In this month's box I received -
The packaging was a little spray bottle. I've used it pretty generously twice and there's plenty left. At least 2 or 3 more times. There's a "salon" scent when spraying but it seems to fade pretty quick or at least isn't overwhelming. I can still smell the scent of my shampoo and conditioner. With each use my hair feels very soft and styles very well. It's $32 for 200ml but depending on how long the sample size lasts it may be worth the splurge.
The packaging was a little squeeze tube. A little goes a long way so the tube itself will probably last as long as 2 weeks. The color works well with my skin tone and the product seems to control shine pretty well. I can't tell how well it fixes my skin because a) it was looking pretty good before I started using this and b) I've only used it twice. The fragrance is very strong when applying and kind of a heavy pine-y scent. Luckily it fades almost instantly or it would be unwearable. It's $39 for 1.7oz which would probably last quite awhile. I'll have to go back to my old drugstore BB cream before I can tell if this is worth the purchase.
The packaging is 2 sizable foil packets. I could easily get 2 uses out of each package. The packet opens easily without sending product everywhere. This is a good self tanning lotion and the color is very natural. At $18 for 8oz the price is a little steep but not impossibly so. I probably won't buy this because I just don't use self-tanning lotion.
The packaging was a really cute glass bottle that is a miniature of what you would get the full size product in. It does seem to even and brighten my complexion a bit. It does have a fragrance but it's nice and clean and isn't too overwhelming when the lotion is on. It is $28 for 1.7oz which is steep but also not unreasonable for a high quality moisturizer. It's a toss up between this and the Prep & Protect spray for what I would buy from this box.
I got these in white and love the pattern on them. I normally don't use bobby pins but these are thick and heavy duty enough that I might attempt them. They're more the width of a barrette than a bobby pin so more of an accessory than a tool. It's $5 for a set of 6 so if I do end up using them I'll definitely buy a set.
All in all 5 good size products - 2 I really like, 2 I do like but probably won't buy and 1 that I normally don't use but am now interested in trying. I'd only heard of 1 of these brands before (Benefit) so it was fun discovering new brands. I love that you get 10 points per review for reviewing the products you received. For every 100 points you get a $10 credit. So 10 points for buying the box, and then 50 points for reviews makes it a incentive program that you actually get something out of.