I’m aware that not everyone is into subscription boxes, but if you are, you are going to love today’s review, featuring the Oubble* organic monthly subscription box. I’m almost certain that you haven’t heard about it before, and we need to change that because, in the sea of subscription beauty boxes that exist today, there are still not enough natural, conscious beauty boxes.
But let’s get to know Oubble a bit better. This is a natural, organic, and cruelty-free beauty box, which deeply cares not only about their subscribers and their needs (each box is thoughtfully curated for each person depending on their profile and information they provide), the environment (by supporting organic farming), but also about the brands they feature (Oubble exclusively support small eco-conscious businesses).
Each month Oubble selects a handful of organic skincare or body care samples and sends them for you to use and enjoy their selection. There are 3 plans to choose from:
-Glow Pack (discover 10 brands or products; $20/month)
-Radiant Pack (offers 20 brands/products; retails for $40 seasonally/or as a one-time purchase)
-Forever Cruelty-Free Pack (offers 30 brands/products; costs $58 and is available twice a year or as a one-time purchase).
Oubble has kindly sent me the Glow Pack, and here’s a taste of what their monthly box looks like:
Chagrin Valley Grapeseed Tomato Moisturizing Complexion Soap Bar (trial size)
Auromere Ayurvedic Shampoo with neem (10ml sample)
Lenora Detoxify Charcoal Mint Organic Facial Mask (8g sachet)
Vermont Soap Sunshea Lavender Body Wash (59ml sample)
Sea Chi Organics Rose Geranium Face & Body Wash (15ml sample)
Sea Chi Bamboo Exfoliating Cleanser (small sample)
Apple Rose Turmeric Aloe Moisturizing Treatment (sample size)
Elegant Minerals Organic Berries & Oxygen Facial Scrub (sample size)
Lauren Brooke Organic Intensive Skin Therapie and Deep Sea Masque (both single-use samples)
As you can see, there’re a lot of samples to try! From all of these, I’ve heard of only one brand (Lauren Brooke) before, and the others were completely new to me. However, as much as I loved the samples, I wish there was at least one full-size product included. However, Oubble is a pretty new subscription service, so I’m confident that, with time, they’re going to become even better in the future. The Oubble subscription box offers free US shipping and is available at Oubble.com.
Have you heard about Oubble before? What do you think about subscription boxes?