Tuesday, March 29, 2016

March 2016 - Bath Time Box Review

Bath Time Box is a Canadian bath subscription box (started right here in Alberta - yay!!!). Bath Time Box focuses on products to help you rediscover bath time - I love baths so this box is right up my alley!

Bath Time Box is described as: 

"Designed and curated with the Bath lover in mind, each Bath Time Box contains 5 full and deluxe sample sized bath products carefully chosen to take your bath time to the next level.  Each box is carefully chosen with a focus on Natural and Handcrafted products. 
Delivered to you monthly, each box will hold an assortment of luxurious milk baths, scintillating bubble baths, invigorating scrubs, nourishing lotions and so much more."

Bath Time Box is $29.00 monthly + free shipping. (If you sign up for 3 months, it is $85, and 12 months is $335 + free shipping).

Also, if you are interested in purchasing items that you see in box, you can go the Bath Time Box store: www.bathtimestore.com 

The box ships on the 21st or 22nd of every month - it ships quickly and arrives in a few days! 
Here is a look at the March 2016 Bath Time Box:

They always ship in a neatly packaged box and include a detailed full page product description to explain all the products included in the box. 




This month looks like it has a great mix of products - I love when I see skincare in Bath Time Box (their Rose toner is my holy grail!) Here is a closer look at all the goodies inside:

Flower Garden Bath Bomb ~ $5.00. Our super-duper bath bomb in a glorious flower garden scent. Soak in the tub and dream of blooming flowers. 

This sounds perfect for Spring - the little heart is so cute! I love floral scents so I will be using this one right away! 

Free n Clear - Cold Process Soap ~ $7.50. Oh how I love this soap! The unscented bar features Activated Charcoal, Australian Pink Clay and White Kaolin Clay all in a bar chock full of yummy oils and butters such as cocoa butter, shea butter, avocado oil, grapeseed oil, olive oil, sweet almond oil and much more. This soap is gentle enough for faces and those with sensitive skin. 

If you guys have seen any past Bath Time Box reviews or product empties (or some of my favorites for that matter) then you know I LOVE these soaps - they are all amazing and are so good for the skin! Seriously, I hardly use anything else now! I have purchased quite a few different kinds as I have been very happy with them! 



Blissful Body - Rhassoul and Sea Salt Dry Scrub ~ $8.50. It is time to kiss that winter skin goodbye! Hop in the shower with this multi-level exfoliator and savor the nourishment. This scrub features skin softening Baking Soda, combined with Rhassoul Clay, Sea Salts, Dentricic Salts, Poppyseeds and Silk Amino Acids.

One of my recent tips for transitioning skin from Winter to Spring was exfoliate! And, don't forget your body! This is the perfect product for working away that dry skin - I have a dry foot scrub still from Bath Time Box and it is sooo good, so I know this will be as well!



Blissful Eye - Firming Under Eye Cream ~ 0.33 oz for $7.50. This super gentle eye cream is specially formulated to be firming as well as help reduce the appearance of those pesky fine lines. Featuring green tea, aloe, chamomile, silk peptides, calendula and further enhanced with carrot seed, geranium, and bergamont essential oils. 

I have to say, I have tried a lot of eye creams in the past and have never found myself really wowed or super impressed with most. I am really excited to try this eye cream as I said at the beginning of the post, I have been beyond impressed with the skincare products I have received in Bath Time Box (I have repurchased multiple items, they are so good!) This has a nice creamy texture as opposed to some eye creams that are gel or oily in texture. I like the consistency and it absorbs well! 

Blissful Face - Rejuvenating Facial Serum ~ $19.50. This FULL SIZE serum is simply amazing. It features Pumpkin Seed, Pomegranate and Rose Hip Oil as well as a special blend of bergamont, lemon, and pink grapefruit essential oils. Topped off with nourishing Vitamin E, this serum is facial bliss. A tiny bit goes a long way though. Best if used before bed. 

I am pumped for more skincare - I use facial serums like it is going out of style! I like to have a few on hand at all times to have options and target different skincare needs. This one is great and I know a lot of care and attention goes in to creating a top notch skincare product to be included. This smells AMAZING - like pumpkin seeds, but very lightly so it's not overpowering (it's from the oils) and at first test, I'm really liking it! I am going to use the serum for a little bit and write a review about it! 

Bath Time Box came with 5 items and a total value of $48. This is a good value and as usual, is consistent with the value of all the past boxes! This box (as always) had a great mix of products and I am excited to use everything! 

Bath Time Box continues to impress me with their monthly boxes - there is a great variety within each box as well as month to month is the subscription. There is always new and original products to try - I love that they are always coming up with something new! I'm impressed with seeing all the skincare items in addition to bath items as it shows a really diversity of products and they are always high quality! 


You can view my past Bath Time Box reviews here, and if you are interested in signing up, you can go to the website here: http://bathtimebox.com 

Have you tried Bath Time Box yet? What do you think of the products in the March box?


This box was sent in exchange for an honest review - all opinions are my own

2 comments :

  1. I think I'm going to sign up for this one soon! Do you have a referral link? And do you know if its USD or Canadian?!

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    1. Yes - the products are always so good! It is in US $$ (just because of the base website they use), so not the best, but at least our dollar is on the upswing! No referral link, but thanks for asking!!

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