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The latest September box to arrive was my NewBeauty TestTube which appeared yesterday! I can’t believe how quickly these September boxes have been rolling in considering that it’s still August and all.
If you aren’t familiar, TestTube is an exclusive, one-of-a-kind sampling program that enables members the opportunity to try a variety of the latest breakthrough beauty products before investing in them, and then share their feedback about the products. Six times a year, for just $29.95 (plus shipping and handling), subscribers receive a TestTube filled with deluxe and full-size products from the hottest beauty brands. Members will also receive a subscription to NewBeauty magazine, delivered quarterly. I should note that this is different than QVC New Beauty Test Tube, which is a quarterly subscription.
NewBeauty TestTube ships via FedEx Smart Post and took the standard Smart Post week to arrive.
This month’s “tube” wasn’t actually a tube at all. There was a note in there that indicated that the products this month didn’t fit in a tube, but not to worry because the tube would be back for the November shipment.
The NewBeauty TestTube information card is one of my favorites out there. It’s got tons of product information, prices and also details on where to buy it all! Here is what my September 2014 NewBeauty TestTube included:
~It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product ($10): This product is really suppose to do miracles on your hair! I sprayed it in my hair briefly and it for sure made it smoother and shinier, but I haven’t been using it long enough to see if it will fix split ends, prevent breakage and help maintain my color like it also promises.
~Equitance Brightening Collection ($37): At first I wasn’t so sure how I felt about getting so many products from the same brand, but after thinking about it some more, I am happy. This is suppose to to revitalize and brighten skin and you need the entire set to make it work like it’s suppose to, so I will give it few weeks and then form opinions on it.
~Eau Thermale Avene ($3.99): This is pretty much just water in a can, but I like it for hot days when you are out and about. It’s also suppose to work well with injuries (and diaper rash), so I may have to try that with the kids!
~Miracle 10 Cosmetics Aha Gentle Exfoliating Cream ($12.80): This cream is suppose to reduce the look of dry skin, reduce the signs of aging and promote a “glowing, even appearance”. I can’t tell if it does any of that after just one use, but it made my skin feel nice!
~Molten Brown Pink Pepperpod Nourishing Body Lotion ($13.86): Love love love! I believe that some subscribers got a different brand in place of this lotion, but I am thrilled with the Molten Brown. It’s certainly something I don’t buy on my own because it’s so spendy, but I love it. This scent is fabulous and I can’t wait to use it all up.
~Lumene BB Serum (Samples): This stuff is fabulous! It does everything a BB cream does, except it doesn’t have any color to it. I may have to get the full size of this.
~Your Best Friend Automatic Eyebrow Pencil ($12): This could end up in the trade pile. I don’t use an eyebrow pencil so I will pass it on to a friend or trade it for something I do use.
All totaled I came up with a value of $89.65 for the September 2014 NewBeauty TestTube. This one still doesn’t compete with that first one I received back in March, but I am satisfied and will be keeping my subscription for sure!
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