Kloverbox February 2019 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Kloverbox is a unique natural and cruelty-free beauty and lifestyle subscription box delivering the purest in beauty, nutrition, health, and home essentials. Kloverbox often sends items that are unique and from smaller brands. It is $25 a month and is available in 1-, 3-, or 6-month terms, with discounts for the longer terms. The 1- and 3-month subs automatically renew until canceled.

We have very high standards when curating our boxes. We believe what you put on, in and around your body matters. All the products featured in Kloverbox are handpicked by our health conscious curators. We go through all the ingredients of every product featured so, you can rest assured the products you are receiving are high quality, cruelty-free, natural or organic and vegan.

DEAL: Save 10% on your whole subscription with coupon code HS10!

Shredded pink paper squiggles greeted me when I opened the box.

The information card contained a list of all the items in the box along with coupon codes for some of the items. If you fall in love with a product or want to discover a new item from a particular brand, you can save some money!

Everything in my box!

Balipura Auric Spray Crystal-Infused Healing Mist in Pure Love ($25) An auric spray is supposed to help cleanse your aura, an energy field that surrounds the body. It is further broken down into 7 planes, or layers. There are several ways to cleanse your aura, such as smudging, visualization, or with crystals. This spray was infused with crystals before being bottled.

You can spray above your head, either with the nozzle turned towards you or away. The ingredients are pretty much just spring water, alcohol, and essential oils.

The crystals used to infuse the spray were listed on an insert, as were the essential oils. It smells floral, with the ylang ylang and jasmine standing out the most. Whether you believe in this type of product or not is entirely up to you; personally, I think having positive thoughts is not a bad idea and this helps you focus on those thoughts and the power of positive thinking. Maybe there is some placebo effect, I don’t think this has actually been studied and no effects are guaranteed, but at the very least it’s a nice, light body spray or room scent. You can use it several times a day, which is a good reminder to take a deep breath, in with the good, out with the negative, and reset your focus.

Story Of My Tea Dark Rose ($5.70) I love tea, and black tea is my favorite. The info on the bag and the website are a bit different.

For instance, the bag says this has a medium level of caffeine while the website says high. The bag says to use 12-20 ounces of water, the site says to use 12 ounces in one place and 8 ounces in another. I used 16 ounces and it was fine.

There were 5 disposable tea bags inside to reduce mess, or you can use a strainer afterwards. A glass tea pot or something similar is cool to have to watch the tea expand from a heart into fully open leaves.

The tea used here is called “dark”, and from what I can tell it goes beyond black tea (which is fully oxidized) but not as far in the fermentation process as pu-erh. Pu-erh usually has a  musty or earthy flavor and aroma, which this lovely tea does not. It has a bit of tannins on my tongue, and I added sugar, as I usually do with black tea. The flavor and aroma from the rose were wonderful, and I’m not usually a fan of roses. I added a bit of milk, which might have made it a little too weak, but if I had used only 12 ounces of water it would probably have needed it. Overall, a wonderful cup of tea.

Kanio Love Necklace ($34) It looks like one of three different necklaces were sent to subscribers this month, and I received the one with rose quartz beads (the others were agate or jade). There was a card included with info on the necklace and what the beads represent. (The card said bracelet, but that was obviously a typo.)

The chain is iron, with a signature zinc icon. The chain is about 20″ long from one end to the other. The icon is fixed in place, while the rose quartz pendant is free moving.

Here’s a close up of the beads and zinc icon. The stones are natural rose quartz, which is the stone of love, both of self and others.

Kloverbox sent a lovely collection for the February box, with a fragrant spray, a delightful tea, and a beautiful necklace. I enjoyed the variety of items sent and have been using them every few days. Even if you are not into crystals the necklace is still pretty and the spray smells soft and feminine. The value for this box was around $64.70!

What did you think of the February Kloverbox? Let me know in the comments!

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