I gave into peer pressure (okay I really wanted the Kate Spade "Out to Lunch" tote), and signed up for Fab Fit Fun to see what all of the fuss was about. I'm holding off on reviewing the process as a whole until I go through another round of customization as I've heard FFF prioritizes new customers over returning, so for now I'm going to review the products I received in my fall box.
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For those that may not know, Fab Fit Fun is a seasonal subscription box service that provides items in the categories of fitness, beauty, wellness and fashion. Boxes cost $49.99 each season when you sign up as a "seasonal member" or $44.99 when you sign up as annual and pay $179.99 up front.
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Fab Fit Fun Fall 2019 Box Product Reviews
I received 8 items in my fall box ranging from a yoga mat, the aforementioned lunch tote, hair products and skin products. Out of the 8 items, there is only 1 item I have not interest in or need for. That's a pretty good ratio if you ask me!
Anthropologie Travel Yoga Mat
I've never owned a yoga mat before and I have high hopes of getting into a fitness routine and while I may not do yoga, I will need a fitness mat. This seems like it will get the job done (also, retail value is $50. The entire cost of the box!)
Kate Spade Out to Lunch Tote
This tote is super cute! It isn't very large but you can fit a sandwich, a ziplock bag of snacks and some fruit (maybe a juice box). You cannot fit a full size water bottle and depending on how many things you're trying to put in it you probably won't be able to fit an ice pack either.
Aveda Damage Ready Daily Hair Repair
I dry and straighten my hair often and because of this I often have dry ends, this is a product I never knew I needed until I started using it. I've definitely seen a change in the texture and the softness of my hair.
Harper + Ari Exfoliating Sugar Cubes
The sugar cubes smell amazing and it isn't something I use every time I take a shower but it is something I'll use if I think I'm going to have more than 10 minutes to just wash my hair and rinse off. Full disclosure, when I first opened the box I thought this was a snack!
Human + Kind Body Soufflé
This a great lotion. I'm not sure what classifies it as a body soufflé over a body lotion but it is super creamy and smells great. It doesn't leave me feeling oily or slippery, I feel it really soaks into my skin.
The Better Skin Co. Lava Magik
The lava mask is great, I've never routinely used any kind of exfoliating mask before and I'm really liking my results. It doesn't leave my skin irritated and it hasn't caused me to breakout which is always a concern for me because I have pretty sensitive skin.
Skin & Co. Roma Truffle Therapy Face Toner
To be honest, I'm not really sure what a toner is supposed to do but I feel it must be doing something because even on days that I use the lava mask I'll take a cotton ball dipped in it and it still removes dirt I didn't expect to be there.
treStiQue Mini Eye Essentials
This is the product I'm least excited about and least interested in. While I wear eyeliner I do not draw on my eyebrows and I'm not a fan of eye shadow crayons, I prefer to brush my shadow on. So, this box has remained unopened.
After all is said and done, according to Fab Fit Fun, this box had a value of $254.00.
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