On Lash Adhesives ($2.15) The lashes set is not complete without the glue. This one sticks well but doesn’t feel icky.
The glue is clear and lightweight. It’s also quite easy to use, thanks to its built-in applicator.
Deep Sea Cosmetics Nourishing Cuticle Oil + Pusher ( listed as $26.95 – estimated value maybe $15 or $16?) Cuticle oils are useful for restoring nourishment on dry nails. Sanitizing frequently and washing of hands can dry the nails, so this is a quick fix.
The cuticle oil comes with a cuticle pusher. Bless Box listed these two items together, and while the pusher is useful, it’s not a pricey item.
Sol De Janeiro Brazillian Bod Buff ($2.34; $10 on the card) This unique formula for the body works double duty as a daily exfoliating scrub and a detoxifying treatment mask. Crushed Brazilian quartz crystals help polish and smooth the skin, while Amazon river clay helps soothe and purify it.
The formula might give your skin a tingly sensation, but it’s not overwhelming. It left my skin clean and nourished. It’s good for about one use.
Ella + Mila In Berry Much In Love ($10.50) This color looks more like a dull red, but I like it because the color pops without being too bright or intense. It’s also 7-free, which means it doesn’t contain hamrful substances like formaldehyde, toluene, dibutyl phthalate, formaldehyde resin, camphor, TPHP, and xylene. The formula is quick drying and chip resistant too!
Pur-Lisse Blue Lotus 4-In-1 Eye Adore Serum ($35) Another eye product included in the box is this eye serum that offers intense hydration to the delicate eye area. It also promises to keep the under-eye skin firm and bright. This serum is $$$!
Juice Beauty Phyto-Pigments Cream Shadow Stick ($22) I like how this shadow stick can easily fit my purse if I need touch-ups. Not that I need many because it is a cream shadow and they tend to last longer than the powder shadows.
It has plant-derived phyto-pigments that delivers optimal shading of lids and outlining of the eyes. It is an organic product, which also contains an age-defying serum technology which is a big bonus.
Bobbi Brown Eye-Opening Mascara ($10.34; $12.50 on the card) The mascara is travel sized so I can go anywhere with it. The packaging can be deceiving, making it look like lipstick.
It works well. The mascara is not goopy or clumping. The bristles separate and volumizes lashes without a problem. It just glides through.
Bless Box is a little mix of everything — there were make-up items, skin care must-haves, and even body care products. The majority of the curation, though, is about the eyes and I’m not complaining because they’re totally useful for me. There’s still a lot of room for improvement regarding the curation, but I can see that they’re slowly improving from a random box of goodies into something more focused! The value of the box was about $120 – no need to inflate prices like they do – I wish they’d be more careful about it! This month has been really light on spoilers for the upcoming box – and although I’m a little slow on reviews currently, we didn’t receive this box until May. I think they’re overloaded with sending out the bonus box.
What did you think of this month’s Bless Box?