LuckyVitamin’s Deluxe Sample Beauty Bag is full of personal care items you may not have heard of yet. This box promises a $50 value for only $15.99 and includes a lovely cosmetic bag. LuckyVitamin looks for cruelty-free beauty products that are also paraben, sulfate, and toxin free.
Deluxe, travel-sized samples for all! In this Beauty Bag Deluxe Edition, you’ll find shampoo, conditioner, facial scrub, toothpaste, shave cream with moisturizer, deep repair cream, bath bombs, lip balm, and 3 convenient stick packs of collagen powder. Plus, this cosmetic bag is a little smaller than others we’ve featured in the past, which is perfect for everyday use. We’re loving how cute and perfect it is for slipping inside a daily bag and carrying makeup, hand lotion, and lip balm (or whatever you need) – all tucked away in one handy spot.
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My items were shipped in a big box and were cushioned with paper and bubble wrap.
I received a list of the items in the box.
All of my samples were tucked into a cosmetics bag.
Everything in the box!
Danica Studio Hill & Dale Cosmetic Bag (find a similar item here for $29.59) I found this bag on Amazon, although it is slightly smaller than the one listed and the design is a little different.
The bag is made of linen and lined with a “vegan leather lining” aka polyurethane.
The zipper pull is a small piece of rope and I think the whole bag is absolutely adorable! It stands about 4 3/4″ tall and is 7″ long across the bottom.
Acure Brightening Facial Scrub ($2.11) I like a good facial scrub every once in a while and this one worked well on my face. It has ground walnut shells and French green clay. I applied it to my skin and rubbed it around before rinsing it off in my morning shower. My skin felt soft and smooth afterwards and my face oil just glided over my skin.
Nubian Heritage Bath Bombs in Peppermint & Aloe ($7.50) I couldn’t find this scent online but there are other fragrances to choose from.
These are classic baking soda and citric acid bath bombs that fizz once they hit the water. They have shea butter and coconut oil to help soften skin and essential oils for fragrance.
EOS Shave Cream + Moisturizer in Pomegranate Raspberry ($1.25) I received this box just when my legs needed to be shaved so I gave this shave cream a try. It also said it didn’t need to be rinsed off but that sounded weird to me. It was like shaving with a moisturizer and I enjoyed the fruity scent. It left my legs soft afterwards. I still prefer a foaming gel because I depend on the foam to let me know where I need to shave but this was more compact for taking on a trip.
The Grandpa Soap Co. Witch Hazel Shampoo ($1.97) and The Grandpa Soap Co. Witch Hazel Conditioner ($1.97) I must confess, I used this the day after going to my hairdresser so I can’t say for sure if the shampoo removed buildup but it was a clear shampoo that lathered well and smelled really good. The conditioner did the job without weighing down my hair, although it didn’t smell as good as the shampoo.
Schmidt’s Coconut + Lime Tooth + Mouth Paste ($1.25) is a fluoride-free toothpaste in an interesting flavor that reminds me of vanilla and mint. It has hydrated silica which provided some mild scrubbiness to the paste. It wasn’t really foamy yet it didn’t feel like I was brushing with frosting. My teeth felt clean afterwards.
MyChelle Dermaceuticals Deep Repair Cream ($0.62) is a rich moisturizer yet it didn’t leave my skin feeling greasy. Sunflower seed oil is the main moisture giver and there are plant extracts for antioxidants. It has a scent that was noticeable and not unpleasant plus it faded quickly.
Soothing Touch Coconut Lime Lip Balm ($6.77) is just a huge lip balm and it felt great on my lips and I love the flavor, it reminds me of key lime pie!
It is full of plant oils, cocoa butter, and shea butter plus beeswax and lime oil for flavor. It was so smooth and glided on easily.
Reserveage Nutrition Freshwater Collagen Powder ($0.25) I couldn’t find this product in individual packs, just by the tub. It is a collagen product derived from fish that you stir into water and it is supposed to “support the connective tissue that lends strength and structure to skin, joints and tendons, and promotes strong bones.” It is sweetened with stevia so I haven’t tried it (stevia gives me a bitter taste in the mouth) but my oldest seemed interested in it.
I love trying new products and LuckyVitamin sent a good assortment this season. I adore the cosmetic bag, it is so unique and seems well made. The lip balm was full-sized and worked very well. The whole experience reminded me a bit of the Whole Foods beauty bag experience except I was able to order it by mail. Giving a value of $25 for the bag, my box had a value of around $48.69, or just under the $50 promised value. I think it was worth it for $15.99!
What do you think of LuckyVitamin’s Beauty Bag?