You probably know about GlossyBox's subscriptions service, but they have other boxes to offer as well. This month, GlossyBox and Rituals teamed up for a five-piece collection. The limited-edition set has five full-sized products that, according to the brand, are inspired by the philosophies and traditions of the East. Is GlossyBox's Ritual of Sakura Limited Edition Box worth it, you ask? It depends on what kind of products you're looking for.
I've purchased GlossyBox's in the past, and have loved every single one. Their beauty picks are always great and they offer incredible sample products, but their collaboration boxes are even better. Instead of signing up for the monthly subscription service, you can buy the limited-edition sets on their own. This month's is a collaboration with Rituals, an all-natural skincare brand. To say that it's great is an understatement.
If you're looking for a luxurious shower items, then this is the set for you. For $30, you get five full-sized Rituals products — body cream, shower oil, shower scrub, bed & body mist, and hand balm. All are all-natural products and the scent is Japanese Cherry Blossom. The box will be available on Feb. 28 at 9 a.m. ET on the GlossyBox site.
My personal favorite products were the shower items. Besides the scent being absolutely wonderful, they made my skin feel great. The Shower Oil and Softening Rice Scrub are more like at-home spa items. They're perfect for relaxing at the end or beginning of the week.
The lotions were equally spa-like and soothing. I've already used up the entire Body Lotion, since I loved the scent and feel so much. The product leaves skin soft, but don't look for too much heavy moisture. It's perfect for times when you want a little hydration boost with a luxurious scent.
Last but definitely not least was the bed and body spray. This scent is so nice to fall asleep to, not to mention that it's all natural. If you're looking for products that make you feel relaxed and luxurious, this is definitely the box for you. IMO, these items are definitely worth it, especially since you're spending $30 for an $80 value.