Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Bath Time Box Review, April 2015 + 10%, 15% & 20% Discount Codes!

It hasn't escaped my notice over the years that Canada is a great place to find luxurious bath products. Our northern neighbors seem to have a real talent for coming up with unique and elegant ways to please bath connoisseurs.  So I am not surprised that Bath Time Box has turned out to be one of my favorite sub boxes.  The focus is on natural and handcrafted products and they typically send five or six generous sample sizes.      

Bath Time Boxes travel about 2,100 miles to reach me!  That means a lot of time en route and the weary traveler showed signs of stress when I picked it up at my post office yesterday.  I was a bit worried when I saw the condition of the April box.

More stress was evident when I opened the box.  So far, all three of my Bath Time Boxes have had a somewhat disheveled appearance when first opened.  

There was a little bath powder spilled in the box and the packaging of one item was slightly damaged but overall, everything survived the long journey.  The box contains five bath products and one fun surprise item.

The information card is basic but tells a little about each item and its value.  

This package contains about 5 oz. of a foaming milk bath.  The amount of product barely comes up to the bottom of the window in the package which is a little disappointing; seems like it should have been packaged in something smaller.  This smells wonderful but as there are no details about the scent, I can't identify the components.  There is enough here for two, maybe three, baths if you stretch it.

This little pot contains a Revitalizing Clay Mask.  Again, there's not much information except that it's a blend of clays and oils.  Apply it to your face, wait 10 minutes, then rinse off. This came with a little wooden spatula attached with Washi tape to the lid.  That apparently tore off during the long trip but no harm done.

Grapefruit is a favorite scent of mine for bath products so I was happy to see this container of Whipped Sugar Scrub which contains grapefruit essential oil.  This is great for hydrating dry skin and just general pampering.  There is a generous amount here which should last a while.

When I first opened the April box, a lovely lemony scent emerged.  The responsible product is this adorable Lemon Poppyseed soap which is molded to look like a tiny little yellow Bundt cake.  It smells exactly like lemon poppyseed bread; a very scrumptious and decadent scent.  This is a goat milk soap and the poppyseeds act as exfoliators. This may be my favorite Bath Time Box product so far!

The final bath product is a polka dotted cellophane package containing Happy Goat Tub Tea.  This is a big tea bag that contains goat's milk, cocoa butter and Himalayan pink salts blended with lavender.  You drop it in the bath water, give it a few squeezes and enjoy a relaxing luxury bath.

There is a surprise in this box, this very cute "Spring Has Sprung" wine stopper.  It's a chartreuse color with a plastic butterfly on top.  I think the stopper itself is made of rubber.  Really unique and fun addition to this box!

Considering the drop-kicked appearance of the April Bath Time Box, I was most relieved to see that all the items were unharmed.  The variety and quality of items in these boxes has been a pure delight so far and I'm looking forward to trying everything.

For subscription details, see my February review.  Use code MARCH20 to get a 20% discount on your first box.  LAUNCH10 will get you a 10% discount on any subscription.  The code APRIL15 will get 15% off a three month subscription.

In addition to the monthly subscription box, you can also find all of these products individually at the Bath Time Store.  Use code BTB10 to receive 10% off your order.

I believe the April box was Bath Time Box's third box.  So far, I've been really pleased with this subscription and can't wait to see what comes next!


Disclosure:  Views and opinions expressed in this blog are strictly my own.  Product discussed in this post was purchased by Lone Star Shopper. Post does not contain referral or affiliate links.

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