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SugarBash Faves and Raves: First Impressions

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If you have commitment issues, you may like the idea of an occasional subscription box packed full of a variety of full-size products more than you like the idea of your credit card being charged every month for a box filled with beauty samples. Luxury boxes like SugarBash round up the best of the best new products on the market in beauty, tech, health, and fitness and send you a box of exclusively full-size products every other month for only $35 per box.

The Products:

The theme of this edition of SugarBash’s Faves and Raves is “Me Time.” The products include:


I was definitely impressed by the amount and quality of the products in this box. Not only are they all full-sized, they’re also (mostly) things I would pick out for myself. I enjoyed how there’s a wide variety of products, yet they still all relate to the central theme. I honestly loved every single product in this box, with the exception of the Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides — this just isn’t something I would normally go for (but fortunately, my health-nut co-worker was all too happy to take it off my hands).

On the other hand, the citrus candle, bath fizzie, and herbal tea all went together perfectly for a relaxing bath night. Also, I was in need of a good quality daily moisturizer, so I was happy to see this one from Brevena — and it didn’t disappoint! The remaining two products (nail polish and gold cuff bracelet) are great, but aren’t something I will probably get much use out of, so they will make great gifts to family and friends.

All in all, this was a great subscription box with some seriously high-quality products inside. Most of the products were personally beneficial, and the ones that weren’t were easy to find a home for. Zero complaints!

The Value: $200 Total

For a $35 box, a $200 value is incredible. Not to mention, getting to try some of these fantastic products before they even hit shelves is pretty cool. This subscription box is well worth the $35.

The Verdict: Is SugarBash Worth It?

As stated above, the answer is an obvious YES. There are so many great things about SugarBash, and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for the next box!

Last modified on September 16th, 2020

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