Seasons Box Review – July 2013

Seasons Box is an eco-friendly subscription service, and they kindly sent me their July box this month to review!
Box: Seasons Box is a monthly box that gives you 3-5 high quality, environmentally conscious products.

Price: $34.90/month. (Get 2 free boxes with the annual subscription!)
Contents: “Luxurious eco-friendly, full-size, must have products!”
Check out my past June Seasons Box review!

First look of all of the products.
This month’s theme was ‘Get In Touch With Nature’, and included a bunch of items that would fit perfectly when you enjoy the outdoors this month.
The handy-dandy information card!

Wild Mountain Raw Foods Snack Mix in ‘Tiger Moon’ (Value $3.50):
This has ginger, sunflower seeds, cashews, curry powder, etc. It’s has a lot of spices in it, and I wished I got the different snack mix! I saw another blogger get ‘Lavender Moon’, and that looked delicious!
Nibnaks ‘Under The Boardwalk’ Snacks (Value $2.50):
This has pineapple, mango, and banana in it! I love dried fruit and will enjoy this snack definitely. I live in Hawaii, I gotta love these fruits!

Dead Sea Mineral Mud Mask (Value $10):
Now I’m always down for a mud mask, especially if it’s with my girlfriends while watching a movie 🙂 It’s also anti-aging! Not that I need to worry about that yet, but it doesn’t hurt to take preventative measures.
Made from Earth Pure Aloe Vera Skin Treatment (Value $15):
Aloe is so great for the skin, and if you spend too much time in the sun this summer, this would be a great treatment to soothe that skin!
Puravida Bracelets in ‘Cream’ (Value $10):
I’ve heard a lot about these bracelets! They can be used as jewelry or hair ties, and the creation of the bracelets itself help to provide jobs for Coasta Ricans. I really liked that as it obviously fits in with their socially-aware theme.

Final Thoughts: This box was a little hit or miss for me, but I understand I can’t always be blown away each month. It had a value of $40+ dollars, but a couple things in here I didn’t really care for too much. I also miss the pretty gift packaging Seasons Box did away with! I assume this was in an effort to live up to their name and be more ‘eco-friendly’. I still like this subscription box though, and look forward to seeing what they have in store 🙂
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