There is nothing worse than buying a new beauty product at full price and absolutely hating it. Beauty Box 5 is a monthly subscription box that delivers 5 deluxe samples and full-sized products right to your door every month! Each month Beauty Box 5 sends a mix of makeup, accessories, hair, skincare, fragrances, body, and nail products. This month I received a sample of Blue Lotus Essential Daily Moisturizer by Pur-Lisse (valued at $55), a full size jar of Smooth Criminal HD Finishing Powder by Be A Bombshell (valued at $7), a sample pack of Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes by Simple Skincare (valued at $5.99), a Happy Hair Turban from Happy Brands (valued at $18), and a sample size tube of Teeth Whitening Gel from Go Smile (valued at $29). Overall I was extremely impressed with this box. It had a great mixture of makeup, hair, and skincare items. I am already a huge fan of Simple Skincare, so I was extremely excited to see that inside of the box. Although I have never heard of the other brands, I was extremely excited to test them out (I mean, that’s what Beauty Box 5 is all about)! So far the Be A Bombshell is my favorite new product. I use it as a setting powder over my foundation and love the matte effect it gave my skin. The Happy Hair Turban is also fantastic! It is the perfect size to wrap up my long hair and definitely cuts down dry-time! I haven’t used the Blue Lotus Essential Daily Moisturizer or the Teeth Whitening Gel long enough to see any results, however they are both a fantastic quality. For $12 a month, you really can’t go wrong with Beauty Box 5. I have found products than I plan on continuously purchasing and didn’t even have to leave my house!

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*I received the products mentioned above for free in return for an unbiased review. I only review and recommend products or services that I have used personally. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”. The opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own*