Thursday, April 21, 2016

Bath Time Box Review, March 2016 + 15% Discount Code!

Why do the most amazing bath and body products come from Canada? My trips up north over the years have resulted in unexpected hauls of decadent bath products every time. Not surprisingly, the arrival of Bath Time Box (from the province of Alberta) brings on a little happy dance around here every month! I have subscribed to this box for a full year now and the variety and quality of the products consistently impresses me.

Each Bath Time Box contains five mostly full size natural and/or handcrafted products. The cost is $29 on a month to month basis, $85 if you pay for three months in advance and $335 if you pay for a year in advance.  Honestly, this is a subscription you might want to consider pre-paying for. You're going to love what you get and the quality is there month after month so the longer term discounts are a good bet.

My Bath Time Boxes usually get here the last day or two of the month or during the first couple of days of the following month.  March's box actually arrived on April 2nd. The boxes have been downsized for shipping efficiency over the past year but they contain the same amount of products. Here's a first look at the contents:

A product page tells about each item and has a little article about achieving the perfect facial serum.  On the back is a reminder that the code BTB10 will get a 10% discount off any purchase at the Bath Time Store, a site definitely worth checking out.

I believe every Bath Time Box includes a cold process soap, something I really enjoy getting. This month the soap is Free n Clear, an unscented bar that contains activated charcoal, Australian pink clay and white kaolin clay plus cocoa butter, shea butter, avocado oil, grapeseed oil, olive oil and sweet almond oil. I told you these products are decadent!

Blissful Face is the facial serum discussed on the product page.  This "facial bliss" goes on at bedtime and contains a base of pumpkin seed oil with rosehip and pomegranate oils as well as Vitamin E and a blend of bergamot, lemon and pink grapefruit essential oils.  I noticed that it has a pretty strong smell so a tiny bit goes a long ways towards nourishing and hydrating skin. The pump spray mechanism really helps control the amount dispensed.

Under eye creams are my favorite product to receive in any box! Blissful Eye is a firming under eye cream which also helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines. This does have an unusually firm texture for an eye cream but goes on very smoothly. There's enough in this little pot to last me a very long time.

How can you not love this big pink heart-shaped bath bomb?  It's called the "Flower Garden Bath Bomb" and is said to be super-foaming with a beautiful floral scent.

Last is a container of Blissful Body Rhassoul and Sea Salt Dry Scrub. The label says this is a 1 oz. container but I could tell immediately it holds more than that.  It actually weighs a little over 4 ozs.  This is a skin exfoliator that you apply to damp skin for softening and nourishing.

As always, Bath Time Box really delivered with the March box.  I use or gift every single thing in these boxes; nothing ever goes to waste.  If you're a bath and beauty product connoisseur, you can't help but appreciate the quality and variety of products that Bath Time Box sends month after month!

Get 15% off a three month subscription using the code SUN15 which reduces the price from $85 to $72.25.  Shipping is free and subscriptions auto renew. 

As you can see, there is a lot of BLISS in this month's box! Bet you can guess where I'm headed right now.


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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