Goodbeing is a monthly subscription that sends out 4-5 personalized and expertly curated health, beauty, and natural wellness products. The value of each box is always above $45+.
*Disclosure: Goodbeing kindly sent me this box for review purposes. However, all opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine. Post may contain affiliate/referral links.
Beauty Box & Lifestyle Box – $24.95/monthly respectively.
- 4-5 items per month, a mix of sizes that may include a full size and/or travel sizes (good for 5-10 uses) and deluxe samples.
- Average Value: $45-$65. Will vary month to month and member to member.
- Pick Your Product – Choose 1-2 items for your box from a selection of products each month.
*This review is for the Standard Goodbeing Lifestyle Box.
Everything in my box this month! Love the positivity that shines through Goodbeing boxes. 🙂
I am also a huge fan of the individual information cards pertaining to each product inside your box. Certainly adds a more personalized touch, IMHO. 🙂
Let’s check out the products closely.
Lauren B. Beauty Nail Enamel in Vintage On Vine (.5 oz) – $18.00
I have received quite a few shades in the past of the Lauren B. Beauty Nail Enamels, and I am definitely a fan of the quality. It is quick-drying, chip resistant, long-lasting with a mirror-like finish. The brush is also packed with twice the standard amount of bristles, pre-lacquered, so the polish glides on smoothly and streak-free!
So in love with this shade “Vintage On Vine” – a true creamy mauve that wavers between dusky purple and vintage taupe!
Brown sugar is hands-down one of the best natural exfoliants that I rely on quite a bit. So I was delighted to come across this body polish by Pangea Organics as it also contains organic cocoa and shea butters to deeply condition the skin along with exfoliating!
However, this is the full size which I believe is a bit on the smaller end, however exfoliating is probably best done once a week, so it can still last you for a couple months. 🙂
Being in my early 30s, I have gotten on the bandwagon of taking care of my skin religiously! And the skin around the eyes is usually the first one to go, so it requires more of a sensitive and effective approach to deal with. What I loved about this eye cream by Delia Organics is that it is all-natural, and contains Vitamin C, E, Avocado oil and grapeseed oil.
It has a gel-like texture with a slight cooling sensation that aids in taking away puffiness and inflammation. It is also super lightweight so you can control how much hydration you need in the area. Definitely my new favorite eye treatment!
Gia Minerals Setting Veil (3g) – $9.60
Call me lazy but I do not usually opt for setting veils after applying foundation, however, I probably should! This is a lightweight mineral setting powder that helps with oil absorption and softening the complexion.
I do find loose powders a bit on the messy side, however, I loved using it to set my concealer, as it instantly gave a more “set” look. 🙂
This one is a new concept for me. Never knew pimple patches existed! Where was this when I was battling terrible acne in my 20s. Gah. 😉 But I am super glad to come across it now. These adhesive patches are drug-free and made from hydrocolloid that works by absorbing pus and oil from your blemish. Can’t wait to use this for the occasional breakouts that pop up randomly!
Another favorite month of mine by Goodbeing! I know that I’ll be using pretty much all of these organic and natural beauty and skincare goodies. The overall value this month was a whopping $85 – basically you just can’t go wrong with Goodbeing, especially if you are on a hunt for natural and healthy skincare and beauty products. For only $24.95 monthly + FREE shipping, this one always offers a fabulous value! :)
Are you a natural beauty product junkie? What is one of your favorite brands – share your comments below. 🙂