Saturday, January 25, 2020

FabFitFun Winter Editor's Box 2020 Review and 40% off Coupon

I signed back up for FabFitFun because I wanted to get the Winter 2020 box, but I signed up too late and ended up getting the Winter Editor's box instead. It still had some fun items inside, though!

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FabFitFun sends a box of lifestyle items worth $200+ every quarter for $49.99. Every item is full-sized and you can customize which items you receive. Membership also includes members-only sales, FabFitFun TV content, and access to the subscriber community.

Each box contains eight to 10 items and you can choose what you receive (or be surprised). Seasonal members can choose items from three categories, and annual subscribers can choose from all of the categories. Annual membership is $179.99 per year. Shipping is free with all subscription options.

This is a review of the 2020 Winter Editor's Box. The Editor's Box is for people who begin their membership in between seasons when the current box is sold out (hence, why I received this box and not the Winter Box). It's filled with items picked by the FabFitFun editors.

I have to admit I was a little bummed when I realized I had subscribed with an Editor's Box, as some of the items in the Winter Box were really what I wanted but were no longer available. That being said, this is still a pretty good box and I'm happy with what I received!

My box had nine items from eight brands. Here's what was inside:

  • Stone Cold Fox Hard Back Notebook ($30): I know journals are trendy right now, but I can't imagine spending $30 on one. This has a pretty floral pattern and lined pages inside,'s just a notebook? I'll definitely use it for journaling, I'm just amazed by the retail price.
  • Winky Lux Mini Latte Kitten Palette ($20): This palette is so cute! The shades are coffee scented and have warm, beautiful colors. This is one of the items I chose for myself.

These shades are exactly what I love in a palette! This is perfect for travel, too, due to the small size. I also love the kitten motif.

  • Giadzy Copper Plated Measuring Spoons ($16): These are from Giada De Laurentiis's collection and, while it isn't the most exciting item, I do cook a lot so these will come in handy.
  • Mighty Patch Invisible by Hero Cosmetics ($18): I've seen acne patches like these in other subscriptions but have never tried them, so I'm curious to see how these work. Unfortunately adult acne is still a thing I have to deal with, so I'm sure I'll get the chance to use them sooner or later.
  •  Grown Alchemist Bundle ($63): This bundle contains the Deep Cleansing Facial Masque and Vanilla and Orange Peel Hand Cream. I chose this bundle because both items are perfect for my routine. I have dry, cracked hands all throughout winter and oily facial skin. I haven't tried the mask yet, but the hand cream smells lovely and provides deep moisturization.
  •  Rene Furterer Karite Hydra Hydrating Shine Mask ($36): I thought this was a face mask at first but it's for your hair. It's infused with shea oil for optimal hydration and smooth locks. I have a few other moisture masks to get through so I'm going to wait to open this, but I will definitely put it to good use.
  • Victorialand Beauty Skin-Loving Treatment for Eyes and Lips ($55): Whoa, this is another item with a hefty price tag! It's a cream for the delicate skin around your eyes and lips (not for application on lips). I've used it a few times so far and it does feel quite luxurious and soothing. I chose this item because it was the best option out of the three I was given by FabFitFun.

  •  Summer & Rose Rosie Snakeskin Tote Bag ($58): This was the third item that I got to choose for myself, and I went with a handbag because, well, I love bags! This one has sturdy faux snakeskin with an interior pocket. It's well made and I think I'll put it to better use during the warmer months when I'm out and about.
I'm happy with my Winter Editor's Box, even though I really wanted the Winter Box. The total retail value of everything I received is $296.
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Bottom Line: FabFitFun is probably my favorite quarterly box! They send a good variety of high quality items, and I like that you can choose some of the items. I might upgrade to an annual membership so I can choose everything in my box.

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