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Beauty Box 5

I guess it is fairly amusing that as I get older I become more and more worried about the way I look. I won't lie I was kind of blessed as a teenager and young adult. Minimal care for me to look "good" but now that time is catching up I need a little extra care. I recently learned about a new subscription box program that has helped me(some clueless about all the new products) learn about some wonderful beauty products.BeautyBox5 send 4-5 sample products monthly to your door! You can select to pay monthly($12), quarterly($30), or yearly($100) for your boxes. I think I may go with the yearly and save not only the time in having to pay every month but to save the $$. Now I know what you are saying....IS IT WORTH IT?? I questioned this myself so I did some Googling myself. Here is a picture of my box so you know what I am describing.
The All Natural Face Vegan Eye Shadow~$3.50 value!
Smith's Rosebud Salve 0.8 ounce~$6 value!
It's a 10 Miracle Hair Mask 13ml(2)~$3 value!
Bodyography Clear Foundation Primer 15ml~$15 value!
Pur~lisse Pur~delicate 1.7 ounce~$13 value

So after my calculations that is $40.50 in products for $12 or less(depending on your subscription)! So really this is a great value :O) Make sure you head over and start your subscription now! http://beautybox5.com/

**I received the above mentioned products in order to write a complete and honest review. all views are that of my own and were in no way influenced.**

Comments

Jo Steph said…
I love that they offer Vegan selections! Looks like an awesome box!
I really like the Beauty Box 5. In the last box I received the value was well over $10, even with just one product! I love trying new beauty products each month, and this is a great affordable way to do so.
Sasha Cory said…
Sounds great! I love their box.

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