Target Beauty Box Review (March 2017)
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The Target Beauty Box costs only $7 and comes out monthly. It sells out very quickly so I was lucky to grab one! There is not a subscription option so you just have to be on the lookout for it.
The theme of this box was Spring Break. The March 2017 box included the following:
MISSHA Time Revolution First Treatment Essence – $9.80
SoapBox Bamboo Shampoo & Conditioner – $1.50
Jergens Natural Glow Wet Skin Moisturizer – $2.32
Dove Volume & Fullness Dry Shampoo – $0.91
Neutrogena Hydro Boost Lip Shine in Radiant Rose – $2?
Skinfix Foaming Oil Cleanser – $4.41
Total Value = $20.94
I always love receiving travel size shampoo and conditioner to add to my collection. I travel a lot to see my family so these always come in handy. I had not heard of this brand before. When you buy one of their soaps, they donate a soap. Awesome!
I was very excited to see Skinfix in this box. I love their products and am trying to be better about cleaning my face after removing makeup.
This is a really nice sample size, but it was difficult to determine the exact value. The size listed on the label is actually larger than the full size on Target’s website. I believe that is an error, as this is definitely not a full size item.
I absolutely love the color and it is perfect for spring!
The applicator is large and makes it easy to apply the gloss.
I was really happy to see a more expensive item included in the box. This product is meant to reduce the appearance of fine lines. As I am embracing my 30s, I really need to start focusing on anti-aging product and am excited to try this.
Jergens Natural Glow Firming Moisturizer is my go to product for after a shower, so I am looking forward to trying this wet skin moisturizer. I love that it is for fair to medium skin tones because I am very pale! lol
I keep a bottle of dry shampoo in every bag just in case I need it. It is the best invention since sliced bread! My hair gets oily every day so it is the perfect product for me.
The product card also contained a coupon for $3 off $15 Beauty Department purchase. The value of this box is on par with my expectations for an affordable beauty box.
Did you grab a box? What do you think?