Things I’m Loving *Subscription Boxes

Things I’m Loving! Here are some of my favorite Health & Beauty subscription boxes. I don’t always do year-long subscriptions to some boxes but these are the must-haves. You can always count on them to deliver awesome quality that can be put to use right away or will make a great gift. Let’s not forget the holidays are right around the corner.

At Curateur there is a pop up for $25.00 off your first box and a free gift. There is a great offer from CauseBox and I’ll talk about them first. 


From clean beauty standouts to sustainable swaps, the Fall Box has a little of everything: 4 options to customize, 6 sustainable, ethical, full-size products worth over $250, one beautifully illustrated box. Yep, all that for just $49.95.*

*For a limited time, new members who join thru my link with get a free PMD    Microderm, a $159.00 value as a gift.*

I’ve been an annual member of CauseBox for three years and can say without a doubt have never received a disappointing box. They are women-owned, YEAH, they are committed to helping other women get out of poverty by working with artisans from around the world. Each month quarter CauseBox will send you a box packed full of items you need, some you even get to customize and the value is over $250 for the quarterly price $49.95. CauseBox is one of the things I’m loving! One of the items I received in the Fall box was a comfy cotton waffle robe. 

Laurel & Reed

Laurel & Reed was created out of our founder’s journey to live a more organic and healthy lifestyle after she found out her father was battling cancer. Through his battle and into his remission, she chose to shift to a pure, clean, and all-natural lifestyle – knowing the harmful effects toxic beauty has on a women’s skin and health.*

Laurel Reed is clean beauty at it’s finest in a monthly subscription box for just $49.95. I can trust Laural & Reed to offer three to four full-size products of the highest quality at a fraction of the retail value. I don’t buy every month because they offer such great products that fit my need that I don’t need them every month. I’ve been a regular customer for three years and they always exceed my expectations.   


CURATEUR delivers coveted name-brand fashion, beauty, and home essentials right to your door every season. Plus, it unlocks year-round access to our members-only Shoppe, and other exclusive benefits. All items are Rachel Zoe approved and offered at exclusive prices.* I have seen a pop up for $25.00 off your first box along with a free gift. 

Curateur is the most luxurious quarterly subscription box I buy. It’s a fashion-oriented box with a splash of clean beauty and skincare. This is another great woman-owned business. I’m have received two boxes and WOW, you get so much luxury for only $99.99 per quarter. The Fall box is valued at over $700.00 retail. I am counting the days until my box ships. The Curator Fall box has a beautiful large Burgandy vegan tote bag, Eddie Burgo Supra Link Neck and matching Earings, two beauty, and skincare items, a marine collagen gel, and a highlighter. You had a choice of the matching earrings or a pair of Le Specs Neptune sunglasses, I chose the earrings. As you can tell, this is a subscription box at the top of my things I’m loving list.  

Kinder Beauty

Get up to $165 worth of clean, vegan & cruelty-free skincare, makeup, hair-care, and accessories, including at least two full-sized products. Vegan and cruelty-free makeup, skincare, hair-care, and accessories, curated with kindness and delivered to your door each month!*

Kinder Beauty is all things clean beauty for only $25 per month. I will likely renew at the end of the term. This past month received several items and fell in love with the silky face mask. They have great customer support and interesting weekly emails. 

Remember to treat yourself once in a while, indulging in self-care products is good for your mental health. “Self-care is not selfish.” I work hard to remember that saying. You don’t have to buy a subscription box to indulge in self-care, just buying one item that takes you away from the daily stressors for a few minutes is good self-care. 

Thank you for all the comments on my post last week, Things I’m Loving *Chronic Illness LIst #2. I’ve enjoyed hearing from you and exchanging ideas with you. 

In Health, 




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