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Hi readers, one of the survey sites I use redid their system, and everyone had to cash out their points. I traded some for Target gift cards thinking that I could save them for the holidays but couldn’t resist trying a Target Beauty Box.
I’ve gotten to it late because of my Las Vegas trip, so I’ve also tried just making an unboxing video. Apparently YouTube doesn’t have annotations anymore, so I can’t make one that says boxes are usually $7 (for some reason I thought they were on sale). And you don’t have to buy a subscription.
I don’t know if they usually make separate boxes, but the September box on their website is different from mine, so I’ll list its contents and some of what Target’s card says.
St. Ives Invigorating Apricot Scrub: classic item. I did need exfoliating.
Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Moisturizing Body Lotion: cocoa butter with vitamin E.
Curls Blueberry Leave In Conditioner: boost healthy hair growth & keratin production!
ChapStick Hydration in Blood Orange: to moisturize, renew & transform lips.
Curls Unleashed Curl Defining Creme: lasting moisture for the moist dry & damaged.
Pretty Animalz by Look Beauty Panda Calming Facials Sheet Mask:
intense hydration calms skin with aromatic lavender.
Shea Moisture Argan Oil & Argan Milk Shampoo + Blowout Creme:
Argan oil, shea butter & almond milk cleanse, tame frizz and improve shine.
I’m pretty excited to try most of these items. I’ve never actually used a leave-in conditioner before, the panda mask is cute, and the shampoo has marshmallow root! I can be skeptical about the worth of samples, but I think you get your money’s worth with the mask and ChapStick not to mention free shipping.
If I were more into sub boxes, I think I’d actually subscribe to Target’s. I love the variety of products and brands and the affordability and value. I’m just terrible at using things that aren’t already in my routine. If you can use them up, like those factors, and have Target available, check out this month’s box. It features a snail mask worth $6!
Thanks for reading!