White Willow Box Review – April 2017


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White Willow Box Review - April 2017White Willow Box is a bi-monthly Canadian based lifestyle subscription box. Each box will contain four to five sample / full-sized products ranging from: beauty and personal care products, fashion accessories, home decor accents, culinary delights, technology gadgets and other lifestyle surprises.  The box is $58.45 CAD shipped within Canada or $69.45 CAD shipped to the States.  With the current exchange rate, it works out to about $52 USD (shipped to the US).  I want to mention that White Willow Box recently switched from a monthly to a bi-monthly subscription and increased their prices from $35/month to $49.95/month. October was the first box to reflect this change.

White Willow Box
Cost: $49.95/bi-monthly (CAD).
Ships To: Canada ($8.50 CAD/month). United States ($19.50CAD/month).
Coupon Code: N/A

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

White Willow Box ships from Canada and took about a week to arrive.  It ships directly from Canada and must clear customs, so it may take a few weeks, or it could just take a few days for your box to arrive.

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

I love opening this box up!

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

The April 2017 White Willow Box included the following items:

~White and Metallic Gold Ceramic Vase/Pot ($5.28): I needed this, but I didn’t know it until it arrived. It’s small and short (it’s a tad larger than a rocks glass), and I think it will be great with a small plant in it.  I am thinking a little cactus maybe?  I know they sell those small ones at Home Depot, so next time I am there with B (which is quite often), I’ll pick one up.

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

 

~All Natural Morning Dew Moisturizer by Gardner’s Dream ($20.10): This is great for the body, but gentle enough for the face.  It’s free of parabens but full of wild crafted essential oils such as Sweet Orange, Lavender, Geranium, Palmarosa, Carrot Seed and Jojoba.  I am going to stick with it as a body moisturizer, but I appreciate that it can be used as either.

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

 

~Almond Crunchetti by Brockmann’s Chocolates ($5.28): These are crunchy, roasted almonds and rice crisps covered in creamy milk chocolate.  And yes, they are just as delicious as they sound.  SO GOOD!  I bet they’d be good even without the almonds.

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

 

~Striped Spring Scarf (Mint or Blue) ($21.13): Subscribers will receive this in either mint or blue.  I received the mint.  It’s a light gauzy scarf, so it’s perfect for Spring and Summer.

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

 

~BeYOUtiful: Daytime Facial Serum by Red Lemon Natural Living ($16.60): This serum is designed to protect and fight against free-radical damage.  It’s hydrating and doesn’t clog pores.  It wasn’t oily and didn’t leave my feeling (or looking) greasy.

White Willow Box Review - April 2017

All totaled the April 2017 White Willow Box had a value of $68.39.  White Willow Box never has a jaw-dropping value, but they put together a solid box full of stuff that’s “me”!  I also like that they are bi-monthly instead of monthly now.  Makes it feel like more of a treat ;).

What do you think of White Willow?  If you are interested in subscribing or want to learn more, you can check them out here.


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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